In today`s era of mass adoption of digital technologies, when Internet connectivity no longer begins and ends with business correspondence and contact lists, but extends to household appliances and users` personal lives, security technology is lagging behind. Even governments cannot fully guarantee the safety of information of national importance. How is it possible to stop the impending wave of so-called “cybercrime?” How can a balance be found between growing security requirements and protecting personal information?
Director for work with private clients, Group-IB
Staff writer Politifact
Director of Risk Analysis and Control Department PWC
UK National Technology Adviser
General Manager Emerging Markets for Europe, Middle East and Asia at Amazon
Vice-Minister of Information and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan