Eugene Kaspersky to Speak at Summer Davos
Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of secure content and threat management solutions, today announced that Eugene Kaspersky, Chairman and CEO of the company, is taking part in the World Economic Forum’s sixth Annual Meeting of the New Champions (also known as the Summer Davos).
In Tianjin, China, Eugene will be sharing both his experiences and his vision for the future of the digital world and expected forthcoming threats, while also talking with the world’s leading business and policy experts.
In particular, Eugene will be participating in the panel discussion “Creating a Resilient Cyber Economy”, on how the full potential of the world cyber economy can be realized. Among the topics to be addressed are: protecting digital privacy and reputation, addressing international security threats, and building trusted data environments. The panel discussion will be held on Thursday, September 13 at noon.
Emphasizing the importance of the Tianjin meeting, Eugene Kaspersky said: “I am very proud to represent Kaspersky Lab at the WEF meeting. I believe it is an excellent platform: for leaders - to engage with the world community, that is, the industry leaders of tomorrow who are the driving force of economic and social change around the world; and for industry representatives - to speak openly about things they really care about with people who can make a difference”.
The New Champions are led by the Forum’s growing Global Growth Companies Community (GGC) as well as the communities of Technology Pioneers, Young Global Leaders, Global Shapers and Young Scientists. The GGC was formed in 2007 to engage dynamic high-growth companies with the potential to be tomorrow’s industry leaders.