Over the past few years the importance of cybersecurity has been brought in the global spotlight. With cyber attacks on the rise and an increased sofistication in targeted attacks and cyber espionage campaigns, it is highly important to learn how to identify and respond to weaknesses and prevent any attacks.
We live in an interconnected world, which faces a wide variety of globally-connected cyber threats. These threats are not restricted by geographical boundaries and are targeted at all technologies, hardware/software/service providers and users – consumers, the private and the public sector alike.
One in two CEOs is aware and concerned about the impact cyber risks can have to his business and most of them got their CIOs and CSOs closer to the executive level, recognizing their strategic importance.
In order to safely run a business, to secure the core processes, YOU NEED TO KNOW CYBER.
At CyberSecurity Day – an event included in the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) program, being part of the international profile events organized on the occasion of European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) – you will learn about trends and technologies, technical solutions and security services you can use to address the cyber challenges.
CyberSecurity Day, powered by certSIGN and the Romanian Banking Institute, aims to become the main point of reference for cyber security specialists wanting to hear hear about the latest research, technologies and best practice, as well as the sharing and advancement of knowledge.
The conference provides an opportunity to network with cybersecurity professionals, to share ideas and discuss the challenges facing the industry. The sessions are chosen and presented by recognized international and Romanian experts in the field, with main focus on:
- Cybersecurity realm and risk impact – threat evolution and evaluation, and why is it relevant for business risk management.
- Preparing for the worst with the best technologies – layered defenses, what can you apply where, best practices.
- Intelligence driven security approach – why you need to change the way you think: from malware to adversaries.
- Coping with the challenge – using managed service providers and CSIRT/CERTs as import of expertise, focus efficiencies, and aligment of competencies.