Please join us at our conference in Ottawa, where experts from Germany and Canada will discuss the newest developments in Big Data & Cybersecurity.
Date: 22 February 2018
Where: Innovation Centre, 7 Bayview Station Rd, Ottawa, ON K1Y 2C5
Time: 8:30 AM till 5:00 PM
- 08:30 AM – Registration
- 09:00 AM – Welcoming speech
- 09:10 AM – Industry overview
- 09:30 AM – Keynote speaker discussion
- 10:30 AM – Coffee Break
- 10:50 AM – Workshop 1: The threat of Cybercrime – Can we successfully progress towards fully autonomous driving vehicles?
- 12:45 PM – Lunch break
- 11:15 AM – Workshop 2: Cybercrime and the threat for successfully progressing towards fully autonomous driving vehicles
- 13:45 PM – Coffee Break
- 14:00 PM – Workshop 3: Bridging the skill gap – How can the Canadian and German education systems satisfy current and future big data & cybersecurity industry demand?
- 15:30 PM – Summary of key discussion points
- 15:45 PM – Networking
- 17:00 PM – End of event
Note: please be aware that there might be minor changes to some parts of the conference program
Workshop 1: 10.50 AM – 12.45 PM
Facing the big data revolution – Are Canada and Germany ready?
How ready are Canada and Germany for the big data revolution? Do we need a new global framework to face the disruptive changes big data & cybersecurity bring with them? How could this look like?
Workshop 2: 11.15 AM – 1.45 PM
The threat of Cybercrime – Can we successfully progress towards fully autonomous driving vehicles?
What are the newest trends within the Canadian/German autonomous vehicle sectors when it comes to effectively sheltering them from Cyberattacks? What risks remain and what is safe enough? Will autonomous vehicles ever be safe enough from being hacked?
Workshop 3: 2.00 PM – 3.30 PM
Bridging the skill gap – How can the Canadian and German education systems satisfy current and future big data & cybersecurity industry demand?
What do both countries do in order to ensure that their education systems keep up with the high industry demand for data scientists and cybersecurity specialists? What has been done so far and is there enough being done? Do both countries approach this in the same way or differently, and how could they work together?