Rome Hosts 6th Edition of Cybertech Europe

01.10.2023 Security
Rome Hosts 6th Edition of Cybertech Europe

Rome Hosts 6th Edition of Cybertech Europe

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Following a highly successful fifth edition in 2022, Cybertech Global, the cyber industry’s foremost B2B networking platform conducting industry-related events all around the globe, and Leonardo, a global player in the aerospace, defense, and security sectors, announced the speakers of Cybertech Europe 2023.

The sixth edition of this go-to event will be held on October 3 and 4, 2023, at La Nuvola Convention Center (Viale Asia, 40/44, 00144 Rome, Italy) and will feature a grand exhibition hall, cutting-edge conferences and lectures, and sector-specific special events with the most influential and eminent leaders in cyber fields.

The two-day event offers participants engagement with the most innovative approaches to cyber by some of the most prominent experts and companies from the industry while creating new business opportunities. According to data from the Observatory “Cybersecurity and Data Protection” of the Politecnico di Milano, the Italian market is rapidly growing (+18%), but so are threats (+8,4%).

The conference will revolve around the latest in protection and security with topics including active defense and zero trust while providing a window into the future with supertech and next-gen technologies like advanced machine learning and AI.

The event will also include regional and industry-specific sessions on various topics such as cloud security, finsec, space, critical infrastructures, maritime and transportation security, and cyber investments, and will explore the EU Cybersecurity Strategic Framework and European Cyber Defence projects, including AI for Cyber & Cyber for AI, and Fintech Security. In addition, as we navigate the 2023 European Year of Skills, the event will also explore the cybersecurity skills shortage, competence, and the role of diversity and fostering new talents.

Cybertech Europe 2023 hosts the most esteemed people in the cyber sector: global leaders, authoritative experts, decision-makers, CISOs, C-level executives, industry pioneers from Europe and around the world, and guests' innovative startups showcasing next-generation technologies.

The event will also see the participation of significant European bodies and organizations, including: The European Commission, NATO, the European Defence Agency (EDA), the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Italy’s National Cybersecurity Agency (ACN), the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO), Women4Cyber Foundation, and more.

The speaker line-up includes Guido Crosetto, Italian Minister of Defence; Bruno Frattasi, Director General, National Cybersecurity Agency (ACN), Italy; Roberto Cingolani, CEO and General Manager, Leonardo; Mauro Macchi, CEO, Accenture; Ivano Gabrielli, Director, Postal Police and Communications Service, Italy; Eva Chen, CEO and Co-Founder, Trend Micro.

From Tel Aviv and Rome to New York, Tokyo, Singapore, Panama, and more, Cybertech is the cyber industry’s foremost B2B networking platform conducting industry-related events all around the globe. Cybertech’s conferences and exhibitions are the go-to place to make business happen and enable individuals to engage with the latest technological innovations, challenges, and solutions to combating threats within the global cyber arena.

Leonardo is a leading global Aerospace, Defence and Security (AD&S) company. With 51,000 employees worldwide, it operates in the fields of Helicopters, Electronics, Aircraft, Cyber & Security, and Space, and is a key partner in major international programs, including Eurofighter, NH-90, FREMM, GCAP, and Eurodrone.

Leonardo has significant industrial capabilities in Italy, the UK, Poland, the US, and Israel and also operates through subsidiaries, joint ventures, and stakes, including Leonardo DRS (80.9%), MBDA (25%), ATR (50%), Hensoldt (25.1%), Telespazio (67%), Thales Alenia Space (33%) and Avio (29.6%).

Listed on the Milan Stock Exchange (LDO), Leonardo reported new orders of €17.3 billion in 2022, with an order backlog of €37.5 billion and consolidated revenues of €14.7 billion. The company is included in the MIB ESG index and has been part of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) since 2010.



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