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CYBER SECURITY & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SUMMIT

12 - 13 September 2018 - Berlin
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PAST SPEAKERS

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Stephane
NAPPO

Global CISO

Andrzej
KAWALEC

Risk Perception in the Age of Evolving Cybercrime

Thorsten
HOEHNKE

Chief Cyber Security Strategist, EMEIA

Udo
MILKAU

Chief Digital Officer, Transaction Banking

Markus
SCHMALL

Vice President IT Security & Pentesting (Cyber Security)

David
CASS

Chief Information Security Officer Cloud & SaaS Operational Services

CONFERENCE TOPICS 2018

LOOK AT THE TOPICS THAT WERE DISCUSSED

  • Data protection methods

  • Cyber Risk Management

  • Reducing attacks with a strong response plan

  • Machine learning in security as a fast growing trend

  • Limits and fail-rate of technology – is AI going to stop cybercrime?

  • The rise of IoT threats

  • Will automation intelligence solve the problem of the shortage of human intelligence?

  • The risk of an open window in the cloud

  • How is your organisation prepared to detect the security threats?

DESIGNED FOR

Members of board, C-level, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors and Heads of Departments from banking, telecom, information technology & services, insurance, aviation, automotive, defense & space, pharmaceutical or chemical industries involved in:

  • Information Security
  • Cyber Security
  • Cyber Threat Management
  • Cyber Security Intelligence
  • Security risk
  • Compliance
  • Cloud services
  • Identity and access management
  • Incident response
  • Data Analytics
  • Data Privacy
  • Data Operations
  • GDPR & Data Protection
  • Customer data program
  • IT Security

CASE STUDIES

PAST CASE STUDIES INCLUDE

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

The Key Role of Cyber Security Culture in Innovation and Competition

Far from being only a department and some IT equipment, cyber security is a societal topic and an evolving area. As most of the cyber attacks involve user or customer, turning human threat factor into security factor is essential. Furthermore, with cloud and third parties increase, security must adopt a new vision and develop its agility to comply with innovation needs and challenges.

  • How to develop cyber security culture beyond classic awareness campaign (at User, Customer, and C-Level)
  • The necessity to shift from supply chain to value chain
  • How to secure innovation in a symbiotic way and support challenging digital business stakes

Stephane
NAPPO

Global CISO

Andrzej
KAWALEC

CTO, Head of Strategy and Innovation

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

Risk Perception in the Age of Evolving Cybercrime

Andrzej will be speaking about extortion and innovation in the digital age. He will take you on a journey across real-life stories, the industrialisation of cybercrime and the compelling impact security can have on business transformation and growth. The presentation will outline the evolving threat landscape as well as insight into Vodafone’s cutting-edge research into different risk perceptions throughout organisations and how cyber-ready today’s businesses really are. It will explore how digital leaders use cloud, connectivity and IoT to drive business success.

  • Security is challenging traditional business mindsets and can no longer be viewed as inhibitor
  • The threat landscape for business of all sizes is evolving faster than ever
  • How cloud and IoT can help organizations succeed in a digital world
  • To be cyber-ready organizations need to understand these threats holistically and create a plan to navigate them

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

IoT - A Way of Future and Challenge

The IoT topics – risks, weaknesses and possible solutions will be discussed. This is underlined by several live demonstrations of threats and explained by new approaches of Core and Edge technologies such as AI, Deep Learning, and Analysis. Furthermore, a possible solution approach is presented in practice.

  • Live demo of threats
  • Live demo of a possible solution
  • New Core and Edge Architecture

Thorsten
HOEHNKE

Chief Cyber Security Strategist, EMEIA

Udo
MILKAU

Chief Digital Officer, Transaction Banking

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

Monitoring Payment Transactions with AI as Gatekeeper against Fraud

Security is always a story of The Hedge and the Hedgehog. Cyber attackers learn and improve their attacks continuously, e.g. from Phishing to Spear-Phishing  and to Whaling. Organised crime learned to (mis-)use Bitcoins for money laundering to replace Smurfing. And internal fraudsters can be rather smart “process miners.” Nevertheless, there is one gate all the “rational” attacks have to pass through. To drain money from a company or a person, a payment transaction has to be made. New approaches to monitor payment transactions with AI can be a Gatekeeper against Fraud.

  • Some definitions about (weak) Artificial Intelligence
  • Results of cybercrime and fraud = sources of payments
  • The challenge of SEPA Instant Payments
  • A cascade of possibilities: rules, patterns, chances, and “learning”
  • Agenda for the future

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