18th November 2015
Opening Keynote by
Chair: President of ECIPS
Protecting Critical Assets:
The no 1 vulnerability is that of protecting your critical assets. Can it be done and what do we need to do to actively
engage in both PPS public private partnerships to successfully integrate such protection across all critical asset levels?
Chair: Prof Alhas Maicibi, General Secretary, African Center for Cyberlaw and Cybercrime Prevention (ACCP)
Mr. Stephan Van Hauwe, Head of Security & Operations at Antwerp World Diamond Centre (AWDC) Threat of Unmanned Vehicles for - critical - organizations
Mr. Laszlo Dellei, European Commission and Hungarian Chamber of Judicial Experts
Mr. Steven Ackx, Director, Enterprise Advisory cvba/scr
Networking Coffee Break
Strategies and Responses to the Evolving Threats:
What strategies and responses needs to be involved in the combat of evolving security threats, Does intelligence such as CYBINT plays a role and who should be trained is something that few understand. How important is it for corporate cyber intelligence units to become CYBINT trained and what skills are necessary to deliver proper deliverable outcomes?
Prof. Francisco Jorge Gonçalves, Coordinator of the Cabinet for the Planning and Technical
Support of Material Resources/ Portuguese National Authority for Civil Protection/Ministry of Internal Affairs/Portugal. Guest Teacher
in Open University/Portugal
Mr. Holger Spohn, Cyber Defence, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE)
Senior Representative, Balabit
Global Enterprises and Cyber Risks
During 2013 over 100 banks were hacked, during 2015 10 Banks were hacked and loses stand in the hundreds of millions of Euro. How resilient is our E-commerce to these threats and when will the tipping point being for our economy?
Chair: Ricardo Baretzky, President, ECIPS
Mr. Sheraz Ali, European Cyber Resilience Research Network, Netherlands
Mr. Nicolas Castellon, Reearcher, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil
Networking Coffee Break
Working with Cross Industry/Government Partners to Enhance Cyber Resilience:
Tacking the challenges of cyber attacks and their threats to our business and society can only be enhanced by collaboration between industry/commerce and Government. What is the present scope of partnerships to enhance cyber resilience ? Who needs to be involved trained and who are the participants. What needs to be done and what is the role of the ECIPS as founder of CYBERPOL, and what predicted risks analysis should we pay attention to?
Mr. Geert Delrue,AML/CFT Expert - Law Enforcement Belgium
Mr. Neil Walker, Director Programs & Events, BORDERPOL
Open Panel Discussion
4:30 Closing Remarks by President of ECIPS
5:00 to 6:00 PM
Closing Network Session
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