This September CIOs, CISOs and cyber threat intelligence experts from industry, government and CSIRTs will come together at the European Commission to share experiences, strategies, tactics and practices to better protect businesses against cyber threats.
Hosted by the OASIS open standards consortium, the Borderless Cyber Conference aims to build communities of practice between C-level professionals and IT security practitioners. Over a two day program delegates will learn to access the latest cyber threat information sharing and gain insight from past experiences of real-world use cases.
Conference Chair, Freddy Dezeure, Head of CERT-EU said ‘the conference will provide delegates with a collaborative, peer-to-peer exchange of information led by industry experts who understand the business obstacles inherent in the cyber security domain’.
The program content is based on real world experiences from high profile organizations, who deal with critical cyber security issues on a daily basis.
The first day’s agenda highlights how businesses can better protect their organizations in response to growing threats. With practical information on how to find and use cyber threat intelligence, the benefits of outsourcing, case studies from successful and failed cyber defense programs, and available tools and open standards solutions.
Day two topics focus around prevention and how to evolve your organization to be consistently protected, by understanding and staying ahead of new threats. Speakers from industry will give their unique perspectives on “cyber-governance” and how to bring cyber issues to the C-level and keep them there, important privacy and data protection regulations, plus how to move from cyber risk assessment to effective risk management delivery.
This dynamic experience supports collective learning, shared competence, sustained interaction, and a climate of mutuality and trust. Any executives responsible for developing, influencing and managing cyber threat information and risk management in the public and private sectors should consider attending.
The guest speakers comprise industry experts who under-stand the business obstacles inherent in the cyber security domain.
Already confirmed are CISO speakers from Volkswagon, KBC Group, NATO, ADP Worldwide Services, Proximus and Siemens.
To register go to: http://borderlesscyber.oasis-open.org/eu16/