CYBERSEC Brussels Leaders’ Foresight 2021
Event submitted on Friday, February 12th 2021, approved by Content Team ✓
This event has been tagged as follows:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Cloud Security
- Cyber Physical
- Government Level
- Machine Learning
- Mobile Security
- Offensive Security (Malware)
- SCADA/ ICS
- Social Engineering
- Women In Cybersecurity
Without a doubt, one of the most fascinating cyber events we’ve added in 2021. This conference packs a lot of authority within its’ schedule. I’m not entirely sure if this event is physical so please double-check. If you’re located in the DACH region then this event would be ideal to get an understanding of the future of Cybersecurity in Europe.
Conference Event Summary
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Friday, February 12th 2021, or created by us.
On 18 March 2021, the Kosciuszko Institute will host the 4th edition of CYBERSEC Brussels Leaders’ Foresight.
Save the date and make sure you do not miss out on the top European conference devoted to key policy issues underpinning the development of a secure digital world!
In 2020 the new von der Leyen European Commission has made digital technologies one of the priorities of its agenda under the name of ‘Europe fit for the Digital Age’. It has undertaken to address a whole spectrum of digital affairs, through the Digital Services Act, revision of the NIS Directive, and the European Data Strategy, among others. With these developments, we are entering another decade of rapid advancements in technology that can serve humanity but also fit adversarial agendas.
The 2021 CYBERSEC Brussels Leaders’ Foresight will follow the leitmotif of the CYBERSEC Global 2020: Together Against Adversarial Internet. It is time to reflect, discuss, and take actions to determine what we want this decade to look like and what kind of world we will wake up to in 2030. Is it going to be a world where we lose confidence in technology due to rising waves of cyberattacks, or a world in which cyberattacks and hostile cyber activities are marginalized?
Time is running out, and adversaries are gaining more powerful tools, breaching security, and invading systems belonging to both public and private sector entities – the 2020 SolarWinds hack is a prime example of what the threat actors are capable of. What is more, it seems like we are slowly getting used to the shocking headlines, as such situations are a daily occurrence.
Through CYBERSEC Leaders’ Foresight, we are providing a platform to carve, discuss and establish critical technology management, partnerships, and cybersecurity policies, this time focusing on the future of Europe. Join the conversation and make sure that in 2030 we live in a world where we don’t have to fear for our data and digital rights.