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Attackers are expected to leverage the uncertain geopolitical landscape to carry out advanced cybercrime attacks, leaving businesses susceptible to intrusions that could have potential second and third-order effects on their operations.
In this panel session, leading CISOs provide a blueprint to identify attackers and improve your odds of mitigating cyber-attacks, manage stakeholder coordination and address best practices to harden cyber defenses amidst the exceptional risk environment organizations find themselves in.
Implementing digital solutions enabling only using validated digital identities as the foundation for all other IAM and cybersecurity measures is the prerequisite to establish an agile ecosystem of commerce and corporation governed by security, protection, management of threats and ultimately trust.
For more than 15 years, Denmark has provided public access to eID. 3. generation is now available delivering one unified system giving both citizens, employees, public authorities, and businesses easy access to solely accepting and using validated digital identities. Ensuring compliance within the framework of eIDAS and ultimately NIS2.
Bjarke Alling - current member and prior co-chair of the Danish National Cyber Security Council, founder and Group Director of the IT cybersecurity software company Liga, and a key contributor to the development of the Danish eID solution, will share insights into the solution and put it into a broader broader-crossing perspective.
Zero trust has been around in one shape or form in security for many years, usually under different names like the "Principle of least privilege" or "Mandatory Access Control'. It exists for a good reason, and needs to be re-enforced. But for any cloud native vendor, Zero Trust should be table stakes at this point. Zero knowledge at the organizational level, and not just Zero knowledge encryption, is the next evolution of security best practices. Join us to learn more.
Even though MDM has had a long history during war and times of high tension, the digital era has been increasing reach and potential impact of weaponized misinformation. Sophisticated tools such as machine learning mechanisms and software bots is opening a huge battlefield for creating and spreading manipulated information at scale even for those with limited technical skills. From nation state attacks through organized crime down to that one single customer who feels treated unwell – they all can use such tools. What does this trend mean for your organization and what ist he CISO´s role combating MDM attacks? In this extra-long panel session we will try to find answers on how MDM will affect our organizations and how we can increase antoi-MDM resilience.
More organizations are now moving to the cloud. From a security perspective – refactoring the applications provides a major opportunity to improve security posture. This session explores how the right approach towards can save time, increase inherent security, and ensure apps are compliant.
“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War
Join this session to gain a deeper understanding of threat actors and the current threat landscape, in order to help you adapt and protect your organisation from cyber warfare. We know adversaries do not rest. Attacks are growing more destructive, causing mass disruption to organisations and society. Take away knowledge of Threat Actors, current attacks, strategies to defend your organisation and understand how your workforce puts you both at risk but can also be leveraged to be your first line of defence.
Most organizations don’t suffer from a lack of cybersecurity tools. They suffer from the cost and administrative burden of running too many of these. They suffer from the lack of integration. They suffer from the lack of skills in optimally configuring the tools and analyzing the data.
Couldn’t less be more? But what is the right answer? Just retiring some tools? Consolidating to new solutions such as XDR? Replacing old tools with the newest best-of-breed solutions?
As always, best start with a plan, and with defined methods to evaluate the contribution of the various tools you have to your targets. The plan must help you in understanding which elements you need most for protecting your IT. On the other hand, you must understand how well your existing tools landscape contributes to this.
In his talk, Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will unveil methodologies that can help you in assessing your cybersecurity tools portfolio, and that can help you in deciding about where to invest next.