The European Cyber Security Conference, now in its 9th edition, will be held in Brussels and online in March 2022.
This Forum Europe conference, organized in partnership with the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO), will bring together leading policymakers, industry players, and high-level cyber security and defense experts to discuss Europe’s response to cyber security issues in a dynamically evolving global risk landscape and what the next steps for all actors in the ecosystem should be to create a safe and secure environment that allows Europe to leverage the tremendous socio-economic opportunities.
- Secure data – The European Cyber Security Policy landscape: NIS 2, CER and the Cyber Resilience Act
- 5G – 5G and the Internet of Secure Things
- Future tech – Cyber security and Future Technologies
- AI for Security Operations Centre
The world in 2030 and beyond will be a significantly different place from the world we are familiar with right now. 5G is expected to play a significant role in the construction of the 2020s and the molding of a connected, smart, and intelligent wireless world. A new linked society is already beginning to form — a ‘network of networks’ that is driven by a variety of access technologies, including Wi-Fi, small cells, satellite, and terrestrial mobile networks, in addition to traditional mobile networks.
However, given the rate at which technology is evolving, it is conceivable that the boundaries of 5G as we know and understand it now will have been reached by 2030. Projections for the next phase of 5G, as well as the introduction of early phases of 6G, will be well underway by this time.
The Wireless World Research Forum’s 2022 Huddle, the 8th edition of its flagship series, will focus on the continuous path of technical improvement up to 2030 and beyond, as well as the transition towards 5G and future wireless connection. The event will be held in San Francisco, California.
The 10th Annual European Cyber Security Conference 2023
This conference will be hosted in a hybrid format, and in-person attendance will be limited to 120 people.
This event will have a major in-person component, and demand is expected to be high. If you are interested in attending the conference in person, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. Sessions will be live-streamed on our events platform for those who cannot attend in person.
The European Cyber Security Conference, now in its ninth year, will be held in Brussels and online in March. This Forum Europe conference, organized in collaboration with the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO), will explore Europe’s response to cyber security issues in a dynamically evolving global risk landscape and what the next steps for all ecosystem actors should be to create a safe and secure environment allowing Europe to leverage the tremendous socio-economic opportunities.
6G is predicted to usher in a new era of seamless and unlimited connectivity between the internet and everyday life beyond 2030. Billions of connected humans and ‘things’ such as robots, automobiles, drones, and other gadgets will generate zettabytes of digital data.
If used correctly, 6G has the ability to improve practically every aspect of civilization, including how we live, work, and care for our planet.
With early visions of 6G developing, WWRF’s 2023 Huddle will examine the motivations and goals that will be critical in ensuring these visions are realized, as well as the significant difficulties that will need to be overcome in order for these to be delivered to the connected and unconnected world. It will investigate how 6G will begin to integrate the physical and digital worlds, as well as how existing and new technologies might work together to enable intriguing new use cases and applications. It will examine the opportunity that 6G brings in creating a beneficial influence on businesses and communities all around the world by concentrating on key issues such as security, sustainability, inclusivity, and digital transformation.
As we embark on the journey toward 6G, governments, connectivity providers, researchers, and other important stakeholders must collaborate to identify the roles that must be played to guarantee that this is also a path toward a better tomorrow. The WWRF Huddle will provide you with the opportunity to do so.
European Space Forum 2023
The famous European Space Forum’s return to the great city of Brussels in 2023 has been confirmed, and attendees are encouraged to mark their calendars. This extraordinary event will bring together a varied group of powerful stakeholders, recognized thought leaders, and ardent space enthusiasts for a two-day immersive experience unlike any other.
The European Space Forum is the ideal platform for fostering critical discussions, engaging in stimulating debates, and exploring the vast realm of possibilities that lie ahead, with a laser focus on the fundamental pillars of security and defense, sustainability, competition, innovation, and connectivity. Participants at the forum will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to address the serious issues that Europe faces in pursuing its space objectives, while also reinforcing Europe’s position as a formidable and resilient global leader in the space market.
The European Space Forum serves as a catalyst for knowledge exchange and collaboration against the backdrop of a developing space sector. Participants will participate in thought-provoking discussions, examine emerging trends, and discover new solutions that will define the future of space exploration and utilization. The event provides an invaluable opportunity for meaningful relationships, network expansion, and defining a path toward a wealthy and interconnected future in the cosmic realm.
Attendees are encouraged to join them in Brussels on an exciting voyage of discovery and progress. The European Space Forum 2023 aims to be a historic event, demonstrating Europe’s ongoing commitment to pushing the boundaries of human knowledge, securing its leadership position, and altering the global space scene. Those who want to be a part of this revolutionary experience that will affect the future of our exploration of the cosmos should not pass up this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.