”Business as Usual 2022”
SIG Security hereby invites all members to a FOCUS seminar, where we will investigate upcoming game-changing metods for management of IT security and information risks. Also, we will get some international views on the IT threat landscape. Since we will have a large number of English-speaking presenters this year, this whole invitation will be in English.
Time and Place:
Time: April 10, 2017, 12:45-19:45
Place: Sheraton Hotel, Tegelbacken 6, Stockholm
This seminar is without cost for members in SIG Security. No show costs 1000 SEK (to cancel attendance contact email@example.com). Membership can be requested when booking a seat (350 SEK/year) or see "Bli medlem".
Link to sign up: https://simplesignup.se/private_event/91830/8517a062b3
AGENDA 12:45-19:45 (exact time for each speaker will be confirmed at a later stage)
Your host today, Bengt Berg (firstname.lastname@example.org) will present the upcoming seminar.
How Blockchain Technology Can Change the Way we Deal with IT Security.
Marta Piekarska is a researcher at Telekom Innovation Laboratories and a security architect at Blockstream, where she focusses on user-informed privacy and security, and applications of blockchain technology beyond cryptocurrency. At Deutsche Telekom she was the lead architect on the Future of Mobile Privacy, a collaboration with Mozilla and Deutsche Telekom improving Firefox OS.
What are the Statistical Methods for Risk Assessment in Other Industries?
William Van Der Merwe is a business developer at Palisade, a supplier of software for statistical calculations of risk. He will show some hands-on examples on how risk is being calculated – even statistically simulated – in the insurance industry and the oil&gas industry.
Why Risk Management Fail (SKYPE session)
Douglas Hubbard, risk analyst of worldwide fame, will deliver some thought-provoking messages about how the IT security industry needs to rethink the way it performs risk assessments. Commonly used methods often result in erroneous or random results, which is made worse by the commitment created by psychological factors in the risk assessment process.
The Future of Cyberspace Operations I
Paul de Souza, CSFI-CWD (Cyber Warfare Division) Founder and Director, heads a multidisciplinary organization to aiming to increase resilience and cababilities in cyberthreat environments. What will a world cyber war look like, or are we already in it? Every CISO and Risk Manager needs to understand the methods and motives that guide cyberwar initiatives all over the world today.
The Future of Cyberspace Operations II
Paul de Souza continues his narrative about the current cybersecurity threat landscape.
19:30-19:45 Wrapping it up
Bengt Berg closes the seminar.
19:45-21:00 SIG Security Annual Meeting (separate invitation will be sent out)
Mounir Messaoud opens the annual meeting of SIG Security.