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Navigating the Cyber Storm: Implications for Governments and Businesses

TPQ’s Cyber Security Geopolitics Roundtable

Navigating the Cyber Storm: Implications for Governments and Businesses

Venue: Conrad Bosphorus Istanbul

Date:  23 October 2017

 

Event Program:

09:15-10:00 Registration

10:00-11:30 Speaker Presentations

11:30-12:00 Coffee Break

12:00-13:00 Discussion: Q & A

 

Speakers:

Siim Alatalu, Head of International Relations at NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, Estonia
Minhac Çelik, Coordinator at Siberbülten, Turkey
Ram Levy, Founder and CEO of Konfidas Digital Ltd, Israel
Neil Robinson, Policy Officer at Emerging Security Challenges Division at NATO Headquarters, Belgium

 

Moderator:

Matthew Bryza, Member of the Board of Directors, Turcas Petrol; Senior Fellow, Dinu Patriciu Center of the Atlantic Council; CEO, Lamor Turkey; Member of the Advisory Board, Turkish Policy Quarterly.           

 

 

Please click here for the picture album of the event.

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