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CYBERSEC GLOBAL 2020 Communication Efforts Supported by Cardinal Cryptography

Antoni Zolciak


Sep 18, 2020

2 min read

This year’s CYBERSEC GLOBAL 2020 speakers and program committee consists of representatives from NATO, the European Commission, European Parliament, publicly-traded companies, and national governments.

We are delighted to announce that Cardinal Cryptography will be supporting CYBERSEC GLOBAL 2020’s communication efforts. This European Cybersecurity Forum is one of the most important and high-profile events in the area of cybersecurity, organized by the Kosciuszko Institute—a leading non-governmental and non-profit think tank, and research institution. The Institute’s mission is to act in the interest of the socio-economic development and security of Poland as a proactive member of the European Union and NATO.

This year, the event is taking place online. The binge-conferencing experience starts on 28th September and will last for three days until the 30th of September.

Cardinal Cryptography’s in-house marketing department is perfectly positioned to support CYBERSEC’s activities due to its vast understanding of the topic. Cardinal’s core area of expertise is to research and develop emerging technologies such as Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT), blockchain, and machine learning. Cardinal Cryptography brought a new type of peer-reviewed consensus protocol to the market—Aleph Zero.

Launched in 2015, CYBERSEC is a successful and well-established annual public policy conference dedicated to strategic security aspects of the global technology revolution. Having responded to the need for trust-based, multilateral, and cross-sectoral cooperation, CYBERSEC has quickly gone beyond a typical conference format, giving rise to thriving international community experts and professionals.

CYBERSEC Global 2020 will rally under the banner: “Together Against Adversarial Internet.” This is because the Internet, one of the greatest inventions of the last century that completely transformed our lives, is rapidly moving us to a new, fully digital world. From the very beginning of mankind’s history, each innovation has always been accompanied by new threats. New technology enabled both the well-being of societies and adversarial, malicious activities.

The entire list of the speakers and the members of the program committee is available here.

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