Cyber{In}Security in Geopolitics

Security Network Munich presents in the TALKING HEADS series:

Prof. Motohiro Tsuchiya, Keio University Tokyo
to discuss Cyber{In}Security in Geopolitics

In cooperation with the Consulate General of Japan, Munich
22 January 2021, 12:15 - 13:00 CET (20:15 - 21:00 JST)

22 January 2021, 12:15 – 13:00 CET (20:15 – 21:00 JST)
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Your Security Network Munich team

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Recent events around infiltrated software by the maker of Network Management Systems Solarwind show the magnitude and vulnerability of critical information and control systems practically in all sectors. The complexity and professional quality of this infiltration show the determination and resolve of the adversaries to conduct such an orchestrated and complex operation.

For a number of years Prof. Tsuchiya of Keio University in Japan studies and analyses the geopolitical forces and interests in applying cybertechnologies for political purposes against other countries. He hast published several books and articles on this subject. We are thrilled and pleased to have him as our guest in our series TALKING HEADS where he will give an overview of the latest developments in the geopolitical cyber arena.

Motohiro Tsuchiya

Dr. Motohiro Tsuchiya is dean and professor of Faculty of Policy Management at Keio University in Japan. He is also serving as guest editorialist of Nikkei since April 2019. He is a member of Space Security Division of the Committee on National Space Policy at the Cabinet Office. He authored Intelligence and National Security (Tokyo: Keio University Press, 2007, in Japanese), Cyber Terror (Tokyo: Bungeishunju, 2012, in Japanese), Cyber Security and International Relations (Tokyo: Chikura Shobo, 2015, in Japanese) and co-authored Cybersecurity: Public Sector Threats and Responses (Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2012) and 30 other books. He earned his BA in political science, MA in international relations, and Ph.D. in media and governance from Keio University. He received 15th Nakasone Yasuhiro Award in 2019.

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