Command Control in motion: our photos and videos show you exciting insights into the world of cybersecurity.
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Command Control is the new Cyber Security Summit in Munich showing cybersecurity for companies from a completely new perspective. Every visitor is an active participant, and the event focuses on interaction and exchange focusing five theme worlds.
Discover impressions from Command Control—the Leading Summit for Cybersecurity, which took place from September 20 – 22, 2018 for the first time at ICM – Internationales Congress Center München. We put together some impressions from the summit and statements of our speakers and thought leaders. Have a look and enjoy #CMDCTRL18 in our film. You can look forward with us to #CMDCTRL20, which will take place from March 03 – 04, 2020 in Munich!
Welcoming about 800 participants from 14 countries, Command Control, the new cybersecurity format, has celebrated a successful premiere from September 20 to 22, 2018. At the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München, more than 75 top speakers from the industry, science and politics discussed jointly with managing directors, CEOs, CISOs, CIOs, data protection officers and risk managers on how to implement secure digitization successfully. Besides strategies for the defense against threats, the nearly 100 lectures, discussion panels and workshops were particularly focused on the opportunities this topic provides to companies.
In the run-up to Command Control, we talked with Florian Haacke, head of group security at innogy SE, about cyber security in critical infrastructures. In this video he explains what is especially important in this context.
We spoke with Arne Schönbohm, the President of the BSI (Federal German Office for Information Security) about the importance of cyber security. You can find the highlights of the briefing in this video.