Ministerial Roundtable 1: The role of digital technologies during and after the COVID 19 pandemic
Ministerial Roundtable
Virtual meeting room: A
13:00 - 14:45 - CEST

Join the Prime Minister of Viet Nam along with Ministers from around the world, regulators and top-level representatives from key industry players as they debate "The role of digital technologies during and after the COVID-19 pandemic" – and explore the importance of digital connectivity in national strategies for economic recovery.

Key discussion areas include:

       * The policy changes that are being pursued as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic;

       * How national digital strategies to be adapted going forward as a result of the pandemic;

       * How the pandemic has transformed regulatory priorities or business opportunities.

Bridging the broadband gap: stimulating public and private sectors to connect the unconnected
Forum session
Virtual meeting room: B
14:45 - 16:15 - CEST

Convening industry experts from across the digital ecosystem, forum webinars will focus on the policies, technologies and trends driving the digital economy in sessions on Bridging the broadband gap: stimulating public and private sectors to connect the unconnected.

  Key discussion areas include:

* What are the best strategies and policies to reach the unconnected? 

* How can we ensure that new networks complement existing infrastructure?

* Is the current pandemic enough stimulus to drive demand, or are other demand-side initiatives needed?  

* How can we foster the right digital skills and create the most appropriate content to drive awareness, demand and digital literacy?

Ministerial Roundtable 2: The role of digital technologies during and after the COVID 19 pandemic
Ministerial Roundtable
Virtual meeting room: A
13:00 - 14:45 - CEST

Join Ministers from around the world, regulators and top-level representatives from key industry players as they debate "The role of digital technologies during and after the COVID-19 pandemic" – and explore the importance of digital connectivity in national strategies for economic recovery.

Key discussion areas include:

* The policy changes that are being pursued as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic;

* How national digital strategies to be adapted going forward as a result of the pandemic;

* How the pandemic has transformed regulatory priorities or business opportunities.

Entering the 5G era: demand, deployment, and disquiet
Forum session
Virtual meeting room: B
14:45 - 16:15 - CEST

Convening industry experts from across the digital ecosystem, forum webinars will focus on the policies, technologies and trends driving the digital economy in sessions on Entering the 5G era: demand, deployment, and disquiet.

  Key discussion areas include:

* What is 5G’s key value proposition?

* What policy or regulatory approaches can promote cross-sector collaboration and encourage investment?

* How can 5G be employed to address basic humanitarian needs?

* How should industry leaders and policy makers address emerging concerns such as exposure to EMF, privacy issues and network operational costs?

Ministerial Roundtable 3: The role of digital technologies during and after the COVID 19 pandemic
Ministerial Roundtable
Virtual meeting room: A
13:00 - 14:45 - CEST

Join Ministers from around the world, regulators and top-level representatives from key industry players as they debate "The role of digital technologies during and after the COVID-19 pandemic" – and explore the importance of digital connectivity in national strategies for economic recovery.

Key discussion areas include:

* The policy changes that are being pursued as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic;

* How national digital strategies to be adapted going forward as a result of the pandemic;

* How the pandemic has transformed regulatory priorities or business opportunities.

Cybersecurity and privacy solutions: safeguarding our digital world
Forum session
Virtual meeting room: B
14:45 - 16:15 - CEST

Convening industry experts from across the digital ecosystem, forum webinars will focus on the policies, technologies and trends driving the digital economy in sessions on Cybersecurity and privacy solutions: safeguarding our digital world.

  Key discussion areas include:

 * What role do simple “cyber hygiene” measures have to play in protecting us from cyber threats? 

  * Is “cyber immunity” possible – and if so, how can it be implemented?

  * What other tools can we use to mitigate the risks during our online experience?

  * What is the role of government, the private sector, or educational systems?

  * How can global collaboration lead to the adoption of effective cybersecurity measures?