HLS-CYBER 2022 International Conference and Exhibition Tel Aviv, Israel – November 27th to 29th, 2022
Conference followed by exhibition and face-to-face meetings
At the David Intercontinental Hotel, Professor Ezekiel Kaufman St. 12, Tel Aviv.
November 27th to 29th, 2022 – AGENDA
08:00 – 09:30
Registration & Refreshments
09:30 – 10:00
Ayelet Nahmias Verbin, Chairperson of The Israel Export Institute
MK. Omer Bar-Lev – Minister of Public Security, Israel
10:00 – 10:15
Challenges & Opportunities
In This Session we will provide a snapshot of the current challenges and Opportunities in Israel’s cyber and physical security arenas, and share what we can anticipate in the coming years.
10:15 – 11:00
How do we prevent the next threat? Police Commissioners from around the world share their insights
In our modern world, there exists a synergy between the physical and cybernetic dimensions. This synergy presents law enforcement agencies with significant challenges regarding the methods and solutions that will best help protect the lives of civilians. The options are vast and knowing which solution will work best when the threats are not completely clear can be a daunting task.
In this session, we will meet police commissioners from around the world. Together we will attempt to create a roadmap that will prevent the next threat from occurring, using technology, intelligence, and human forces.
In addition, we will discuss the fine line that distinguishes between law enforcement, and civil and collective responsibilities when making decisions in real time.
Mr. Yaakov ‘Kobi’ Shabtai , Commissioner of Israel Police
11:00 – 11:45
The Expanding Universe of Critical Structures: Prediction, Protection and Prevention
Yuri Rassega, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Enel, Rassega, Italy
Protecting critical infrastructure is vital to securing a given country’s ability to continuously run essential services – both governmental and civil, and raises the importance of taking into account both cybernetic and kinetic concerns.
As the world continues to expand its protection of critical infrastructure, such as airports, sea ports and electrical infrastructure, new challenges area rising in fields such as energy, transportation, hospitals, banks and more.
In this session we will meet professionals in the fields of law enforcement and public institution management to discuss how we can continue to protect critical infrastructures while predicting and preventing danger.
11:45 – 12:00
12:00 – 12:45
Crowd Management: “Cyber Dome’ & Public Safety
Gaby Portnoy, Director General INCD, Israel
Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell, U.S. Fire Administrator
Omri Timianker, Co-Founder & president of Cobwebs Technologies, Israel
In the present day and age, protecting crowds occurs both in the physical and virtual worlds. Crowds in these spaces are both a sensitive and significant target in influencing countries.
In this session we will discuss the challenges of finding the right security measures to manage emergency events in various spaces, whether caused by humans or nature. In our discussion, we will put a spotlight on the civil space as a factor that supports countries in dealing with emergency situations.
12:45 – 13:00
Maya – integrative intelligence for rescue unites
Colonel Elad Edri, Search-and-rescue brigade Commander, Israel
In this session the Home Front Command of Israel will provide a first glimpse into a new intelligence platform that provides authorities with real-time insights into emergency situations in which survivors are trapped.
The system supports three main processes: collection, research, and data presentation, and provides law enforcement officials with real-time data access on the front lines.
We will learn about the system’s mapping technology, imaging capabilities, and the relationship it creates between intelligence and rescue forces in order to help find trapped survivors.
Speaker: Col. Elad Edri, Search-and-rescue brigade Commander (Deputy Commander of IDF’s Home Front Command’s search-and-rescue delegation to Surfside Miami, 2021), Israel
13:00 – 13:45
Shaping the future: AI & Robotics in law enforcement
Major Gen. (Res.) Professor Isaac Ben-Israel, Chairman of Israel Space Agency
Vivek Mahajan, Chief Technology Officer, Fujitsu Limited, Japan
Robotics and artificial intelligence are filling up the security and technological toolbox in the quest for reactive and economic efficiency.
In this session we will expand on what this means and discuss the role of artificial intelligence and robotic automation in replacing human resources in security and law enforcement. We will also discuss the potential risks and the need to minimize dangers, while maintaining high security standards.
Major Gen. (Res.) Professor Isaac Ben-Israel, Israel Chairman of Israel Space Agency (since 2005). Co-Director of the National AI Task Force (since 2018). Professor Emeritus at Tel-Aviv University, teaching at the Security Studies Program (since 2002) and at the Cohen Institute for the History & Philosophy of Sciences and Ideas (since 1989).
Vivek Mahajan, Chief Technology Officer, Fujitsu Limited
13:45 – 15:00
18:00 – 22:00
Police Commissioners Conference, Tel Aviv
(By invitation only)
Guided sightseeing tour to Jerusalem including lunch
**For international guests only
Cyber for Transportation and Airport C/T-SOC visit – Hosted by Israel Airports Authority (IAA)
*The number of participants in the Cyber Plenary hosted by IAA is limited and would be approved individually based on relevance and capacity.
*Suitable for Cyber/Security managers/experts mainly from Transportation different sectors and Critical Infrastructure field.
*Organized transportation to Ben-Gurion Int’l Airport (Terminal 1 Façade)
**Changes of schedule might apply by organizers
09:00 – 09:30
Meet outside door No. 3, Identifying invitees, escorted walk to venue, Coffee
09:30 – 09:45
Opening Address by IAA
09:45 – 10:10
Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD) – The National Regulation approach to Critical Infrastructure
10:10 – 10:30
Ministry of Transportation (MoT) = Determining the need for cross-sector T-SOC
10:30 – 10:45
10:45 – 11:15
IAA Approach to cyber security, and roadmap to implementing T-SOC
11:15 – 11:45
Stakeholders Specialists Panel (IAA, MoT, INCD, etc.)
11:45 – 12:15
Light Snacks Lunch
12:15 – 13:00
A visit to IAA & Mot C+T-SOC
13:30 – 16:30
Israel Police showcase
At the National Police Academy, Beit Shemesh
(For international guests only)