PwC Cybersecurity & Privacy Day – PWC Event
Many opportunities to gain insights from the latest internationals trends in Cyber & Privacy
About the PwC Cybersecurity & Privacy Day
From IT security to digital trust: how to help CISOs, DPOs and CEOs ensure they keep the organisation secure in a digital society.
Cybersecurity and the global health situation are top of CEOs’ minds for 2022, according to the latest PwC Global CEO Survey. Cyber risks moved up the threat list, and is now the highest concern among CEOs.
In the meantime, CISOs are facing an unlimited number of various attacks and risks everyday. DPOs see their mission evolve to ensure data security and privacy are respected, in a complex environment.
The PwC Cybersecurity and Privacy Day mission is to help CISOs, DPOs and CEOs ensure they keep their organisation secure in a digital society.
The main theme of this year’s event will focus on the topic of Critical Infrastructure Protection. As cyber threats become more sophisticated and increasingly target operators of critical infrastructure, industries and organisations. These must urgently assess and uplift their cyber resilience.
12 October 2022 | in-person only
|4.00pm – 4.30pm||Registration|
|4.30pm – 4.40pm||Welcome words|
|4.40pm – 4.50pm||GOVCERT and NIS 2
Paul Rhein, Managing Director, Governmental Computer Emergency Response Team Luxembourg (GOVCERT.LU) / Ministère d’État Luxembourg
GOVCERT in a nutshell : A short and hopefully crispy presentation of GOVCERT.
NIS Directives : A short exchange on how to address a market failure
|4.50pm – 5.10pm||Zero Trust Paradox – How current ICT infrastructure design and practices help the attackers
Alexandre Dulaunoy, Security Researcher and HoD of CIRCL – Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg
ICT infrastructure design decisions can really help and support attackers’ practices. In the past years, we have seen a significant number of cybersecurity attacks and incidents which could have been detected with proper logging and auditing. The deployment of new infrastructure is going into less and less log recording. The talk will explain how attacks could be better detected and how their impact could be limited nowadays.
|5.10pm – 5.30pm||Cybersecurity: Legal implications and risk management
Katrien Baetens, Managing Associate, Linklaters LLP
A cybersecurity incident may not only cause reputational damage and have a severe impact on your business but also has a number of legal implications. In this session we will look into the key legal considerations and how to effectively respond to a breach.
|5.30pm – 6.00pm||Join the Dark Side – Choose your own hacking adventure
Simon Petitjean, Cybersecurity Director, Offensive Security & Red Team Leader, PwC Luxembourg
Antoine Goichot, Ethical Hacker & Cybersecurity Manager, PwC Luxembourg
Join our team of Offensive Security experts and put yourself in the shoes of a hacker!
You will have a privileged opportunity to discover the hidden face of a cyber incident, participate in the attack and discover which tactics and techniques are used by the attackers.
After this session, you will gain a new insight on what can really happen to your information system, and hopefully be better prepared.
|6.00pm – onwards||Networking cocktail|