Protecting National Infrastructure against Cyber Threats
The challenges and the opportunities which come from cyberspace have society-wide implications which cannot be governed or managed by governments alone. The majority of Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) such as energy and water supplies, transport networks, financial institutions, public services, emergency services and telecommunications providers is in the hands of the private sector. But what is their contribution to national cyber defence and security? How does the interaction between the public and private sectors affect the capacity to respond to cyber-related threats? How can this be developed and implemented effectively on the national and international stage?
Access to this event is limited to those with accreditation to the London Conference on Cyberspace.