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In today's dynamic cybersecurity landscape, safeguarding sensitive data and infrastructure from insider threats, while effectively monitoring supply chain and third-party users, is paramount. This presentation delves into the critical intersection of Insider Threat Management and NIS2 compliance, anchored in a detailed case study of a company subject to NIS2 regulations. We will explore a diverse toolkit and industry best practices tailored not only for achieving compliance, but also for streamlining cybersecurity processes through robust technical controls. Attendees will gain invaluable insights into seamlessly integrating cutting-edge tools and proven methodologies, ensuring unwavering compliance with NIS2 regulations while fortifying your security posture.
As artificial intelligence continues its upward trajectory, a radical proposition emerges: Could AI take the helm of cybersecurity leadership? This bold discourse dives into the heart of this debate, exploring whether AI can effectively shoulder responsibilities traditionally assigned to a chief information security officer. Areas of exploration include AI's potential in threat detection, vulnerability assessment, and incident response.
But where does human judgment fit into this AI-dominated picture? Is the seasoned expertise of a CISO irreplaceable? This electrifying discussion stirs the pot of the future of cybersecurity leadership, grappling with the balance between emerging AI capabilities and indispensable human expertise.
In today's digital age, traditional security models are no longer sufficient to protect against sophisticated cyber threats. That's where Zero Trust comes in – a security model that assumes that every user, device, and application is a potential threat until proven otherwise.
In this session, we will go through the criticality of the IAM in a zero trust security model. How by leveraging and implementing core IAM Technologies (IGA, Identity Federation and PAM) organisations can effectively manage identities, devices, enforcing access control principals like least privilege, continuous authentication, user behaviour analytics and can ensure that only authorised users have access to sensitive data and mission critical resources.
The word no company wants to hear became an unfortunate reality for one of the world’s largest independent development partners to the automotive and aviation industries — ransomware. The EDAG Group fell victim to an encryption Trojan that shut down their business-critical systems and IT systems. During this session Maria will be sharing her lessons learned and will be explaining her strategy that helped EDAG successfully restore their systems by leaning on Vectra AI as one of her anchors of trust.
Hacked and what legally to do now? What are the most important steps and measures that companies should take to avert or minimise liability and reputational damage? Fabian Bauer will give exciting insights into the legal consulting practice and explain the essential legal do's and don'ts after a cyber-attacks.
Cybersecurity is increasingly taking the front seat, from being considered as an afterthought to becoming a priority in policy, technical, economic, societal and even legal and environmental discussions. Given the increasing hyper-connectivity of everything and our growing online presence, the significance of cybersecurity cannot be overstated. We are constantly coming across new cyber threats and attacks, novel avenues are opening for adversaries, emerging technologies are changing the paradigm and cyber affairs are more and more linked to physical ones, leading to the notion of hybrid threats. ENISA, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity, has been monitoring the cybersecurity threat landscape for more than 10 years. In this talk, ENISA will discuss the current state of the EU cybersecurity threat landscape and discuss its evolution based on the foresight activities that the Agency utilizes to map the landscape, to identify future and emerging cybersecurity challenges
Immerse yourself in an in-depth exploration of the strategies of incident management. Through critical examination of real-world cases and emerging trends, they illuminate the integral stages of effective incident response. The dialogue underscores the importance of strategic foresight, seamless communication, and constant progress, providing indispensable insights to strengthen cyber defenses and build resilience. This discussion ensures a compelling exchange of knowledge and tactics, serving as an indispensable tool for organizations in the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats.
The panel will discuss the role of endpoint security in today’s world of WfA (Work from Anywhere), BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), and people commonly using multiple devices, as well as “beyond PC” and “beyond mobile” types of endpoints, including printers. How can efficient endpoint security become implemented, which are the obstacles, and how to overcome them? And which role does endpoint security play in the bigger picture.
As a prelude to the captivating “Capture The Flag” competition, this session reveals what is in store for the second day of KuppingerCole's Cyberevolution conference. It provides a comprehensive overview, introducing the exciting concept of the CTF event, detailing the format, and introducing the various teams demonstrating their cybersecurity prowess. From observing industry veterans to identifying emerging talent, attendees will gain valuable insight into the strategies and approaches employed in this live competition.
This session will set the context for a dynamic event that blends competition, camaraderie, and practical problem-solving. Join us to understand the upcoming CTF competition, where theory and practice converge to challenge and inspire.
The threat environment remains intense. Changing IT architectures present meaningful and operational risks for enterprises. Today’s cybersecurity market is highly fragmented. A number of trends including a shift towards platforms/suites are driving consolidation in cybersecurity. M&A is on top of the agenda for vendors as they seek to secure future growth and stay ahead of the innovation curve.