|Goal||Different moderators will introduce a specific topic and share their knowledge in this field as well their plans for 2020 and beyond. 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 three different discussions in total.
|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 and suppliers 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 during the registration process.|
|Location||Mövenpick Hotel & Casino Geneva
20, route de Pre Bois
|Date of Event||30th January 2020|
|Schedule||see agenda below|
|Participation Costs||Fr. 149.— incl. dinner|
|1:30 – 2:00 pm||Registration & Coffee|
|2:00 – 2:15 pm||Welcome & Introduction and instructions by SIGS|
|2:15 – 2:30 pm||Move to the roundtable of your choice for the 1st turn|
|2:30 – 3:30 pm||Offered roundtables|
|Dominique Assing, CISO at Societe Generale Private Banking Switzerland
Experienced Chief Information Security Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the banking industry. Skilled in Network Architecture, Firewalls, ISO 27001, Network Security, and Information Security. Strong information technology professional with a Mastère Sécurité des systèmes informatiques et des réseaux focused in IT Security from Telecom Paris.
Implementing a SOC is everything except a technical problem
Let’s discuss this challenges and share the different experiences around this topic if you plan to implement a SOC in 2020 or beyond
|Ciaran Bryce, Professor at University of Applied Sciences Western
Ciarán Bryce is professor at the University of Applied Sciences in Geneva (HES-SO). His research and teaching interests center on cyber-security and networks. He worked for several years in industry as a software developer before joining the HES-SO in 2017. His current projects look at the design of security tools for cyber-defense in small and micro companies.
Defending Against Social Engineering Attacks in 2020 and beyond
|Olivier Busolini, Head of IT Risk and Cybersecurity at BNP Paribas
Olivier has been involved in IT security for 25 years, in the private and public sectors, across several industries. He experienced different business dynamics, and developed leadership in IT risk and security management, as an integrated part of operational risks, data governance, and digital business activities. He has been holding CISO roles for Swiss banks for the last 10 years. He focuses on managing technology risks and security from a business risk perspective, to deliver cost-efficient risk assurance.
Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity 2020 and beyond
|Marc Furrer, Heat IT & Security at Swissquote Bank SA
Marc is Head of IT & Security at Swissquote Bank Ltd in Switzerland. Before joining Swissquote in 2001 as Security Officer, he held various positions as network and security specialist in education, administration and health industry. In 2006 he became Head of IT, overseeing infrastructure and IT security, and since 2012 also covers IT operations.
During the same time the company grew from a start up to a leading company with over 700 employees and expanded its operations from Switzerland to Europe, Middle East and Asia. Marc holds a Master from École Polytechnique de Lausanne and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
Data protection in 2020 and beyond
|Ric Longenecker, Group Director of Information Security at Verisure Securitas Direct
Ric Longenecker is an experienced international Information Security Leader with a background in engineering & project management in the Nuclear Sector, followed by a notable career in the United Nations – where he worked to build the UN’s global security programme while based in New York and Geneva. Currently, he is Director of Information Security of Verisure Smart Alarms, the largest home and small business security company in Europe and LaTAM and fastest growing globally. A diverse career has provided wide exposure and the opportunity to lead initiatives in many areas, including strategy and organizational change, programme build, structure, operations and recruitment – as well as Corporate Security, Risk Management, ISO, Privacy, Security Awareness, Cloud & Network Security, APT response, and IOT/OT strategy with a focus on sales and business enablement.
Security Operations, what makes them effective?
|Cedric Nabe, Group Information Security Officer / Group Data Protection Officer / Group Business Continuity Manager at Edmond de Rothschild
Cedric Nabe is an experienced information security professional with extensive experience in audit and cyber risk management in the Banking sector. He started his career at Deloitte in Miami (USA) before moving back to Switzerland to join the Zurich and finally the Geneva office of Deloitte.
Currently he is the Group Chief Information Security Officer, the Group Data Protection Officer and the Business Continuity Manager. Today his responsibilities includes the definition and the monitoring of the Group cyber security and data protection strategy. Cédric earned his bachelor’s degree from Florida State University.
Data protection: how to efficiently protect data at rest, in transit and in use?
|Raphaël Spiess, Chief Information Security Officer at Indosuez Wealth Management
(Details will follow)
|Brett Willcocks, Corporate IS Manager at Lundin Petroleum SA
Brett has held many roles in the IT and Security Operations and Management, both in the oil & gas business and in a global pharma company. For the last 12 years, he has been heading up the Information Systems function and more recently, Information Security, in two international oil companies active in North America, Europe, and the Far East.
In his current role, Brett has helped and coached the organisations to move from a small-company “we are OK” type culture, to one where maintaining secure operations is understood and considered an important priority.
Where to start when considering how to secure and protect their interests and how to get the awareness from the senior management?
|3:30 – 4:00 pm||Coffee break and move to the roundtable for the 2nd turn|
|4:00 – 5:00 pm||2nd turn Roundtable Discussions|
|5:00 – 5:15 pm||Move to the roundtable of your choice for the 3rd turn|
|5:15 – 6:15 pm||3rd turn Roundtable Discussions|
|6:15 – open end||Apéro & dinner (buffet with hopefully something for everyone) and extensive networking|
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