Updated: May 12, 2022
The two-day event that gathered cyber experts & policy makers from around the world has come to a close. Check out some of its highlights
AI, blockchain, quantum computing, next-gen technologies, cybersecurity and digital ecosystems were just a few of the many topics discussed on the main stage of Cybertech Europe in Rome over the past two days. Over 90 companies from 50 countries participated in this event, which drew a crowd of thousands from all over the world.
The event, a Cybertech production in cooperation with Leonardo, was launched by Leonardo CEO, Alessandro Profumo, who talked about the necessity to promote European cyber-cooperation and develop a true culture of security. Some of the other lectures and talks delivered on the first day discussed creating a defense-first approach; humankind and technology; space security; and a special Women4Cyber panel.
On the second day, participants enjoyed talks on cyber resilience for financial services; cyber in European law enforcement; cyber and intelligence; and more. Dozens of companies – from large multinationals to small, innovative startups, presented their latest cutting-edge innovations at the grand exhibition hall on both days.
"When we talk about cybersecurity, it is often associated with problems that impact companies or organizations - while, in reality, it is already part of everyone's life," said Cybertech Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Amir Rapaport.
"Cybersecurity must be treated as a set of fundamental systems ranging from technology to business processes and to people. Our goal is to provide food for thought and solutions to build stronger ecosystems from which can benefit, learn and move with confidence in this highly connected, digital future."