The italian Digital Security Festival, in its 5th edition, is on its way! An event dedicated to all things cybersecurity and how that impacts our businesses and lives.
This year’s edition has Simon Vumbaca and Scott Anderson listed amongst its international speakers. Their interventions will focus on the more “philosophical” aspects of the implications of digital security and technology in the business context.
Simon Vumbaca, Principal at ASV Private Office in London, and with worldwide reach, renowned for his ability to create very high positive value, scalability and futureproofing in the businesses ASV PO invests in, will discuss the essential necessity for companies to understand their vulnerabilities, to protect their investments and assets from cyber attacks. This is a “must do” primarily to safeguard the intangible value of organisations, often a great multiplier of businesses value, which is inevitably managed through their technological and digital structures.
Scott Anderson, a veteran of the IT industry with experiences at IBM, Hewlett Packard, Experian, Logica, and Capita, and famed for negotiating and finalising global service agreements exceeding 100 million dollars, will converse from the United Kingdom on how cybersecurity represents a significant lever for enhancing companies and their value, also in terms of M&A (Mergers & Acquisitions).
These two prominent international guests will participate in the concluding day of the festival on the 27th of October, which will take place at the prestigious Fondazione Querini Stampalia, in the heart of Venice. They will be engaged in two talks, moderated by Marco Cozzi ☁ and Gabriele Geza Gobbo, co-founders of the DSF.
The Digital Security Festival is recognised a milestone of the European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM), the European Union’s campaign aimed at promoting awareness about information threats. The event, spanning ten days, commences on the 17th of October and sessions can be joined online, off course!
The 20th of October will see the physical opening day, with guests including Guido Scorza, a member of the Guarantor for the protection of personal data. During the week, the festival will reside in various cities in Northern Italy, including Udine, Trieste, Treviso, Verona, and Padova. For more information, you can visit digitalsecurityfestival.it.