The eighth edition of the Cybertech Global conference, an international cyber event previously held in Tel Aviv and other parts of the world, arrived last week in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, which was also supported by various government agencies and departments.
The 3 days event was attended by high-ranking officials, and delegations from about 50 nations. His Excellency Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamdan bin Rashid al-Maktoum, Dubai’s Crown Prince, attended the event and expressed his excitement for the next meeting, which will be held in Dubai in 2022.
Speaking with Security MEA, the founder of Cybertech, Amir Rapaport told that “my dream has come true, as I always wanted to conduct the Cybertech conference in Dubai. It is one of the most vibrant cities across globe and also an hub for technology and business in the region,” said. “We didn’t expect this much success during the time of pandemic but Dubai received the event well. The timings for the event is perfect as it is now the only major city in the world that is open to host such a large scale event.”
An expression of the deepening friendship between the two countries received a great amount of media attention through this event. The presence of the Crown Prince of Dubai gave the event the boost of welcome and friendship too.
“I am also very happy as we have delegates from so many different countries and also the presence of the Crown Prince of Dubai made the event even bette. He also told us about looking forward to the Cybertech UAE 2022,” he added.
With cutting edge conferences and special events, the event was able to attract big number of attendees including C-Level executives, investors, professionals, and government officials.