Het Waalse Parlement zal als gastheer optreden voor het volgende Experience Sharing Event van de Cyber Security Coalition. Nu de cloud het belangrijkste IT-platform wordt, is cloudbeveiliging belangrijker dan ooit. Het is een echte uitdaging voor beveiligingsprofessionals om op de hoogte te blijven van de nieuwste trends en oplossingen in de cloud. Daarom zal deze Experience Sharing Day volledig gericht zijn op Cloud computing met voldoende ruimte voor de implementatieverhalen van onze leden.

For organizational purposes we kindly ask you to indicate which sessions you will attend and whether you will participate in the social activities. Please, ensure that your colleagues involved in Cloud computing also receive this invitation and encourage them to take part in the event. You are welcome to participate with multiple representatives of your organization.



Welcome Coffee


Jan De Blauwe, Chairman Cyber Security Coalition


Introduction by our host
Délégation de Sécurité, Walloon Parliament


The Cloud Security Nightmare: Facing Cloud & Multi-Cloud cybersecurity challenges head on
Yair Kler, Chief Security Architect and Head of Huawei West Europe Security Solution Planning & Architecture Design Department


Coffee Break


Help, I'm going to the cloud! (Your security guide in preparation for the big move)
Vincent Defrenne, Director Cyber Strategy @ nViso


Streamlining New Service Deployment through Orchestration – Intelligent Adaptive Authentication
Kurt Berghs, Sales Manager Belgium and Luxembourg Vasco Data Security


CSC Member Story on Cloud Security: BNP Paribas Fortis
Pascal Mathieu, Senior Security Architect at BNP Paribas Fortis


Lunch break


Introducing the Focus Group on Cloud Security
Stefan Adriaansen, Department Head Cloud Platforms Department KBC Group


Blockchain: the future of Cloud Computing
Thibault Verbiest, Partner DS Avocats


CSC Member Story: European Commission
Ken Ducatel, Director, DG DIGIT, European Commission


Coffee Break


Development of a framework and best practices for the security-driven engineering of Cloud-based applications
Nicolas Ameye, PhD in IT Strategy and Digital Business at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management


Keynote : Security and confidentiality by design of Microsoft's public cloud
Bruno Schroder, National Technology Officer, Microsoft Belux


Wrap up & Key Learnings
Jan De Blauwe, Chairman Cyber Security Coalition


Guided tour Walloon Parliament


Closing reception

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Stefan Adriaansen is head of the IT Department Cloud Platforms at KBC Bank & Verzekering. The responsibility of the department is to offer hosting solutions to run the business applications. The department's accountability is threefold: 1) Evolution and maintenance KBC's private cloud; 2) Implementation of cloud native solutions : on premises and public; 3) Data services : traditional relational databases, the Hadoop big data platform, ... Stefan is also heading the IT Department Enterprise Infrastructure Architects.

Nicolas Ameye is a PhD in IT Strategy and Digital Business at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management. He is passionate about Big Data Analytics and Cloud Computing. He is currently engaged in a three-year project focussing on Cloud Computing with a view to developing a framework and best practices for the security-driven engineering of Cloud-based applications. The project involves 11 multi-disciplinary research centres and is supported by the "Bridge – Strategic Platforms" Innoviris Grant.

Kurt Berghs is Sales Manager Belgium and Luxembourg at Vasco Data Security responsible for selling authentication and mobile app security solutions. His previous positions included worldwide Product Manager for DIGIPASS as a service, Vasco's Cloud-based authentication solution, and aXsGUARD Gatekeeper, a service oriented UTM solution, and Channel Manager for the Flemish region of all Vasco products.

Vincent Defrenne is Director Cyber Strategy at nViso. He advises clients in the definition and realization of their cyber strategy, through the definition of a cyber security transformation program or assistance in its execution. Vincent and his team are helping smaller organizations with the definition of effective security measures, and larger organizations with complex governance, risk & compliance (GRC) projects. Vincent holds a Master Degree in Business Administration from the ICHEC Brussels Business School, has studied in Spain and in the USA, and is a certified Prince2 practitioner. Prior to co-founding nViso, Vincent was IT Audit and Advisory manager at Ernst & Young, managing the IT statutory audit of some of Belgium's largest organizations.

Ken Ducatel is Director at the European Commission's DG DIGIT, the directorate for IT Security. He is also acting head of CERT-EU at European Union Institutions and Agencies and assumes the role of Chief Information Security Officer of the European Commission. From 2012 to 2014 he was heading the unit Software & Services, Cloud Computing of the European Commission's DG Connect.

Yair Kler is Head Of Huawei's Munich, Security Solution Architecture Department managing a team of cross domain (SDN, NFV, IoT, Cloud, Safe-City) architects & Chief security architect for Cloud & Big-Data domains within SPD. This implies 1) Heading the security architecture design across Huawei's solutions on Big-Data & Cloud (Public, Private & Hybrid); 2) Serving as SME for Cloud, Big-Data & SDN/NFV; 3) Organizing C-level and technical customer engagements and serving as customer voice and as the company's SME on security for Cloud, Big-Data, SDN & NFV; 4) Defining reference architecture aligning Huawei's solutions with research innovation, compliance and best practices.

Pascal Mathieu is Senior Security Architect at BNP Paribas Fortis boasting nineteen years of experience in risk management and security architecture. His specialties are: CISSP, CISM, CRISC, SABSA, Information Security Management, Security Governance, Risk Management, ISO17799, Common Criteria, Cryptography, Key Management, PKI, Infrastructure Security, Application Security, SDLC, Security Architecture. Previously he worked as Security Architect for Euroclear, Belgacom Mobile and STMicroelectronics.

Bruno Schroder is Director of Technology Belgium and Luxemburg at Microsoft, and member of the Technology Officers community, in charge of technology policy in Belgium and Luxemburg. He is Vice-President of the Microsoft Innovation Center, which is a public-private partnership between the Government of the Walloon Region and Microsoft Belgium. It focuses on the digital transformation of the Walloon economy by means of advanced coaching of Walloon companies and entrepreneurs. He is also member of the Board of CETIC, an applied research center in software engineering and embedded systems, founded in 2002 by Université de Namur, Université de Mons and Université Catholique de Louvain.

Thibault Verbiest is a Partner of DS avocats where he created the first Pole entirely dedicated to Fintech, Digital Banking and Crypto-finance : fintechregulations.eu. He is a legal advisor of ICO's (e.g., Connecty.io, Btu-protocol.com, BCDiploma.com , the 4th successful ICO in France, and Copyrightcoins.com) and of the crypto-fund manager Olymp.capital. An attorney in Paris and Brussels since 1993, he co-founded Ulys, a law firm dedicated to new technologies, e-payments and e-money, e-gaming and other regulated online activities.


donderdag 14 juni 2018, 09:30 - 18:00


Waals Parlement


Cyber Security Coalition & LSEC 

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