DDoS, Cyberspionage, Man-in-the-middle, DNS-tunneling, Rootkits, Passwords attacks, Phising, XSS-angrepp, Crypto jacking, IoT attacker, Sessionattacker, Zero day exploits, Spoofing, Whale phising, Brutal force attacks, Business email compromises, Identity hijacking, Society based attacks,...
To understand today's cyber threat landscape and be prepared for what might be coming is getting harder and harder. Just looking at the list of potential cyber attacks can seem overwhelming even to the most experienced IT security specialists.
At the IT ATTACKS cybersecurity conference in Copenhagen, we choose to focus on some of the most relevant threats, so that you as a participant will get as much valuable knowledge as possible.
At this years conference, we have gathered some of the leading IT security experts in Europe who will be speaking about their views on the cyber threat situation today and how to stay protected.
Our two guest speakers will touch on topics that are very relevant today:
THE NATIONAL CYBER THREAT AGAINST DENMARK
Thorsten Foldager Johnsen is the head of the Threat Assessment Unit in the Center for Cybersecurity, which is part of the Danish Defense Intelligence Service. Thorsten wants to give an orientation on topics concerning national cyber security threats, which Denmark and other countries face on a national level. Against the background of current developments in Europe, these cyber security topics are high on the agenda for all the Nordic countries.
THE NEW NIS DIRECTIVE - WHICH BUSINESSES WILL BE AFFECTED AND WHAT ACTIONS NEED TO BE TAKEN
Martin H. Nielsen is an attorney working in the field of data protection and technology related matters with DLA Piper. Before becoming an attorney, Martin worked for 25+ years with IT and information security, both as a consultant and internally at a large company in the financial industry.
The purpose of the directive is to strengthen the general level of protection of systems and infrastructure, so with the directive, in-scope organizations will be required to take a structured and formalized approach to cyber and information security, implementing security measures appropriate to the documented risk. Therefore, going forward, failure to have appropriate security will not only expose companies to cyber threats, but also to legal proceedings, even though the risks do not materialize.
At this time, we do not know exactly how the directive will be implemented in Denmark, but we know that a much larger group of business and public institutions will be in scope for this directive, compared to the current NIS directive, and we know the types of requirements that will come.
DATE: April 12, 2023
TIME: 08:30 - 15:30 (registration opens at 08:30)
ADDRESS: Scandic Kødbyen, Skelbækgade 3A 1717 Copenhagen
REGISTRATION: Your participation is free of charge.
PARTICIPANTS: The conference is addressing you who work with and/or influence decisions regarding IT security in a larger business within the private or public sector.
Registration and breakfast
Introduction by conference moderator
Client Case Study: From ransomware remediation to a mature security operation capability
Fredrik Olsson, Regional Director Nordics &
Donnie Murray, Senior Presales Architect NTT Security Holdings
Airgap your backups and secure 100% recoverability -
without sacrificing restore speed
Linus Gran, Territory Sales Nordic & Baltics
What you´re Up Against & How to Defend with PAM
Matt Sturman, Sr Solutions Engineer
Lunch break in the exhibition area
Keynote - The Cyber Threat against Denmark
Thorsten Foldager Johnsen, Head of Threat Assessment
Centre for Cybersecurity
Nowhere to hide: Hunting adversaries and the network
Josef Gustafsson, System Engineer
Break - Coffee & refreshments
Keynote - The New NIS Directive
Martin Hjørlund Nielsen, Attorney Director
Panel discussion Q&A
Summary and round up
Moderator Steffen Damborg
Regional Director Nordics NTT Security
System Engineer Corelight
Sr Solutions Engineer BeyondTrust
Senior Presales Architect NTT Security
Territory Sales Nordic & Baltics Active IT
Martin Hjørlund Nielsen
Thorsten Foldager Johnsen
Head of Threat Assessment
Centre for Cybersecurity
For 8 years IT Attacks has been a forum where IT Security decision makers in Sweden gather to meet the leading IT Security vendors. Now we are glad to able to host IT Attacks 2023 in Copenhagen.