openITU - Cybersecurity


As we become more reliant on modern technology, we also become more vulnerable to cybercrime. So how do we protect our information systems in the digital age? What are the main challenges facing IT professionals and society at large?

Carsten Schürmann, Associate Professor and Head of the DemTech Project at ITU discusses security concerns in relation to democracy and electorial processes.

Kim Aarenstrup, Head of the National Cyber Crime Center (NC3), talks about how the Danish police makes efforts to battle cyber crime.

Tonny Raabjerg (CIO) & Rasmus van der Berg (Senior Developer & Architect) from the Danish security company CodeSealer shares their view on current security risks and tendencies and what companies can do to protect their information.

The event ends with a panel discussion and a Q&A session with the audience. Please continue the discussion online with the participants and using the hashtag #openITUcph

The debate will be moderated by Anders Høeg Nissen, Journalist and host of Harddisken på P1.


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