The 2nd Berlin Security Day will take place on June 28 in parallel with the Cyber Security Summit in Tel Aviv. At the event, politicians and representatives from public service and the sciences will be discussing the most topical cyber questions confronting the elections to the German Bundestag, scheduled to take place within a few weeks.
Representatives of the largest parties will be presenting their cyber policies for the coming legislative term. Another emphasis of the event will be the issue of the points at which the parliamentary elections may be vulnerable to manipulation, and what preventative measures may be taken to protect against such threats. In addition, researchers in the field will answer questions on how international cyberspace can be regulated through the use of standards.