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Day 1

8:00 – 9:00Registration, welcome coffee
Moderator: Mambetalieva Tattu, PF CIIP
9:00 – 10.00Welcome speech

Sh. Sadikov -Minister, Ministry for the Development of Information Technology and Communications of the Uzbek Republic

Vahan Ovsepyan –  External Relations Officer RIPE NCC, Central Asia and the Caucasus

Hans-Ulrich Im – OSCE Office in Tashkent

Vladimir Zakharov – Advisor to the Secretariat of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)

Mikhail Komissarov – Deputy Chairman of the Information Committee of the Ministry of Information and Public Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

М.Dzhalalov -Acting Director of INHA University

10:00 – 12:00Plenary session: Internet governance to address the geographical limitations of Central Asia in the digital era

●      Multilateral Internet regulation to reduce time and space barriers to interactive access to regional and global markets

●      Data-oriented industries (data industry, “innovative agriculture”, “green” energy, distance economy, industry of meetings and tourism, digital healthcare, digital education, mobile industry, blockchain, e-Commerce, fact-checking) as competitive advantages of the region’s countries in the digital economy


Representative of Ministry for the Development of Information Technology and Communications of the Uzbek Republic

Ceren Unal – Regional Policy Manager-Europe, Internet Society Download

Kamila Amirzhan – JSC ZERDE Download

Eneken Tikk – OSCE

Natalia Mochu – ICANN

12:00 – 13:30Lunch
Location:B – 304B – 306
Moderators:Asomiddin Atoev – Regional Director, SecDev Foundation, Canada DownloadDmitrik Nikolay – Head of the Laboratory of Legal Informatics and Cybernetics, Law Faculty of Moscow State University Lomonosov, Russian Federation Download
13:30 – 15:30Transforming geographic challenges into digital opportunities in Central Asia

●      Digital dividends of independent government regulation;

●      Transnational digital projects to strengthen the region’s economy

●      Data: big, open and not quite open

●      Digital Transformation – Focus on Citizens


Alex Semenyaka – Director for External Relations – Technical Advisor for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, RIPE NCC.

Andrey Sushko, Laboratory of Digital Freedoms, Human Constanta, Republic of Belarus Download

Aibek Kurenkeev, Association of Telecom Operators, Kyrgyz Republic

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Muhammadi Ibodulloev – Director, Civil Initiative of Internet Policy, Republic of Tajikistan

Digital rights in a transnational context

●      Terms of cross-border data exchange within various countries

●      Protection of personal data in the conditions of digital transformation

●      Digital Citizenship Issues


Alexey Kozlyuk – Laboratory of Digital Freedoms, Human Constanta, Republic of Belarus Download

Nikolay Dmitrik – Head of the Laboratory of Legal Informatics and Cybernetics, Law Faculty of Moscow State University Lomonosov, Russian Federation

Sarkis Darbinyan – Center for Digital Rights, Russian Federation

Ruslan Dairbekov – Republic of Kazakhstan Download

Diana Okremova – Legal Media Center, Republic of Kazakhstan Download

Meeting of communications administrations of Central Asian countries with representatives of regional and transnational companies(side-event)
15:30 – 16:00Сoffee-break
19:00 – 21:00Evening program and dinner (for foreign guests)

Day 2

9:30 – 10:00Registration, welcome coffee
МодераторыAhadbek Dalimov, independent expert
10:00 – 12:00Plenary session:  Using the Internet to strengthen the resilience of the region

●      International norms and recommendations to improve national legislation and policies on cybersecurity

●      International cooperation to address transnational challenges to cybersecurity

●      Best practices to strengthen confidence-building measures in the area of cyber security

●      Use of the Internet to counter and prevent extremism and terrorism online and offline

●      Protection factors (education, family, community and other values) to reduce the risk factors of radicalisation in society

●      Deep web: monetization or demonization?

●      Human rights and security as complementary components of cybersecurity

●      Critical infrastructure priorities


Representative of the General Prosecutor’s office of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Kavitha Kunhi Kannan – Facebook

Eneken Tikk – OSCE

Nicolas Ott – OSCE

Andrei Kureraru – Chief Consultant, Service of the Supreme Security Council, Republic of Moldova

Valeriy Zubanov – Commercial Director, Kaspersky Lab in Central Asia and Mongolia Download

12:00 – 13:30Lunch
Location:B – 304B – 306
Moderators:Arman Abdrassilov – Cyber-attack analysis and investigation center, KazahstanAnton Rakitskii, – IT-service, Uzbekistan
13:30 – 15:30Cybersecurity of individuals, society and the state

●      Cyberspace – a new territory of military operations or augmented reality of new economic opportunities

●      Cybersecurity with a focus on the citizen in the context of the digital economy

●      Regulatory framework for critical infrastructure protection

●      Deep web in the digital economy


Eneken Tikk – OSCE

Nicolas Ott – OSCE

Mika Kertunen, Cyber Policy Institute

Mikhail Anisimov – ANO “Coordination Center of the National Domain of the Internet”, Russia

Andrey Pazyuk – Cybersecurity Academy, Ukraine Download

Bratitsa Mykola, Communications Department of the National Commission for Communications Regulation and Informatization, Ukraine Download

Kirill Vyatkin – Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus Download

Protective factors against risk factors for prevention of extremism and terrorism in Central Asia

●      The role of civil society in strengthening protection factors

●      Regional and international efforts to counter extremism technologically (Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, Tech Against Terrorism)

●      National and regional studies to combat and prevent violent extremism online


Representatives of the Prosecutor General’s office of the regions

Viktor Mikhailov – Center for the Study of Regional Threats Download

Facebook representatives

Asomiddin Atoev – Regional Director, SecDev Foundation, Canada

Nurgul Abdykerimova – Center for Media Development, Kyrgyzstan

Gulmira Birzhanova – Legal Media Center Download Download

15:30 – 16:00Сoffee-break
16:00 – 17:00Summing up the Forum
18:00 – 20:00City tour (for foreign participants)