The ever-changing nature of cyberattacks has prompted international technology giants to propose cybersecurity requirements for the establishment of a clean supply chain. As a key player in the supply chain of global high-tech manufacturing, Taiwan integrates and introduces the cybersecurity capabilities of public and private resources to upgrade industry defenses, establishing Taiwan as the leading partner of choice in supply-chain safety.
For three years in a row from 2019 to 2021, President Tsai Ing-wen has attended CYBERSEC. In 2021, she proposed the strategy of “Cybersecurity is National Security 2.0” to upgrade overall cybersecurity protection and promote the robust development of the cybersecurity industry in Taiwan. This serves as the foundation for creating a smart nation of resilience, security, and reliability.
To present diverse cybersecurity applications and welcome everyone to explore the full range of cybersecurity perspectives, the 2022 Cyber Taiwan Pavilion will establish an online space where the public may learn about the Smart Taiwan Cybersecurity Exhibition. Visitors to the site will be able to understand the true capabilities of Taiwan cybersecurity through the informative presentations of brands developed independently in Taiwan.
Based on carefully designed cybersecurity field application scenarios, visitors will be guided through in-depth interactive experiences to witness the multitude of cybersecurity applications embedded throughout industry and everyday life.
At the exhibition, domestic cybersecurity R&D brands will demonstrate the solid cyberdefense capabilities of Taiwan and present the power of its industry in cybersecurity R&D.
Join a guided tour to better understand the cybersecurity industry and how cybersecurity is applied in prominent industries.
Go on a site visit to see innovative Taiwan cybersecurity applications in action. Observe defense mechanisms across a variety of fields, and develop cybersecurity management skills to strengthen industry resilience.
※This is an invitation-only event