Cyber Security Keynote Theatre

Wed 5th Oct 11:00 to 11:30

Judgment Day for Critical Infrastructure

Since the 1970s, a digital revolution has been rocking the world. It has revolutionised the way people and businesses communicate and do business. It has also triggered a massive increase in productivity due to automation. Today we all depend on digital infrastructure. Embedded computers are everywhere; they’re increasingly connected and exchanging data. The problem is they’re not immune to cyberattacks. In his presentation, Eugene Kaspersky will outline his view of the cyberthreat landscape we face, and describe his vision for how to make our digital eco-system safe and secure.

What you will take away from this session

  • The existing digital infrastructure – from PCs and mobile phones to the IoT and critical infrastructure – is inherently vulnerable to cyberattacks
  • Cyberthreats are becoming increasingly sophisticated and dangerous, and our infrastructure is at risk
  • Hacking tools proliferate and high-end cybercriminals are rapidly adopting high-end attack techniques. Cyberterrorism is a tangible danger
  • Massive efforts are required to secure our infrastructure. New IT security approaches are required to protect operational technologies (OT)


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