New Delhi 2012


> To mobilize new commitments by leading businesses and governments of Cyber40 countries to address cross-border cybersecurity challenges.

> To set in place new models for private sector leadership in addressing inherent vulnerabilities and emerging threats associated with global Internet connectivity and information and communications technology (ICT) development.

> To make advances on the most pressing issues in global management of critical ICT infrastructure with collaborative international breakthroughs.

> To frame an action plan for globally acceptable policies on cyber crime, the associated international investigative procedures and a framework for addressing the related very complex jurisdictional matters.

It is a great pleasure to welcome all of you to the 3rd Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit in New Delhi. We at the EastWest Institute are honored to host this first-of-its-kind meeting with leading thinkers, practitioners, and decision makers from India and around the world.

With its remarkable information technology industry and rapidly developing economy, India will play a key role in the world's efforts to secure our digital economy. Building on the policy progress represented by earlier summits in Dallas and London, the New Delhi Summit Process is breaking new ground in cybersecurity policy.

EWI's cybersecurity work is unique in that it not only encourages the exchange of ideas but facilitates the development and implementation of practical solutions to global challenges.

India's contribution, with the cooperation of government and private sector leaders such as Minister Kapil Sibal, NASSCOM's Som Mittal, and FICCI's Dr. Rajiv Kumar, allows the global community of specialists gathered here to ensure the wide applicability of their efforts. We hope it also helps build strong ties in the international cybersecurity community. After all, virtually everything in the digital era crosses international borders.

We thank you for your participation and look forward to great insights and tangible progress as the process continues.

Ross Perot, Jr.
Chairman of the Board, EastWest Institute
New Delhi 2012 Report, "Building Trust in Cyberspace"
Replay Summit Highlights
Summit Day 2: China and India Pledge to Work Together on Cybersecurity
Summit Day One Features India’s Minister Kapil Sibal and other Top Officials and Experts
A Critical Role for India
Cyber Detente Between the United States and China
Preparing for Times of Crisis
The Failed Cybersecurity Act of 2012
A Reality-Based Model for Cyber Conflict
The Internet Health Model for Cybersecurity