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[apops] APNG Webinar - Trust and Security on the Internet

[On behalf of APNG]

Dear Colleagues,

The Asia Pacific Next Generation (APNG) is pleased to invite you to join our
first quarterly Webinar for 2021.

Geoff Huston, Chief Scientist - APNIC, will talk about the state of trust and security in a hostile world, and the strengths and weaknesses of the existing
security frameworks that negotiate trust in the Internet. The speaker will
also look at the efforts to improve this trust infrastructure and the
necessary trade-offs that exist in such proposals to modify these trust models.

    Topic:    Trust and Security on the Internet
    Date:     Saturday, 19 June 2021
    Time:     12:00 PM (UTC +8)
    Duration: 60 minutes

Join and participate in the Webinar to interact with the speaker and to learn:

- Am I communicating with the right party?
- Is my communication confidential?
- Is anyone tampering with my communication?

Registration is free and open to anyone who wishes to participate. If you are
interested, please register here by Friday, 18 June 2021.


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing
information about joining the Webinar.

About APNG

The Asia Pacific Next Generation is an arena in which future leaders of the
digital society in the Asia Pacific region gather to build a human network and learn from each other. Pioneers of digital society also participate in this as
senior mentors to nurture the next generation. Participants of the community
work together to achieve Sustainable Development Goals through mutual
cooperation, knowledge sharing, and promoting activity for the next generation
to build a sustainable future.

APNG Webinars

The APNG has offered resources and discussions for multi-stakeholders from
different regions to challenge the digital divide. The APNG has also helped
people to think about digital society from the Asia Pacific perspective. We
had a successful year of webinars in 2020, where expert spoke on many topics.

We look forward to see you online.

Best Regards
APNG Leadership Team