Agenda

Presentations already confirmed include:


► Do we understand the ISO 27001 correctly?

Klaus Nötzel, Corporate ICT Information Security Officer, EUMETSAT 

  • The ISO 27001 demands an analysis of the culture of an organisation and the context it is operating. But what is a culture and context analysis and what are the advantages to improve information security compliance?
  • How the ISO 270001 relies on other business functions e.g. risk assessment?
  • How will AI and digital innovation change and impact the compliance and regulatory landscape?

► A Brief History of Tomorrow

Simon Moores, Director, Zentelligence (Research) Ltd

  • A matter of scale: what we've learned
  • Intelligence at the Edge: a security revolution is required
  • Bitcoin and the Blockchain. ‘a computationally burdensome way to hate the Government?’
  • AI: a technology steadily reaching maturity in security and information governance
  • Machine Learning Goes Mobile

► Executive Panel Discussion

2019: The toughest year in cybersecurity yet

  • Henrik Becker, Director of Compliance & Risk Management, Unitymedia
  • Isabel Münch, Head of Preventive Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructures Division, Federal Office for Information Security (BSI)
  • Klaus Nötzel, Corporate ICT Information Security Officer, EUMETSAT 

► Data protection regulation as a fuel for sustainable digital transformation

Yao Schultz Zheng, Former Head of Compliance, BMW

Why

  • Centralized IT organizations have historically been considered a cost centre, not a business enabler. Therefore many monolithic systems have been built to save on license, maintenance and operating costs.
  • Data protection (GDPR and Intellectual Property), however, is a cultural, national or regional issue, since collecting and consuming valuable data in the digital age has a very high impact on the security, profitability and competitiveness of a country or region.
  • There is therefore a high tension between legacy centralized data processing and the strict requirement to store the data locally and close to the owner.

How (illuminated by a case study)

  • Breaking down rigid, centralized and waterfall-based silo process and organizational structure and establishing a risk-based, policy- & identity-driven, distributed and networked BizDevOps process and organization model.
  • Disassemble historically grown monolithic systems according to data protection as well as the need-to-know principle, and additionally to provide more agility.
  • Build decentralized hybrid cloud infrastructures

 


►Enabling Faster Incident Response via Intelligence Automation: Making the Data Work for You

Chris Meidinger, Sales Engineer DACH, CrowdStrike

  • How to achieve automated investigation TODAY 
  • How to apply intelligence and cutting-edge technology to incident response
  • How to turn attacks into an opportunity to improve defense – automatically