Dimitris Raekos, General Manager at ESET Middle East explains as the technology evolves, the barrier between cyber security and physical security are coming down drastically and are creating a new form of challenges and risks.
Kamel Heus, Regional Director, Northern, Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa, Centrify explains he explains how threat actors are relentlessly targeting end users for their credentials to penetrate corporate networks and businesses must be proactive in their cyber security hygiene measures.
Alexander Belyaev, Technical Director at NNTC discusses how artificial intelligence (AI) is being implemented into video surveillance systems. In line with Dubai’s ‘Oyoon’ (‘Eyes’) project, AI-assisted video surveillance designed to tackle crime in the city and help reduce roadside deaths and traffic jams.
Jose Varghese – EVP and Head MDR Services at Paladion shares his views how AI has impacted the world and the sudden rise in the adoption of AI in cyber security itself is already creating its own new skills gap.
Cameron Camp, the security researcher at ESET explains that for various reasons, most of the cities in the world are yet ill-prepared to handle the cyber security risks associated with Smart Cities despite big huge focus on Smart Cities at this year’s CES.