Agenda

Proposed Program for the First Multistakeholder Meeting

Day 1 – 28 November 2018
8:00-8:30 Registration
9:00-10:00Welcome Session – Project Coordinator
Welcome & Introductions

Workshop: Agenda Setting, Objectives, Expectations

Opening Remarks by Minister of Communications, Telecommunications, Postal Services and Digital Economy

Remarks from Partners:
– ARTP
– Internet Society
– Privacy Commission
– ISOC Senegal Chapter
10:00-10:30 Tea Break
10:30-11:30                    Introduction to IoT Security – Issues, Concerns and Opportunities

Dawit Bekele, Africa Regional Director, Internet Society
11:30-12:00State of Multi-stakeholder Processes in Senegal – Internet Related Issues
UNESCO Internet Universality Index Project – Senegal Case Report

UNESCO Representative
12:30-13:00 State of IoT in Senegal – Presentation from Study

Ahmath Bamba Mbacke, Technical Expert, Professor, ESP (Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique)
13:00-14:00END
Lunch Break

Day two – 29 November  2018

9:00-10:00Setting the Terms of Engagement

– Importance of Consensus Building & the MS Process
– Defining Consensus Building
– Rules of Engagement

Fiona Asonga, Collaborative Governance Project
10:00-10:30             Lessons from Canada IoT MS Process – Opportunities & Challenges

Katie Watson, Policy Advisor, North America, Internet Society
10:30-11:00 Tea Break
11:00-12:30Setting the Stage for Developing Senegal IoT Security Framework :
What & How?

Round Table – Facilitator

– Representative from Ministry of Telecommunications
– CEO, ARTP
– Andrew Sullivan, CEO & President, Internet Society
– Chair and Coordinator of the Project, ISOC Senegal Chapter
– Representative from Industry & Technical
– Representative from Consumer Organization

Moderated by Prof Abdallah Cissé
12:30-13:30Lunch Break
13:30-14:30Discussion

Facilitator: Tidiane Seck

With the people at your table appoint a leader – develop rough consensus
Possible talking points around:

– What should be our focus of work – defining the scope of our work
– What can this group accomplish in a year to diminish vulnerabilities IoT devices pose to networks, consumers, etc.
– What other issues to we need to incorporate in the IoT security framework for Senegal

Note: You will be required to report back on the outcomes of these Conversations during our group discussion
14:30-15:00Break
15:00-16:00Group Discussion Report Back
How Do We Secure the Internet of Things?

Reporting back on Group Discussions

Facilitator: Tidiane Seck
Rapporteurs : Aminata Seck Sy and Eric Farjas
16:00-17:00 Next Steps – Setting of Working Groups
17:00-20:00Reception – Meet and Greet

Andrew Sullivan, CEO & President, Internet Society