Cyber Politics Conference

Program 2017

Program

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MAY 18th – 2017, THURSDAY
Free Day – Sightseeing – İstanbul

MAY 19th – 2017, FRIDAY
* 10.00-10.45: Inauguration Speeches
 Assist. Prof.Dr. Murat Tümay – Member of Board of Association for Human Rights Education (İHED)

 Prof. Dr. Hamza Ateş – Chair of Civilizations Research Centre (İSMAM) -İstanbul Medeniyet University

 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nezir Akyeşilmen – Editor -in-Chief of Cyberpolitik Journal and Chair of the Conference

 Prof.Dr. M. İhsan Karaman – Rector of İstanbul Medeniyet University ( To be confirmed)

* 1st Session: Cyberpolitics: what is it?
10.45-12.30

Chair: Prof. Dr. Jarno Limnéll – Aalto University

Presenters:
 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Özlem Dirilen Gümüş – Hacettepe University
Representation of the Political Leaders in the Cyberspace

 Benazir Banu – Selçuk University
Emerging Significance of Cyber Security in National Security

 Assoc.Prof. Nezir Akyesilmen – Selcuk University
Analysis of International Cyber Conflicts: Search For A Model

 Assist. Prof. Dr. Hamid Akın Ünver – Kadir Has University
Are Digital Technologies Making Politics Impossible?(Online Presentation)

* 2nd Session: Some Cases of Cyberpolitics
14.00 – 17.00

Chair: Prof. Dr. Hamza Ateş – İstanbul Medeniyet University

Presenters:
 Orhan Gültekin – Parliament of Turkey (TBMM)
Siber Güvenlik Öncelikleri

 Ayşegül Güler – Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University
İnsani Müdahale Aracı Olarak Siber Uzay ( Cyberspace as a Tool for Humanitarian Intervention)

 Dr. Mehmet Emin Erendor – Çukurova University
Siber Saldırıların Karma Savaş İçerisindeki Rolü ve NATO’nun Karma Savaş (Hybrid Warfare) Yaklaşımı ( The Role of Cyber Attacks in Hybrid Wars and the NATO’s Approach of Hybrid Warfare)

 Zülhice Gözcan – Çanakkale 18 Mart University
Bilişim Suçlarının Türk Ceza Hukuku Açısından Değerlendirilmesi ( An Evaluation of Cybercrimes in the Framework or Turkish Criminal Law)

 Mehmet Eren – Kuveyt Turk
Avrupa Birliği’nin Siber Güvenlik Stratejisi ( Cybersecurity Strategies of the EU)

 Gaffar Türkoğlu – Selçuk University
Hibrit Savaşlar ( Hybrid Wars)

 Assist. Prof. Dr. Yasemin Kılınçarslan – Uşak University
Cyber Crime Element in Animated Films – Case Study: Psycho Pass (Online Presentation)

May 20th – 2017, SATURDAY

* 3rd Session: High Politics in Cyberspace

09.30- 12.30

Chair: Prof. Dr. Bilal Sambur – Yıldırım Beyazıt University

Presenters:

 Prof. Dr. Jarno Limnell – Aalto University
Political Response Model to Cyber Attacks

 Assoc. Prof. Dr. İdris Demir – İstanbul Medeniyet University
The Link Between Cybersecurity and Energy Security

 Hasan Basri Bülbül – King’s College London
An Analyses of Alleged Cyber Activities of Russian Federation in United States’ Election 2016 from the Perspectives of International Law

 Özge Memişoğlu – Bologna University
Cyber Security of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles : The Case of Turkey

 Assist. Prof. Dr. Murat Tümay – İstanbul Medeniyet University
A Rights Based Cybersecurity in National Action Plans

 Dr. Hayel Khafajeh – Zarqa University
Trends of students toward using computers in their Studying plan of Arts and design college in Zarqa University

* 4th Session: Some Theory – Some Practice

14.30-17.30

Chair: Chair: Assoc. Prof. Işıl Bilican – İstanbul Medeniyet University

Presenters:

 Assist Prof. Dr. Amal Alhosban- University of Michigan-Flint
Cyber Attack Detection technique to Improve Cyber Security Using Data Mining Methods

 Prof.Dr. Ramazan Gözen- Marmara University
Cyberspace, Publications on International Relations and More Need for More Theory

 Prof.Dr. Bilal Sambur – Yıldırım Beyazıt University
Human Being in Cyberspace

 Dr. İlyas Fırat Cengiz – Yalova University
Terrorist Propaganda on Social Media: Turkey’s Legal Response and International Law

 Doaa Albussia – Selçuk University
Cybersecurity and International Peace

 Alia Alsheikh Ibrahim – Buckingham University
Arab Spring or Arab Autumn: a Critical Case Study Analysis of Tunisia, Libya, Syria and Egypt and the role of social media

May 21st – 2017, SUNDAY

* 5th Session: Low Politics in Cyberspace
09.30- 12.30

Chair: Prof. Dr. Ramazan Gözen – Marmara University

Presenters:

 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nezir Akyeşilmen – Selçuk University
Securitization of Cyberspace : A Techno-Political Threat to Human Rights

 Tekin Baykız – Middle East Technical University (METU)
Cyberspace and Securitization: Media and Changing Perception of Cyberthreat

 Durukan Ayan – Afyon Kocatepe University
Living Cultures in Cyberspace and Cyberculture in the Actual World

 Mohammed Ishmeal – Selçuk University
Cyber Power-play in African Elections: A threat to democracy?

 H Nafea, K Kifayat – Liverpool John Moores University
Data Leakage Detection Using Phase Space Reconstruction

 Assist. Prof. Dr. Serkan Biçer ve Aysun Yayla – Fırat University
New Marketers of the Online World: Impact of Bloggers on Buying Behavior (Online Presentation)

* 6th Session : Cyberpolitics in International Relations

14.00-16.30

Chair: Assist. Prof. Dr. Murat Tümay – İstanbul Medeniyet University

Presenters:

 Sevda Korhan – Selçuk University
Uluslararası İlişkilerde Yeni Bir Anlayış – Siber Güç (Cyberpoweer: A New Understanding in International Relations)

 Muhammed Raşit Özdaş – Ministry of Development
Siber Güvenlik Kurumsal Yapılanması – Dünya Örnekleri ve Ülkemiz için bir Kurumsal Yapılanma Önerisi ( The Structure of Institutional Cybersecurity – International Cases and A Proposal of an Institutional Structure for Turkey)

 Fatma Çakır – Selçuk University
Siber Uzay ve Normatif Uluslararası İlişkiler Teorisi ( Cyberspace and Normative International Relations Theory)

 Adem Bozkurt – Milli Eğitim Bakanlığı
Eğitimin Dijitalleşmesi: Sorunlar ve Farklı Bakışlar

 Kamil Tarhan – Selçuk University
Siber Uzayda Realist Teorinin Değerlendirilmesi ( An Evaluation of Realist Theory in Cyberspace)

 Muhammed Mustafa Kulu – Selçuk University
İsrail: Siber Bir Güç mü? (Israel: A Cyberpower?)

 Büşra Güler – Selçuk University
Nesnelerin İnterneti ve Siber Güvenlik ( Internet of Things – IoTs – and Cybersecurity)

Evaluation Session : Next Conference!

16.45 -17.45

 Panel Discussion – Where, When and What to Discuss next?