24th – 26th November 2020, teissDACH2020 | The European Information Security Summit Online
All Session times are Central European Time (CET)
Tuesday 24th November 2020

How do you plan for the human responses in your cyber incident response plan?

Panel discussion

  • Advice on supporting colleagues’ resilience remotely whilst the organisation undergoes a crisis
  • How do the variable working hours of remote workers affect your incident response planning?
  • Best practice in communicating internally, externally and remotely during your cyber incident response, and the importance of sharing facts over opinion
  • Understanding psychological impact of the COVID-19 disruption on your workforce, and planning for the future

by Linus Neumann, Hacker & Psychologist Show Profile

by Alam Mohammad, Independent Cyber & Risk Advisor Show Profile

by Boris Cipot, Senior Security Engineer, Synopsys Show Profile

11:35

When a cyber threat becomes a Hollywood blockbuster

Presentation

  • Understand modern day threats we face within the software supply chain
  • Key factors to consider when developing or deploying software
  • Best practices on where to start when addressing behind-the-scene issues that create software vulnerabilities

 

by Boris Cipot, Senior Security Engineer, Synopsys Show Profile

12:05

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

12:20

Session close

12:30
Wednesday 25th November 2020

Tackling the remote insider threat – identifying remote threats and eliminating a mis-allocation of resources

Panel discussion

  • Quantifying the risk of non-malicious threats from your new, remote working colleagues and your existing and/or disgruntled colleagues
  • Ensuring evidence-based visibility into user activity to reduce investigation time, and eliminating a mis-allocation of resources when investigating insider threats
  • Avoiding active monitoring of users but having access to the indicators and evidence of compromise
  • Self-secure devices by discovering and remediating possible remote risks automatically

by Chuks Ojeme, Chief Information Security Officer, Gebauer & Griller Show Profile

by Jeremy Swinfen Green, Editor-in-Chief, teiss Show Profile

by Johannes Carl, Expert Manager PreSales – UEM & Security, Ivanti Show Profile

11:35

Self-Secure – How endpoints stay secure and up to date on their own

Presentation

  • Stop fixing the same sure issues repeatedly, enable your endpoints to do that on their own instead
  • Automatically identify risks users create, like open firewalls, lacking AV or disc encryption – and fix those without human interaction
  • Let your endpoints take care about updates themselves but be able to see current status whenever you need it

by Johannes Carl, Expert Manager PreSales – UEM & Security, Ivanti Show Profile

12:05

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

12:20

Session close

12:30

Evaluating and minimising information security risks across multi-Cloud estate

Panel discussion

  • Best practice in identifying, mitigating and managing cloud risks; Has the risk landscape changed, or improved?
  • Developing a consistent organisation view of cloud risks to make well-informed decisions about vendors and services
  • Using a risk framework for measuring multi-cloud risk “at the speed of the cloud”
  • Is multi-cloud inevitable, or are organisations seeking to optimise a single provider?

by Prof. Theo Lynn, Professor of Digital Business, DCU Business School Show Profile

by Steve Wright, CEO and Partner, Privacy Culture Show Profile

by Andrew Lintell, Vice President & Managing Director, EMEA, FireMon Show Profile

13:05

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

13:40

Session close

14:00
Thursday 26th November 2020

Minding the skills gap – alternative approaches to attracting and retaining talent in difficult times

Panel discussion

  • How businesses already have an unsustainable basic technical information security gap, and how this is likely to have been exacerbated by the pandemic
  • Can we be smarter about information security recruitment by looking at the core skills needed?
  • Neurodiversity: a look at non-traditional recruitment in the field as a way to attract talent
  • What do “cyber leadership” attributes look like, after our pandemic response?
  • What advantages does remote working offer organisations, in terms of talent acquisition or retention?
  • How have cyber criminals showed their adaptability during the pandemic, and what can we learn?

by Dr Mary Aiken, Professor of Forensic Cyberpsychology Show Profile

by Ben de la Salle, CEO and Founder, ICA Consultancy Show Profile

by Edward Carr, Director - Cyber Security Recruitment, Beecher Madden Show Profile

10:05

Home Office #2 – Optimise your hybrid workforce for continuous operational efficiency

Presentation

  • It is time to get ready for continuous lights on approach to endpoint management
  • Ensure efficiency, support and security of your IT devices anytime and anywhere
  • Maintaining security across all your remote endpoints is key

by Ulrich Hustert, Channel Sales Executive | DACH & France, Quest Show Profile

10:40

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

10:55

Session close

11:20

How robust is your organisation’s cyber resilience?

Panel discussion

  • Measuring your organisation’s cyber resilience – which metrics help you evaluate your posture?
  • Proving that your organisation’s efforts to prevent cyber incidents are sufficient, testing your people, processes and technology.
  • Setting a roadmap for investment in improving your organisation’s cyber resilience

by Michael Jenkins MBE, Chief Information Security Officer, Brunel University Show Profile

by Helmut Brechtken, Head of Cyber, Digital Forensics and eDiscovery, Warth & Klein Grant Thornton Show Profile

by Frederik Weidemann, Chief Technical Evangelist, Onapsis Show Profile

11:35

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

12:10

Session close

12:30

CISO stress and SOC burnout: strategies to identify and avoid it during and after your COVID-19 response

Panel discussion

  • CISOs working around the clock to secure people, processes and technology in a time of more phishing and attacks
  • Recognising and managing it during the crisis – what can we learn and how can we prepare better?
  • Tools and techniques to deal with stress and burnout in SOC teams

by Bernard Swierczyna, Chief Information Security Officer, First Ireland Show Profile

by Mark Ward, Senior Research Analyst, Information Security Forum Show Profile

by Dr. Cornelius Granig, Head of Cyber Security, Compliance Technology & Crisis Management, Grant Thornton Austria Show Profile

by David Mount, Senior Director, Sales Engineering, Cofense Show Profile

13:05

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

13:40

Session close

14:00
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