Beltug

Cyber defence and your 360 security perimeter (X-change)


Date:25/04/2019
Time:14:00
Location:Living Tomorrow, Vilvoorde


 

Fighting off cyberattacks and hacking threats seems to have become an ongoing battle. You obviously need to secure your infrastructure, network and devices: the challenge is how?

 

In this session, we’ll have a look at a few of the aspects, including the issues surrounding mobile devices, and how the government can support us in our defence. Plus, we will hear from KBC about how to onboard staff (often your most vulnerable link) into the battle.

 

Please note that in order to guarantee an interactive discussion, we are keeping the number of attendees limited, so be sure to book your spot in time.

 


 

25/04/2019

 
14:00-18:00
 
Living Tomorrow
Indringingsweg 1, 1800 Vilvoorde


 

Agenda

 

14:00 Welcome coffee

 

14:30 Introduction: Participants’ expectations around the table

 

Ann Guinée, Project Manager, Beltug (English)

 

14:45 The mobile security spectrum

 

‘Mobile-first’ has become second nature for employees in their business communications, but these popular mobile devices are also the hardest to protect.  During this session, you will learn why mobile devices are under attack, and what possibilities exist for bettering secure devices, apps and business data.

 

Björn Kemps, Director Operations, mobco (English)

 

15:15 Q&A: Your questions, your experience

 

15:30 Ready for conflict – the new EU cyber defence strategy

 

The need for cybersecurity has never been greater, but cyber threats are also growing. We face some very fundamental debates: can we buy 5G equipment from China? Can our voting process resist outside attacks? Is data being stolen or manipulated through social media in order to steer elections?  The EU’s new cybersecurity strategy, including a brand-new Cybersecurity Act, creates a permanent Agency for information security. It also requires new preparatory measures in the Member States, new security investments, cyber incident handling and cyber war exercises, and a new push for security certification of electronic devices and services. We’ll examine the strengths and weaknesses of this plan, and its expected impact on Europe’s security industry.

 

Hans Graux, ICT lawyer, time.lex (English)

 

16:00 Q&A: Your questions, your experience

 

16:15 Short coffee break

 

16:30 Case: Cyber security - a top priority at KBC group

 

Cyber Security is one of the top priorities within KBC Group. In this presentation, you will get some insight into KBC Group’s Cyber security awareness program: how training of colleagues in Cyber security is organised, the initiatives to increase awareness of the threat landscape throughout the Group, and the role of a CERT team for the Group to enable these activities.

 

Hilde van Gils, Information Risk Officer, KBC Group (English)

 

17:00 Q&A: Your questions, your experience

 

17:15 Wrap up & Closing drink

 

18:00 End