Many European governments are looking at the building stronger defence systems to potential cyber attacks to their critical infrastructure. Many criminals are using new and sophisticated methods to breach cyber defences.
Cyber Intelligence Europe will bring together leading government officials from across Europe to discuss the latest threats being faced in their nation. With the world becoming more digitalised year on year it is imperative that cyber security systems are up to date and secure from breaches. With the increase in smart cities across Europe and the developments in 5G networks cyber criminals can gain access to major city infrastructures remotely whilst hiding their identity within the darknet.
As well as discussing the latest cyber threats and challenges to government departments the event will also focus on the importance of threat intelligence, new cybercrime trends, digital programs, cyber laws and regulations, European policies and strategies and international cooperation.
Cyber Intelligence Europe will be taking place in Oslo, Norway on the 1st - 3rd March 2022. During the event you will have the opportunity to meet with international senior government officials as well as key officials from the Italian government and armed forces.
- Bente Hoff, Head, National Cyber Security Centre, National Security Authority, Norway
- Brigadier General Anton Rog, Head, National Cyberint Center, Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI)
- Edvardas Sileris, Head of European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Europol
- David van Weel, Assistant Secretary General, Emerging Security Challenges, NATO
- Robin Bakke, Specialist Director Cyber Security, Department of Public Security, Ministry of Justice and Public Security, Norway
- Heiko Lohr, Head of Cybercrime Sub-Directorate, Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), Germany
- Colonel Michele Turi, Director, NATO Modelling and Simulation Centre of Excellence
- Dr. Alessio Quaranta, Director General, Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC)
- Neil Walsh, Chief of Cybercrime, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism Department, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
- Dana Toren, Head of Cyber Defense Center, National Cyber Directorate, Israel
- Blerim Krasniqi, Head of IT Forensics, Kosovo Agency of Forensics
- Eirik Troones Hansen, Prosecutor, Cybercrime section, National Criminal Investigation Service, Norway
- Velimir Radicevic, Project Assistant on Cyber/ICT Security Issues, OSCE
- Professor Mugavero, President, OSDIFE
- Tuesday 1st March 2022: 08.30 –17.00 Interactive Workshop
- Wednesday 2nd March 2022: 08.30 –17.10 Conference and Exhibition Day 1
- Thursday 3rd March 2022: 08.30 –16.30 Conference and Exhibition Day 2
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VenueRadisson Blu Hotel Scandinavia Oslo
Holbergsgate 30, NO-0166