The Security Research Event consisting of two components: SRIE demonstrates the strength and inspiring results of innovation and triple helix cooperation in the security domain. It is free to attend and will attract visitors from all over Europe, including policy makers, industry representatives, practitioners and researchers. During the SRIE a video crew will be present to make a recap video of the event. The European Commission adopted an important set of measures that will help to manage migration more effectively, improve the internal security in the EU and safeguard the principle of free movement of persons. This brings opportunities for new technologies on for example the use of unmanned systems and sensors for border protection to ensure strong and shared management of external borders. Research and innovation on radicalisation and terrorism lead to new insights and technologies for strengthening European resilience against these threats. Cybercrime and Law Enforcement Technologie. Financial Investigations and Fraud. Satellite observation is growing rapidly as a sector and the use of satellite data for security is coming up strongly.
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Internet freedom can help foster democracy, freedom and innovation, as well as social and economic growth. In the Netherlands, government authorities, companies and experts are working to increase openness, freedom and security in the cyber domain. This is often done in collaboration with international partners: The Netherlands wants its approach to serve as an example to other countries. Only by working together can we optimise digitisation opportunities, stand up to security threats and protect fundamental rights and values.
A national Matchmaking Event for Cyber Security research to bring academic, public and private parties together as well as different research disciplines.
Professional Chinese visitor delegations from areas such as education, scientific research, culture and tourism will be in attendance, alongside multiple Chambers of Commerce, government groups, industry leaders, and professionals from major local enterprises across the many provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions of China. In addition to the above, the expo will include representatives from Chinese ecommerce and internet technology giants like Alibaba, JD.
Initial inquiries and bookings for CIIE indicate that attendance numbers will be unprecedented for the first-of-its-kind international trade forum. Interest is being driven by the growth of imports into China in that totaled almost RMB Six of the industries earmarked as having the biggest growth potential in the area of cross-border trade, which will be heavily featured at CIIE, are food and agricultural products; garments and consumer products; consumer electronics and household appliances; automobiles; medical instruments, medicine, and healthcare; and intelligent hi-tech equipment.
With less than days to go, preparations are now in full swing with a series of demand-matchmaking sessions for each exhibition area scheduled to take place ahead of the landmark event this November. CIIE, an important platform to promote bilateral trade relations between China and the world, will be held on November 5, In total, more than 2, companies will participate in the expo, including more than Fortune companies and industry-leading companies.
As the first national expo themed on import of the world, CIIE is a unique and great beginning of the international trade promotion field. In addition, a select group of 98 state-owned enterprises will form the first batch of buyers. In total, over , domestic and foreign buyers are expected to attend. To maximize the opportunity for all exhibitors, organizers have arranged a series of satellite events and demand-matchmaking exercises to boost transactions and support attendees ahead of the main event this November.
European Cyber Security Month 2018
Trade shows, seminars and online matchmaking Infosecurity Belgium Trade shows, seminars and online matchmaking Fox-IT at the number one IT Security Trade Show in Belgium Spam, phishing, hackers and increasingly advanced forms of cybercrime are real threats to the economy. The Infosecurity trade show engages on current issues in IT security. We are looking forward to seeing you at stand
THE HAGUE, The Netherlands PRWEB September 13, At more than 50 events during the course of the week, hundreds of experts on Internet security and cybercrime from government, business and science will be sharing their knowledge, discussing the latest developments and pitching new innovative ideas. Together with around visitors, they will be looking for solutions to one of the biggest challenges in our modern, digital world: For various reasons, cyber security has been featuring in the headlines increasingly frequently.
Our digital security expressly requires innovative solutions based on international cooperation between countries and their cyber professionals. An important issue here is the current lack of cyber security professionals with which governments, businesses and knowledge organizations are having to contend. Both developing and motivating this cyber security talent as well as working together on innovative security solutions are key themes during this 3rd edition of Cyber Security Week.
As an international data hub and digital entry point to Europe, the Netherlands plays an important role when it comes to tackling these threats and optimally guaranteeing the cyber security of our critical infrastructure. For that reason, public authorities, educational institutions and businesses need to join forces to train, attract and retain more talent. That is why it is important to teach children digital skills from an early age. From primary school to university, educating cyber talent has to be high on the agenda.
We want everyone to participate so we can all work together to create a safe society. Many big and small companies specializing in cyber security will also be present.
