The UAE Cybersecurity Council and Dubai Electronic Security Centre support the all new Cybersecurity Lab
Cyber criminals have changed the way they attack businesses. Security and IT teams must also adapt and learn to mitigate risk. With 6 out of 10 companies suffering some form of cyber-attack in 2020 and a staggering 64% increase of email threats and attacks in 2021, digital and cybersecurity has never been more important for businesses.
Intersec 2022 has developed a program of high level, interactive content and features as the digital and cybersecurity sector rapidly grows and continues to change. With 8 out of 10 of our visitors have expressed a strong interest to purchase and source products related to protecting their digital assets.
The Cybersecurity lab with its range of expert speakers will deliver presentations and discussions around the latest challenges and threats. This includes countering the threat of cyber-attacks against critical infrastructure and organisations as well as developing the use of social media to collect open-source information and digital evidence.
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The Booming Middle East Market
The Middle East cybersecurity pre-COVID 19 market size is projected to grow from USD 16.1 billion in 2020 to USD 28.7 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 12.2%, whereas the post-COVID 19 market size is projected to grow from USD 15.6 billion in 2020 to USD 29.9 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 13.8% during the forecast period. The increased sophistication of cyberattacks across heavy industries to result in financial and reputational losses, stringent government regulations, and cyberattacks due to the proliferation of digitalization are anticipated to be the major market drivers.
The Cybersecurity Lab
For our 23rd edition of Intersec we proudly introduce the all new Cybersecurity Lab. Through our comprehensive 3 day program of high level content, workshops and live demonstrations the Cybersecurity Lab will cover current challenges, future trends and the latest developments within the cybersecurity sector.
Digital Counter Terrorism and Cybercrime
- The lab aims to prevent and mitigate the misuse of technological developments by terrorists and extremists. This includes countering the threat of cyber-attacks carried out by terrorist actors against critical infrastructure and organisations as well as developing the use of social media to collect open-source information and digital evidences to counter online terrorism and violent extremism, while respecting Human Rights.
- The programme shines a light on investigative techniques and forensic capabilities, public private partnerships to prevent cross border terrorism and practical live demos.
|Day One – 16 Jan||Day Two – 17 Jan||Day Three – 18 Jan|
Investigative Techniques & Forensic Capabilities
Detect, identify & deter cyber terrorist attacks
Public Private Partnerships to Prevent Cross Border Terrorism
Strategic and practical challenges of countering terrorism in a global pandemic environment
Live Practical Demos
Tech spotlight: Re- shaping cyber security using AI and block chain
Live Hack: Demonstration of ethical hacking
Cyber Industry Updates
UAE unveils coder training campaign with tech giants Google and Amazon
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, unveiled the agreement with Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Cisco, IBM, LinkedIn, Nvidia and Facebook on Saturday.
Within five years, he wants to train 100,000 programmers and coders, create 1,000 digital companies to boost the Emirati economy and increase government support for start-ups from Dh1.5 billion ($0.41bn) to Dh4bn.
Cybersecurity in the Middle East: A strategic approach to protecting national digital assets and infrastructure
Download PWC’s latest report and find out more about the continuing success of digitization initiatives among the countries of the Middle East, bringing with it an added and growing exposure to the risk of cyber-attacks.
Cyber threats in UAE remain undetected
UAE’s organizations have “outdated” cybersecurity approaches, with many being ignorant of the expanding risk landscape and the crippling costs associated with potential breaches, read more here
Huawei to help establish UAE as cyber security hub
Huawei is working with various government entities to establish the UAE as a “globally trusted digital oasis” that is safe from potential cyber threats, according to its chief security officer for the UAE.
Find out more
Intersec 2022 unites the world of security, emergency response and safety once again in Dubai for its 23rd edition. Future foresight, bilateral cooperation and next generation tech is on the agenda attracting important global experts and influencers.
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