Mr. Yves Van Wassenhove (ING Belgium) is one of the members of the permanent chair of the GRC Focus Group. He explained the rules of working of this focs group.
The SheLeadsTech initiative puts diversity in the IT sector on the agenda. Its mission is to increase the representation of women in technology leadership roles, in general, and the cybersecurity workforce, in particular, through awareness, inspiration, and cooperation. Get inspirational insights from our panelists, who, from their own experience, explain which paths to take to break the barriers.
Professor Steven De Haes (Antwerp Management School) considered the question how digital leadership can be embedded in the board’s governance roles. He presented the results of his research and demonstrate that specific governance structures and activities can enhance board involvement in digital matters.
Leading privacy expert Punit Bhatia (FIT4Privacy) explains why a culture of privacy is essential for building an effective cyber governance.
Bruno Horta Soares, founder and president of ISACA Lisbon Chapter and leading executive advisor at IDC, came all the way from Portugal to reflect on the widely held belief that security culture should be driven from the top down. He believes that security culture needs to be driven outside-in, instead of top-down.
Jochen Verboven, Digitalization Manager Smart Infrastructure at Siemens, presented ‘The Physical Security Paradox’. Siemens Smart Infrastructure provides total solutions for physical security to infrastructure customers, which often fall under the NIS directive. Physical security is often mentioned as one of the first defense rings of a security concept. Therefore, it seems logical that cybersecurity of those systems should be a priority. However, a large gap exists between what is said in theory and what happens in practice.
As technologies, pandemics, and wars disrupt industries, leaders must learn to manage the associated risks, embrace change, and adjust their business models. This includes alignment of governance and risk management. Laurie-Anne Bourdain (Isabel Group) gives you some of her proven recipes to achieve this alignment.
Effective governance over information and technology is critical to business success, and COBIT is an important driver of innovation and business transformation. Prof. Georges Ataya (Solvay Brussels School) explains which business benefits you can derive from an effective governance framework.
Cybercriminals lurk in the dark web where they can methodically coordinate their attacks, distribute malware and phishing kits, sell illicit goods and share other prebuilt exploits. Sources in the dark web can be volatile and difficult to track. Many high-value closed sources present technical and financial barriers to entry. During this webinar you will get a glimpse on what is happening in the dark web and how you can prepare yourself better against attacks originating there. Dr. Guy Almog, Cyber Threat Intelligence Team Leader at Cyberint, will take you through the following: Live tour of the dark web, Compromised employee credentials, Ransomware data exfiltration, Employee identities for sale, Employee spear-phishing, Accidental "insider" threat, Social media threats, Tips for employee protection.