|Goal||Different moderators will introduce a specific topic and share their knowledge in this field. Afterwards active discussions, exchange of own experiences under the participants and share/exchange tips and tricks within a specific field.
After one hour, we will change the tables so there’s the possibility to attend at two different discussions.
|Rules||This platform is held under Chatham House Rules!
|Target Audience||Information Security Professionals CIO’s, CISO, IT Manager, Security Engineers and all other persons who are responsible and interested in Security
Vendors, Suppliers and Consultants which don’t help to sponsor and therefore support this platform are not authorized to take part
|CPE Credits||Earn 5 CPE (Continuing Professional Education) for attending this SIGS event. Please request a confirmation.|
Some impressions you can find here
There are enough parking places for free
Public transport: there’s a bus from the railway station almost directly to the Traumgarten – check here
We also will organize a shuttle bus from the Traumgarten to the railway stations and vice versa.
|Date of Event||22nd August 2019|
|Schedule||see agenda below|
|Participation Costs||Fr. 95.— per participants
Roundtables, Apéro, Dinner and all beverages included
|1:00 – 2:00 pm||Registration & Coffee|
|2:00 – 2:15 pm||Welcome & Introduction by SIGS and the moderator of the day
|2:15 – 2:45 pm||Keynote (tbd)|
|2:45 – 3:00 pm||Move to the roundtable of your choice for the first turn|
|3:00 – 4:00 pm||Offered roundtables|
|Marc Etienne Cortesi, Head Information Security & Compliance at Baloise Group
Marc is the CISO of Baloise Insurance Group. Holding a ETH Master in Computer Science, his way led him from Software Development over Project Management and Auditing to the infinite wides of information security. Beside IT, Marc loves wine and Basketball.
Building a Security Awareness Ambassadoring Program
|Djamel Djedid, Global IT Leader at DHL SUPPLY CHAIN
Djamel Djedid drives some of hottest analytics industry trends: analytics cloud services and company-wide data governance. He’s spent the past 3 years defining, evangelizing and implementing these game changers for modern companies.
An IT and business passionate with deep tech industry knowledge, Djamel has championed specifically master data management in DHL across all functions, globally. He has mastered the technology elements and navigated through the organizational, cultural and legacy challenges – to support DHL digitization strategic agenda.
As a top-performing professional with robust experience of designing, managing and implementing critical IT solutions and transformation programs Djamel combines technical expertise with exceptional people-management skills to reach business objectives and deliver high quality results.
Throughout his 20-year tenure with DHL, Djamel has delivered results on both strategic and tactical levels in areas such as service improvement, technology modernization, analytics, master data and recently data governance.
On prem vs. Cloud infrastructure assessment
|Dimitri Dorodin, SOC Lead at JTI – Japan Tobacco International, Madrid
Further details please check LinkedIn
Co-moderator: Advisory Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at ServiceNow
How automation can improve the consistency and effectiveness of your SOC?
|Martin Ebner, CISO in an organisation within the Ministry of Defence Austria
HR Ing. Martin Ebner, BSc MSc, AUT is currently CISO and Information Security Expert at Ministry of Defence Austria. He graduated in different academic courses and studies like Mechanical Engineering, Automatization and Robotics, IT Security, Technical Management, Environmental Protection and Process Engineering.
In the past, he worked in different positions in several fields within the military forces – as officer and civilian. Martin specializes in management and information security. He has set up the first information system linked to the internet, cofounded organisations for ITSec in the Ministry, in different organisations and teams.
Security Requires Prevention and not Reaction!
The consideration of 12 layers – means OSI model extended to the user, his social environment, political embedding, cultural and religious barriers – has become necessary, to comprehend security holistically (we are far away from understanding).
At this table I’d like to discuss how we can gain the right information to get a useful prediction and therefore a good strategic Risk Management.
|Serge Faller, Information Security Manager EMEA & APAC at Fossil Group Europe GmbH
Serge is working in Information Security since almost 20 years and was holding various positions in this field, from consulting & advisory mandates up to the CISO. He is specialised in organisational information security and is currently representing Fossil’s CISO in the regions EMEA & APAC.
Artificial Intelligence and Information Security & Risk Management – and now?
|Todd James, Director, Head of Detection Content Enhancements, Cyber Defense, Chief Information Security Office at UBS AG
For over five years, I have been with UBS Cyber Operations based in Zurich. I am currently the Head of the Detection Content Enhancements Team and a Senior Attack and Threat Analyst.
Our primary focus is the creation of content to detect malicious activity. My daily tasks also include incident response, threat intelligence analysis, post attack triage, and reporting. Other parts of my job include; SOAR workflow, identifying and addressing coverage gaps, as well as motivating and mentoring our junior analysts to see beyond isolated events and view the whole picture.
Previously, I worked as a security analyst at Swisscom Managed Security Services in Zurich protecting large enterprise customers.
Threat Hunting – Where do you start?
|Stefan Keller, Senior Expert Security, Compliance and Privacy at a major Pharma company
Stefan Keller works in the Security & Privacy Governance Team of a major Pharma company. Combining technical, security management and privacy backgrounds, he mixes well with IT, procurement and legal colleagues.
Stefan is a EuroPrise Certfied Technical and Legal Expert, and collects privacy/security certs as a hobby (CISSP, CISM, CIPP/E, CFE, ISO 27001 LA). He is also one of the co-chairs of the IAPP KnowledgeNet Chapter Switzerland.
Security is from Mars, Privacy from Venus – Misunderstandings between Privacy and Security People
|Bruce Nikkel, Professor at the Bern University of Applied Sciences
Bruce Nikkel is the Head of Cybercrime Intelligence & Forensic investigation at UBS, and Professor of Digital Forensics at Berner Fachhochschule.
The Future of Cyberfraud
|4:00 – 4:30 pm||Coffee break and move to the roundtable for the 2nd turn|
|4:30 – 5:30 pm||2nd turn Roundtable Discussions|
|5:30 – 6:30 pm||Apéro|
|6:30 – open end||Dinner (buffet with hopefully something for everyone) and extensive networking|
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