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Advanced Persistent Attacks – Anything I should worry about?

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17th December 2015 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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EEMA / TrustCore fireside debate

CIO / CSO-Debate
with thought-leading speakers / moderators

Topic
We are living in a world where attacks happen on a daily basis. Hacking Tools / Viruses etc can be found everywhere, bought online and even be made on demand.  We reached new lows when we read what parties like hacking team were selling to their “clients”. We read articles like “How US banks were attacked, manipulated and left (heart)bleeding”.  In this context should companies start to worry and keep an eye on advanced and persistent attacks… or is this only for international organisations and/or financial institutions? This fireside will try to explain what APT’s are and how bad it is and help you understand why it becomes a problem for us all.

Speakers
Freddy Dezeure is Head of CERT.EU which has as its mission to support the European Institutions to protect themselves against intentional and malicious attacks that would hamper the integrity of their IT assets and harm the interests of the EU. The scope of CERT-EU’s activities covers prevention, detection, response and recovery.

Ian J West is Chief, Cyber Security of the NATO Communications and Information Agency which is NATO’s first line of cyber defence and which is responsible for the full lifecycle of NATO Cyber Security activities, designing, implementing and operating the Alliance’s cyber defences.

Programme
•    15:30-16:00    Registration – NB Passport / IDcard required for entry
•    16:00-17:00    Thoughts to open the debate – Freddy / Ian
•    17:00-18:00    Debate / Discussions
•    18:00-18:30    Drinks and networking

To request a copy of the presentations please email erik.vanzuuren@eema.org

 

Details

Date:
17th December 2015
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Brussels

Organiser

EEMA / EC DIGIT

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To request a copy of the presentations please email erik.vanzuuren@eema.org