From 29 -31st January 2018, Israel’s Tel Aviv Convention Centre will host the world’s largest and most significant cyber technology conference and exhibition – Cybertech Israel, 2018.

In view of this, the Embassy of the State of Israel in Accra, in collaboration with the Ghana Israel Business Chambers (GIBC), will lead a delegation of Ghanaian IT professionals from various sectors to participate in the annual International Cybertech conference and exhibition in Israel.

This year’s Cybertech brings together leaders of cyber industry, government decision-makers from around the world, technology experts and enthusiasts for dialogue and presentation of commercial problem-solving strategies for diverse challenges in the cyber space.

Globally, cyber technologies continue to dominate and transform economic sectors and every aspect of human life. Here in Ghana, Cyber technologies are rapidly transforming the economy, especially in the way businesses are done.

Projects such as the Paperless Port System and the widespread adoption of Fintech by banks and financial institutions show the growing importance of cyber tech.

As Ghana and the world continue to take advantage of cyber technology, enormous and dynamic threats emerge every day that require that organisations and individuals are abreast with the latest developments in cybersecurity and protection. In the midst of these opportunities and challenges, Israel has emerged as a global cyber superpower.

Israel is the epicenter of innovation in Cybersecurity with almost all global technology multinationals of note – Microsoft, Intel, Google, Apple, IBM, etc – having R&D centers in Israel. Israel controls 10% of global sales in cybersecurity and 20% of all investment in R&D heads to Israel.

Cybertech Israel is the largest and most significant conference and exhibition of cyber technologies outside of the United States. Cybertech Israel 2018 will provide participants with a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the latest innovations and solutions. It will bring together 13500 attendees, 146 speakers, 120 companies, 90 startups, and 67 delegations. It will be a networking platform that will provide opportunities for strengthening old alliances and forming new connections. Global experts from diverse sectors will examine new developments and discuss future solutions.

The Embassy of Israel in Accra in collaboration with the GIBC therefore invites all cyber technology professionals or organizations looking forward to be at the forefront of global trends and protect their critical assets and processes to participate in Cybertech 2018.

Source: Ghana/


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