The ongoing digital revolution paves the way for a multitude of new, innovative business ideas and models. Companies at the forefront of this movement have great competitive advantages, but are also increasingly vulnerable to cyber threats and attacks. Being aware of potential threats and how these can efficiently be alleviated is essential. Luxinnovation is pleased to invite you to an event on practical cybersecurity measures for any company whose innovation activities have a digital dimension.
A hacker that takes over the control of an autonomous vehicle… An industrial company whose whole production chain is brought to a standstill by a cyber-attack… Sensitive patient data that is stolen from a health tech company… Disastrous events that can have very severe consequences for the companies involved and even risk human lives. And not only major, well-known companies are concerned: even the innovations of start-ups and smaller firms can be the targets of cyberattacks.
Being aware of the risks and existing threats is a first step towards safeguarding your company. This event will provide you with the latest information about cyber risks and different types of attacks. You will also learn about how these can be mitigated with the help of existing tools and the institutional help available in Luxembourg to increase your cybersecurity. Business practitioners will share their experience and provide tips and tricks on how to increase your security level.
With a particular focus on the fields of automotive industry, health technologies and Industry 4.0, this event is open for company decision makers as well as for IT experts. The event is organised as part of the Cybersecurity Week 2019.
08:30 | Registration
09:00 | Welcome note, Jean-Paul Hengen, ICT Cluster Manager Luxinnovation
09:10 | Luxembourg’s cybersecurity mapping, Pascal Steichen, CEO SECURITYMADEIN.LU
09:30 | Keynote: Threat landscape – where are we, and what can we expect!, Timur Biyachuev, VP Threat Research Kaspersky Lab
Part 1 – Cybersecurity in the Automobility and Healthtech sector
09:50 | Car hacks vs. HealthTech hacks – what both have in common and how to survive them!, Dr.-Ing. Marcus Völp, Research Scientist CritiX, SnT, University of Luxembourg
10:05 | 1-to-1 with Dr.-Ing. Marcus Völp, Research Scientist CritiX, SnT, University of Luxembourg
10:15| Panel: Meet the experts
- Kaspersky Lab – Sergey Zorin, Head of Transportation System Security
- Luxoft – Clemens Dannheim, Business Development Lead
- Regify – Kurt Kammerer, CEO
- SciPharm – Michael Beckers, CEO
- SEC Consult – Frank Trenz, Head of Business Development
11:00 | Networking coffee break
Part 2 – Cybersecurity in the Materials&Manufacturing sector
11:30 | Industrial CyberSecurity : Opportunities, challenges and threats, Jurgen De Wever, Strategy Manager Siemens Digital Industries Belgium-Luxemburg
11:50 | 1-to-1 with Jurgen De Wever, Strategy Manager Siemens Digital Industries Belgium-Luxemburg
12:00 | Panel: Meet the experts
- Cebi International – Pierre-Hubert Andrieux, Information Security Manager
- IBM – Tewfik Toum, IBM Distinguished Market Intelligence Professional, Principal Advisor, Technology & Business Services
- Kaspersky Lab – Vladimir Dashchenko, Head of ICS Cert Vulnerability Research
- Openfield – Massimo Russo, CEO
- Siemens Digital Industries Belgium-Luxemburg – Jurgen De Wever, Strategy Manager
12:50 | Closing remarks
13:00 | Networking lunch
Moderator: Raphael Frank