How can your organization prepare for the constant changing cyber threat? The circumstances are changing, and the biggest risk right now is the employee behind the screen. Get updated on the latest cyber threats and trends.
Cooperation between the IT organization and the business is vital, and we will look into how they can support each other and which campaigns on user behavior to use. Can e.g. nudging influence cyber behavior?
Learn why everyone must become aware of at least the basics on cyber security. This is the key to building up a threat intelligence to ensure that everyone, despite their different IT savviness, understands their role and the responsibility they hold to secure systems and data.
Cyber security is no longer just the focus of IT organizations. Threats are looming and ultimately you can lose money and customers. A new mindset in the boardroom can secure an increase in IT budgets. Depending on your budget, it can either improve or impair the infrastructure of keeping away malicious individuals.
Morten von Seelen, Senior Manager, Deloitte Cyber Incident Response
A strategic risk analysis of the general threat landscape in EMEA and how it affects the risk of cyberattacks from nation-state actors to opportunistically driven cyber criminals.
Special update on the advanced (and ongoing) campaign against the Maritime industry in October 2018. How do you do to protect you self against these advanced threats? Does it require black magic, large IT- security and SOC Teams, Expensive SIEM’s and Pentest-consultants? Or might there be a more simple ways?
Ken Munro, Partner, Pen Test Partners
Being a specialist in maritime security and IoT in general, Ken is an obvious candidate to explain the sometimes-overlooked risk that comes with the digital age in the maritime industry. Ken is a strong advocate of responsible disclosure and regularly researches and reveals security vulnerabilities in an effort to promote better security design and practice
Kasper Hulgaard, Behavioural Consultant, INudgeYou
Can nudging be a new way of positive reinforcement and indirect suggestions as ways to influence cyber behavior of employees? Can you expand the understanding of risk and how should we communicate it?
Debate panel with the speakers
Moderator: Lars Jensen, CEO & Partner, SeaIntelligence Consulting
Price (ex. VAT)
MDC-member: Free admission
Non-member: 995 DKK
No-show fee: 500 DKK
For more information, please contact: Henriette Dybkær
You might be interested in attending the Danish event, where Danish Shipping is co-organizer: “Cybersikkerhed og de samfundskritiske sektorer”.
The conference is held same day at IDA Mødecenter from 8.30 to 13.00. Read more here