Global IT-, Cyber- & Computer Security Day

30th of November 2022

AGENDA

CENTRAL EUROPEAN TIME (CET)
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ALL-DAY SESSION ON CURRENT, TOPICAL AND TIMELY  IT-, and CYBERSECURITY ISSUES
Approximate timings due to the online nature and the Q/A sessions at the event

The year 2022-23 has echoed that those cyber-attacks will continue and worsen in the future. As a result, the corporate plan for 2023 and beyond will address the need to start over and focus on teaching training and making employees aware of defending against phishing attacks that could lead to a significant data breach, costly ransomware, and potential fines and reputation damage.

Timing Topics/Speakers
9:50 – 10:00 Registration
10:00 – 10:10 Welcome Remarks
10:15 – 10:45
How to be prepared for the significant cybersecurity threats
  • to protect people, revenue, reputation and corporate brand?
Robert Wickstrom, ITBRC Governance Lead at Danske Bank
10:45 – 11:30
Managing the corporate Cyber-Security Risk Profile with caution
  • The exponential challenges are expanding cyber attacks caused by remote work, higher regulatory demands and aggressive cybercriminals
Peter Rektorys, Cyber Security Architect, The Adecco Group
11:30 – 12:00
Risk, Regulation, and Reaction: The 3Rs of cybersecurity
  • The changing dynamics of IT- and cybersecurity
  • A discussion of cyber risk and implications for operational programs
ATUL JUVLE, General Counsel, Compliance Officer & Company Secretary- India & South Asia, Schindler India Ltd
12:00 – 12:30
How do I react if there is a data breach?
  • Responding to cyber incidents and engaging with law enforcement
Inderjeet Singh, CIO and Chief Cyber Officer, Vara
12:30 – 12:45 break
1245 – 1:30
IT, Cyber Security & Data Privacy – The Importance of Employee Training
Jagathesh Rajavasagam, Regional Risk & Cyber Security Officer, Abbott 
1:30 – 2:00
The current trends in digital disruption and transformation
  • The corporate and management needs, as it navigates through these difficulties
  • Why 70% of digital transformation projects fail (Harvard Business Review).
  • Global spending on Digital Transformation is $2.3T in 2023
Prof. Hernan Huwyler, CPA, MBA. Sr. IT Governance and Risk Management lead, Danske Bank
2:00 – 2:15 Final Q&A with all speakers, closing and final remarks
*Conference Program is subject to change. The conference language is English