14:30 Welcome coffee
Ann Guinée, Project Manager, Beltug (English)
15:15 Implementation of the 'NIS directive' in Belgium
Network and information systems and services play a vital role in society, so their reliability and security are essential. But the increasing magnitude, frequency and impact of security incidents and attacks represent a major threat to the functioning of these systems. The Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium (CCB), under the authority of the Prime Minister, is monitoring the transposition of the so-called NIS Directive in Belgium. What are the obligations for Member States to ensure that operators of essential services (OSE) and digital service providers (DSP) adopt measures to manage these risks?
Valéry Vander Geeten, Legal Officer and Project Manager for the NIS Directive implementation, Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium (English)
15:45 Q&A: Your questions, your experience
16:00 Does more regulation lead to better and safer patient care? Impact of the NIS on UZ Leuven
Via nexuzhealth, UZ Leuven is the SaaS provider for 26 hospitals in Flanders, so it knows better than anyone the challenges of managing an infrastructure that is critical to care institutions and the healthcare sector in general. In this presentation, Reinoud Reynders will zoom in on the impact of the new NIS Directive on UZ Leuven. What will it (potentially) add, and how will UZ Leuven deal with the new rules?
Reinoud Reynders, IT Director Infrastructure & Operations, UZ Leuven (English)
16:30 Q&A: Your questions, your experience
16:45 Wrap up & Closing drink