Thu Jan 14 CET (9 months ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Wed Jan 13 11:00pm - Thu Jan 14 11:00am
The 16th e-Crime & Cybersecurity DACH will take place online and will look at how cybersecurity teams, risk management functions and boards are tackling the key issues. As digitalisation goes critical, is this finally the moment at which traditional cybersecurity management has to change?
Digitalisation is not optional; the Cloud is unavoidable; business transformation is survival. Can CISOs maintain control?
The judgement of the Court of Justice of the European Union Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Ltd and Maximillian Schrems (Schrems II) is a wake-up call. Max Schrems’ privacy group, Noyb, has already filed 101 complaints with regulators across all EU member states against companies with major European websites using code from Facebook or Google, both of which transfer data to the U.S. for processing. And in the first sign of major action from an EU regulator, the Irish DPC has sent Facebook a preliminary order to suspend data transfers to the U.S.
In this new environment, cybersecurity professionals are facing a host of new threats.
Remote working, an increased reliance on cloud and SaaS, staff availability shortages, and the increase in targeted attacks against under-pressure staff are putting organisations around the world under even more strain.
At this challenging time, information-sharing and collaboration is crucial to our ability to defend systems and data against cybercriminals.
AKJ Associates has 20 years’ experience in delivering the best in cybersecurity content to the most discerning professionals.
Our closed-door meetings bring CISOs, CSOs and other information security practitioners together not just to hear local news and renew domestic relationships, but to gain access to international best practice from their peers in government and industry and to hear from leading global solution providers.
This event will feature expert speakers from industry and the market's leading service suppliers to deliver:
• Critical and unique insights that can inform the direction of business, technology and security strategy
• Practical steps that can help assess exposure to, articulate and proactively mitigate the impacts of emerging risks
• Examples of proven approaches that can ensure commercial objectives are met in a secure, compliant manner
• Guidance on future issues and challenges to consider as part of the enterprise decision-making process
CISO, Swiss Post
Informationssicherheitsbeauftragte CISO, University of Basel
Dr. Andreas Lober
Partner, BEITEN BURKHARDT
Corporate InfoSec Officer, OSRAM Licht AG
Detective Chief Superintendent, State Office of Criminal Investigation of North Rhine-Westphalia
CISO, Hubert Burda Media KG
Chief Technical Evangelist, Onapsis Inc
Regional Director Central Europe, SentinelOne
Director Cortex Central Europe, Palo Alto Networks
VP EMEA, Kenna Security
Senior Vice President Strategy, Cybersprint
Solutions Engineering CEEUR, Corelight Inc.
Chief Security Officer, IntSights
Senior Technology Consultant, BeyondTrust
Marco Di Meo
Sales Team Leader, EMEA, Darktrace
Solution Architect EMEA, Synack
Sales Director, Synack
Sr. Solutions Engineer (DACH), Snyk
Threat Intelligence Analyst, Recorded Future
Chief Information Security Officer, Fidelis Cybersecurity.
Director of Email Security Products, Darktrace
• Palo Alto Networks
• Recorded Future