12:00 - 13:15                                                 Ontvangst  -  accueil    Walking Lunch

13:15 - 13:20                                                Inleiding - Introduction  - Conference chairman

   Davy Schroyen

   Attache FOD Finnaciën

13:20 - 13:45                                               Centrum voor Cybersecurity België

  Centre pour la cybersécurité Belgique

  Luitenant-kolonel Miguel De Bruycker

  Directeur CCB

 

13:45 - 14:05                                                Cybersecurity Fundamentals

   Marc Vael

   Chief Audit Executive at Smals vzw

   President - ISACA BELGIUM

14:05 - 14:25                                               Preventing Zero-Day Attacks with Advanced Threat Prevention Technologies

  Tom Van Ginneken

  Security Engineer Teamleader Check Point

14:25 - 14:50                                               How network virtualization can improve data center security.

  Gilles Chekroun

  NSX lead Engineer VMware

 

14:45 - 15:10                                               Break

15:10 - 15:35                                               Closing your eyes for threats & today’s complexity will not make you secure.

  Security as a Service minimizes your risks.-security

  Frank Staut

  Managing partner SecureLink

  Peter Beerten,

  Business Developer Managed Services Secure Link

15:35 - 16:00                                                ICT-security raakt de ganse organisatie

   Jorg Leenaards

   Chief Information Security Officer

   FOD Buitenlandse Zaken




16:00 - 16:25                                               "(Counter)Attack is the best Defence ?   Over de cyberbevoegdheid van de militaire inlichtingendienst"

  Frank Franceus

  Directeur Dienst Enquêtes

             Vast Comité van Toezicht op de inlichtingen- en veiligheidsdiensten


16:25 - 17:00                                               closing drink

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24 september - septembre  2015



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Prins Albert Club Prince Albert

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Rue des Petits Carmes 20

1000 Brussel - Bruxelles



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ICT-security II



Wider public sector needs better understanding of cyber security


Protecting sensitive data and critical systems is a major concern in view of terror threats and cybercrime.


Government agencies need to allow easier access to information for citizens as well

as share data between agencies, but the risk of security breaches and hacks adds

unfortunate complications and costs.


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Today's security threats are more sophisticated than ever. Building walls and reacting to intrusions is no longer enough to keep your critical systems, data and assets secure.


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Today’s attempts to breach your infrastructure have greater sophistication, agility, complexity and coordination.

Frequently supported and financed by criminal or state-sanctioned organizations, these advanced and persistent cyber attacks seek to damage, disrupt, destroy, and steal your information. They want to stop your mission.


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The Internet has given rise to new opportunities for the public sector to improve efficiency and better serve constituents in the form of digital-government. But with a rapidly growing user base globally and an increasing reliance on the Internet, digital tools are also exposing the public sector to new risks.


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Defensie krimpt, behalve één dienst: cyberbeveiliging krijgt er 25 man bij. ‘Hier gaan elke dag alarmen af omdat er een dreiging is opgespoord’, zegt luitenant-kolonel Miguel De Bruycker.



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Onderzoek binnen 257 organisaties in zeven landen laat zien dat per organisatie de gemiddelde schade per jaar 6,8 miljoen Euro bedraagt. Dit bedrag neemt alleen maar toe. De meest kostbare cyberaanvallen worden veroorzaakt door hackers gesponsord door overheden, kwaadwillende insiders, ‘denial of services’ en webgebaseerde aanvallen.


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Programma - Programme