Beltug VIP Evening

Location:KBC Auditorium, Brussels


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At Beltug, we aim to keep you up-to-date with the latest evolutions, and provide you with insightful inspiration. Each year, we take that goal to the next level at our annual VIP Evening - an event that is always well attended and appreciated by our members!
This year, we are proud to offer you a stimulating agenda of talks, combined with plenty of opportunity to continue discussions while networking with your peers.


Tech giants such as Google and Facebook have disrupted the media markets all over the world. To counter these companies, DPG Media acts as a local champion of content and advertising. The organisation aims to continuously innovate new digital products, ways of working and talent, while managing its legacy business. Kris Vervaet will explain how DPG Media built and rolled out this dual transformation strategy, supporting its goal to be a successful market leader in online and offline media.


Next, we'll dive into the world of ethical hacking. All big companies work with ethical hackers these days, but less than a decade ago, they would have gone to jail for doing the same. Why did this change, and how can companies trust hackers? Inti De Ceukelaire will describe how his designation changed from 'illegal hacker' to 'hero' over the years, and some of the ethical dilemmas he has encountered along the way. And he'll share insights and tips gathered from his daily fight against cybercriminals.


We look forward to meeting you in Brussels on 26 March!


The Beltug Board, Council and Team





KBC Auditorium, Havenlaan 2 / Avenue du Port 2, 1080 Brussels






Welcome drink


Being the local champion

Kris Vervaet,
CEO, DPG Media (English)


Hackers: behind the cliché
Inti De Ceukelaire,
Head of Hackers, intigriti (English)


What to expect from Beltug?

Danielle Jacobs,
CEO, Beltug (English)


Cocktail and networking buffet

22h30 End




Date & Timing
26 March 2020
18h00 - 22h30



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