TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- CYBERSEC 2019, which runs March 19 – 21, has extended from a cyber security show that initially concentrated on the domestic market to an export-focused show, event organizer iThome said on Tuesday.
iThome publisher and CYBERSEC founder Gu Zu-hui (谷祖惠) said that by holding the Asia Cyber Channel Summit, CYBERSEC 2019 has successfully attracted more than 30 agents from Southeast Asia countries, including Singapore, Thailand, and Malaysia, to procure Taiwan’s cyber security technologies, products, and services exhibited by more than 30 Taiwanese cyber security brands at the Cyber Taiwan Pavilion (臺灣資安館), which is co-organized by iThome and Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs.
The pavilion has become an export platform for Taiwan’s cyber security industry, Gu added.
On Tuesday, President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) addressed the opening of CYBERSEC 2019, then visited the Cyber Taiwan Pavilion. Tsai showed her firsthand support of the trade event by promising to continue to invest in the Cyber Taiwan Pavilion, the organizer said.
More than 8,000 professionals and 200 plus companies and organizations in the field of cyber security from home and abroad will gather together to discuss various cyber security topics in more than 20 meetings associated with CYBERSEC 2019, iThome said.
Several well-known international cyber security experts have been invited to talk about the latest industrial trends and share their perspectives on defending against cyber attacks during the trade event.