BCC23 (Barcelona Cybersecurity Congress) is a platform for leaders across organizations to learn about the path to security. The congress focuses on the latest trends and technologies in the cybersecurity industry, including Zero Trust, Machine Learning, Cloud security, XDR, Threat Intelligence, and End-point security. Attendees had the opportunity to gain insights and knowledge from industry experts and exchange ideas with other leaders in the field.
At the Barcelona Cybersecurity Congress industry professionals and experts gathered to examine the latest advancements in the field. The first day of the congress started with a plenary session that emphasized the significance of technologies that are adaptable and flexible in preparing industries for the future. Following the plenary session were multiple sessions that covered different cybersecurity topics, such as advanced security architectures against advanced threat actors, the critical role of Software Bill of Materials (SBoM) in security, security culture, cybersecurity in IoT, and supply chain security.
The second day of the congress opened with two keynote speeches, exploring the relationship between cybersecurity and digital transformation and the comprehension of risk in the supply chain. Afterwards, attendees attended parallel sessions that delved into specific areas, such as defending critical infrastructure against ransom DDoS attacks, the part AI plays in enhancing SOC efficiency, and cybersecurity in the healthcare sector.
The congress offered a platform for experts to share their knowledge and perspectives, and for participants to learn about the latest trends and best practices in cybersecurity.