WEBINAR: 6G Security: What We Know & What Comes Next
6G Security: What We Know & What Comes Next
Hard on the heels of a new white paper exploring the cybersecurity landscape for 6G, join 6GWorld to explore:
- What we know today about the challenges in delivering secure 5G and 6G
- How security in networks will evolve alongside other emerging technologies
- The commercial impact of good – or bad – security implementation and
- What steps need to be taken as a matter of priority to ensure good outcomes.
Based on key issues raised in the white paper, this conversation will be a chance for our distinguished panel of experts to pick out the most important elements to explore in more detail, add their insights and take your questions.
Listen in and put your questions to our distinguished panel: Report author Michela Menting of ABI Research; Greg Young, VP Cybersecurity at Trend Micro; and Marco Lourenco, Head of Innovation & AI at ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity.
SPEAKERS & MODERATOR
Michela Menting, Research Director at ABI Research, delivers analyses and forecasts focusing on digital security. Through this service, she studies the latest solutions in cybersecurity technologies, blockchain, IoT and critical infrastructure protection, risk management and strategies, and opportunities for growth. She then delivers end-to-end security research, from the silicon to cyber-based applications, closely analyzing technology trends and industry-specific implementations.
Before joining ABI Research, Michela worked as a telcos and IT analyst for visiongain, where she researched topics such as cloud computing, LTE devices, 3G/4G networks, mobile messaging, mobile applications, mobile security, MEMS, MVNOs, and FTTX, among others. Her experience includes working as a cybersecurity policy analyst for the United Nation’s International Telecommunication Union in Geneva, Switzerland.
Michela obtained both an LLB in English and French Law and an LLM in Information Technology, Media and E-commerce from the University of Essex. While doing her LLB, she spent an academic year at the University of Paris X (Nanterre), where she obtained a Licence de Droit.
Greg Young has 30 years of experience in enterprise class security. As a Research Vice President with Gartner for 13 years Greg advised thousands of companies and governments on how to better secure themselves, evaluated and advised hundreds of security vendors, and has seen those same technologies successfully used, abused, put on a shelf, or pushed into a deep hole and never to be spoken of again. At Gartner he led research for network security, threat trends, data center security, cloud netsec and microsegmentation. He authored more than 20 Magic Quadrants for firewall, IPS, WAF, and UTM, and was Conference Chair for 4 Security Summits.
Greg headed several large security consulting practices, was CISO for the Department of Communications and was Chief Security Architect for a security product company.
Previously, Greg was a commissioned officer in the military police and counter-intelligence branch working as a Certifier/Accreditor at the national authority, and received the Confederation Medal from the Governor General of Canada for his work with smart card security.
Greg was named in the “12 Most Powerful Security Companies” and as one of “100 Most Powerful Voices In Worldwide Security”.
Marco Barros Lourenco is a technologist and a cybersecurity researcher with an international career spanning more than 25 years, mainly in the technology and security sectors. Marco started his career as a data forensics analyst for the financial industry and then transitioned to developing criminal investigation technology for West African countries. With experience in law enforcement and security domains, Marco joined an EU External Action Service Rule of Law Mission as Chief Information Security Officer and the United Nations Office in Africa as Regional Practice Leader. Marco worked internationally for the private sector as Regional Manager and Vice President for Microsoft Corporation and FreeBalance and for the last ten years, with more than 27 governments on three different continents, providing advisory services in cybersecurity and digital transformation. In 2018, Marco joined ENISA as Cybersecurity Expert Lead and currently leads the Agency research and innovation program. Marco completed his studies in computer science and business administration but continues involved in university work through his research activities in various cybersecurity domains.
Alex Lawrence is Managing Editor at 6GWorld. His mission is to bring together stakeholders from across industries, countries and disciplines to make sure that, as technology evolves in the coming decade, it’s meeting the changing demands of society, government and business.
Before 6GWorld Alex worked at the GSMA for 9 years, researching and arranging the agenda for events such as MWC in Barcelona and Shanghai as well as specialised regional conferences. He has been involved as a professional nosy person in the telecoms sphere since 2004, with short detours through industrial O&M and marketing.
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