A prominent event that focuses on the convergence of physical security and cybersecurity, the Annual Physical Cyber Convergence Forum (APCCF) takes place every year. It acts as a forum where experts, researchers, and practitioners from a wide range of fields may meet and talk about the difficulties, innovations, and new trends in a subject that is rapidly advancing.
The forum acknowledges the increasing convergence of digital networks and cybersecurity protocols with traditional physical security systems such as surveillance cameras, access restrictions, and alarms. It intends to bridge the gap that has previously existed between these traditionally different domains and investigate the integration, interoperability, and secure administration of both physical and digital assets.
The APCCF offers a full program that may be seen on their website. This program consists of demonstrations, workshops, demonstrations, technical lectures, and keynote addresses. It touches on a wide variety of subjects, such as the security of industrial control systems (ICS), the Internet of Things (IoT), physical security vulnerabilities, cyber-physical attacks, risk management, incident response, and best practices for securing critical infrastructure.