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Many of the decisions are not yet taken like the pricing and integration schemes or the road map. The Japanese market expects you to be much more mature. Part of the challenge in doing business with Japanese partners he says is bridging the gap between their expectation and the realities of the startups in that they run a different type of course both in their development of the product as well as a company. A cultural hurdle that Kozlovski says needs to be overcome is the issue of trust.
It can take time he explains for them to appreciate your expertise in a certain domain. However in the field of cyber security, Israeli companies have an advantage to vault over the normal processes because the Japanese acknowledge that they need the Israeli innovation.
The Enterprise Europe Network the Netherlands invites you to join the international Cyber Security, Technology & Innovation matchmaking event on 4 & 5 October. The matchmaking event offers you the opportunity to attend pre-arranged meetings with new international partners, customers and suppliers within the security domain.
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The matchmaking event offers you the opportunity to attend pre-arranged meetings with new international partners, customers and suppliers within the security domain. The CSWmatch provides companies, corporations, practioners, researchers and investors the right contacts to seize the opportunities and build collaboration across the borders.
During this week, The Hague will be the centre for the cyber security community. More than 70 events will provide the opportunity to meet key players, discuss the latest developments, share knowledge and pitch innovative ideas for funding. During this week, The Hague is the center for the cyber security community. Dozens of events will provide the opportunity to meet key players, discuss the latest developments, share knowledge and to pitch innovative ideas for funding!
Access to Talent The first day of the Cyber Security Week will be dedicated to spark the interest of youngsters for the field of cyber security. Qualified personnel is of vital importance for the creation of innovative security solutions and thus the protection of organisations and society as a whole. Several events will be organised, including a Hacklab to promote the security sector to primary school students.
The event will take place on October 14th, at the Zuiderstrandtheater in The Hague. Reasons to organize this event are the upcoming third national cybersecurity research tender funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO , the taskforce SIA, the Ministry of Security and Justice and the Internal Security Fund of the European Union, executed by NWO and SIA and the desire to identify improvements in cybersecurity higher education, to better match the needs of the public and private sector.
The event is for everyone, interested or involved in cybersecurity research, development, innovation and education. Matchmaking During the day there will be several opportunities to meet up with potential partners. When you fill out the registration form you will be asked to fill out a profile and to state an offer or request. On September 1st starts the specific meeting selection for the speed dates.
The Cyber Intelligence B2B Matchmaking event CyberMatch, organised by Enterprise Europe Network, its partners and Moldovan Technology Transfer Network at the International Security Expo offers businesses operating in the Cyber Intelligence and Information Security sectors from all around the world the opportunity to meet, build partnerships, and develop collaborations in pre-arranged tailored .
It is also a historic opportunity for companies across the world to take their first steps towards entering the huge Chinese market. The Expo is expected to attract about thousand professional purchasers from over countries and regions. Chinese consumers have a rapidly-growing demand for high quality products and services. The first Hongqiao International Trade Forum will also be hosted during the Expo, along with other supporting activities such as supply-demand matchmaking meetings, seminars and new product releases.
The Country Pavilion for Trade and Investment is exclusively reserved for national exhibitions. Countries and regions will be invited to showcase their strengths in the areas of trade and investment, including goods and services, industrial development, investment and tourism, as well as representative products. The Chinese government will provide exhibition space free of charge for all countries joining the Country Pavilion.
China will also provide some direct aid and logistical support available for developing countries. The Enterprise and Business Exhibition Area will consist of displays of goods in different categories, including:
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Including an exposition for national and international organisations to display their innovative cyber security solutions, a matchmaking programme with pre-arranged meetings, an Access to Capital Event, an Access to Talent Event and dozens of other cyber security related keynotes, sessions and workshops.
Avoid the lines on Monday! Pre-registration will be available at the Welcome Reception. Back to Top The first day will provide expert insight into issues and the strategies required to address them. The content will be delivered through a series of panels, keynotes and one-on-one interviews with individuals that understand the challenges small and medium businesses face. As with all Wall Street Journal events, our experts are not on-stage to sell something, they are there to help.
How to prepare a plan for dealing with a cyber-breach, including who to involve, who to call and what to say to customers. Navy and the City of San Diego, shares five essential steps for companies without big budgets. How should you manage the relationship, what questions should you ask and what pitfalls should you avoid? How to keep them happy. Also, how to avoid collateral damage from your partners.