Cyber security as a key to corporate success in the digital age—this is the central theme of the new event format Command Control. This international, cross-sector platform targets all those decision-makers who are involved with the digitalization process within companies and who want to learn more, educate themselves and network with one another.
Command Control visualizes cross-sector integrated cybersecurity and is the interdisciplinary dialog platform for decision-makers from the world of business, politics and administration as well as for experts in Europe. Exciting keynote speeches and panel discussions by international thought leaders, exclusive networking events, cross-sector best-practice workshops and five interactive installations provide the basis for a cross-industry and cross-divisional sectoral exchange and make connections tangible.
Welcoming about 800 participants from 14 countries, Command Control, the new cybersecurity format, has celebrated a successful premiere from September 20 to 22, 2018. At the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München, more than 75 top speakers from the industry, science and politics discussed jointly with managing directors, CEOs, CISOs, CIOs, data protection officers and risk managers on how to implement secure digitization successfully. Besides strategies for the defense against threats, the nearly 100 lectures, discussion panels and workshops were particularly focused on the opportunities this topic provides to companies. Read the final report
With a holistic approach to cybersecurity along networked industries, service providers and their value-added chains, Command Control builds the cross-sector bridge to future topics and new growth markets in the age of digitization. A unique event format demonstrates cybersecurity from a whole new perspective. Every attendee is an active participant, with the focus on interaction and exchange. After all, even in the business world, information security only works when departments network and communicate openly with one another.