The International Cybersecurity Congress is one of the key international events that brings together global policymakers, business leaders and renowned experts to discuss the most pressing cybersecurity issues in light of the global digital transformation.
The first International Cybersecurity Congress took place in Moscow on 5–6 July 2018. It was attended by 681 organisations from more than 50 countries. The opening statement was delivered by the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin.
The second International Cybersecurity Congress was held on 20–21 June 2019, having gathered over 2,700 participants from 65 countries. The event featured speakers from international organisations such as the World Economic Forum, INTERPOL, Europol; from national ministries, departments and government agencies to large corporations, financial institutions as well as the academic community. The participants were greeted by the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation at that time, Dmitry Medvedev.
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