Paris on November 22
For the sixth consecutive year, the public and private actors of cybersecurity as well as all the actors concerned by these questions, administrations, communities and companies, will meet again in Paris to discuss the public policies of cybersecurity and better apprehend the big tendencies of this cybersociety in which we evolve today. This day, which welcomes between 400 and 500 listeners, is placed under the dynamic of the state actors, French and European, in charge of cybersecurity, and the elected representatives, parliamentarians or local elected officials, involved in these questions. It allows the auditors to better understand the regulatory framework in which they will have to register, the public policies that are carried out, and how cybersecurity must be inserted in the context of the digital projects they have to conduct.
The # RPCyber2018 will be devoted to the theme:
Military Programming Law, NIS directive, RGPD, cybersecurity package, eIDAS, Cyberdefense Strategic Review …
and after, what are the declensions in terms of public policies?
The morning will be structured around two round tables, one led by French parliamentarians who will address the following topic:
Military Programming Law, Cyber Defense Strategic Review, eIDAS Regulation, RGPD, NIS Directive … What are the implications of public cybersecurity policies seen by French parliamentarians?
Will participate in this round table Eric BOTHOREL, Deputy of Côtes-d’Armor, Olivier CADIC, Senator of French established outside France, member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defense and Armed Forces, Catherine MORIN-DESAILLY, Senator of Seine-Maritime, President of the Committee on Culture, Education and Communication and Gwendal ROUILLARD, Member of Parliament for Morbihan, member of the National Defense and Armed Forces Commission.
Another one around European representatives who will make a point on the axes of work on digital security of the various European institutions on subject:
European Cybersecurity Strategy, eIDAS Regulation, RGPD, NIS Directive, Cybersecurity Act … What are future developments for European cyber security actors?
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