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Kraków event Agenda

Panel 1: Obligations of States in Cyberspace

  1. States’ Duty of Due Diligence in Cyberspace
    Dr. Antonio Coco
    Dr. Talita de Souza Dias
    Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford

  2. Violations of Sovereignty: Towards a distinction as between non-interference and non-intervention?
    Ms. Aude Géry
    University of Rouen

  3. Clashing Assertions of Sovereignty in Cyberspace
    Dr. Henning Lahmann
    Digital Society Institute ESMT Berlin

Panel 2: International Humanitarian Law in Cyberspace

  1. The Applicability of Customary Neutrality Laws in Cyberspace
    Mr. Noam Neuman
    Director, Law of Armed Conflict Division, Office of the Deputy Attorney General (International Law), Ministry of Justice, Israel*

  2. The laws of neutrality in Cyber space: are we heading for a Cyber Alabama?
    Prof. Dr. Jan Lemnitzer
    Center for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark

  3.  ‘Objects’ 2.0? The Legal Status of Computer Data under International Humanitarian Law
    Mr. Ori Pomson
    Assistant Legal Adviser for Cyber Affairs, International Law Department, Military Advocate General’s Corps, Israel Defence Forces*

  4. The effects of cyber-attacks and the achievement of definite military advantage
    Dr. Piotr Łubiński
    Pedagogical University of Kraków

* The speakers present their papers in a personal capacity and their views do not necessarily reflect the views of the institutions they are affiliated with.

Panel 3: State Response Options to Cyber Operations

  1. Collective Countermeasures in Cyberspace – a (New) Rule of International Law?
    Ms. Isabella Brunner
    University of Vienna, Department of European, International and Comparative Law

  2. State responsibility in cyberspace: which role for the necessity defence?
    Dr. Federica Cristani
    Jean Monnet Visiting Lecturer at the V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine)

  3. Certain recurrent and emerging issues of applicable sanctions, countermeasures and self-help in relation to threats and attacks in cyberspace
    Prof. Dr. Csaba Törö
    Karoli Gaspar University of the Reformed Church in Hungary

Panel 4: What’s Next for International Law in Cyberspace?

  1. International law in Cyberspace: Are We Asking the Right Questions?
    Dr. François Delerue
    Institut de Recherche stratégique de l’École militaire

  2. The Authoritarian Turn of Global Cyber Order: The Return of the ‘S’ Word
    Prof. Dr. Chien-Huei Wu
    Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

  3. Blurred lines in defining the conduct of States in cyberspace. A critical analysis on the cyber sovereignty and impact over free access to information
    Dr. Carmen Moldovan
    Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi

  4. Blockchain, Monetary Sovereignty and the Paradigm Shift in Public International Law
    Dr. habil. Marcin Menkes
    Warsaw School of Economics