Turkey Cyber Security Cluster is organizing the National Cyber Security Summit and Fair in Congresium Ankara on 22-24 November as part of Cyber Security Week.
Turkey Cyber Security Cluster, which carries out its projects under the auspices of the Presidency of Defense Industry and the Digital Transformation Office of the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey, is organizing the Cyber Security Week, which was held for the second time this year, in Ankara Congresium. The cyber security strategies and roadmap of our country will be determined in this event, where the senior decision makers of the state can come together to see the recent ecosystem closely and closely follow the cyber security technologies and capacity. Member companies of the Turkish Cyber Security Cluster currently export their cyber security products to 169 countries. In addition, due to the technological leadership position played by Turkey in the region, it is predicted that the export volume of information and cyber security products will increase in the near future. Turkey Cyber Security Cluster stands by Turkey with 200 cyber security products that work successfully in all layers from end to end, developed by 300 member companies of the Turkey Cyber Security Cluster, and more than 400 services and trainings.
Contribution to the Domestic Cyber Security Ecosystem Awards will find their owners
At the opening ceremony of the National Cyber Security Summit, which will start at 22:10.00 on Monday, November XNUMX, Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay, President of Defense Industries Prof. İsmail Demir, Head of the Digital Transformation Office, Dr. Ali Taha Koç, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Yavuz Selim Kıran, Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Dr. Ömer Fatih Sayan, Industry and
Opening speeches will be made by Mehmet Fatih Kacır, Deputy Minister of Technology. After the speeches, Contribution to the Domestic Cyber Security Ecosystem Awards will find their owners. The summit will continue with stand visits after the fair opening. fair three days throughout 09.00- 18.00 It will also be open to the public.
The National Cyber Security Summit, which will be held on the first day of the event, will continue with the success story of Picus' founding partner Volkan Ertürk and his partners, who have achieved success not only in our country but also in the global market. Then, NATO Communications and Information Agency Chief of Staff Brigadier General Göksel Sevindik will make a speech. The summit will continue with a panel on the topic of Being Global and Staying National/ Going National and Going Global, moderated by Yavuz Emir Beyribey, Vice President of the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey Digital Transformation Office. will be informed.
Public and private sector representatives will take place as speakers.
The first day of the event will end with a panel on the Old Game New Rules, moderated by Muhammet Sami Ulukavak, Head of Cyber Security and Information Systems Department of the Presidency of Defense Industries, in which sector representatives will participate as speakers. The second day of the National Cyber Security Summit will begin with the speeches of Defense Industry Vice President Mustafa Şeker on 23 November at 09.30:XNUMX and continue with the speeches of Zekeriya Coştu, General Manager of National Technologies of the Ministry of Industry and Technology.
The panels and speeches that will last all day and in which public-private sector representatives take part as speakers are as follows:
- Entrepreneur-Angel Investor Burak Dayıoğlu will give information about entrepreneurial activities in the field of cyber security.
- The panel titled Future Trends of Cyber Security with industry representatives will be moderated by Salih Talay, Head of the Digital Transformation Office.
- Afterwards, Barış Egemen Özkan, Head of the Cyber Security Department of the Ministry of National Defense, will deliver a speech titled The Place of Cyber Actors in the Concept of Hybrid Warfare.
- The subject of SDN and the Future of Cloud Technologies will be discussed with a group of academic and industry representatives, moderated by Gökhan Evren, General Manager of Communications at the Ministry of Transport.