What are the Information Security Days?

i1 + 250 key decision makers and security specialists in one venue from Luxembourg and different other european countries
i2 An exclusive programme of seminars and presentations delivered by some of the world’s biggest names in technology.
i3 The opportunity to build strong relationships and partnerships with security decision makers.
i4 The chance to view the latest and greatest technological advances and security innovations in an exclusive exhibition.
i5 Networking opportunities including a prestigious dinner gathering key decision-makers on day one

 

Technology has always affected the physical world in the form of engineered systems to generate electricity and water, manufacturing facilities to build automobiles and run environmental systems in buildings, for example. However, changes in that technology now drive IT governance and strategy toward convergence in an accelerated fashion, blurring the line between the « digital » and the « physical ».

IoT accelerates this convergence in the financial, insurance, retail and consumer fields as well. Gartner says that by year-end 2017, more than 20% of enterprises will have digital risk services devoted to protecting business initiatives using devices and services in the Internet of Things.

Although cybersecurity has always been a concern for all technology, information and IT security have dominated the development and implementation of technology and solutions. Now the « digital explosion » requires that organizations consider cybersecurity as a superset of IT security to incorporate these new requirements.

IS Days is a two-day event gathering cybersecurity professionals for an exclusive programme of seminars and presentations given by recognised experts, live demos in the exhibition area and many networking opportunities.

For the first time this year’s edition will include a prestigious dinner gathering 200 IT decision-makers to reward best practices on March 28th.

SPEAKERS 2017

PROGRAMME

  • DAY 1 : March 28th
  • 08:30 am
    Doors Opening
  • 09:00 am
    Welcome words by POST Luxembourg

    Pierre Zimmer, Deputy Director, POST Luxembourg

  • 09:10 am
    "Cyber attack or information warfare"

    Gérald Arboit, Directeur de recherche, Centre Français de Recherche sur le Renseignement (CF2R)

  • 9:40 am
    "Building a Cavalry army to make being online safer?"

    Claus Cramon Houmann, Consultant, ImproveIT

  • 10:10 am
    «The Internet of Very Bad Things – Good, Bad or just plain Ugly?»

    Patrick Grillo, Senior Director, Solutions Marketing, Fortinet

  • 10:30 am
    "Prepare for the unknown"

    Koen Maris, CTO Cyber Security, ATOS

  • 10:50 am
    Coffee Break in the exhibition area
  • 11:20 am
    "Journey to SOAPA"

    Thorsten Ries, Head of Security Intelligence, POST Luxembourg

    « The enterprise immune system : self-learning cyber defence through machine learning »

    Ennio di Rosa, Senior Business Manager EMEA, Darktrace

  • 11:40 am
    "How Identity and Access Management will enable you to get in control of data processing"

    Anne Hiemstra, Manager Identity, PwC

  • 12:00 pm
    Networking Lunch in the exhibition area
  • 02:00 pm
    Live demos

    Demo Area 1:

    « GDPR: Integrer la securité de l’information dans le concept de responsabilité »

    Cedric Nedelec, Data Protection Officer, PwC

     

    Demo Area 2:

    « L’Ennemi de l’intérieur : Mieux comprendre les menaces internes »

    Antoine Louveau, Sales Representative, Varonis

     

    Demo Area 3:

    « GDPR: il est (encore) temps d’agir »

    Frédéric Connes, Directeur juridique & Senior Manager, HSC

     

  • 02:30 pm
    Live demos

    Demo Area 1:

    « The secrets of a world class Security Operations Centre »

    Dimension Data introduces Garry Sidaway, SVP Security Strategy & Alliances, NTT Security

     

    Demo Area 2:

    « License to phish? How we phished more than 5000 people in Luxembourg for awareness purposes »

    Joany Boutet, Senior Security Consultant, Telindus

     

    Demo Area 3: 

    « Reasons to put privileges first »

    Jean-Christophe Vitu, Director Presales and Professional Services France, CyberArk

  • 3:00 pm
    Live demos

    Demo Area 1:

    « RGPD, Brainwave propose des solutions pour avancer dès aujourd’hui »

    Cyril Gollain, Président et co-fondateur, Brainwave

     

    Demo Area 2:

    « Maintenance à distance sécurisée et contrôle des prestataires externes »

    Lorris Allias, Pre-sales Engineer, WALLIX

     

    Demo Area 3: 

