Fri, 16 Oct 2020
On Thursday 15th October, the CYBERPOL Global Cyber Security Summit reviewed and anticipated multiple security threats such as cyber terrorism and insider threats.
The virtual summit was streamed via Facebook, LinkedIn, Zoom and YouTube, to offer a comprehensive understanding of the main challenges, capturing lessons learned and best practices, providing operational insights as well as strategic advice on the way ahead to combat cybercrime.
The Alderman said: “The summit addressed key issues such as cyber security policy and strategy, future cyber threats and landscape changes since Covid-19, and the cost of cyber-attacks from 2019 to 2025.”
“There was a focus upon collective innovative strategies and targeted responses to the evolving threats, including protection of critical assets. There were insights into working with cross Industry/Government partners to enhance cyber resilience, before turning to supporting transnational cyber-counter crime operations internationally and optimising the use of technology to increase safety and security.”
Alderman Emma Edhem is an elected member of the Upper House of the City of London Corporation, Chairman of the Turkish British Chamber of Commerce and Industry and is joined by key security players who represent Governments, corporations, banks, private businesses, academics, thinktanks, the military and other partners.
For further information, please visit https://www.cyberpolsummit.com/