Data Protection and Sectech tracks : 9am to 12pm
Security Conference: 1pm to 5pm, followed by an apéro
Full Day : 9am to 5pm including lunch and apéro
Twenty years ago, trust wasn’t as large on the business radar as it is now. Technology has exacerbated the challenge: in an increasingly digitalised world, it’s harder for businesses to gain – and retain – people’s trust. So which risks arising from connectivity alarm business leaders most?
With new technologies and new uses of existing technologies proliferating, new dangers are emerging – and old ones are getting worse. Leaders are particularly anxious that breaches in data security and ethics, and IT outages and disruptions could impair public trust in their industry. The vast majority are already taking steps to forestall such problems.
Trust is an opportunity, not just a risk. Many CEOs recognise as much: 64% think the way their firm manages data will be a differentiating factor in future. Against this backdrop we have chosen to focus Digital Trust 2017 on trends and key topics playing a major role in digital security.
The event will start with two tracks, and the possibility for you to discover both:
In the afternoon there will be a conference with six plenary sessions presented by experts in a broad range of industries including banking, social media, manufacturing and public administration. We will address trust by answering two main questions:
- What are the risks and approaches to fighting cyber crime at present?
- How can security be better leveraged to operate on a basis of trust in a connected world?
We also believe that enhancing cyber security is a matter of sharing information and working together. So this year we're inviting CLUSIS (the Swiss security association) to our event, and giving you the opportunity to meet them during the day.
We look forward to welcoming you to Digital Trust 2017. We hope you will join us for this opportunity to exchange views with your peers facing similar information security challenges.
Hotel Warwick, Geneva
Data protection and Sectech tracks : 9am - 12pm
Conference: 1pm - 5pm, followed by an apéro
Rue de Lausanne 14,
1201 Geneva, Switzerland
Download here download the programme.
Morning Data protection and Sectech tracks
CHF 200 including welcome coffee and breakfast
CHF 250 including welcome coffee, documentation and apéro
All-day special price
CHF 400 including welcome coffee, lunch, documentation and apéro
include 8% VAT and certificate of participation