IV European Cybersecurity Forum - CYBERSEC 2018

Kosciuszko Institute

CYBERSEC is an annual public policy conference dedicated to the strategic challenges of cybersecurity, launched in 2015, a unique in Central and Eastern Europe and one of the top five cybersecurity events in Europe. Our mission is to build the foundations of mutual trust and translate challenges into new opportunities for a better tomorrow.

Activity website: https://cybersecforum.eu

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Time & Place

08 Oct 2018 00:00 to 09 Oct 2018 00:00
Marii Konopnickiej 17, 30-302 Kraków Poland

Target Audience

High-level representatives of international organisations, government administration, and non-governmental organisations Local and national government officials Representatives of law enforcement and intelligence agencies Military officers Experts and scientists Lawyers and legal advisers Presidents, vice-presidents and board members Chief Executive Officers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Chief Security Officers, and Chief Risk Officers Managers, advisers and consultants Directors of regulatory affairs and government affairs Lobbyists Journalists

Description

THE TIME HAS COME FOR GOVERNMENTS TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR BUILDING TRUST IN THE DIGITAL WORLD
With cyber disruption on the rise, the world is inevitably facing the emergence of new security challenges. They require responsible leadership to advance strategic actions and collaborative efforts of all stakeholders. A further development of our societies and economies will largely depend on whether we can make cyberspace truly secure. Strong confidence in digital public and commercial services is instrumental to build a trustworthy cyberspace.
Meanwhile, current trends are alarming. More and more state actors are developing their offensive capabilities to disrupt information systems of their adversaries, as well as using digital media to wage information warfare, which increasingly puts the foundations of democracy in jeopardy. Furthermore, the likelihood of terrorist activities in cyberspace and increasing cybercrime which generates enormous losses for the global economy complement this rather grim picture.
The EU is strengthening its strategic autonomy. However, to build cybersecurity in Europe it is necessary to maintain close transatlantic relations and enhance regional cooperation. Governments create strategies, policies, standards and rules for cybersecurity, but they cannot forget that their implementation hinges upon close and trust-based cooperation with private sector. And finally, all actors must act with the welfare of every citizen in mind.

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