The EBU is looking for expert speakers from the industry to share their knowledge and insights with our Members and participants at the 2019 edition of the Media Cybersecurity Seminar (22-23 October, Geneva). If you work on cybersecurity for a public service media organization, or if you are a consultant, lawyer, solutions vendor, academic, hacker, or otherwise involved in one of the topics listed below, we are interested!

The EBU Media Cybersecurity Seminar provides EBU Members with a forum to network, discuss the current landscape of cybersecurity threats and exchange best practice on technologies and strategies for threat mitigation. Our long-term objective is to shape a more secure media industry.

If you would like to present on one of the following topics, please submit your abstract (300 words) by 31 April 2019. Note that presentations involving practical use-cases or based on operational experience will be given priority.

On the Agenda for MCS 2019

We are looking for presentations on the following topics (but will consider pitches for other topics as well):


    • Legal frameworks against content piracy
    • Tools and solutions for live & non-live content protection
    • Illegal streaming devices / illegal streaming websites
    • User data protection & data leaks

    • Security operational center
    • Data management / analysis
    • Risk assessment use-cases in media
    • Monitoring solutions
    • SIEM

    • Cybersecurity governance
    • Bug bounty policies
    • Threat intelligence
    • Business continuity
    • Facility-wide assessment / security benchmarking
    • Social media management
    • Awareness campaigns

    • New hacking techniques and methods
    • Ransomware, cryptoware, etc
    • Cloud services and containers – dockers, etc

    • AI in cyberattacks and cyberdefense
    • Quantum computing / cryptography
    • Blockchain

... and more.

Again, to apply, please submit your 300 word abstract here. The deadline for submissions is 31 April 2019.

Latest news