The National Cyber Security Directorate (DNSC) is organizing, on October 12 and 13, the second edition of the international cybersecurity conference – “Bucharest Cybersecurity Conference 2023.”
According to a press release of the institution, sent to AGERPRES on Tuesday, the event will take place at Romexpo and will be held exclusively in English.
“Bucharest Cybersecurity Conference” is a continuation of the #Certcon series of conferences, which have had an important impact over time in the field of cyber security in Romania, bringing together cyber security experts, government officials and policy makers, as well as representatives of private companies from various fields and industries, NGOs and the academic environment.
“The Romexpo conference is an exceptional gathering of industry experts, opinion leaders, decision makers and professionals, providing a platform to discuss and address the most pressing concerns facing the cybersecurity ecosystem today. Bucharest Cybersecurity Conference 2023 is organized in partnership with the Employers’ Association of the Software and Services Industry (ANIS) and the Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance (ARASEC),” mentions DNSC.
The main topics of debate on the “Bucharest Cybersecurity Conference 2023” agenda are: Policy and Regulations in the Cybersecurity Field, NIS Directive Compliance and Implications, European Regulations and their Impact on Cybersecurity Practices, Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Protecting Sensitive Medical Data, Ensuring Cyber Resilience in the Automotive Sector, Cybersecurity Challenges in Retail, Energy, Banking, and Financial Institutions, Education and Competence in Cybersecurity; Fostering a Skilled Workforce, Securing AI Applications in a Connected World, Strengthening Cybersecurity in Supply Chain Networks and Cloud security
The speakers of this event come from distinct backgrounds, including government authorities, or cybersecurity experts and will highlight the latest trends, best practices and strategies to effectively combat cyber threats.