Cybertech Europe 2017: In the Eyes of the Media

Many journalists are attending Cybertech Europe alongside the dignitaries that are taking their part in the conference and exhibition

Leonardo CEO at the conference (Photo: Cybertech Europe)


Cybertech Europe 2017, which is being held in Rome, for the second consecutive year, has attracted a lot of media attention in Italy and around Europe.

Italian Defense Minister Roberta Pinotti, spoke at the opening plenary and addressed the growing threat of the cyberspace. She also added that the need for co-operation between companies and governments in this field is important. Alessandro Profumo, CEO of Leonardo also spoke at the conference and spoke about the threats and opportunities that arise from the cyber arena.  

Many journalists also attended the conference, which is considered the largest in its field in Europe, and have reported on the issues that were discussed. See some of the articles that were posted:


The 2-day event hosts numerous industry executives such as CEOs and CISOs of the world's largest companies, government officials, and delegations, investors, entrepreneurs, academics, thought leaders, and more.

Over 100 companies from around the world are taking part in the conference and exhibition, alongside more than 50 startups that are presenting their innovative solutions to the conference participants at a special exhibition that runs alongside the conference at La Nuvola convention center in Rome

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