Cybercrime is the fastest-growing crime and it affects all types of businesses. Come and learn in this half day cyber training for management and business leaders about what you can and should do. Live a real life case simulation, learn from two expert companies in the field (Thales and NVISO) and gain insight in lessons learned from an unfortunate case that happened recently.
The Corona crisis, and the uncertainty on how long it will last, leaves us no other option but to move this to a new date, to be determined together.
Cybercrime is the fastest-growing crime and it affects all types of businesses—public and private, large and small. Cyberattacks on companies are also increasing in size and sophistication, which is costing companies escalating sums in damage and prevention.
It’s important to remember that companies can’t protect all assets equally; an effective cybersecurity strategy is a game of prioritization.
Come and learn in this half day cyber training for management and business leaders about what you can and should do. Live a real life case simulation, learn from two expert companies in the field (Thales and NVISO) and gain insight in lessons learned from an unfortunate case that happened recently.
Investing half a day of your time will be more than worth your investment.
- Sector: Any sector
- Company size: Any size, from midsize to large enterprises.
- People in management positions; no need to be technical
- CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, Head of Innovation, Head of Business Units,…
- Create a sense of urgency
- Equip you to better prepare and cope with cyber security risks
- Call for action – after the session, you should want to act immediately, and have concrete take aways, such as wanting to raise a few questions to your CIO, suppliers, CFO, Management Team or Board
Registration and Welcome coffee
Part 1. Those security threats that are keeping boards up at night by NVISO
NVISO is regularly asked to inform company boards of directors or executive committees on current threats. This presentation is their 2019 update on the topic, where they highlight five areas of concern across sectors and organizations sizes. They will present and explain how cyber fraud, industrialized cyber attacks and uncontrolled digital innovation are at the origin of 70% of all calls received on their Cyber Hotline, and what are the questions to ask to your technology teams and suppliers.
Part 2. A crisis management game (with active participation of the audience) by NVISO
During this 1-hour simulation, we place you the participants in the shoes of a company’s executive committee dealing with a cyber-attack. You will need to make decisions to manage the business impact of such an attack, attempt to identify options to contain and eradicate it, and manage the risks to your reputation and bottom line. This game is designed for a non-technical audience, and is followed by a debriefing of the incident to help understand the nature and mechanisms of a cyber attack, and therefore gain some relevant insights into the do’s and don’ts when dealing with such a crisis.
Part 3. What should I do to be ready to deal with a cyber security incidents? By THALES
In this part , you gain insight in some questions to ask and how to respond. Test your environment before somebody shows you how much you are vulnerable!
“Are my main assets well protected? Are my data safe?
What about my business if my systems are down?,…..”
Trends show a huge increase in hacked and breached data from sources that are increasingly common in the workplace, like mobile and IoT devices and Cybercriminals get organised to steal intelligence and capital that you need to defend against.
Part 4. Lessons learned from live cases (tbc)
Part 5 Networking reception and ample time to ask questions/ exchange experiences
A . NVISO
Vincent Defrenne is a director and co-founder of NVISO, a Belgian cyber security consulting firm that specializes in prevention, detection and response to cyber security incidents. Vincent leads the Cyber Strategy practice of the firm, where he and his team act as as security officer of multiple organizations as part of their CISO-as-a-Service approach. Vincent combines a master in business administration with 13 years of experience in IT and Information Security.
Erik Van Buggenhout is a director and co-founder of NVISO, a Belgian cyber security consulting firm that specializes in prevention, detection and response to cyber security incidents. Erik leads the Cyber Detection & Response practice of the firm, where he ans his team assists medium and large organizations in the detection and response to cyber attacks. Erik is a world-famous security trainer for the SANS Institute and regularly speaks at security conferences all over the world.
Yves Looverie boasts more than 25 years of experience in sales, business development, management, and consulting. He has worked in many different industries with companies that include Siemens, France Telecom, Scotwork, Orange Business Services, Cisco Systems, Unisys and Olivetti. In 2011, Yves joined Thales Belgium as Sales & Marketing Manager in charge of the Cybersecurity Services at Thales Belgium.
Olivier Deleuze has 20 years of experience in sales, business development, pre-sales and outsourcing. He has worked in many different industries with companies that include IBM, AT&T, Siemens, Bull and ATOS. In 2015, Olivier joined Thales Belgium as Head of Security segment at Thales Belgium.
Tuesday 7 May 2019, 13:00 - 17:15
Bld A. Reyers 80
165 € Agoria members - 330 € Non - members - Limited places available (max 20 p)
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