Cybersecurity in Sino-US Relations: Challenges, Cooperation, and Prospects (71143)

Session Information: Geopolitics

Session Chair: Christian Schafferer

Saturday, 1 July 2023 10:15
Session: Session 1
Room: Lecture Room 2
Presentation Type:Oral Presentation

Cybersecurity has become a critical issue in the Sino-US relationship, with cyberattacks, cybercrime, cyber espionage, and cyberwarfare posing challenges to global economic and security stability. However, political factors and a lack of trust may interfere with addressing cybersecurity issues, and differences in policies, standards, and technologies can make cooperation difficult. To address these challenges, China and the US need to enhance dialogue, establish trust and consensus, formulate related policies and standards, and strengthen cooperation. Additionally, the international community should strengthen multilateral cooperation to combat cybercrime and maintain global cybersecurity and stability. Cybersecurity is crucial for maintaining national security and social stability. Both countries must work together to address cybersecurity challenges while engaging with the international community to promote global cybersecurity and stability.

Lin Qin, Shanghai International Studies University, China
Yuan Yang, Shanghai International Studies University, China

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