Cyber Security Leadership

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 11, 2016     START TIME: 14:30    LOCATION:  ALPSEE
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Get used to it: Your Security is Breakable!

Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 Time: 14:30-15:30

Get used to it: Your Security is Breakable!
Michael Meli, Bank Julius Baer

Zero day exploits, APTs, social engineering, insufficiently patched systems, insiders, human errors or simply headless clicking users enable attackers equipped with enough time, resources and/or dedication to succeed in circumventing the preventive security measures that are in place. This leads to the assumption that, despite all state-of-the-art defense mechanisms , it is still possible to break into the corporate network (=breakable security). Even though there is no silver bullet...

Security vs Collaboration in the “WWW”: True IAM Stories
Romain Bottan, BoostAeroSpace

Call it "World Wide Web", "Wild Wild West" or "World War Web", the "CyberSpace" cannot be used for any professional collaboration without additional security. In the complexity of the Aerospace and Defence (A&D) Extended Enterprise world where thousands of companies are collaborating together to build "best of class" planes, satellites, helicopters and other A&D products, most of all information exchange rely on the usage of Internet. The Aerospace and Defense sector has been...

Managing Risk in the Age of Digital: The New Role of the CISO

Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 Time: 15:30-16:30

Managing Risk in the Age of Digital: The New Role of the CISO
Henning Christiansen, Axel Springer SE • Berthold Kerl, Deutsche Bank AG • Isabel María Gómez González, Group BFA-Bankia • Dr. David Whipple, Confidential • Michael Meli, Bank Julius Baer

Bringing Business, Innovation and Information Security to support an agile organization moving at the forefront, together with the connected consumer. Is this an appropriate description of what a CISO´s role is in the age of Digital Disruption? Or should it still be a more protective role, responding to a cyberthreat landscape with increasing complexity? In this panel, CISOs from different industries, tightly regulated ones like finance, but as well from less...

Secure the Human Factor - Mitigate the Risk, Reduce the Attack Surface and Liability Exposure

Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 Time: 17:30-18:30

Secure the Human Factor - Mitigate the Risk, Reduce the Attack Surface and Liability Exposure
Flavius Plesu, Markit

Numerous advances in technology, specifically in the area of cryptography, telecommunications and computer security have failed to produce safer environments and do not offer adequate protection for information. The number, frequency and magnitude of information security breaches across the globe are on the rise as do the financial costs associated. It is safe to say that information security has never been a purely technical problem; it has become quite clear that technical solutions alone...

Human Hacking – The Psychology behind Phishing Attacks
Marco Krause, ING-DiBa AG

After 20 years of Phishing history, companies still identify the human factor as the weakest link in their defense strategy. The human hackers have spent great efforts to bring their skills to perfection, so why aren't we? Current Security Awareness Programs may satisfy compliance requirements, but when it comes to spear-phishing attacks they are far away from being a silver-bullet. In this speech you're going to experience the human OS vulnerabilities and learn how to exploit...

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