    « Keep It Simple, my Superiors have to be involved »

    François Josserand, Managing Director, Beta Systems

  • 03:30 pm
    Coffee Break in the exhibition area
  • 04:00 pm
    Live demos

    Demo Area 1:

    « The Arbor Experience – DdoS »

    Wim De Niel, Consulting Engineer Benelux, Arbor Nertworks

     

    Demo Area 2:

    « The Security Fabric Demystified »

    Bart Gabriels, Systems Engineer – BeLux, Fortinet

     

    Demo Area 3:

    « Finally, a realistic approach to Vulnerability Management »

    Laurent Mellinger, Managing Partner, IMRIM

  • 04:30 pm
    Live demos

    Demo Area 1:

    Pierre Oger, Directeur Commercial, EGERIE SOFTWARE

     

    Demo Area 2:

    « The Need for Dynamic Endpoint Threat Defense »

    Jason Brown, Enterprise Technology Specialist, Intel

     

    Demo Area 3:

    Arthur Chovet, Responsable technique Pôle Audit, NES

  • 06:00 pm
    Networking Cocktail in the exhibition area
  • 07:30 pm
    Information Security Awards Dinner
  • DAY 2 : March 29th
  • 08:30 am
    Doors Opening
  • 09:10 am
    «Cyber risk insurance: the little extra in case of...»

    Anne-Sophie Coppens, Cyber Practice Leader Luxembourg & Belgium, Marsh

  • 09:40 am
    Panel Discussion

    - Pascal Steichen, CEO, Securitymadeinlu (moderator)

    - Anne-Sophie Coppens, Cyber Practice Leader Luxembourg & Belgium, Marsh

    - Lionel Dupré, CISO, EBRC

    - Frank Trenz, Head of Business Development, SEC Consult Luxembourg

    - Christophe Bianco, Managing Partner, Excellium Services

     

  • 10:20 am
    Coffee Break in the exhibition area
  • 11:20 am
    "Public Cloud Strategy"

    Patrick Houtsch, Deputy Director, CTIE

  • 11:40 am
    "Navigating GDPR from cyber security perspective"

    Vincent Villers, Partner, PwC

  • 12:00 pm
    Networking Lunch in the exhibition area
  • 02:00 pm
    Live Demos

    Demo Area 1:

    « GDPR: Complacency Could Be Your Downfall »
    Dimension Data introduces Robert Bickmore, Principal Security Consultant, NTT Security

     

    Demo Area 2:

    « L’Ennemi de l’intérieur : Mieux comprendre les menaces internes »

    Julie Mocquard, Deputy Sales Director, Varonis

     

    Demo Area 3:

    « DDoS attacks in Luxembourg »

    Paul Felix, Product Design, POST Telecom

    « Skybox Security, a journey to cyber-resilience »

    Youssef Agharmine, Sales Engineer, Skybox

  • 02:30 pm
    Live Demos

    Demo Area 1:

    « Reasons to put privileges first »

    Jean-Christophe Vitu, Director Presales and Professional Services
    France, CyberArk

     

    Demo Area 2:

    « Application visibility and network segregation of your IT infrastructure »

    Yvon Boutry, Security team Leader, Telindus

     

    Demo Area 3:

    « The Arbor Experience – Advanced Threat »

    Wim De Niel, Consulting Engineer Benelux, Arbor Networks

     

     

  • 03:00 pm
    Live Demos

    Demo Area 1:

    « RGPD, Brainwave propose des solutions pour avancer dès aujourd’hui »

    Cyril Gollain, Président et co-fondateur, Brainwave

     

    Demo Area 2:

    « All Involved, with different tools for different stakeholders »

    François Josserand, Managing Director, Beta Systems

     

    Demo Area 3:

    « RGPD : Comment les solutions de gestion des accès à privilèges peuvent aider à gérer la conformité au RGPD ? »

    Lorris Allias, Pre-sales Engineer, WALLIX

  • 03:30 pm
    Live demos

    Demo Area 1:

    « The Security Fabric Demystified »

    Bart Gabriels, Systems Engineer – BeLux, Fortinet

     

    Demo Area 2:

    « Finally, a realistic approach to Vulnerability Management »

    Laurent Mellinger, Managing Partner, IMRIM

     

    Demo Area 3:

    « Attackers are monitoring your digital footprint, are you? »

    Matthew Quinn, Sales Engineer, Digital Shadows

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