We are pleased to announce the upcoming fourth consecutive edition of the Executive Cybersecurity Management Challenges (CMC) symposium. Over the course of the past four years, it has risen in prominence on the Swiss and international stage for cybersecurity. This year, in a completely new format, it will gather in Lugano both domestic and international experts. The substantive question that will be posed is the connection between artificial intelligence, robotics, security, and the role of decision-makers as machines will shape worldview and power relations.
This symposium will discuss how the 4.0 revolution has penetrated business, law enforcement, cyber security, and societal development. The symposium will focus on theoretical developments and technical details that are rapidly evolving.
These paradigmatic shifts are a critical challenge for decision makers in substantive areas of business, corporate security, government policy, and job security.
The event, promoted by Anchorage Group in partnership with Franklin University Switzerland (www.fus.edu), is proud to have received the patronage of the City of Lugano, as well as support from numerous partners and sponsors. The location will be the Lugano-Sorengo Campus of Franklin University Switzerland, the university for the future.
The Symposium Board of CMC
The Symposium Board of CMC is composed as follows: Chair Mr. Kim Hildebrant – President Anchorage Group - Prof. Morris Mottale – Chair of International Relations Dept. Franklin University; Mr. Luca Tenzi – Senior Security Adviser; Mr. Jon Becker – Former Head of European Legal Affairs at InterMune and Amgen in Switzerland; Former Head Southern European Legal Department Electronic Data Systems; GC of Clearly Legal; Mr. Vito Todaro – Security Adviser