Eurosatory 2018: Cyber security a key part at Paris Defense Exhibition

The Cyber Security a key part at Eurosatory 2018, the international leading exhibition of land and airland Defence and Security that will be held from 11 to 15 June 2018 in Paris, France. Cyber security comprises technologies, processes and controls that are designed to protect systems, networks and data from cyber attacks.

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75 exhibitors with activities in the Cyber Security sector at Eurosatory 2018.

Improving cyber security and cyber-defence capabilities has recently become a top priority on the national security agendas of many countries in the world. A wide range of armed and security forces are creating dedicated cyber-defence agencies, increasing cyber-related human and financial resources, and drafting national strategies that sometimes include developing offensive cyber-capabilities.

For the United States armed forces, 19,000 Soldiers and civilians operate in a global footprint to achieve the command’s three strategic priorities, aggressively operate and defend the U.S. DOD information network, deliver effects against our cyber attacks and design, build and deliver integrated capabilities for the future fight.

In December 2017, the U.S. Army has approved a program to recruit experienced cyber security experts directly into the service as cyber officers in an attempt to bolster a growing field that military leaders see as vital to national security.

Cyber threats and attacks are becoming more common, sophisticated and damaging. Many military and security forces are faced with an evolving complex threat environment. In recent events, cyber attacks have been part of hybrid warfare. NATO and its Allies rely on strong and resilient cyber defences to fulfil the Alliance’s core tasks of collective defence, crisis management and cooperative security. NATO countries need to be prepared to defend their networks and operations against the growing sophistication of the cyber threats and attacks it faces.

For the edition 2018 of Eurosatory, 75 exhibitors will present different types of solutions and services to increase protection against cyber attacks. Information security is a $122 billion industry today and is expected to grow to $202 billion by 2021.

In 2018, Eurosatory conferences will again address cyber security issues: “The future of security cooperation in Europe”, “Tactical means of electronic warfare (EW)”, “Developing international cooperation in Cyber defence and Cyber security”.

As International Online Defense and Security magazine, Army Recognition will cover the event as the only Official News Online of Eurosatory 2018 including Web Television.