13:30 Welcome and introduction
Ann Guinée, Communication Manager, Beltug (English)
13:40 The increased use of private smartphones for business purposes: mitigating the risks
The latest Beltug report on the Belgian Business ICT Market indicates that private use of corporate smartphones is increasing. With the massive shift to homeworking during the Covid-19 crisis, this has become even more prevalent. Safe use of these smartphones is critical to avoid a data breach. In this presentation, you'll hear about the major smartphone cyber security risks, and what advice organisations can give to employees to mitigate them. Special attention will be paid to finding a balance between protecting organisational data and respecting employee privacy.
Jan Leonard, Data Privacy Manager, Orange Belgium (English)
14:10 User story: Ensuring a secure VDAB: the human factor
VDAB processes sensitive and confidential information on a daily basis. There is a lot done on the technical level to secure this information, but what about the potentially weakest link in the chain – the human factor? How is the organisation raising awareness about information security?
Babak Mohammad, Securityteam - Projectleider security awareness, and Tom De Leeuw, Diensthoofd CIO Office, VDAB (Dutch)
14:40 User story: Employee vigilance at Seris
As a security firm, Seris is faced with the risks of cybercrime on a daily basis. The company has experienced several cybercrime attempts, which have had both financial and operational impacts. Christophe will share with you what the company has learned, particularly on the:
- Importance of security awareness within a security company
- Potential risks specific to the business
- Specific employee vigilance training
Christophe Voets, Director Technology, Seris (Dutch)
15:10 Q&A: Your questions, your experience
15:30 Wrap up & End
We will keep the session open after the end to enable those who wish to continue the discussions.