Cisco helps to shape European cybersecurity strategies at CYBERSEC Forum in Poland
How can Europe achieve true cyberautonomy? What is the role of cyber trust in the value chain?
Security, Thought Leadership, Security
How can Europe achieve true cyberautonomy? What is the role of cyber trust in the value chain? Should the public sector intervene in securing IoT and critical infrastructure? These and other topics will be the focus of the 4th CYBERSEC conference, taking place on 8th and 9th October in Krakow, Poland, at which Cisco will be a strategic partner.
With cyber disruption on the rise, the world is facing new security challenges. These challenges require responsible leadership and collaborative efforts from a variety of stakeholders. As governments create strategies, policies, standards and rules for cybersecurity, they must consider how their implementations hinge upon close and trust-based cooperation with the private sector. For this reason CYBERSEC gathers technology and business leaders like Cisco alongside politicians and decision makers, to address these questions.
At this year’s CYBERSEC, Cisco’s senior execs will outline critical security flashpoints for the next two to three years, and discuss the following:
- "Towards the cyberautonomy of Europe? Strong points and blind spots” - panel discussion with Edna Conway, Chief Security Officer, Global Value Chain, Cisco.
- “Cyber trust in value chain” – A ‘fireside chat’ with Edna Conway.
- “The Internet of Things and critical infrastructure – need for trust” – A panel discussion with Przemysław Kania, Managing Director, Cisco Poland.
CYBERSEC is an annual public policy conference dedicated to the strategic challenges of cybersecurity. It is the most relevant cybersecurity event in Central and Eastern Europe. The main mission of the event is to build the foundations of mutual trust and translate challenges into new opportunities for a better tomorrow.