Cyber Future Dialogue brings about Cyber Future Foundation’s commitment to raise Hope for a secure future and serve with Humility towards advancing trust in cyberspace for the Humanity.
DAVOS, Switzerland (PRWEB) January 14, 2020
For the third year, the Cyber Future Dialogue will be held at the historic Schatzalp Hotel, overlooking the Davos Promenade. The date of this year’s Dialogue is 21, January 2020, from 10:00 until 18:00 local time.
“Citizens, businesses and nations around the world are grappling with the challenges and consequences of ever-increasing cyber-attacks and disruptions,” said Valmiki Mukherjee, Founder & Chairman of Cyber Future Foundation. “Cybersecurity has become a key topic for Boards and Executive suites, which now demands executive decisions and actions. It is absolutely essential for leaders to come together to focus and deliberate on the fundamental aspects of cyber risk, and address this collectively. This goal can only be achieved through collaboration and informed decision-making at the highest levels. Captains of industry, government leaders, and cyber security experts must begin to work together to make these decisions and put them into action, as with any other business imperative. Only then can we hope to reverse the threats now upon us.”
The mission of the Cyber Future Dialogue is to develop a set of guiding principles which address the challenges, and harness the potentials of global connectedness in cyber space. This includes the basic elements of CyberSecurity, CyberEducation, CyberRisk and CyberPeace.
For more information on this event, including discussion topics and bios for past and present speakers and delegates, please visit the event website at: http://www.cyberfuturedialogue.org. It will be streamed live from Cyber Future Foundation’s YouTube channel at: http://bit.ly/37MBNo0.
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Cyber Future Foundation (CFF), is a Dallas, Texas-based 501(c)(3) non-profit. CFF’s mission is to provide guidance and certification for educational programs in cybersecurity world-wide, contribute to the development of effective public policies in cybersecurity, create a platform for developing trust in cyber space, serve as a super-connector for global cybersecurity thought leaders and catalyze collaborative efforts through its network of alliances and public-private partnerships. Please visit our website at: http://www.cyberfuturefoundation.org
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