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កិច្ចពិភាក្សាស្តីអំពី ចក្ខុវិស័យសន្តិសុខអុីនធឺណិតសាកល

Session recorded: 23/01/2020

The annual cost of cyberattacks is expected to reach $6 trillion by 2021. What trends will shape cybersecurity in the near future?

On the Forum Agenda:
– Threats and opportunities of emerging technologies
– New models of public-private information exchange
– Improving organizational management and talent development

Speakers: 
Jürgen Stock, David Garfield, André Kudelski, Laura Deaner, Samir Saran

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ប្រភព៖ World Economic Forum

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Phannarith

Mr. OU Phannarith is one of the well-known cybersecurity experts in Cambodia and the region. He is the founder of the first leading information security website (www.secudemy.com) in Cambodia. He has been invited to present in global conferences, forums, and seminars and he was awarded in Information Security Leadership Achievements (ISLA) in 2016 by (ISC)2 and in December 2012 as one of the top 10 Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) in ASEAN by the International Data Group (IDG). Mr. OU has been the Professor specializing in Cybersecurity.

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