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This year I have had the chance to participate and make a presentation in the 4th Istanbul Bosphorus International Conference on Cybersecurity, Cyberpolitics and Social Sciences. Last year was my first time in this conference. The conference has provided a really fruitful dialogue platform for academic debates related with cyberpolitics issue in general.

In the conference entitled “4th Istanbul Bosphorus International Conference on Cybersecurity, Cyberpolitics and Social Sciences” the leading role belonged to the conference chair Professor Nezir Akyeşilmen. Prof. Akyeşilmen has importantly contributed to the development of cybersecurity and cyberpolitics discipline in Turkish academia. In the conference, the scholars, experts and graduate students from various countries have found the opportunity to participate in a quite fruitful academic arena.

In the conference I made a presentation entitled Legal Challenges in Cyberspace. For my presentation, you can visit my academia profile. For Session-3 B: High Politics and Low Politics in Cyberspace and my presentation, visit my Youtube channel .

The conference hosted various researchers from different countries for three days. In two sessions, the scholars had the opportunity to make presentation in their own native language as well. Due to Coronavirus pandemic, the conference was held on zoom platform this year and also it was live on Facebook too, so many people could reach the sessions easily.

For the chair of the Conference Prof Akyeşilmen’s twitter account you can visit this link and in order to have a look at the journal, CyberPolitik of which Professor Akyeşilmen is the chief editor you can visit this page.

For the conference information of last year you can visit this link and read my article entitled “Scholars gathered in cyberpolitics conference”

 

Here is the conference programme

December 10th, 2020, Thursday

* 09.30-10-30: Inauguration Speeches

 Murat Tümay – İstanbul Medeniyet University

 Fuad Jomma – University of Szczecin

 Bilal Sambur – Co-Editor of Cyberpolitik Journal

 Nezir Akyeşilmen – Editor -in-Chief of Cyberpolitik Journal and Chair of the Conference

* Session -1A: Cybersecurity: Whose Security?

10.30-12.00

 Chair: Bilal Sambur – Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University

Presenters:

 Nasser S. AlAzwani – Sultan Qaboos University

COVID-19 as an Accelerator for International Cyber threats

 Zaheema Iqbal – National Institute of Maritime Affairs- Bahria University of Islamabad

Terrorism in Cyber Space: Case Study of Pakistan

 Nezir Akyesilmen – Selcuk University

The Weakest Link in Cybersecurity: The Users

 Anna Linka – University of Szczecin

Digital exclusion among students in Poland during COVID pandemic

* Session-2 A: Some Cases of Cyberpolitics

14.00 – 16.30

Chair: Fatih Mangır- Selcuk university

Presenters:

 Ayşegül Sili Kalem – Necmettin Erbakan University

Dijital Medya, Kuşaklar ve Dönüşen Toplumsalliklar

 Kamil Tarhan- International Islamic University Malaysia

Siber Güvenliğin Güvenlik Çalışmaları Üçerisindeki Yerinin Yeniden Tanımlanması

 Önder A. Afşar and Müşerref Önal- Necmettin Erbakan University

Yönetimden Yönetişime Geçiş: Türkiye’de E-Evlet Uygulaması

 Abdelhafid Elhayani- Selçuk University and Farid Sufian Shuaib – International Islamic University of Malaysia

The difficulties to analyze the Cyber Conflicts

Session-1 B: Cyberspace as a Platform

18.00 – 20.00

Chair: Fuad Jomma – University of Szczecin

Presenters:

 Norbert Honka – University of Opole

Cyber-Security in Local Government Activities

 Krzysztof Duda – Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań

Switzerland – European Union Relations: How Direct E-Democracy Decided the Format of Cooperation

 Maciej Seramak – University of Szczecin

The influence of social media on the growing popularity of extreme movements in politics

 Beata Słobodzian – University of Gdansk

Is the e-democracy the answer to the ‘Policy of developing democracy’?

 Anna Koprowicz and Iwona Gumowska – Pomeranian University in Slupsk The Internet as a tool for supporting the care and educational functions of the modern family

 Fuad Jomma – University of Szczecin

The role of social media in the events of the Arab Spring

Session-2 B: Human Rights in Digital Age

20.30 -22.00

Chair: Nezir Akyeşilmen – Selcuk University

Presenters:

 Ayşe Yaşar Ümütlü – Necmettin Erbakan University

Hukukun Dijitalleşmesi ve İnsan Hakları

 Özgün Orhon– Selcuk University

Siber Gözetim ve İnsan Hakları

 Murat Kılıç – Council of Europe

Eğitim Hakkının Dijitalleşmesi: Avrupa Konseyi Örneği

December 11th – 2020, Friday

Session-3 A: Politics in Cyberspace

10.30- 12.00

Chair: Kürşat Kan – Selçuk University

Presenters:

