ICGHIT (International Conference on Green and Human Information Technology) is an international conference focusing on green and information technologies oriented to humanity. The goal of ICGHIT is to form a platform to seek the advancement of green technology and human related IT in an interdisciplinary manner. The main topics of the conference are green IT, communication and IoT, computer and network security, multimedia and signal processing, control and intelligent system, and green IC system design. Many papers on advanced technology will be presented and the various products of multiple companies will be exhibited.
We hope to provide good chances about the topics for technical exchange and advancement, mutual cooperation among the participants, and local development of the country in which the conference holds. We believe that green technology and human IT are able to produce a synergy to enhance human welfare and humanity in present and future technological society.
A philosophy of the conference is the achievement of the dream of IT that is to improve human welfare and happiness. Therefore, we emphasize humanity as well as technology. We hope that you have chances to meet researchers interested in the areas and to be a friend with them. We will make the conference more open and friendly.
CPX 360 – the industry’s premier cyber security summit and expo – brings together the world’s leading cyber security experts to one venue. Gain a deep understanding of current challenges cyber security professionals face. Experience insightful Cyber Talk keynotes, conference sessions, and hands-on labs covering the latest innovations. Register today!
While the proliferation and advancement in recent years of connected devices and the Internet of things has created unprecedented opportunities to enhance operational efficiency, it has led to the convergence of increasingly connected operational technology with enterprise IT systems and increased the attack surface exponentially across critical national infrastructure.
Even as high profile attacks to critical systems raise awareness of the vulnerabilities of embedded systems in modern architecture and the far reaching capabilities of threat actors, the need to protect essential services and control systems networks in many cases remains neglected. Only by taking a systems view and leveraging cross-functional expertise can we hope to develop operational capabilities further in a secure manner and work towards achieving collective resilience throughout the supply chain.
Now in its 4th year, the Cyber Senate Rail 4.0 Cyber Security Summit returns and will take place on February 19th and 20th in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This two day executive forum will include presentations, case studies and multiple cross-disciplinary panel discussion sessions.
Leveraging key insight from the Cyber Senate portfolio of vertical conferences from throughout 2016, 2017 and 2018, this year’s event will be dominated by the best global Technology and Information Security experts across the Rail supply chain, including executive leadership from Rolling Stock companies, Train Operating companies, Rail Cargo and Freight transportation companies and some of the world’s leading CNI cyber security subject matter experts.
Together we will address the escalating cyber risk and resilience challenges associated with connected operational technologies and convergence with enterprise facing architecture. Practitioners will gain further insight into how to best respond to evolving cyber threats, the importance of effective risk management throughout the supply chain, innovations in detection and mitigation, configuration management and how can we incorporate resilience into information systems, critical control system components and business process.
Cybercrimes are still a common occurrence globally and many governments are now paying special attention to protecting their critical infrastructures. Other industries are also improving their cyber security systems since the global WannaCry attack affected many industries.
Cyber Intelligence Asia is now entering its 7th year and we are pleased to announce that we will be holding the event in Bangkok, Thailand on the 26th – 28th February 2019. The event brings together leading cyber security officials from across Asia-Pacific to present case studies of recent cybercrimes they have faced and how they responded to the threat/crime.
As well as focussing on cybercrimes faced in the region, there will also be discussions based on national cyber security strategies and policies, international cooperation, cyber laws and regulations and threat intelligence.
During the event you will also have the opportunity to meet with leading officials from a number of industries such as healthcare, telecoms, utilities and universities. As well as the government officials from across Asia-Pacific.
ICCWS uniquely addresses cyber security, cyber warfare and information warfare.
For the past 14 years ICCWS has developed into an important conference in the cyber-security field, attracting academics, military professionals and practitioners from around the world to present their research findings in the form of empirical studies, case histories and other theoretical and practical contributions. In addition doctoral degree candidates find this conference a valuable opportunity to network with others and have the opportunity to present papers and posters.
Over the years the Conference has been attended by a variety of security and military organisations including Cyber Security Policy Research Institute, more than 10 national defence colleges, NATO, SHAPE etc.
GDPR has been on every Information Security professional’s mind for what feels like forever but finally the new legislation has come into play. There has been a lot of speculation about the aftermath and with complaints filed against leading tech corporations in the first week it is evident the new regulations are being taken very seriously. It is important for all organisations to be compliant, or as compliant as they can be.
Hackers are showing no sign of retreat and are beginning to use AI and machine learning to outsmart defence systems. Whilst legacy systems are still in place in many organisations and others moving whole systems and networks to the cloud – hackers can take advantage of weak points in the structure and gain access with ransomware remaining a common threat. Phishing attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated and there are still stories published regularly about Executives falling into the trap. Not only are CISOs having to monitor the insider threat but they are also still struggling with a skills gap in the industry with limited qualified professionals in the workforce.
However, it is not all doom and gloom for CISOs – awareness is increasing at board level about the importance of investing in security which is leading to profound change and transformation within the industry and it is more important than ever for CISOs to share experiences and solutions to these growing threats.
Tactical Edge brings together recognized leaders and experts in Bogota, Colombia for two days in March, during which they will share their knowledge and their experience with those present.
Our experts will present best practices on how companies in different verticals such as critical infrastructure, retail, finance, healthcare, and others, can protect themselves from existing, and new types, of cyber attacks.
I am excited to introduce ASIS Europe 2019 – From Risk to Resilience
Today’s enterprise is connected, complex and global. Securing innovation and competitive advantage requires simultaneously protecting people, information, products, and property. Rapid, interconnected change, and shifting perceptions of risk and value are key challenges for us as security practitioners.
Our programme is designed to provide unique insights to help you, your teams and your organisation. We will examine evolving security challenges from the perspective of leaders tasked with protecting their organisation’s reputation and most precious assets in a manner that drives business, organisational and cultural goals.
I look forward to welcoming you to Rotterdam.
Eduard Emde, CPP
ASIS Europe 2019
The internet of things (IoT) is a platform that allows a network of devices (sensors, smart meters, etc.) to communicate, analyse data and process information collaboratively in the service of individuals or organisations. The IoT network can generate large amounts of data in a variety of formats and using different protocols which can be stored and processed in the cloud. The conference looks to address the issues surrounding IoT devices, their interconnectedness and services they may offer, including efficient, effective and secure analysis of the data IoT produces using machine learning and other advanced techniques, models and tools, and issues of security, privacy and trust that will emerge as IoT technologies mature and become part of our everyday lives.
Big Data (BD) has core values of volume, velocity, variety and veracity. After collecting much data from IoT, BD can be jointly used with machine learning, AI, statistical and other advanced techniques, models and methods, which can create values for people and organizations adopting it, since forecasting, deep analysis and analytics can help identify weaknesses and make improvements based on different analysis.
Maintaining a high level of security and privacy for data in IoT are crucial and we welcome recommendations, solutions, demonstrations and best practices for all forms of security and privacy for IoT and BD.