Cybersecurity Conference Rhein-Neckar 2020
Event submitted on Saturday, September 19th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
This event has been tagged as follows:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Cloud Security
- Hacker Conference
- Offensive Security (Malware)
- Web Application Security
- Women In Cybersecurity
The Cybersecurity Conference Rhein-Neckar 2020 looks excellent. The way that this security event is structured is well-thought-out; a lot of subject matter is covered. We’d like to thank the team for submitting their event to our directory.
Die Cybersicherheitskonferenz Rhein-Neckar 2020 sieht ausgezeichnet aus. Die Art und Weise, wie dieses Sicherheitsereignis strukturiert ist, ist gut durchdacht. Viele Themen werden behandelt.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Saturday, September 19th 2020, or created by us.
Cyber security for the metropolitan region
The Rhein-Neckar Cybersecurity Conference is a unique event concept that unites business, science, and the public.
Information technologies dominate our everyday life and have brought us into a certain dependency relationship. The Cybersecurity Conference will illustrate the dangers that arise from this, the legal requirements that must be observed, and how a company and itself can best arm itself against cyberattacks with exciting presentations and practical examples from various perspectives.
Why the Rhein-Neckar region in particular as a venue?
Numerous IT companies are located in the Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region. It is considered the “Silicon Valley” of Germany.
A large number of hidden champions, which make Germany one of the strongest export countries, have also settled in the region.
The concentrated IT competence at the location, which unites three federal states (Baden-Württemberg, Hessen, and Rheinland-Pfalz), together with the economic strength of the resident companies, is virtually predestined to counteract the increasing cybercrime.
For the two days of the event, high-ranking experts and speakers could be won over to give exciting and varied presentations on the extensive topic area of “cybersecurity” and to illustrate in a practical way how to successfully protect oneself and one’s company against cyber attacks.
As the name “Company Day” suggests, the first day of the event will focus in particular on IT security in companies. This year, the focus will be on the topics “Perception of Security in Change” and “Goal Cyber Resilience: Approaches and Scenarios”. On the second day, the so-called “Citizens’ Day”, there will also be presentations on topics for the public, with the focus on “Global Warfare – Modern Warfare in the Cyber World” and “Target Attack Vector Human”.