Deutor Cyber Security Best Practice Conference

December 12th, 2018

 December 12th, 2018  

Deutor Cyber Security Best Practice Conference

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December 12th, 2018

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Following the publication of the Deutor “Cyber Security Best Practices” book, the conference will make the best practice examples available to a wider audience. The morning is reserved for talks by cyber security experts and the afternoon for workshops on best practices.

Keynotes:
– Arne Schönbohm, President of BSI (Federal Office for Information Security)
– Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director ENISA

Panel Cyber Defence
Moderation: General a.D. Erich Staudacher, General Manager and Vice President EMEA at AFCEA Europe
– Germany: Brigadier General Jürgen Brötz, UAL SE1, German MoD
– NATO: Rear Admiral Dr. Thomas Daum, Chief of Staff and Deputy General Manager, NATO Communications and Information Agency
– Austria: Major General Rudolf Striedinger, Head of Abwehramt

Workshop 1: Red Team Assessment, Attack Simulation and Tactical Intelligence (English only)
Workshop 2: Cloud Security for high security requirements
Workshop 3: Critical Incident Response by Law Enforcement
Workshop 4: Security Challenges IoT
Workshop 5: Needle in the Haystack – Understand the DNA of your Data with the Nuix Analysis Forensics Platform (English only)
Workshop 6: Emergency management for the industry and KRITIS (Citical infrastructures)
Workshop 7: From Sharing to Collaboration (English only)

At the end of the conference there will be The Deutor Awards: DEUTOR CYBER SECURITY BEST PRACTICE AWARD under the patronage of the Federal Office for Security in Information Technology

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