Étoile Business Center
Étoile Business Center, 21-25 Rue Balzac, 75008 Paris, France

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Event Date Thu Mar 12 CET (almost 2 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Thu Mar 12 3:30am - Thu Mar 12 7:30am
Location Étoile Business Center
21-25 Rue Balzac, 75008 Paris, France
Region EMEA

Altran, Airbus, Eurofins, the agglomeration of Grand Cognac, M6 or Edenred to name only these cases, in 2019 IT attacks targeting businesses fueled the news throughout the year. 2020 has barely started and the London bureau de change Travelex, Le Robert and the city of Las Vegas, seat of the famous CES, have already announced that they have been the target of hackers. There is now not a week without a cyber attack targeting a business being revealed. None are immune: large or small, from the private or public sector, whatever the sector of activity.

Companies are aware of the phenomenon. According to IDC, more than seven out of ten European companies fear ransomware and malware as a priority. Rightly so, since these are, according to IDC, the two most widespread attacks in the past two years, in the face of internal threats, phishing, SQL injection or even denial of service. In addition to data theft, damage to services and infrastructure, and financial loss, it is also the reputation of companies that can be damaged.

As organizations transform using digital technologies, they potentially increase their area of ​​vulnerability. The Cloud, mobility, the Internet of Things, as well as the opening of the information system to the ecosystem can be new paths by which hackers launch their attacks. This is without counting on conventional techniques such as phishing, which is still widely used.

Now the question is no longer whether we will be the victim of a cyber attack, but when. So how to continue an activity when the IT is corrupt? What emergency plan to put in place? Which cyber risk governance to adopt? What organization should be put in place when implementing an operational security center? How to adapt access and identity management to the times of the Cloud, mobility, IoT and open ecosystems? What is the place of automation in attack prevention? What measures to deploy in the event of an attack?


2020 Speakers

Jérôme Drevet
General Manager, IDC France

Eddye Dibar
Senior Research Analyst, IDC France

Bertrand Lesellier from Chezelles
COMCYBER Chief of Staff, Ministry of the Armed Forces - Cyber ​​Defense Command

Arnaud Martin
RSSI, Caisse des Dépôts

Patrice bigeard
Ile de France digital security representative, ANSSI

Philippe Loudenot
CISO, Ministry of Solidarity and Health

Eric Singer
Chief Information Security Officer EMEA, Schneider Electric France

Sebastien Valsemey
Information Systems Security Manager, Médiamétrie France

Eric Vautier
Group CISO, ADP Aéroports de Paris

Sponsors & Partners

2020 Partners

• Cesin

• Atout DSI

• Confluent
• Ivanti
• Veeam

• Exclusive Networks