Trends and Realities: Cybersecurity in an Unpredictable World

The nature of cyber threats is changing, attackers are exploiting uncertainty, unprecedented situations, new working conditions and rapid IT and organisational changes. As a result, cyber security has become more critical than ever, from earning customer trust, securing intellectual property to protecting the brand. This has put IT Security Leaders under increasing pressure. 


Recently, security had to be reactive to the sudden demand in remote working caused by COVID-19 to stop the treats and increase in attacks caused by stolen or compromised credentials, misconfigured cloud servers, human error or system glitches.1 But how can you create an effective security program that meets the demands of customers, employees and boards of directors when the future is so uncertain and unknown?  


To help IT Security Leaders prepare for the future trends that will impact the dynamics of your business and understand where new threats are likely to come from, IBM together with CorporateLeaders are hosting a live and interactive chat show with leading cyber security experts Maxwell Keyte, Security Leader BeNeLux, IBM and futurist Richard Van Hooijdonk 


During this live and exclusive show from the IBM Security Mobile Command Centre, Virginie Claes will uncover the megatrends that will shape business and society and their impact on cyber security: 


  • Securing the company of the future.
  • The impact of digitisation, automation, data, and AI.
  • Protecting your people, data and IP in a remote and virtual world.
1 IBM cost of a data breach report 

Get access to:

  • Exclusive interactive roundtable discussion where critical business issues are discussed and solve
  • Intimate and unparalleled networking opportunity with like-minded executives
  • A confidential forum to share, exchange, and test new ideas
  • Unique opportunity to learn from a peer network
  • An overview of the latest state-of-the art business trends and academic research


Trends and Realities: Cybersecurity in an Unpredictable World