In just a few days, tens of local and international experts will gather at the European Convention Center Luxembourg and share their knowledge during the 2019 edition of IS Day. This year, the event will tackle place on May 21st, in parallel of ICT Spring, the European web and tech summit. Today, the organizers are sharing the complete program, a combination of conferences, round table discussions and networking sessions.

The event will be officially start after the Welcome words of Sabrina Lemaire (Head of Marketing, POST Luxembourg) who will welcome Paulo Esteves-Veríssimo (Professor and FNR PEARL Chair at the University of Luxembourg, UniLu’s SnT Centre) for a speech entitled "Resilience is the ‘Security’ of the XXI century". A round table, underlining the "highlights of a GDPR-focused year" and moderated by Romain Sabel (Technical commission director, APDL) will bring together Guy Isler (CISO, Centre Commun de la sécurité sociale), Christophe Buschmann (Data Protection Commissioner, CNPD), Myriam Djerouni (CISO, Luxith) and Xavier Lefevre (CEO and Founder, fair&smart). Then, Passbolt, fair&smart, Hotshot, Hacknowledge, Cyberhedge will participate to a startups insights session, presenting their innovation solutions.

After the coffee break, François Thill (Cyber Security Director of the Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy) will give a keynote on the benefits of collaboration in cybersecurity, entitled "From MISP to RISP". The organizers will then welcome Philippe Vercruysse de Solart (Account Technology Strategist, Microsoft Belgium & Luxembourg) for another presentation. The last keynote of the day will be delivered by Victor Emmanuel de Sa, Ethical Hacker, Vice-World Champion of the international hacking contest, Conversion Manager. The morning session will end with a round table discussion entitled "Security Challenge for multi-cloud strategy". It will feature Thomas Scherer (Chief Architect, Telindus), Bart Roels (Partner Technology Strategist MSP, Microsoft) and Cédric Mauny (Head of Cybersecurity, Telindus Luxembourg) and will be moderated by Alizée Nicolas (Communication & Event Officer, Telindus).

From 12:10pm to 12:40pm, the IS Awards, which aim at recognizing best practices and highlight outstanding contributions from local professionals in the IT Security sector, will be distributed: IS Personality of the Year, Security Project of the Year, Awareness Security Initiative of the Year, Best Security partner of the Year, Security Startup of the Year and Woman Talent of the Year.

In the afternoon, several workshops sessions will be organized by the event's partners: Check Point, Digital Security Belux, HS2, DCC Nederland, One Trust, Yes We Hack, Varonis, CIRCL, Cyberhedge, SMILE.

 

More information and registration: www.isday.lu


Publié le 13 mai 2019