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The Cybersecurity Conference 2024

The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency is proud to announce that this year's Cybersecurity Conference will take place in Stockholm on 14-15 October.

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The conference is free of charge.

The 2024 conference will focus on key EU policies including NIS2 and the advancements in research and innovation that will shape cybersecurity efforts across public and private sectors in the coming years.

Over two eventful days, topics such as the implementation of the NIS2 Directive, insights from successful partnerships between the private and public sectors, and the needs of the industry will be navigated through a plenary programme and optional breakout sessions in smaller groups.

As a leading platform for gathering cybersecurity expertise, the conference will bring together the latest news from national and international experts within the private and public domain, including guests from the Government Offices of Sweden, Government agencies, the EU, the industry and the academia.

In between sessions, you will have the opportunity to meet our exhibitors, engage in discussions with industry experts and network with  colleagues within the information and cybersecurity field.

  • Program day 1: Challenges and Needs

    Block 1: Opening
    Block 2: What must be done now?
    Part 1: EU Cybersecurity Regulations

    PAUSE

    Part 2: Breakout session – Regulatory challenges

    LUNCH

    Block 3: Why now? Cybersecurity Sit-rep
    Part 3: Situation Report

    FIKA

    Part 4: The skills supply challenge

    PAUSE

    Block 4: Cybersecurity in the EU and NATO
    Part 5: EU, NATO and Sweden
    Block 5: Conclusion of Day 1

  • Program day 2: Solutions, Possibilities and the Way Forward

    Block 6: Opening
    Block 7: How do we finance what we need?
    Part 6: Available Financial Support

    PAUSE

    Part 7: Breakout sessions

    LUNCH

    Block 8: How can we secure the future supply of skills?
    Part 8: Information and Cybersecurity Education in Sweden

    PAUSE

    Block 9: What help is available?
    Part 9: Breakout session – State Support Services

    FIKA

    Block 10: What support can the EU and NATO provide?
    Part 10: Initiatives in the EU and NATO
    Block 11: Conclusion of day 2

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Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or ECCC. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them

Occasions

Last day for registration: 7 October 2024
City: Stockholm
Location: Elite Hotel Marina Tower
Time: 8:00 AM
Length: Two days

Latest reviewed: 3 July 2024

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