Paranoia was held in Oslo Spektrum May 21st and 22nd. For the 12th time, Paranoia proved to be an important meeting place for security professionals and leaders to expand their network, share knowledge, gain new insight - and contribute to a safer society.
Paranoia is both a conference and an exhibition. Over the course of two days, you’ll learn about current and future threat landscape at the conference, meet your target audience at the exhibition, and expand your network at our evening party.
The capabilities and motivations of attackers to go after operational systems in infrastructures critical to society’s resilience are omnipresent. But these sectors are traditionally not prepared to deal with such security threats. It is time to wake up!
-Uninformed c-level leaders are the greatest threat facing industries and business today. The leadership team of a company has the ultimate responsibility for cybersecurity. To minimize it as a priority or not adequately fund, or staff, your cybersecurity program is negligence says Jessica Robinson, CEO of PurePoint International.
In the aftermath of the Russian attack on the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, concerns about election security and the possible threats to our democracy, have been raised in several countries, including Norway.
The digital domain is under constant attacks. 40 % of businesses in public and private sector experienced one or several cyber-attacks in 2018, according to the Director of the Norwegian Business and Industry Security Council, Jack Fischer Eriksen. Want to get updated on how you can protect your business? Don’t miss Eriksen’s talk at Paranoia 2019!
Is it at all possible to verify electronic equipment procured from untrusted vendors? This is one of the central questions in Prof. Olav Lysne’s recent book “The Huawei and Snowden Questions”. At Paranoia 2019, mr. Lysne will address issues related to the “Supermicro case” revealed by Bloomberg last year.