Panel: Cooperation between politics, industry and science
Today's cybercrime has become successful through the division of labor, specialization, and innovative business models. We know that attackers dynamically collaborate to share information about victims, tools, and techniques. To survive in this competition, we as defenders must also work together to share human and material resources and knowledge. Together we are stronger, yet cybersecurity collaboration between policymakers, industry, and academia is rare in practice. In this program block, with representatives from these fields, we ask why? What are the barriers, how can collaboration succeed, and what potential needs to be leveraged?