The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) has been intensifying its cybersecurity stance, treating it as an emerging critical area in national security consistent with the President’s agenda of development through ensuring the safety of the nation. DICT aspires for the Philippines to develop and flourish through innovation and constant development of ICT in the pursuit of a progressive, safe, secured, contented and happy Filipino nation.
“DICT of the people and for the people.”
The annual Philippines International Cybersecurity Conference (PICC) is specifically designed to follow and showcase the country's journey to the national goal of cyber resiliency. It features local and international cybersecurity, law enforcement, and counterterrorism experts. This event is sponsored by the DICT CyberSecurity Bureau. Participants will be given the chance to examine current cybersecurity challenges and discover ways to improve their security stance and to effectively counter cyber crimes and increase partnership and awareness between serving government officials, private industry, and civil-society leaders.
Bringing together over 400 delegates, the 2nd annual Philippines International Cybersecurity Conference (PICC) will provide an overview of top cybersecurity challenges with an aim to enhance the role between the government, private industry and civil society in countering cybercrimes. It will highlight the importance of emerging 21st century cyber security challenges including asymmetric threats from different actors. Finally, it aims to promote robust public-private partnership, information sharing and exchange, strategy and policy development.
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