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    Cyber Security Europe Roundtable 2017

    27th September 2017, Brussels

  • Slide

    Cyber Security Europe Roundtable 2017

    27th September 2017, Brussels

  • Slide

    Cyber Security Europe Roundtable 2017

    27th September 2017, Brussels

  • Slide

    Cyber Security Europe Roundtable 2017

    27th September 2017, Brussels

  • Slide

    Cyber Security Europe Roundtable 2017

    27th September 2017, Brussels

  • Slide

    Cyber Security Europe Roundtable 2017

    27th September 2017, Brussels

  • Slide

    Cyber Security Europe Roundtable 2017

    27th September 2017, Brussels

Addressing the issue of cyber security in Europe is essential to ensuring prosperity and safeguarding the online economy.

Fraud, identity theft, intellectual property theft, industrial espionage, service disruption, physical damage, blackmail and more, are becoming increasingly commonplace. The threat from cyber crime is one of the most substantial and complex threats that Europe faces today.

Continued investment in research and innovation is essential for developing novel approaches and the EU must raise greater awareness through educating, highlighting the risk factors and ensuring adequate and current preventive measures are in place.

This roundtable meeting will bring together EU policy makers, academic experts, and public & private sector representatives from Operational and IT backgrounds, leading cyber security authorities and some of the world’s most influential IT solution providers.

In offering a variety of perspectives and recommendations through a series of open discussions, the goal is to examine the ongoing challenges in effectively managing cyber security, exploring practical solutions, reaching an EU-wide consensus and implementing a forward action plan.


Subjects to be addressed include:
  • Potential for a uniform EU-wide policy
  • Data and information sharing between member states
  • Protecting European Critical Infrastructure
  • Managing third party risk
  • Building bridges between Governments, Public & Private Sectors
  • Ensuring risk management in key sectors (such as energy, transport, banking and health)
  • New developments and technology
  • Potential for a uniform EU-wide policy

Networking:

The Roundtable will also provide hours of networking time, including coffee breaks, lunch to ensure participants have the maximum possible time to establish and strengthen relationships, whilst exchanging ideas.