30 years of BSI: Myra to provide insights for the congress
EVENTS | 1 February 2021
17th German IT Security Congress: The BSI is celebrating its anniversary: For 30 years, the BSI or German Federal Office for Information Security has played an important role in securing Germany’s digital infrastructure. Myra Security will be presenting the most important trends and challenges in cybersecurity at its virtual booth.
At the virtual event, cybersecurity experts from business, industry, the political arena, and academia will be discussing core issues of IT security on February 2–3. The digital format consists of expert presentations, panel discussions, and a virtual exhibition area where Myra’s cybersecurity professionals will be sharing the latest insights with you.
At Myra’s virtual booth, visitors will receive the latest information, exclusive reports, white papers, and business insights on IT security and industry-specific DDoS protection systems for the finance & insurance, government, critical infrastructure, and healthcare sectors.
The threats situation posed by cybercrime has worsened significantly since the start of the corona pandemic. The increased use of remote work and the accelerated transformation of analog business processes have massively increased the attack surface of companies, government agencies, and other organizations. Cybercriminals know how to exploit this development to their own ends, as can be clearly seen from the increasing number of attacks. The number and complexity of DDoS attacks in particular have increased significantly. this is being reported by investigative and supervisory agencies as well as industry representatives alike. Impacted organizations now face the challenge of securing their business processes in a reliable and compliant manner – in the shortest time possible.
A central theme of IT security, which will also be discussed in detail at the BSI congress, is the solution-oriented inclusion of people in digital processes. Technology alone is only able to provide a certain degree of protection in the digital realm. Phishing, social engineering, whaling, doxing, and many other forms of cybercrime target human vulnerability. This is why holistic concepts, based on security-by-design principles, address security-related problem areas by taking equal account of software, hardware, and the users themselves. Only awareness and experience can ensure that man and machine work together at the highest level. Myra is committed to this approach and combines cutting-edge technology with a competent team of experts to meet the strictest requirements in highly regulated industries.
The human factor will be addressed at the BSI Congress in a panel discussion featuring BSI head Arne Schönbohm. He will be joined by Prof. Dr. Claudia Eckert, Head of Fraunhofer AISEC, Dirk Hoke, CEO of Airbus Defence & Space, Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel, Director of the Hasso Plattner Institute, and Claudia Nemat, Deutsche Telekom Management Board Member. The “human factor talk: how do we become cyber secure?” starts on February 2 at 2:20 pm and the live stream can be followed by all registered visitors.