In 2012, a project led by Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre and Trend Micro sought to anticipate the future of cybercrime in 2020. As that year came and went, findings were reviewed and the decision was made to again complete the analysis for 2030. In this session attendees will discover what was learned and consider the societal implications of future tech innovations with criminal opportunities.
Hackers & Threats Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Mobile & IoT Security Protecting Data & the Supply Chain Ecosystem
biometrics hackers & threats Internet of Things data sovereignty artificial intelligence & machine learning
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