|10:00 – 10:30
In 2010, the Coordination Center for Top Level National Domains established a special award, Virtuti Interneti (Service to the Internet), which is the only one of its kind in the Runet. The winners of the award are representatives of the Internet community, business, science and the state, who have made a significant contribution to the development of Runet and the global Internet. The candidate of the future laureate is chosen by the Program Committee of the Russian Internet Governance Forum (RIGF). The award ceremony, as well as the laureate's subsequent lecture, have become a traditional element of the RIGF program.
|10:30 – 12:00
The technology in education (EdTech) market began its inception in the 2000s, going from simple learning management systems to complex digital platforms using artificial intelligence technologies. Until 2018, distance technologies in teaching people were perceived as something additional to the usual offline formats. Many experts spoke out against online, referring to its low efficiency in the learning process.
However, a whole series of successive "black swans" that caused a sharp transition of all spheres of human life to online, no one has left any doubt that remote technologies are firmly entrenched in our daily lives. The global geopolitical realignment, border closures, tech company exits, IT talent exodus, falling revenues and a host of other factors are impacting the EDTech market strongly.
In the next 3 years, the landscape of the market will inevitably change. Companies are looking for new opportunities, optimizing costs, launching new products, learning partnerships both inside and outside the industry.
Who will be able to survive in a changed world, how the portrait of a student has changed, what people and organizations need to do in this era of change, and what skills will be in demand - these and other questions will be answered by the participants of the discussion.
Moderator: Makar Goncharov, PulsarProduction
- Valentina Kurenkova, Netology
- Alexey Polovinkin, Cyphrium
- Mikhail Myagkov, Maximum education
- Natalia Tsarevskaya, Skolkovo, Ed2 accelerator
- Maryam Karpova, Land of Opportunity
|12:30 – 14:00
The session is devoted to discussing the current problems and challenges that organizations face when protecting critical infrastructure, from the definition of objects of this infrastructure and their categorization to security issues and connections to telecommunication networks. The participants will discuss the practice that has developed since the adoption of the Federal Law "On the Security of Critical Information Infrastructure". They will talk about the difficulties and existing restrictions that companies in various sectors of the economy face when implementing the requirements developed by the FSTEC, the Federal Security Service and the Ministry of Digital Development of Russia, and also consider trends in the regulation of this sector.
Participants will also discuss the issue of ensuring the security of critical infrastructures (CIP) in different countries of the world, the specifics of regulation in the European Union, the USA, Japan and other jurisdictions, as well as how international experience can be used by Russian companies.
Moderator: Andrey Yarnykh, Kaspersky Lab
- Pavel Sundeev, MTS
- Evgeny Khasin, Ministry of Digital Development of Russia.
- Vladimir Dashchenko, Kaspersky Lab
- Maxim Chernov, Digytal Economy
- Alexey Shanin, CyberLympha LLC
|14:30 – 16:00
93% of primary school students have a smartphone, and a quarter of them spend most of their free time on gadgets. The Internet for the “digital born” generation is an integral part of the reality in which they communicate, socialize, develop and have fun. However, along with opportunities, the digital world is fraught with a large number of threats, especially dangerous for the emerging personality of the child. As part of the activities of the Alliance for the Protection of Children in the Digital Environment, Rostelecom studied the existing risks and technologies for protecting underage users. What threats have come under special attention, what risks have been underestimated, in what areas cyber threats for children will be formed in the near future, and how to make the Internet environment truly favorable for the younger generation - these issues will be discussed by the session participants.
Moderator: Elizaveta Belyakova, Chairman of the Alliance for the Protection of Children in the Digital Environment
- Ruslan Yusufov, MINDSMITH
- Andrey Ignatiev, Center for Global IT-Cooperation
- Fanny Rotino, ITU
- Anton Kukanov, Russian Quality System
- Alexander Petrukhin, Project "Intercessor Application"
|16:30 – 18:00
The section is going to present the results of the IGF 2021 youth program, the results of YouthRIGF 2022, the program for youth in the world (ITU, EuroDIG, IGF), as well as information about the youth projects of the Coordination Center.
Moderator: Ilona Stadnik, Coordination Center for TLD .RU/.РФ
- Roman Chukov, Center for Global IT-Cooperation
- Sona De Apro, COMMUNITY
- Dmitry Gulyaev, Youth Digital Ombudsman
- Vladislav Ivanets, member of YouthDIG, EuroSSIG
- Arevik Martirosyan, School of International Information Security
- Yulia Tikhonova, member of Generation Connect (ITU)
- Olga Kulakova, member of Youth IGF Ambassador Program 2022
- Daria Stepovaya, member of APSIG Fellow 2022, APrIGF
- Andrey Aleinikov, Coordination Center for TLD .RU/.РФ
- Vyacheslav Malinochkin, RANS
- Anja Gengo, IGF Secretariat
|18:00 – 18:15
Presentation of the collection of author's articles "The Internet today and tomorrow" – Andrey Ignatiev, Center for Global IT Cooperation.
- Andrey Ignatiev, Center for Global IT-Cooperation
|18:15 – 18:30