Dr. Ali Jahangiri has been invited to speak at the Special Consultation on ‘International Pathways to Cybersecurity’ as part of the EastWest Institute’s 7th Worldwide Security Conference (WSC) on February 17th 2010 in Brussels.
Dr. Ali Jahangiri, a world leading information security and cyber forensic expert, is pleased to announce that he will be participating in the 7th Annual Worldwide Security Conference in Brussels. This year’s Worldwide Security Conference will bring together leading policy-makers, specialists, business executives, community leaders and journalists from around the world for debate and networking with the aim of stimulating progressive improvement in the way global security is managed and reviewed.
As part of the conference, the EastWest Institute will convene a special one-day consultation, ‘International Pathways to Cybersecurity’, on February 17, 2010. The consultation, to be held in Brussels, will assemble leading specialists including Dr. Ali Jahangiri, officials, business leaders and other public figures to understand, communicate and stimulate breakthroughs in international dialogue about Cybersecurity. The event itself, which is sponsored by the Financial Times, Dell and Deloitte, is invitation-only for high-level participants.
Dr. Ali Jahangiri has also been invited to participate in other WSC meetings, including the main public event, which will take place on 18th February at the World Customs Organization (WCO) headquarters. Other high profile guests at the conference will be Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Foreign Minister of Pakistan, and Peter Albatef, President of Dell Services.
“I am very excited to be part of the 7th Annual Worldwide Security Conference” said Dr. Ali Jahangiri. “I would also like to thank John Edwin Mroz, the President of EastWest Institute and his team members for their efforts to make the world safer and securer by organizing this conference.”
During the main event, Dr. Ali Jahangiri will be a panelist for the Cybersecurity: Asia’s Priorities workshop along with Karl F. Rauscher, Distinguished Fellow, EastWest Institute & Bell Labs Fellow and Harry D. Raduege Jr., Chairman of The Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation.