Meet with and be inspired by like-minded peers who face a similar set of challenges. Share strategies for mitigating the most current information security threats. A friendly, relaxed and professional atmosphere will ensure that you leave this event with a new wealth of trust-based contacts and tangible takeaways. The unique strength of this event is that members can feel free to share concerns, successes, and feedback in a one-to-one environment.
This is a ‘must attend’ event for all security professionals! We are confident that the relationships you develop here will prove to be crucial to your continuing success. So do not wait and register!
Looking forward to see you there, your SIGS team
As always: sales peoples (incl. CEO's and Founders), vendors, consulting companies like the big4 and all peoples who just like to sell their products or services are not allowed to take part at SIGS events.
Shuttle from the train station in Rümlang is available
Date & Time
January, 19th 2023, 2:00 pm till open end
EUR 99.-- incl. dinner
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Welcome & short introduction from the background organization and the moderator Peter Kunz, IT Director Cyber Security at Leica Geosystems
Martin Weder, Chief Information Security Officer at Zürcher Kantonalbank
Decentralization of security functions in an agile organization DevOps is a challenge for many security organizations to ensure existing processes and controls are adopted. In this new agile world a "shift left" of relevant security functions is inevitable. "Security Coach" models may help.
Olivier Busolini, Chief Information Security Officer at Sygnum Bank
Notes from a Cloud Security Journey
The implicit choices of starting a cloud(s) journey
The key cloud security risks to evaluate
The most important security principles and measures when running workloads in cloud(s)
The implications of the shared responsibility model of data protection
Next steps and biggest challenges for our cloud security journey in 2023
Peter Merker, Head of Security at skyguide
Security Strategy – glossy slides and a bumpy journey A security strategy usually starts with glossy slides full of ambitions which crumble quickly once confronted with corporate reality. In this presentation Peter will tell you how the security journey of Skyguide started, how it has developed over the past years and what is currently being done to eventually reach those beautiful ambitions on the glossy slides in 2023 and beyond.
Patrick Ghion, Head of the Regional Cyber Competence Centres for Western Switzerland (RC3) at State of Geneve
Regional Cyber Competence Center for Western Switzerland in National perspective Switzerland and its 26 cantons, thus 26 cantonal police forces is the perfect example where there is no sense to develop the fight against cybercrime in all its aspects. Therefore, the National strategy for the protection of Switzerland against cyber-risks (NCS) developed the principles of Regional Cyber Competence Centers. As the concept of RC3 is massively effective in Western Switzerland, we need to develop the network across the country with the support of the Swiss Network for Police Cyber coordination (NEDIK). But even then, I strongly believe that cybercrime in its frontierless opportunities need a global response in an international partnership.
As the main challenge, as often, is to put the actors together, The main challenge for 2023 will be to grow the strategy on an international level with agencies like EUROPOL, INTERPOL or FRANCOPOL.
Milad Aslaner, Head of Technology Advisory Board at SentinelOne
Identity Threats Detection and Response – the new buzz word for 2023? Identity-based attacks remain on the rise. Today 78% of organizations experience direct business impact due to identity-related breaches. In this presentation, we will go through common and up-and-coming identity threat models, how they have changed and how we think they will change in the future, discuss real-world identity-based attacks, and share top identity security modernization requirements that will allow organizations to protect, detect, and respond more effectively to identity-based threats.
Irena Damsky, Director Research Cortex XDR at Palo Alto Networks
Top endpoint threats in 2022 and what will keep us busy in 2023 Adversaries continue to devise new exploits and techniques to compromise endpoints. To thwart them, you need ironclad endpoint security that's always learning to outpace threats. During this session, we will discuss: - The latest and most advanced endpoint attacks observed in the wild - How we can prepare for 2023 and beyond
Panel Discussion moderated by Peter Kunz, IT Director Cyber Security at Leica Geosystems
Apéro, Dinner, Networking till open end
Contributors & Speakers
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