Looking forward to the 7th edition of Seafuture 2021 which will be held at the Naval Base in La Spezia from 14 to 17 June 2021,  IBG (Italian Blue Growth) will organize the webinar  “Maritime Cyber ​​Resilience and 5G Communication Impact” which will take place on February 18, 2021, on Microsoft Teams.

This webinar is one of the online meetings that are preceding the great annual Seafuture fair, which has been postponed for a year due to the pandemic.

According to the founder of Seafuture and the President of Italian Blue Growth, Cristiana Pagni, “We will continue to strive to ensure that the edition of Seafuture 2021 is full of news and opportunities for professionals in the sector to contribute to a strong revival of the sea economy”.

This digital event on February 18th aims to introduce–in an international scenario – leading innovative technologies in the 5G telecommunications sector, and the Italian posture on maritime cyber resilience programs in the cyber defense area of expertise. The event includes participation by government experts tackling the secure by design procurement approach and further interesting lectures by academics and stakeholders engaged in designing the next-generation technologies.

This virtual table is an important event aimed above all at national and international stakeholders, not only those involved in marine safety.

Seafuture 2021 has been supported for years by industrial groups in La Spezia (FINCANTIERI, LEONARDO, MDBA, ELETTRONICA GROUP, and many others) as evidence of the great interest and attention that Italy has in the sectors of the Blue Economy through know-how that it also shares with these international events.

We kindly invite you to show your interest in the event by replying to this invitation at info@ibgsrl.it by February 10th, 2021 to receive the detailed event schedule and the credentials to access the webinar.

Previous articleFincantieri is increasingly confirmed as a leader in the shipbuilding sector
Next articleStrengthening the Blue Economy Sector with Cruise Tourism