NATO’s largest Cyber Security Conference, NIAS (NATO Information Assurance Symposium), organized by the NCI Agency, will take place in Mons, Belgium on 15-17 October.
This 15th edition of the annual symposium, will focus on: ‘Digital transformation: smart machines for smarter decisions’.
As smart machines proliferate, NATO must be prepared to tap into the potential of these technologies so that Allied leaders can make the right decisions at the right time to protect our infrastructures, troops and populations.
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data are just some of the innovations, which could both threaten NATO missions or support them. The three-day event offers a unique opportunityfor NATO and national leaders, as well as cyber security specialists from across the Alliance, industry and academia to discuss best practices, exchange views and explore innovative cyber security solutions.
This annual symposium also serves as a platform for frontline IT staff and product developers to exhibit their innovations and share their knowledge of these cutting-edge technologies, which could benefit the Alliance.
For more information visit the NIAS website.
To register click here. Note that young people registered at university or working for government (national foreign affairs or military from NATO member states) do not pay an entree fee.