With a primary focus on Prioritising Cyber Resilience, the Global Cyber Conference will delve into three key sub-themes: Cyber Governance, Cyber Risk Management, and Cyber Technologies. Each of these sub-themes will be explored in detail, with the objective to provide attendees with the comprehensive knowledge and tools they need to address the complex challenges of cyber security in today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape

14 September at Gallery


In today's digital landscape, cyber resilience has become a crucial aspect of business resilience. It is imperative for businesses to mobilize a collective response to safeguard critical assets and mitigate systemic damage. Effective governance foundations are required to manage cyber risks, and regulatory enforcement is needed to increase cyber resilience. However, it is equally important to balance compliance demonstration with organizational security measures.

With the introduction of the new Swiss Data Protection Act, business leaders must be aware of the challenges and solutions related to privacy by design for Swiss organizations. Moreover, businesses must strive for global privacy adequacy beyond compliance with Swiss and European regulations.

International collaboration is of utmost importance for achieving secure cyberspace. Furthermore, organizations must prepare for geopolitical cyber instability and address information security at the executive and board levels.

15 September at Gallery


Managing cyber risk has become a crucial aspect of every organisation's operations. To effectively manage these risks, organisations must assess and integrate cyber risk management across their entire structure. This involves embedding cyber risk management into decision-making processes and third-party risk management strategies.

Supply chain risks can be mitigated through a comprehensive cyber security strategy and stakeholder engagement. Case studies of successful risk management can provide valuable insights into building digital trust. Additionally, it is important to prepare critical third parties for cyber crises and embed security by design in all processes.

Cyber risk quantification is essential for multinational organisations to manage their security risks in emerging technologies such as AI and edge computing. Developing and executing cyber security risk mitigation strategies and plans is crucial for protecting organisations from cyber-attacks.

14 & 15 September at Ballroom


The role of CISOs is crucial in supporting the transformational changes of next-generation cyber technologies and leveraging emerging tech to drive strategic business outcomes. Applying a zero-trust approach to secure the entire digital trust is necessary, along with securing the increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

Migrating to the cloud raises network security challenges, but security-by-design can be applied to emerging technologies like AI, Blockchain, and Metaverse to prevent security breaches. Identity and access management can be enhanced using embedded authenticators, and targeted ransomware attacks can be tackled by recovering from them.

Relying solely on XDR, EDR, and NDR for cybersecurity might not prevent the next cyber attack. The advent of quantum computing might impact cybersecurity, so measures must be taken to address this issue. The current threat landscape is potent, but AI has the power to enhance cybersecurity.


As the conference draws closer, the final program will be published to provide a comprehensive overview of the keynotes, panel sessions, and speakers. We are committed to delivering an engaging, marketing-free, and informative conference that will equip participants with the knowledge and tools they need to address the complex challenges of cyber security in today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape.