NATO's annual cyber security symposium, NIAS'17, will open its doors on Tuesday 17 October to a record number of delegates. Over 1,600 participants have registered for this year's edition of the symposium, and over 90 exhibitors signed up for the three-day event which is taking place in Mons, Belgium.
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DAY 1 Highlights
- WORKSHOPS on emerging trends in cyber including artificial intelligence detecting adversaries on networks, advanced machine learning, quantum technologies;
- SPEECHES by the Director of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre, the Belgian Deputy Prime Minister responsible for digital affairs and NATO's newest Ally – Montenegro; followed by Industry keynote speeches by CISCO, BT, Leonardo, CenturyLink;
- OPPORTUNITIES to meet with Industry experts and exhibitors and learn about the latest advances in cyber technologies, as well as cyber-related threats and challenges.