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Message posted on 13/05/2022

Registration for the International Digital Security Forum 2022 is open - Hybrid in Vienna, Austria and Online from 31 May to 2 June 2022 - Special Social Science track on 1 June!

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Dear colleagues,

we are happy to announce that the registration options for #IDSF22 - The International Digital Security Forum (IDSF) - are open from now!

The forum will take place from 31 May to 2 June in the MuseumsQuartier Vienna and via livestream. The program for the forum can be found here , as well as attached to this mail. Of special interest for this list is a special-track on day 2, which covers the topic of “Understanding the Challenges of Digital Societies” and includes a range of interesting panels and speakers!

All persons wishing to participate are requested to register in advance on the conference web page, here . No registration fee is charged to participants, but all participants must register and are subject to selection. Side events such as focused tutorial workshops may require nominal fees which will be listed on the conference website.

Venue in the Heart of Vienna + Live-Stream.

IDSF22 will be held as a physical event with a digital component. We

are looking forward to welcoming you in person at the cultural hotspot MuseumsQuartier in the heart of Vienna. In case you are not able to attend on site, the programme can also be followed via live stream. We are looking forward to welcoming you at #IDSF22! Register here!

Safe, Green and Sustainable.

In concord with the conference’s motto “Secure digitalisation for a safe, green and sustainable future”, we aim at organizing #IDSF22 according to the Austrian Ecolabel for Green Events and at maximizing our efforts of hosting this event as green as possible. Accompanied by numerous measures, from choosing regional suppliers to resource saving at the venue of the event. We would like to invite you to support our efforts by means of environmentally friendly travel and waste avoidance.

How to get to MuseumsQuartier

Vienna is an exemplar city when it comes to green transport and is very easy to navigate through. The venue is easily accessible by public transport. We have listed transport connections within walking distance to the venue here .

If you are traveling by car, we recommend carpooling to reduce your ecological footprint. You can offset the resulting CO2 emissions with compensation payments Please find a list of information providers in this regard here .

Accommodation

Accommodation certified with the Austrian Ecolabel, can be found here .

Waste avoidance and waste separation

Please make sure to avoid waste and to separate and dispose of unavoidable waste accordingly.

Accessible event

The event venue is barrier-free accessible.

For further clarifications do not hesitate to contact Ms. Athina Lykou at athina.lykou@ait.ac.at who will be happy to assist you if you have any questions.

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VICESSE | Vienna Centre for Societal Security

[Wiener Zentrum für sozialwissenschaftliche Sicherheitsforschung]

Roger von Laufenberg, Ph.D

Senior Researcher

address. Paulanergasse4/8, 1040 Vienna

phone. +43 1 929 66 38

mobile. +43 650 8351352

email. roger.von.laufenberg@vicesse.eu

web. www.vicesse.eu

twitter. @vicesse @Roger_vonL

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