In the morning this sharing session will focus on various governance concerns including risk management, where we shall specifically explore the Luxembourg experience. We shall also review the results of the cost of cybersecurity research and we will have a first-hand preview of the 2016 Awareness Campaign.
The afternoon is dedicated to more technical issues including an overview of the skills requirements for cybersecurity activities to be presented in the light of the wider Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA framework); the Coalition CSIRT track activities and gatherings; The EU phishing prevention initiative and practical consideration to face the GDPR implementation.
08u30 - 09h30 Welcome Coffee
09h30 - 09h50 Introduction Cyber Security Coalition
09h50 - 10h20 Overview of risk management methods, practices, frameworks & certifications by Georges Ataya, Academic director @ Solvay Business School
10h20 - 11h00 Examples of practical risk assessment practices in Luxembourg & hands-on example of the MONARC free tool by Thierry Petigenet, CASES Services Coordinator (Luxembourg)
11h00 - 11h20 Break
11h20 - 12h00 GDPR: 18 months to comply by Eirk Luysterborg, Erik,Partner at Deloitte, Enterprise Risk Services
12h00 - 12h30 Security patching of Smartphones by Charles Cuvelliez, membre du Conseil de l’IBPT et membre du corps scientifique et enseignant de l’ULB (Ecole Polytechnique)
12h30 - 14h00 Lunch
14h00 - 14h20 National Awareness Campaign by Jeroen Gobin, CERT.be/ Andries Bomans, CCB
14h20 - 15h00 EU Phishing Initiative by Vincent Hinderer - information-security-consultant, csirt-incident-handler &-project-manager @CERT-LEXSI
15h00 - 15h30 Cyber Security skills inventory by Nathalie Van Raemdonck , CCB
15h30 - 15h50 Break
15h50 - 16h30 Recent highlight in Cybersecurity by Maurits Lukas, Director of Strategic Initiatives at Flashpoint; Ex FOX-IT )
16h30 - 17h00 Update on Coalition tracks: awareness track & Cyber security coalition convention
17h00 - 17h15 Closure
17h15 - 18h30 Drink
How to get there
The car park Loi/Wet is nearby, the entrance is on the Rue de la Loi 85, 1040 Brussels.
The Résidence Palace is right above the Schuman station, which makes the train the most convenient way of getting to the International Press Centre. Please follow the signs ‘Résidence Palace’ in the station and take the exit Rue de la loi/Wetstraat. The main entrance to the International Press Centre is right in front of you.
The metro lines 1 and 5 go to the Schuman station, just below the Résidence Palace. Please follow the signs ‘Résidence Palace’ in the station and take the exit Rue de la loi/Wetstraat exit. The main entrance to the International Press Centre is right in front of you.