Enabling Partnerships for a Digitally Secure Future for the EU
On 12 and 13 May 2016, the Netherlands Presidency of the Council of the European Union is hosting the High Level Meeting on Cyber Security. The target audience is high-level senior officials responsible for cyber security (Director-General level) and CEOs or board members of security and ICT-related organizations and critical infrastructure.
The objective of the meeting is to bring public and private partners together to discuss current trends in the digital domain and what opportunities and risks they contain for the future of cyber security. This public-private cooperation is essential for a comprehensive and effective response to current and future cyber threats, and will therefore be an integral part of the programme.
In the various interactive sessions, the discussion focusses on topics such as standardization, vulnerability disclosure and education in response to developments such as the Internet of Things, interconnectedness, and increasing complexity and dependence on ICT-based products and services. The goal is to identify next steps and approaches that can or should be taken complementary to the steps the EU and Member States have already taken in the last few years in the field of cyber security.
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