The task force discussed how Beltug members deal with social engineering attacks including phishing, whaling, vishing and piggybacking. The members also discussed security tooling and sovereign cloud, and putting together best practices for 3rd-party assessments. And they gave an update on the Cyber Resilience Act, which impacts the security of products with digital elements.

Before and after the meeting, the Beltug members mingled with the more than 3000 fair visitors and took the opportunity to discuss cybersecurity solutions, focussing on data, artificial intelligence, cloud, etc.

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