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ENAM delegates gathered in Vilnius to discuss cyber security challenges

The 7th European Network of American Alumni Associations (ENAM) conference "The Borderline Between CyberSecurity and Individual Freedoms" addressed ways to tackle newest security challenges and ideas on how to make cyberspace resilient for businesses, individuals and governments across borders.“There is no security without freedom“, the European Data Protection Supervisor Giovanni Buttarelli said, also emphasizing that EU should open a new chapter for date protection. According  to him, to see rights to privacy and data protection as conflicting is a misperception.



Buttarelli discussed the most recent legal developments related to cyber security in the EU. He emphasized that in the future sectors like banking and health will see an increase in politically motivated attacks which will be more complex and more frequent, thus creating more chalenges for legislation, too.   Internet of things will be another contributing factor, Buttarelli added. U.S. State Department Special Advisor for Privacy and Technology Laura Ballard compared the internet to other technological revolutions, including when the telegraph was invented, and said that the new aspects of the current revolution are anonomity, the fact that private companies own very much of our data, as well as computer being a copying machine, able to produce endless copies of everything. “What happens online is an extension of what happens outside“, she says, while the US and EU have a shared commitment in overcoming cyber security challenges. In her view, the fact that the EU and US put different value in privacy comes from different legal systems rather than from not being able to find common grounds.

 Issues such as cyber threats in media, as well as people’s perception of privacy in cyberspace were also discussed. The weakest link in the cybersecurity debate is poeple, many have agreed. Therefore experts have emphasized that each individual should know what they are doing on the internet. That involves creating more complicated passwords for websites and social networks, kids teaching their parents and the elderly to use the internet safely, as well as each of us reading “terms and conditions” more thoroughly with every contract we sign.Around 200 professionals and leaders working in the fields of law, IT, finance and business along with academics, politicians and senior civil servants plus representatives of the European Network of American Alumni Associations attended the event.Her Excellency Dalia Grybauskaitė, President of the Republic of Lithuania, is the patron of the conference. The event was supported by the US Embassy.


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