Rafał Jaczyński started his cybersecurity career 22 years ago, long before cybersecurity became hip. As a Chief Information Security Officer he created and led global teams in companies such as Orange, Vodafone and Staples Solutions, and as a head of PwC cyber advisory practice in Central and Eastern Europe he advised top international companies in communications, media, energy and financial sectors. Now in Huawei Rafal is responsible for cybersecurity in 28 countries, spanning the whole portfolio of Huawei products and services – from 5G to Internet of Things, from Smart Cities to Artificial Intelligence, from things we can carry, to things we can drive.
COVID has made it clear that there is room for improvement in public health service. Is it an opportunity for 5G and AI to prove they are the cure, not the disease?
Discussion of invited guests:
Andrej Doležal, Minister of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic
Peter Čapkovič, Orange
Milan Ištván, PPP
Rafal Jaczyński, Huawei
Ivan Marták, Office for the Regulation of Electronic Communications and Postal Services
Peter Šebo, PS:Digital
Radoslav Repa, MIRRI
5G is going to change many industries – but how exactly? What are the current and future business cases for 5G? Do the benefits outweigh security challenges? The presentation will show real-life examples of using 5G network for business and pleasure, and discuss a case study of securing a demanding Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) application.
5G, as any potentially revolutionary technology, has already bred numerous dragons of fear, uncertainty and doubt. Before we put 5G to work for the good of our societies and businesses, we need to harness those dragons – and the presentation helps to understand the ways of the most dangerous 5G dragons, in their natural habitat.