The Luxembourg Internet Days, an event aimed at professionals interested in and concerned by the internet, networks and the vloud in the Greater Region, has announced that it is adapting to the current context and innovating to ensure its seventh edition can take place.
The Luxembourg Internet Days are usually an opportunity for around 1,000 professionals to come together to discuss in a pragmatic way the problems and solutions related to the complexity of the challenges of the internet, networks and the cloud. This year, the Luxembourg Internet Days will be an entirely online event over three days, from 17 to 19 November 2020, aimed at offering offer background to the news related to the challenges of network and cloud security in a context of crisis.
Live sessions with experts’ conferences and round tables, presentations and workshops as well as many exhibitors will be accessible throughout the three days either "live" or through "replay" from the event platform. As usual, the event will also be the occasion for several networking opportunities via chats and video contacts.
Frédérique Ulrich, Head of Marketing at LU-CIX and organiser of the event, explained: “We will turn this new challenge into an opportunity. This edition will be an opportunity to ignore distances and get experts and professional visitors to reflect together on different crisis scenarios and how to avoid or control them to protect themselves from the worst. We will examine how the implementation of governance rules, the use of new alternatives such as Artificial Intelligence or quantum technologies can serve security… or disserve it".
With the support of the European Commission which acts on the front line to encourage European countries to collaborate in the fight against cyber threats as well as with the participation of European entities, the event will also explore what could be the possible responses for a more sovereign Europe in the event of a crisis.
Registration to access the content of the event from 17 to 19 November is mandatory and will be available soon at https://www.luxembourg-internet-days.com. More information is available on this website or via email: email@example.com.