e-Crime & Cybersecurity Nordics 2021
Event submitted on Saturday, August 28th 2021, approved by Content Team ✓
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How can the government support the chief information security officers in their guerilla battle against hackers? When it comes to forming an alliance against cyber-crime, what role do the key infrastructure suppliers, including hardware and software, play? Then, what can CISOs do better to aid themselves in this regard? This excellent InfoSec event will address all these concerns – highly recommended for all CISO’s and CSO’s in London and the EU region.
Conference Event Summary
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The continuing global impact of ransomware suggests that things will get worse before they get better. If they get better.
The fact that some level of state tolerance, if not actual support, is clearly involved, is also, finally, beginning to be recognized as a gamechanger. No less a figure than US President Joe Biden responded to the Kaseya attack by directing US intelligence agencies to investigate.
This is an indication that governments are starting to realize that leaving cybersecurity to the private sector may not be enough.
So, what do CISOs need from governments to help them reach at least a stalemate in the guerrilla war against the hackers? What role do the critical providers of core infrastructure, both hardware, and software, play in building an alliance against cyber-criminality? And what can CISOs do better to help themselves?
The 6th e-Crime & Cybersecurity Congress Nordics will take place online and will look at how cybersecurity teams are tackling the new normal. Join our real-life case studies and in-depth technical sessions from the security and privacy teams behind some of the world’s most admired brands.