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CONFERENCE ROUNDTABLES

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Some upcoming industry trends and issues need more focused discussions, we have introduced focused conference roundtables, led by a primary industry expert. Senior executives from vendor companies have the opportunity to be a part of these focused roundtable discussions as a panelist.

INDUSTRY 4.0

INDUSTRY 4.0

Manufacturers face a plethora of challenges as they strive to get a handle on complex issues. Their vulnerability to operational technology attacks is partly due todigitisation  than other types of industrial processes. some manufacturing facilities offline would cost the company $10m a day.

EDUCATION

EDUCATION

In 2023, the sector saw an average of 2256 cyberattacks per institute, The education sector amounted to 56% of those paying a ransom for data recovery. However, it was also discovered that the data recovery cost dropped from $1.42 million in 2022 to about $1 million in 2023.

GAMER CYBERATTACKS

GAMER CYBERATTACKS

The global gaming community, which currently accounts for nearly half of the world’s population, has grown exponentially in recent years, with millions of gamers worldwide enjoying a wide range of interactive experiences. However, this popularity has also made it a prime target for cybercriminals seeking to exploit its vulnerabilities. The global gaming community, which currently accounts for nearly half of the world’s population

MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT

MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT

In the past decade, cybersecurity incidents at media and entertainment companies have been in the spotlight. The Sony Pictures hack, the Netflix and HBO breaches, and even the German Funke Media Group ransomware attack all hit the headlines. With costs soaring into the millions, the recent breaches of casino companies MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment are also an unfortunate reminder that no company is truly safe.

ENERGY/ OIL & GAS

ENERGY/ OIL & GAS

Weaponizing operational technology environments, 22% of cyberattacks in oil and gas were related to espionage. Ransomware attacks against the energy sector are on the rise - Nuclear and Oil & Gas are major targets in 2024

RETAIL & ECOMMERCE

RETAIL & ECOMMERCE

24% of cyberattacks target retailers, more than any other industry. With over 30 million phishing attacks in the first 10 months of 2023. E-commerce platforms were used as a lure in 43.5% of the attacks.

DEFENCE

DEFENCE

The defence sector operates at the forefront of national security. However, it is also a prime target for cyber adversaries, the troops use advanced tech like drones for surveillance and secure data-sharing systems, backed by satellites and more, Cloud solutions in defense demand heightened cybersecurity.

LAW ENFORCEMENT

LAW ENFORCEMENT

Most cyberattacks on law enforcement were driven by politics or finance, most hacktivists who target law enforcement are less likely to conduct complicated vulnerability exploitations and instead would likely use compromised credentials or other potentially unsophisticated techniques.

FINANCE

FINANCE

Financial services are expected to see a 14% increase in cyberattacks in 2024. Web3 and the rise of threats

HEALTHCARE

HEALTHCARE

The cyberattacks involved data of more than 40 million individual patients in 2023, marking a 60% increase year-over-year for the first six months. The health care sector must brace for increased AI-powered cyberattacks, which are more advanced and adaptable than traditional threats, including highly personalized phishing emails, automated exploitation of IT system vulnerabilities and adaptive malware that evades detection

FROM HACKER TO DEVICE, TO TRANSFER BETWEEN SMART DEVICES

FROM HACKER TO DEVICE, TO TRANSFER BETWEEN SMART DEVICES

Cyber offensives that jump between smart devices, including wearable devices, voice-controlled assistants, smartphones and temperature-control equipment at home

DIGITAL DNA THEFT

DIGITAL DNA THEFT

In 2023, deep fakes became so authentic that not only we see our digital identities being stolen, but also digital versions of our DNAs are also at risk, according to industry experts. Exposing our digital DNA on the internet will enable deep fakes to replicate and create digital humans.