The 2020 edition of Moldova Cyber Week – ‘Building a strong cybersecurity infrastructure in the New Normal’ – takes place on 25-27 November in Chisinau, co-organised by the EU4Digital Cybersecurity East project.
Moldova Cyber Week – which has been held annually since 2012 – is organised by the Information Technology and Cyber Security Service and Technical University of Moldova under the patronage of the Government of the Republic of Moldova, with the support of the European Union, and the extensive participation of the EU4Digital Cybersecurity East project.
The online event is aimed at stakeholders working as part of the cybersecurity ecosystem and experiencing cyber threats on a day to day basis.
This year, the impact of COVID-19 has made organisations adopt multiple technologies such as Cloud, Mobility, and Internet of Things (IoT), and this has opened up a whole new avenue for cyber threats and crimes, requiring a comprehensive, integrated and critical approach at addressing the cyber security challenges. Moldova Cyber Week will address these challenges in the realm of national and regional contexts and explore further the challenges posed by cyber security in the age of the ‘New Normal’.
Moldova Cyber Week will include keynotes, in-depth panel discussions, networking opportunities, Q&A sessions and deep dives into actionable insights that strengthen cybersecurity strategies for the future. Experts from the Cybersecurity East will take part in the panel discussions, presentations, and webinars throughout the three-day event.