How can state-of-the-art research tackle the growing societal and industrial demand for improved Cyber Security? That is the key question for this year’s edition of the WASP4ALL conference.

The WASP4ALL 2023 conference seeks to engage the Swedish academic and industrial research community around the importance of Cyber Security research in the context of AI, autonomous systems and software.

The program, consisting of high-level speakers from Swedish and international academia and industry representatives, aims to create awareness of where the foundational research stands today and what the future industrial and societal needs are.

Whether you choose to join on-site or online, you will experience an interactive program combining talks and discussions and information about new initiatives from WASP within Cyber Security research.

Read more about our confirmed speakers and register.

WASP4ALL is an open conference targeting researchers and research leaders from academia and industry with or without prior connection to WASP, who are interested in current Cyber Security research and the interplay between academia and industry.

Venue: World Trade Center, Stockholm and virtual

Date and time: June 1st, 10:00-15:30
Registration and coffee from 09:00


Published: March 31st, 2023

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