Blind trust or impermeable defense mechanisms?
Pressing security dilemmas – now and in the future
Admission cards, facial recognition, finger prints, passage control, speed gates, and complicated passwords. In our daily lives, we meet an endless number of security mechanisms that serve to protect us, but also hinder our free movement, both online and physically.
As safety threats grow still more complex – from terror attacks and simple burglary to hacking and severe loss of data – the demands to how we protect the company and ourselves become more urgent. At the same time, we want to be able to move smoothly around and be linked up to user-friendly systems that make it easy and fast to gain access to the right kind of information and enable us to work in a flexible way.
As users of technology, we expect the protective mechanisms to be in place, but we don’t want to be reminded of their existence and be hindered by them through various kinds of barriers that slow our work.
Companies across industries are facing a the same dilemma:
How do they ensure that the right physical and digital security mechanisms are in place without making them into means of exclusion, annoyance, or even hindrance for collaboration and innovation?
At this conference, you will meet experts that will discuss the future of cyber- and physical security. The conference is organized in collaboration between KLP Ejendomme, Sweco, Improsec, and Ørestad Innovation City Copenhagen.
Date: 13 November 2018
Time: 13:00 – 16:30
Location: KLP Ejendomme, Arne Jacobsens Allé 15-17, 2300 København S
13:00-13:30 Registration and coffee
13:30-14:00 Security in the future: Panopticon or continued dilemma between openess and protection? Presentation by Jeffrey Saunders, Institute for Future Studies
14:00-14:30 Paneldebate on security mechanisms in office buildings
14:30-15:00 Coffee break
15:00-15:30 Drones that hack drones and 50 million compromising accounts: Our lives in a complex digital future. Presentation by Esben Hardenberg, radio host and speaker
15:30-16:00 Paneldebate on data security