FranSec Cyber Summit 2021
Event submitted on Sunday, September 5th 2021, approved by Content Team ✓
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Cyber-attacks in France broke records in 2020. It is not surprising that cyber events have become the number one business risk for French firms, with 67 percent of organizations being attacked and just 10 percent being prepared to deal with them. Businesses are at risk of losing money or their reputations as digitalization accelerates. As a result, industry leaders must place cyber security at the center of their operational strategy. Highly recommended cyber event for all those interested in cybercrime in the DACH region. Out of all of the Cybersecurity Conferences taking place in November, FranSec is one of the most recommended events of Q4 2021. This year’s #FranSec will feature interactive presentations, case studies, and panel discussions sponsored by prominent cyber security actors from throughout France. Keynote speakers offer cyber security insights from firsthand experience, assess best practices for dealing with workforce challenges, and propose industry frameworks to address breaches and current threats, as well as examine current cyber security trends and predictions for the region’s core industries.
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2020 was a record-breaking year for cyber-attacks in France. A staggering 67% of companies fell victim to attacks, and with only 10% equipped to cope with them, it’s no surprise that cyber incidents have become the number one business risk for French enterprise. As digitalisation continues to accelerate forward and machines become even more connected to business continuity, revenue and reputations are at stake, making it vital for industry leaders to place cyber security at the heart of their operational strategy.
The #FranSec Cyber Security Conference returns in November uniting cyber security leaders from across the country to exchange in-depth knowledge and expertise towards safeguarding the nation’s core industries. This includes major stakeholders from the Banking & Finance, Energy, FMCG, Agriculture, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Transport industries, and more.
The 2021 agenda is designed to not only shape discussions to support these advancements, but also to provide practical insights to aid security leaders in tackling common security challenges. This is a remarkable opportunity to build cross-industry partnerships, benchmark digital maturity against peers, and participate in discussions that will shape the country’s cyber security landscape in 2021 and beyond.
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