Europe's cybersecurity market is estimated at around 160 billion euros in 2016. In view of the current and future challenges & opportunities, the European Commission has commissioned PwC and LSEC to conduct an analysis of the cyber security market in Europe in order to better understand the current Polish, European and global cybersecurity market landscape.
Are you offering Cyber Security Products or Services in Poland?
You are invited to attend a workshop devoted to the presentation of the first quantitative results of this analysis and to share with LSEC and subsequently the European Commission your perspectives, needs and challenges. A draft of this analysis has already been presented within the framework of the ECSO (European Cyber Security Organization). Workshops to present the results and inform the report are being held in: France, UK, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Poland, and Greece during July, August and September.
• First opportunity to view the research data from the project:
• Share your views and discover the opportunities for your company in a National, European and global context:
Practical Details & Registration:
CIMA - Cyber Security Industry Market Analysis at the CYBERSEC2017 Conference
Tuesday October 10th, from 15.45 pm till 18.30pm
ICE Congress Centre
Participation to this event is free of charge upon prior registration via the event registration page
Special Thanks to our Partners and Host of the Day!
The Kosciuszko Institute
The Kosciuszko Institute is an independent, non-governmental research institute that was founded in 2000 as a non-profit organisation. The institute drafts expert reports and policy recommendations for European and Polish decision makers. The Kosciuszko Institute strives to be a leader of positive change, to create and to promote the best solutions, not only for Poland, but also for Europe and neighbouring states which are in the process of building states based on the rule of law, civil society, and a free market economy. Studies prepared by the institute have not only served as the basis for significant legislative reforms but also as a factual support for the ongoing activities of strategic decision makers.
CYBERSEC2017 CONFERENCE: DIALOGUE WHICH BRINGS SOLUTIONS THAT MATTER
CYBERSEC’s mission is to foster the building of a Europe-wide cybsersecurity system. Our goal is to create a dedicated collaborative platform for governments, international organisations, and key private-sector organisations. CYBERSEC means collaboration, process, and decisions. During this unique Europe-wide, annual public policy conference, we get together to tackle strategic cyberspace and cybersecurity problems. Based on the outcomes of our discussions and analyses, we talk and break problems down in order to identify the most immediate security challenges in cyberspace; We develop practical recommendations that increase the effectiveness of fight against cyberthreats at global and local levels alike (NATO, the EU, individual countries and sectors); We provide a stimulus for introducing new cybersecurity regulations and strengthening international cooperation. The conference responds to the growing need for debate on the most strategic challenges of digital transformation. In the age of new and perilous threats that trouble Europe, CYBERSEC provides guidance on the directions of change and at the same time fills the gap in the cybersecurity events calendar.