Cybertech Tokyo 2018: Thousands Took Part in Japan’s Biggest Cyber Event

Tremendous success to Cybertech Tokyo 2018, held this week for the second consecutive year. Thousands of people from around the world attended the two-day event and dozens of leading companies and promising startups showcased their technologies in the exhibition that coincided with the conference

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Following the wildly acclaimed premiere event in 2017, Cybertech Global Events returned to Tokyo for a two-day conference and exhibition, held this week on November 29-30.

The premiere Cybertech Tokyo event was a massive success and a groundbreaking event for the region. This year, thousands of people from around the world attended the event and dozens of leading companies and promising startup showcased their technologies in the exhibition.

The international conference welcomed delegations and speakers from some 16 countries, as well as representatives from international governments and embassies from around the world.

Keynote speakers at Cybertech Tokyo included Yukari Sato, Japan’s Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications; Yuriko Koike, Governor of Tokyo; Toshio Iwamoto, Principal Executive Advisor, NTT Data Corporation; Amb. Yaffa Ben-Ari, Ambassador of Israel to Japan; Dr. Ikuo Misumi, Deputy Director-General for Cybersecurity and Information Technology, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry; Ofer Bloch, President and CEO, Israel Electric Corporation; Tomoo Yamauchi, Deputy Director-General of NISC and Cabinet Secretariat, Government of Japan; Mitsuhiko Maruyama, Managing Partner, Deloitte Tohmatsu Risk Services; Alessandro Menna, VP Sales Technical Support, Cyber Security & ICT Solutions Line of Business, Leonardo; Hirofumi Takinami, Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry; and many more.

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