Now in its fifth year, Cyber Trends draws on the experience of industry practitioners, government representatives, and researchers to examine the current trends and what is on the horizon for the cybersecurity ecosystem, across the UK and around the world.
This year the debates will consider the impact of the global pandemic on the current and future cyber scene. We are at a critical juncture where new trends are appearing and transformative initiatives are taking place.
Key questions that will be addressed at Cyber Trends 2021:
- 2020 was a unique year for e-crime and cybersecurity—which trends will be temporary and which ones are to remain in the future?
- In 2020, various disruptive collaborative initiatives, such as Domain Trust, were set in motion—are we observing a global trend? How deep will their impact be?
- Next Generation Internet—is cybersecurity really becoming more inclusive and diverse? How will this impact its future?
CentralNic Registry's Head of Policy, Kelly Hardy, will be participating in a discussion alongside panelists from ICANN, Microsoft and Nominet on: Domain Trust, a Project to Shape the Future of the Internet.
It promises to be a fascinating session full of insight and debate.
The event will be held on Wednesday May 26th from 2pm - 4:30pm BST and it's free to attend.
We'd love to see you there!