Opening Keynote Cyberwar: What the new threat landscape means for media and broadcast

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15 Sep 2017
Understanding what exactly the risks posed in a cyber arms race are is half the battle. This session takes a deep dive into the international risk landscape and uncovers who or what media and broadcasters should be worrying about now and next. Whether it is state-organised hacks or kids in bedrooms, you will be bought up to speed on current trends, challenges and risks that matter to your audiences and organisation.
Paul Rosen, Former DHS Chief of Staff - Partner, Crowell & Moring, LLP
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