Government & Critical Infrastructure APAC 2023

Government & Critical Infrastructure APAC 2023
Spending on cyber security in Asia Pacific (excluding Japan) is expected to grow 16.7 percent to reach $36 billion in 2023. The importance of cyber security for government and critical infrastructure in the Asia Pacific region cannot be overstated. Cybercrime is on the rise in Australia, and the new Risk Management Protocol signed off by Minister for Home Affairs and Cybersecurity Clare O’Neil in February makes it clear – being prepared to respond to a cyber incident is not enough. Ongoing risk management and operational resilience is now a regulatory expectation, not to mention a business imperative. Governments are increasingly reliant on digital technology to deliver services and safeguard their citizens’ data, and cyberattacks have the potential to cause severe disruption, financial losses, and reputational damage.

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The Security Navigator reflects first and foremost the reality of the conflictual nature of cyber warfare. It mirrors the disinhibition of threat actors motivated by state strategies or hacktivism as well as criminal opportunities. In this environment, espionage, sabotage, disinformation and extortion are becoming increasingly i


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CyberSmart 2024: Cybersecurity Faces a Rapidly Changing Landscape

January 25, 2024 | USA

Cybersecurity has always contended with evolving threats. As the internet has become more embedded into social and economic life and smart phones, tablets and other handheld devices become ubiquitous, bad actors have devised new attacks to capitalize on new vulnerabilities. And just as agencies are implementing zero trust architecture to help with this wave, other IT developments are threatening to upend cybersecurity even more. For instance, artificial intelligence is being incorporated into software, even as elected officials and regulatory agencies are trying to develop new rules of the road for its use. At the same time, historically-offline operations technology is beginning to be integrated with IT systems, opening up the OT to attacks that previously weren’t feasible.

Nordic IT Security Event

May 23, 2024 | Sweden

The most reputable cyber security summit in Scandinavia, Nordic IT Security, has been around for 17 years acting as a steering wheel for navigation through the Nordic’s “cybersecurity watch-out” scheme. With its notable speakers and partners the summit provides a platform for seasoned industry professionals to come together and discuss business critical topics. Covering the latest cutting-edge technology the event is designed to secure all the aspects of the 21st century’s global communities challenges. Our research has shown that a great majority of businesses and companies across all industries are likely experiencing the same or similar pain points, so let’s all come together this May in Stockholm and discuss the root causes of these pain points and find the Best solutions.

Cybersecurity Expo

April 25, 2024 | UK

The Cybersecurity Expo aims at individuals looking for a career in cybersecurity and companies aiming to recruit professionals in the field. It offers a unique opportunity for attendees to interact with potential employers, learn about the latest trends and demands in cybersecurity careers, and explore a range of exhibitors and sponsors from well-known companies in the industry. Both industry aspirants and leading agencies and companies in the field of cybersecurity greatly benefit from the event.

Threat Management Practitioner MicroSummit

January 24, 2024 | UK

Attackers employ a variety of threats with the goal of deliberately infiltrating, disrupting, exposing, damaging or stealing from their intended targets. These cyberattacks come in many forms, understanding the various types of cyberthreats and how to properly defend against them is imperative for enabling secure and successful business growth. Following the success of our inaugural Practitioner MicroSummit in December we will be hosting our second event in January. Join us for an afternoon of technical insights where we will look at how the network, endpoint and cloud all provide the necessary information to effectively identify, protect, detect and respond to these threats and Unit 42 - our class-leading Threat Intelligence and consultancy services arm - will bring these data-points into line with the essential processes needed to effectively recover from an attack. Post Summit, join the team for an informal evening reception whilst admiring the best views of London on the 55th floor of our flagship London office at 22 Bishopsgate.

Spotlight

The Security Navigator reflects first and foremost the reality of the conflictual nature of cyber warfare. It mirrors the disinhibition of threat actors motivated by state strategies or hacktivism as well as criminal opportunities. In this environment, espionage, sabotage, disinformation and extortion are becoming increasingly i

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