Over the past eight years, Cyber Week has become internationally acclaimed as one of the top cybersecurity events in the world.
Cyber Week offers a unique gathering of cybersecurity experts, industry leaders, startups, investors, academics, diplomats, and government officials. With more than 8,000 attendees from more than 80 countries, this conference offers a thought-provoking exchange of knowledge, methods, and ideas that you won’t want to miss.
Events will run for a full week and include over 50 roundtables, panels, workshops, forums, BSides, competitions, and more. For specific information on what each event has to offer please read more here.
Merely a year after the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), companies and privacy practitioners are already in the midst of the next major compliance project, preparing to implement California’s new Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
In this training session, experts explain the similarities and differences between GDPR and CCPA, helping participants prepare their organizations to comply with both.
Special focus will be placed on the challenges for Israeli companies, which often need to implement both US and EU laws in addition to local privacy and data security regulations.Register Now
Over the past decades, technology companies have created immense economic value through advances in computing and communications, the Internet and mobile, connected devices and the Internet of Things.
These innovations have revolutionized industry sectors ranging from telecoms and media to healthcare, finance, transportation and retail, generating unique benefits for individuals as well as for companies, governments and society at large.
Yet with critics warning about the growth of tech companies to unprecedented size, policymakers have begun to consider the effect of new platforms and business models on competition, the economy, politics and speech.
This debate enriches the already robust discussion about the implications of data-rich technologies for privacy and security. In this session, policymakers, industry leaders and academics discuss the effects of the digital economy on privacy, security, and competition.
They assess ways to regulate tech innovators to protect the rights of individuals and new upstarts without sacrificing progress and economic growth.Register Now