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FIWARE Cybersecurity DAY

Date: 
13/05/2021

FIWARE Cybersecurity DAY

13 May , 14:00-16:15 - CEST

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About this Event

The new digital realm is rewriting the rules of businesses where innovative technologies have a prominent role in overall value creation. Data-related activities are not only a central feature of the production process but a key aspect of economic activity. There is not any doubt that the digital era is creating numerous new opportunities for the economy and society but, at the same time, introducing new challenges.

According to the 2021 World Economic Forum's Global Risks Report, cyber risks continue ranking among global risks. Whereas the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated technological adoption, it has also exposed cyber vulnerabilities, the lack of agile solutions to dire problems, as well as exacerbating the tech inequalities within and between societies.

However, good news is on the horizon. Thanks to the introduction of new architectures and patterns, the ICT industry is bringing more agility in the creation and management of new products and digital services that can easily be combined together to create more complex business chains. Their growing complexity and multi-domain nature make these systems even more vulnerable to security breaches and cyber-attacks.

To discuss the challenges and opportunities of cybersecurity, FIWARE, supported by the GUARD Project and Cyberwatching.eu, is bringing together cybersecurity experts to review innovative, integrated, and holistic approaches for a secure and trusted Digital Single Market, outlining the principles that are guiding the EU action in this domain.

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Future Events

ECSO is excited to invite you to the 9th edition of ECSO's Cyber Investor Days on 15-16 June 2021. Spread over two days, the event is split between an investors workshop on 15 June and the online pitch sessions, B2B meetings and conversation with the scale-ups on 16 June. 

15/06/2021 to 16/06/2021

MORNING targeted at Public Authorities/Experts

Considering all the current and future efforts of the EU in the areas of security, safety, risk, resilience and critical infrastructure, especially the new EU Directive on the resilience of critical entities, the morning session will present the perspectives of key stakeholders in the area of resilience of critical infrastructure/entities.

9:30-10:10: Introduction 

Lorenzo Sutton, InfraStress Coordinator

17/06/2021