Cyber-threats continue to increase in numbers and complexity, threatening business, citizens, governments and critical infrastructure globally. The problem goes beyond borders and our cyberwatching.eu workshop at ICT2018 will ask the question how can we achieve greater alignment internationally on cybersecurity and privacy issues?
EU policies and legislation such as the GDPR, and Cybersecurity act are being advanced to address threats to governments, businesses and vulnerabilities affecting consumer data and individual privacy. In the US, the focal point is the NIST Framework, while in Japan it is NISC. With such a nascent landscape, harmonisation and a common framework is required not only at national levels but also at European and international levels.
With speakers from NAIST four projects focussing on EU-US and EU-JP alignment we’ll find out how Europe’s approach compares with our other parts of the world and whether new regulations are raising the bar for cybersecurity services or hampering innovation.
AGENDA - Room L1
|11:30 - 11:35||Introduction to session and panellists|
|11:35 - 11:45||
Opening statements from panellists (2 minutes each)
|11:45 - 12:10||
Roundtable with panellists and audience participation
Questions may include:
|12:10 - 12:15||Closing Statement and remarks
ECSO is proud to announce that the call is now open for startups to attend the 10th Cyber Investor Days and compete for the European Cybersecurity STARtup Award. Selected startups will win the chance to pitch their innovative cybersecurity solutions and hold B2B meetings with leading investors and corporations from Europe and beyond at ECSO’s Cyber Investor Days, taking place on 1 and 2 December 2021 in Helsinki, Finland.