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Symposium:"Toward Industrialization of Cyber Security: Japan's Challenges and Implication from Israel"

Symposium:
Time 10:00-18:00, Monday, February 2nd. 2015
Place Soukairou Hall, GRIPS, (7-22-1,Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo)(access
Sponsorship SciREX Center, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
Language Japanese and English
Participation fees Free

Aim

 Cyber security is not only an issue of national security or crime control, but also an issue of business. It provide a platform for companies' daily operation, product performance and services. As autonomous driving technologies and remote control technology of home electronics have been developed, and as the age of "Internet of Things (IoT)," in which various products will be connected through the internet, is coming, cyber security technology will be crucial for almost all of the business sectors.

 Israel has been producing a lot of startups in the field of software technology and realizing innovation. Especially, because of situation surrounding the country, its system of research and development, and talents trained through military service, Israel has a great record in the field of cyber security technology. In addition, through collaboration with overseas countries, Israel now becomes one of the centers of global innovation network in the field of cyber security.

 In this symposium, speakers and panelists from government, business, and academia will discuss and share future vision of industrialization of cyber security. Learning from the experience of Israel, participants will discuss the future vision of convergence of the cyber security and other (traditional) sectors (e.g. automobile, electrical appliance, financial service, infrastructure, plant operation, and etc...) and the possibility of the collaboration between Japan and Israel.

Supported by

CORUNDUM INNOVATION Co.Ltd / Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting Co.,Ltd

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Tentative Program

Time Program
10:00-10:15
Opening Ceremony
Opening Remarks
-Atsushi Sunami, Professor and Advisor to the President, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Congratulatory Remarks
-Noa Asher, Minister-Trade and Economic Affairs, Head of Economic and Trade Mission, Embassy of Israel in Japan
10:15-12:00
Part I: Speech Session
"Challenges and Trends of Industrialization of Cyber Security in Japan and Israel"

<Speakers>
10:15-11:00 Satoru Tezuka,Professor, School of Computer Science, Tokyo University of Technology
Presentation Slides (1.5MB)
11:00-11:15 Kazuo Kyuma,Executive Member of Council for Science, Technology and Innovation, Cabinet Office, Japan
11:15-11:45 Eyal Balicer, Head of Research and Analysis, National Cyber Bureau, Prime Minister's Office, State of Israel
11:45-12:00 David Maman, Co-Founder & CTO, GreenSQL
12:00-13:00
Lunch Break (1h)
13:00-14:50
Part II: Panel Discussion Session:
"Vision and Strategy toward the Future Industrialization of Cyber Security in Japan"

<Panelists>
- Mineyuki Fukuda,Member of the House of Representatives; Chief Secretary, Special Mission Committee on IT Strategy, Liberal Democratic Party of Japan)
- Yasuhiko Taniwaki,Deputy Director-General, National Center of Incident Readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity (NISC), & Councilor, Cabinet Secretariat
- Hiroaki Nakanishi, Representative Executive Officer, Chairman & CEO,Hitachi, Ltd
Presentation Slides (1.5MB)
- Toshifumi Kokubun, Partner, Global Management Institute, Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting Co., Ltd.
- Satoru Tezuka,Professor, School of Computer Science, Tokyo University of Technology

<Moderator>
Atsushi Sunami, Professor and Advisor to the President, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
14:50-15:10
Break (20 min.)
15:10-18:00
Part III: Parallel Sessions:
"Challenges in the Automobile, IoT and Corporate IT Sector, and Implications from Israeli cases"

【Room A】Automobile and IoT ※Rooms will be informed on site
<Panelists>
- Tsukasa Ogino, Managing Director,Connected Consumer Device Security Council (CCDS, Gen. Inc. Assoc.)
Presentation Slides (1.5MB)
- Ofer Ben-Noon, CEO, Argus Cyber Security Ltd.
- Ilan Barda, Founder & CTO, RADiFlow
Presentation Slides (1.5MB)
- David Heller, General Partner, Vertex Venture Capital / General Partner, Corundum Open Innovation Ltd.
<Moderator>
Yasushi Yamamoto, Founder and CEO,CORUNDUM INNOVATION, Co. Ltd

【Room B】Corporate IT
- Masaya Norifusa, Chief Advanced Technologist (Cyber Security) National Security Solutions Division, NEC Corporation
Presentation Slides (1.5MB)
- Dan Dinnar, Vice President, CyberArk
- Roy Reznik, Co-Founder & Vice President of R&D, Adallom
- David Maman, Co-Founder & CTO, GreenSQL
<Moderator>
Kenji Takeda, CTO and Board Member, CORUNDUM INNOVATION, Co. Ltd
18:00
Closing

【information】 Meetings with the respective speakers from Israel

 On February 3rd(Tues) and 4th(Wed), meetings for exchange opinions between the respective speakers from Israel and Japanese companies will be arranged. If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an email to the CORUNDOM INNOVATION: infocorundum.bz (replace @ into a word in this address)



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