 Atalay Öcal – Trakya Üniversitesi

Ulusal Siber Güvenlik Politikaları BağlamındaTürkiye’nin Analizi

 Ayşegül Güler – Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University

Kitle İletişim Araçları

 Kürşat Kan – Selçuk University

Masstroling and Poitics

 Çağla Tamur and Savaş Tamur – Selcuk University

Siber Uzayda İnsan Hakları

December 11th – 2020, Friday

Session-3 B: High Politics and Low Politics in Cyberspace

14.00-17.00

Chair: Murat Tümay – Medeniyet University

Presenters:

 Begüm Burak – French Institute of Anatolian Studies

Cybersecurity and Legal Challenges

 Murat Tümay – İstanbul Medeniyet University

The Right to Privacy in Cyberspace

 Raya Alhajri – University of Liverpool, Alan Marshal – University of Liverpool and Nasser Alazwani – Sultan Qaboos University.

Seeking for an International Framework Governing IoHT Industry

 Hristina Crenn – Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University

Data Breaches in the era of Covid-19: Silent identity Collection as an intentional political instrument: the weak experience of the Balkan Region

 Serdar Durer- Selcuk University

The Effect of Cyber Technology on Selection Processes

December 11th – 2020, Friday

* Session-4 A: Cyberspace as A New Battleground

18.00-20.00

Chair: Anita Adamczyk – Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań

Presenters:

 Janusz Mieczkowski – University of Szczecin

Minorities in social campaigns – counteracting cyber-hate against Roma

 Rafal Wordliczek – Jagiellonian University

Social Media and presidential elections in the United States

 Malgorzata Mieczkowska – University of Szczecin

Sorbs in social media – in the face of tradition and modernity

 Dorota Kowalewska- University of Szczecin

E-Democracy and Activity of Immigrants in Participatory Budgets of Polish Cities

 Maciej Magiera- Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań

Security culture in cybersecurity. Mentality issue.

 Sylvia Mrozowska- University of Gdansk

Cybersecurity in the Energy Sector of the European Union

 Anita Adamczyk – Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań

Anti-Refugee Discourse in Polish Social Media During The Migration Crisis

December 12th – 2020, Saturday

Session-4 B: Political Issues in Cyberspace

10.00 – 12.00

Chair: Murat Çemrek – Necmettin Erbakan University

Presenters:

 Mehmet Eren – Marmara University

Finans Sektöründe Siber Güvenlik

 Merve Kanmaz – Selcuk University

Siber Uzayda Caydirilicik Mümkün Mü?

 Anıl Cumali Çokbildik – Selçuk University

Siber Uzayda Kimlik: Kimliğin Döüşümü ve Sanal Kimlikler

 Bişenk Dağlı and Kemalettin Eryeşil – Şırnak University

Dijital Girişimcilik

 Kadriye Kayatürk – Selcuk University

Küresel Siber Hukuk Durumu

December 12th – 2020, Saturday

Session-5-B: High Politics in Cyberspace

14.00-15.30
Chair: Ayşe Yaşar ÜMÜTLÜ – Necmettin Erbakan University
Presenters:
 Bilal Sambur – Ankara Yıldırım Beyazit University
Technology and Psychology in the 21st Century
 Raya Alhajri – University of Liverpool, Alan Marshal – University of Liverpool and
Nasser Alazwani – Sultan Qaboos University,
Seeking for an International Framework Governing IoHT Industry
 Rabia Sare Aslıyüksek – İnönü University and Iwan Satriawan – University of
Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Feminism in Cyberspace
 Kürşat Kan – Selçuk University
From Cyber Warfare to Psychological Warfare: Russia’s Information
 Muhammed Mustafa Kulu – Selçuk University and Farid sufian Shuaib –
International Islamic university of Malaysia
Islamophobia and anti-semitism in CounteringCyberhate
Session-5-C: Cyberspace as a New Domain
15.45 – 17.15
Chair: Segah Tekin – Necmettin Erbakan University
Presenters:
 Juan Jose Ramon Carrillo- IES Extremadura
Bots and Fake News in the Spanish Alt Right Partys
 Zehra ÖZER – Selcuk University
Cyber Addiction in Generation Z
 Nezir Akyesilmen – Selcuk University
Ethics in Cyberspace
 Jonathan Lancelot – University of North Carolina Wilmington
The Prospect of the Decline of Nation-States and the Emergence of Cyber-State as the
Governing Institution
 Neslihan Topçu – Selçuk University and Anastasiia Libezna – Banking University
An Analyses of China’s Cybersecurity Policies Based on Cybersecurity Law of China
Evaluation Session : Next Conference!
17.30 – 18.30
Chair: 6A – Adem Bozkurt – Ministry of Education
 Panel Discussion – Where, When and What to Discuss next?

 

 

 

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