Homeland  Security Conference 15 November 2017

Since 2014, the CenSec Homeland Security Conference has gathered cyber security stakeholders, industry
decision makers,  specialists, public authorities and academics.
This year we look forward to welcoming you in Billund, Denmark, Wednesday 15. November from
10:00 – 18:00, for a day of cyber updates, powerful trends, networking, innovation and business.
The focus of the conference is, that companies are a key element in the digital eco system. On the one
hand, they are exposed to increasingly intense and sophisticated cyber attacks; on the other hand, they
develop and provide advanced products and services for cyber threat protection.
This conference aims to create a strong foundation for resilience at all levels of society and a wide range of
business opportunities by combining the hard-earned experiences, future needs and technological knowhow
from the industry, the authorities, universities and knowledge institutions.
Selected topics to be discussed at HOMELAND SECURITY CONFERENCE 2017 include:
• Safe Internet of Things (IoT)
• Future demands in the cybersecurity product and service market
• Organisational resilience and industry recovery after attack
• Human factor vulnerability in Social Engineering
Programme
09:00 Registration, breakfast, exhibition and networking
10:00 Opening Remarks and Welcome – Klaus Bolving, CenSec & Lars Bangert Struwe, Conferencier & Danish
Atlantic Treaty Association
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Programme Morning

 

9:00     Registration, breakfast, exhibition and networking

 

10:00     Opening Remarks and Welcome

Lars Bangert Struwe, The Danish Atlantic Treaty Association (Conferencier)

 

10:15     Safe Internet of Things (IoT)

Speaker 1: Erik Bøjer Pedersen, Kamstrup

Speaker 2: Lars Ellebo, FORCE Technology/DELTA

Speaker 3 : Zaruhi Aslanyan, Alexandra Institut

Panel debate: Speakers

 

11:15 Break, exhibition and networking

 

11:30     Human Factor & vulnerability in Social Engineering

 

Speaker 1: Jesper Laisen, Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET)

Speaker 2: Chuck Esposito, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

Speaker 3: Michael Nielsen, Nationale Cyber Crime Center

Panel debate: Speakers + Jesper Florin, Danish Institute for Fire and Security Technology (DBI) og René Hedegaard Hansen, Terma

 

12:45     Break, exhibition and networking

 

14.00:    Organisational resilience and industry recovery after attack

Speaker 1: Bruno Kalhøj, European Central Bank

Speaker 2: Laura Melkunaite, Danske Bank

Speaker 3: International University

Panel debate: Speakers

 

15:15     Break, exhibition and networking

 

15.30     Future demands in the cyber security product and service market

Speaker 1: Niels Trads Pedersen, IBM Denmark

Speaker 2: Niels Henrik Olesen, Trusted

Speaker 3: David Simonsen, Dencrypt

Speaker 4: Christian Probst, Technical University of Denmark, DTU Compute

Speaker 5: Casper Klynge, Tech Ambassador, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Panel debate: Speakers

 

16:45     Wrap up and Way ahead Lars Bangert Struwe & Klaus Bolving

 

17:00    Sandwich, exhibition and networking

 

18.00 See you next year

 

 







 

 

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