Here’s a familiar term: sustainable development. First used in 1987, it has since taken various shapes for a plethora of uses. But right now, sustainability has become the need of the hour—the need to evolve without compromising the survival of future generations. By 2025, an estimated 1.8 billion people on this planet will not have access to drinking water. If we don’t change our ways in the next 27 years, experts predict we will run out of food. And at our current rate of consumption, we need around 1.7 planet Earths to sustain us.
But how does cybersecurity play a role in contributing towards a more sustainable world? Watch this keynote presentation by Jane Frankland as she covers the potential roadmap for the future cyber world and the hurdles we need to overcome to support a sustainable planet.
What you’ll learn
Our need for the sustainability culture
The possible path for the future of cyber
Challenges to overcome to support a sustainable planet
Sustainable future investments of people, processes, and technology
How cybersecurity can build a sustainable future