Cyber Polygon

An international capacity building initiative aimed at raising the global cyber resilience

About Cyber Polygon
About Cyber Polygon
Cyber Polygon is an annual online event which connects various global organisations to train their competencies, exchange best practices and bring tangible results to the world community.
Concept 2021
Concept 2021
The ever-expanding digitalisation tightens the interconnectivity between people, companies and countries. The secure development of ecosystems across the globe will determine the future of humanity for decades to come.

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Experts about Cyber Polygon
Technology and cybersecurity are of crucial importance in this COVID era. One of the most striking and exciting transformations caused by the pandemic has been our transition to the digital ‘everything’, both in our professional and also in our personal lives. I am glad that Cyber Polygon has proved itself as one of those brilliant initiatives that address the need for developing and enhancing global cyber resilience in the fight against cybercrime and cyberattacks.
Klaus Schwab
Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
One of the core pillars of INTERPOL Global Cybercrime Programme is cyber capabilities development. We support our 194 member countries by developing cyber skills, knowledge and technical capabilities that are customised to their needs. The aim is to enhance their ability to better prevent, detect and investigate cybercrime globally. In this regard, INTERPOL is pleased to once again join Cyber Polygon. We will continue to work closely with private industry partners in this endeavour.
Craig Jones
Director of Cybercrime, INTERPOL
Trainings play a key role in building and testing organisational preparedness, which is essential to respond effectively during an actual cyber crisis. It is vital to include public and private sector actors to build resiliency in our global system.
Jeremy Jurgens
Chief Business Officer and Member of the Managing Board, World Economic Forum
Cybercriminals thrive in times of crisis. Strategies and response plans to help combat online predators continue to be essential for every organisation. With disruption of our current global magnitude and scale, an equally vital antidote is the ability to come together as colleagues, business leaders and geographies to cultivate ideas and relationships, and to share best practices and information that help fortify all our defences.
Wendi Whitmore
Vice President of IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence
The results we have seen following this training prove just how important it is to have an established information exchange. To cope with the challenges of the future, we need to get to know each other, build a trusted environment around us and between one another.
Menny Barzilay
Cybersecurity Expert and Strategic Adviser
Cybercrime is now more than just the money stolen: human lives and our environment could potentially be at risk. The probability of a global cyber crisis is growing every day. In order to prevent a catastrophe, it is necessary to invest in the protection of each individual company, increase the level of cyber literacy and develop competencies of technical specialists. That is the reasoning behind the Cyber Polygon exercise, which has already proven itself effective. I hope that subsequent exercises will bring even more value to the international community.
Dmitry Samartsev
CEO, BI.ZONE
BI.ZONE

BI.ZONE is an expert in strategic management of digital risks. The company helps organisations around the world to develop their business safely in the digital age.

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