The European Cyber Security Conference, now in its 9th edition, will be held in Brussels and online in March 2022.
This Forum Europe conference, organized in partnership with the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO), will bring together leading policymakers, industry players, and high-level cyber security and defense experts to discuss Europe’s response to cyber security issues in a dynamically evolving global risk landscape and what the next steps for all actors in the ecosystem should be to create a safe and secure environment that allows Europe to leverage the tremendous socio-economic opportunities.
- Secure data – The European Cyber Security Policy landscape: NIS 2, CER and the Cyber Resilience Act
- 5G – 5G and the Internet of Secure Things
- Future tech – Cyber security and Future Technologies
- AI for Security Operations Centre
The world in 2030 and beyond will be a significantly different place from the world we are familiar with right now. 5G is expected to play a significant role in the construction of the 2020s and the moulding of a connected, smart, and intelligent wireless world. A new linked society is already beginning to form — a ‘network of networks’ that is driven by a variety of access technologies, including Wi-Fi, small cells, satellite, and terrestrial mobile networks, in addition to traditional mobile networks.
However, given the rate at which technology is evolving, it is conceivable that the boundaries of 5G as we know and understand it now will have been reached by 2030. Projections for the next phase of 5G, as well as the introduction of early phases of 6G, will be well underway by this time.
The Wireless World Research Forum’s 2022 Huddle, the 8th edition of its flagship series, will focus on the continuous path of technical improvement up to 2030 and beyond, as well as the transition towards 5G and future wireless connection. The event will be held in San Francisco, California.