Ciao Roma! That’s a wrap for Cybertech Europe 2022

The two-day event that gathered cyber experts & policy makers from around the world has come to a close. Check out some of its highlights

Ciao Roma! That’s a wrap for Cybertech Europe 2022

Photo: Renato Franceschin

AI, blockchain, quantum computing, next-gen technologies, cybersecurity and digital ecosystems were just a few of the many topics discussed on the main stage of Cybertech Europe in Rome over the past two days. Following a two-year forced hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we couldn’t ask for a better return!

The event, a Cybertech production in cooperation with Leonardo, was launched by Leonardo CEO, Alessandro Profumo, who talked about the necessity to promote European cyber-cooperation and develop a true culture of security. Some of the other lectures and talks delivered on the first day discussed creating a defense-first approach; humankind and technology; space security; and a special Women4Cyber panel.

See highlights from the first day here!

On the second day, participants enjoyed talks on cyber resilience for financial services; cyber in European law enforcement; cyber and intelligence; and more. Dozens of companies – from large multinationals to small, innovative startups, presented their latest cutting-edge innovations at the grand exhibition hall on both days.

Cybertech is back on the road for a first-ever event in Miami, Florida, on June 1st, and then in Dubai, UAE, on June 13th-14th, 2022.

Photo: Renato Franceschin

Photo: Renato Franceschin

 

Leonardo CEO Alessandro Profumo with Rt. Hon. Giorgio Mulè, Italian Undersecretary of State for Defense. Photo: Renato Franceschin

Leonardo CEO Alessandro Profumo with Rt. Hon. Giorgio Mulè, Italian Undersecretary of State for Defense. Photo: Renato Franceschin

 

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

 

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

 

Photo: Renato Franceschin

Photo: Renato Franceschin

 

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

 

Photo: Renato Franceschin

Photo: Renato Franceschin

 

Photo: Renato Franceschin

Photo: Renato Franceschin

Photo: Renato Franceschin

Photo: Renato Franceschin

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

 

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

Photo: Samantha Zucchi

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