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The COVID-19 and many other Black Swan Events have forced many financial institutions to migrate workloads to cloud platforms, including data, analysis engines, and security management platforms. In addition, more and more remote working modes have also brought great challenges to cyber security and data security. It can be said that the COVID-19 has brought threats to China’s cybersecurity industry as well as opportunities for industrial upgrading. The epidemic environment has spawned new forms of cybersecurity services. At the same time, as “New Infrastructure” becomes the focus of national policy and social attention, new infrastructure hardware equipment will be in a new physical environment, accompanied by a new network ecology and new malicious threats. Therefore, “New Infrastructure” has also brought new opportunities to the network security industry.
In order to further explore the cyber security planning of the financial industry in the post-epidemic era, build a security assurance system for the key information infrastructure of the financial industry, and strengthen the innovation capabilities of the financial industry’s cyber security technology, “The 21st China Fintech Summit – Focusing on Financial Industry Cyber Security” will be held in Shanghai on December 10-11, 2020. At that time, people in charge of information security from relevant government agencies, state-owned banks, commercial banks, foreign banks, insurance companies, securities companies, Internet finance companies and other financial institutions will gather together to discuss hot topics in the field of network security in the financial industry, so as to find the best business partners in the market.