The annual EBU Media Cybersecurity Seminar is the only industry event focusing on cybersecurity for media in general and public service media in particular. It assembles a line-up of leading security experts for an exchange on current cybersecurity risks and trends, latest technologies and best practices to mitigate those risks in the media industry.
On the second day of this year's event, we will apply a new format: the unconference. It is designed to foster collaboration, innovation, and meaningful connections among attendees by encouraging active participation and open discussions. Unlike traditional conferences, there are no predetermined agendas or speaker line-ups, empowering you, the participants, to shape the topics and discussions throughout the day.
Here's what to expect:
- Wiki: In the run-up to the event, and throughout the first day, attendees are encouraged to propose session topics or workshops they'd like to lead or participate in during our unconference. Be prepared to share your ideas or challenges you'd like to address and don't be shy – everyone's input is valuable! Post your ideas on the wiki.
- Opening Circle and Agenda Creation: Based on the proposed topics, we will collaboratively create the event's agenda. This organic approach ensures the day's content is relevant and engaging for all participants.
- Unconference Sessions: In each session, attendees are encouraged to actively participate, ask questions, and share their expertise. The session host should aim to foster a dynamic, interactive environment where everyone's voice can be heard.
- Networking & Collaboration: Breaks between sessions provide informal networking and collaboration opportunities.
- Closing Circle: At the end of the event, we will reconvene for a closing session to reflect on our experiences, share insights, and explore potential next steps or collaborations stemming from the day's discussions.
Remember, the success of this unconference relies on your active involvement, so come prepared to share, learn, and be inspired!