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Agenda

Time Event & Speakers
08:30

Registration & Welcome Coffee

09:00

Welcome Remarks

Jacqueline Knollmayr
Moderatorin
09:05

IDC Keynote: Business Security: Risk and Resilience

Mark Child
Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA

Technology is just one component of how we secure our organizations. People, processes, policies, and governance are all crucial too, to protect the data assets that confer value on digital businesses. In short, security cannot be separated as a technology issue – it is an intrinsic part of the business. Security needs to be considered in terms of risk: What operational impact will a cyberattack have? Could a data breach undermine our digital business strategy? What about compliance and reputational risk? Only through assessing risk can we make appropriate decisions regarding security strategy. A key focus of that strategy should be developing Cyber Resilience - the ability to recover systems and regain operational capability in spite of cyber attacks. Building a resilient organization, on the basis of risk-based security strategy, is fundamental to successful digital business.

09:25

Cyber Defence - A National Challenge

Walter Unger
Leiter Abt Cyber Defence & IKT-Sicherheit, Bundesministerium für Landesverteidigung

This presentation focuses on the challenges, strategies, and initiatives of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Defence.

09:55

Next Generation Cyber Security

Markus Schmeisser
Technical Consultant, Panda Security
10:10

Updates on the NIS Directive from the Ministry of the Interior

Christian Kunstmann
Abteilung Sicherheitspolitik, Bundesministerium für Inneres
10:25

NIS, Cyber Threat & Co at a Utility Company

Walter Fraißler
Leiter Informationssicherheit, VERBUND AG
10:45

End to End Cloud Security

Stefan Rösch
Security Engineer, Check Point Software Technologies
11:00

Coffee Break

11:30

Security of Container-based Virtualization

Sebastian Schrittwieser
Leiter Josef Ressel Zentrum TARGET, Department Informatik & Security, Fachhochschule St. Pölten
11:55

Cyber-Security-Awareness - The Human Factor in the Security Chain

Christina Hochleitner
Scientist - Technology Experience, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT)
12:10

IDC Connect Roundtable Discussions

Christina Hochleitner
Scientist - Technology Experience, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT)
Christian Kunstmann
Abteilung Sicherheitspolitik, Bundesministerium für Inneres
Manfred Wöhrl
Vizepräsident, Verein Digital Society

Interactive roundtable discussions moderated by IDC analysts, CIOs, and partner representatives.

  • Connect Discussion 1 | Risk – from insider threat to the NIS Directive
  • Connect Discussion 2 | The Human Factor in the Security Chain
  • Connect Discussion 3 | What cyberthreats are on the rise? Do standards, norms, and certificates help?
  • Connect Discussion 4 | How is digital transformation altering business and security?

12:45

Strengthen the Immune System with CDC as a Service

Thomas Hoffmann
CEO, Geschäftsführer Sales & Marketing, Radar Cyber Security
13:00

Panel Discussion: Security Operations Center as a Service (SOCaaS)

Nikolaus Brandstetter
Manager | Advisory Services | Cyber Security, Ernst & Young
Michael Klemen
Vorstandsmitglied, BMÖ
Christoph Schacher
Corporate Information Security Manager, Corporate IT & Digitalization, Wienerberger AG
Sebastian Schrittwieser
Leiter Josef Ressel Zentrum TARGET, Department Informatik & Security, Fachhochschule St. Pölten
Manfred Wöhrl
Vizepräsident, Verein Digital Society

According to IDC data, Managed Security Services (MSS) are the fastest growing subsegment of the entire security market. SOC as a Service is a compelling offering for end users and represents a considerable share of the MSS market. Many organizations struggle to attract and retain sufficiently skilled security analysts to run their operational security. The volume of alerts and incidents is overwhelming, on top of which is the necessity to stay abreast of huge volumes of threat intelligence. Particularly for mid-sized companies that do not have the resources to run their own SOC, SOCaaS offers a means for organizations to outsource these functions and gain access to skills beyond their reach. Nevertheless, there are concerns around issues such as data governance, ownership, compliance, and response and recovery times that SOCaaS providers must address to gain the trust of their prospective clients.

13:35

Final Remarks & End of Conference

13:45

Networking Lunch

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