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News - March 16, 2024

This April 17th and 18th, Rome will host the Cyber Crime 2024 conference

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The eagerly awaited Cyber Crime 2024 conference, set to take place on April 17th and 18th in Rome, is poised to introduce a groundbreaking cyber security solution for the manufacturing sector, courtesy of Remotegrant. This year, Valerio Pastore, CEO and founder of Cyber Grant, is among the key speakers. He will present a vital keynote on how the advent of hybrid work models has reshaped security imperatives, particularly in safeguarding intellectual property in the manufacturing domain.

Bridging the cyber security community

Year after year, our B2B-oriented events have fostered critical dialogues by connecting key stakeholders from diverse sectors. The conference welcomes big industry players, SMEs, institutional representatives, and academic luminaries to exchange knowledge, achievements, and sector best practices.

Hybrid work and manufacturing

The shift towards hybrid work environments has undeniably benefited the manufacturing industry, enhancing flexibility and productivity. However, this transition has also ushered in novel cyber security challenges, especially concerning the protection of intellectual property. As employees toggle between remote and office settings, often leveraging personal devices, the risk to sensitive data escalates.

Remotegrant's solution for sophisticated sectors

Pastore's presentation will delve into the unique challenges hybrid work environments pose to intellectual property protection, particularly in technically sophisticated sectors like Computer-Aided Design (CAD). CAD files, brimming with critical technical and design details, represent a treasure trove for companies, making their protection paramount.

Event Agenda

Spread over two enriching days, the conference will begin with panels featuring multiple voices, moving on to individual presentations by professionals, researchers, and IT industry veterans. These sessions are designed to address the most urgent challenges in today's cyber security landscape. Additionally, the exhibition area will provide a unique opportunity to explore leading security solutions firsthand through one-on-one meetings and hands-on demonstrations by our sponsors.

Who Should Attend?

The Cyber Crime Conference targets a B2B audience, including:

  • Security Managers (CSO, CISO)
  • IT Managers (CIO)
  • Network Security Managers
  • CFOs, CXOs
  • Risk Managers
  • Datacenter and Infrastructure Managers
  • Law Enforcement and Judicial Authorities
  • Cyber Diplomacy Professionals
  • Business Managers (LoB, GM, CEO)
  • Designers, Legal Professionals, Buyers, Auditors
  • IT Software Developers
  • Information Security Professionals and Digital Investigators
  • Universities and Research Centers

Prepare to engage with the forefront of cyber security advancements and network with professionals dedicated to safeguarding the future of the manufacturing sector. The Cyber Crime 2024 conference in Rome is not just an event but a pivotal moment for the industry, courtesy of Remotegrant's innovative contributions.

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