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Triumph Beyond Measure! caisec '23: A Stellar Showcase of Cybersecurity Ingenuity and United Expertise

caisec ’23, the cyber and information security exhibition and conference, reached its conclusion with unparalleled success, attracting an impressive gathering of over 3,500 attendees from around the world. The event featured more than 90 renowned speakers, who shared their insights and knowledge in the field of cybersecurity, enriching the experience for all participants. With a diverse agenda comprising over 80 sessions, including captivating panel discussions, hands-on workshops, and insightful presentations, the conference catered to a wide array of interests in the realm of cybersecurity. In addition, 36 exhibitors displayed cutting-edge products and services, offering attendees a chance to explore the latest innovations in the industry. caisec ’23 has indisputably established itself as a premier event for cybersecurity professionals, researchers, and enthusiasts seeking to expand their knowledge and network within the community

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caisec '23

Hottest Cybersecurity Technology Trends : Thousands of vendors and service providers launch new products every day. We shall hear about the latest trends and tips on how to determine which technologies are best to secure your enterprise.

Security Planning: Ask the Right Questions

Are you asking the right questions about potential scenarios when thinking about disaster recovery and business continuity? Rather than approach security from a reactive perspective, we should always be planning for the future by asking questions such as: What could go wrong? What would happen if an earthquake demolished your building? What if a country invaded yours? How would you operate if your cloud was hosted in the attacking country? Would your systems have the security resilience to survive such a scenario? We need to take note and start answering the questions.

AI Impact on Cybersecurity: Opportunities and Risks

AI has had a significant impact on cybersecurity in recent years. It has the potential to greatly enhance security by automating threat detection and response, improving data analysis and risk assessments, and enabling real-time monitoring of networks and systems. However, AI can also be used maliciously by cyber criminals, leading to new and more sophisticated forms of cyberattacks.

Cybersecurity Regulations & Compliance in the Telecom Industry: Impact & Implementation

This session will provide a comprehensive overview of the regulatory landscape surrounding cybersecurity in the telecommunications industry. Panelists will explore the latest regulations and compliance requirements in this field, highlighting the potential impact they may have on the industry and discussing best practices for implementing them. It will cover a range of topics, including data privacy, network security, and incident response, as well as the specific regulatory frameworks affecting the telecom industry, such as GDPR, CCPA, and HIPAA.

We Rise

The Egyptian energy sector, mainly oil & gas and Electricity fields have taken significant strides recently in securing their networks against malicious attacks and vulnerabilities. This panel will not only discuss what was achieved but will also look at what is next: plans, strategies, and technologies to be adopted.

Securing the Unseen: Understanding Challenges for Critical Infrastructure

An in-depth exploration of (OT) security in the fields of OT manufacturing, transportation, oil & gas and energy production, which can be vulnerable to cyberattacks. The session will cover the unique challenges of securing these systems, including their legacy infrastructure, lack of security controls, and the need for real-time operation. Additionally, the session will provide insights into the latest solutions and best practices for OT security, including risk assessments, network segmentation, and incident response planning.

Cybersecurity Fortress: Protecting the Financial Frontier in the Digital Age

The financial sector and fintech face unique cybersecurity challenges as they deal with sensitive financial data and transactions that are attractive targets for cybercriminals. These challenges include protection against data breaches, maintaining secure online transactions, ensuring the security of mobile and digital banking, preventing fraud and protecting against cyber-attacks on their infrastructure. Additionally, the fast-paced evolution of technology and changing customer behavior poses continuous cybersecurity threats to the financial sector and fintech industry.

Stay ahead of cybercrime with thought provoking solutions from the industry leaders at caisec!

caisec '23 Speakers

caisec is the go-to platform for CISOs to gain valuable insights

• Meet your customers and potential customers

• Build strong relationships with a market hungry for your services

• Be part of the cybersecurity scene while it is still in the making


• Spread awareness about the need for cyber resilience

• Coach and get coached by cybersecurity leaders

• Hear case studies about success and failure in complex security

• Penetrate new markets

• Position your products and services among world leaders

Top- Level Experts
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caisec '22 was an incredible success!

In June 2022 caisec (Cyber and Information Security Exhibition and Conference)  had its first round, with more than 1,200 top-level experts attending more than 40  sessions and panel discussions spread along two extensive days.

Attendees, speakers, and sponsor were all impressed with the outcome, the setup, the flow of visitors, the topics, the speakers, and the depth of discussions.

The immediate response was hundreds of registrations by  professionals to be enrolled in caisec ’23 , dozens of top-level sponsors booking their place, and a load of inquiries asking about the next round.


  • Drafting a new 5-Year National Cyber Security Strategy (2022 – 2027)
  • Drafting Sectorial Cyber Security Strategies based on the National Strategy and its objectives
  • Creating organizational frameworks, guidelines, and policies to protect national critical infrastructure in all domains against cyber threats
  • Setting clear standards to measure organizations’ readiness to deal with cyber threats and risks
  • Establishing national cyber intelligence centers for cyber information analytics to ward off any possible attacks
  • A National SOC is essential to monitor imminent threats and attacks on national information infrastructure and ensure the readiness of all sectors to discover and respond to cyber security threats.