Exclusive Online Lunch / 02 March 2021 / 12:00
RESILIENT CYBER DEFENSE
HOW TO DETECT AND RESPOND FASTER TO HACKS.
In September 2020 a patient died in a German hospital after a ransomware attack which required her to be moved to a different hospital. In December 2020 hackers demanded a ransom to unblock computers at an Antwerp coronavirus testing laboratory. In January 2021 a hospital in Mons had to stop interventions after a successful ransomware attack and had to resort to filing patient information with pen and paper.Nowadays hospitals are prime targets for hackers. Tomorrow your company could be next. Are you prepared?Organisations that aggregate, correlate, and analyse signals across multiple security controls experience fewer successful attacks, have a better overall security posture, and live with less daily stress on their teams.During this exclusive lunch experiences will be shared on these threats and how you can prepare. We will enjoy a three course lunch prepared by Chef Dirk Luijts, of d.ish & Top of the Grill, and delivered to your desired location in Belgium.This event is invitation only and the number of seats is limited.
Find out more about the speakers
CIO & CTO
Cécile Gonfroid, elected CIO of the year 2013, is part of the RTBF management committee, where she has worked for over 30 years. Enterprising woman and mother of three children, Cécile Gonfroid is a graduate of the IAD (Institute of Diffusion Arts). Passionate about sports, Cécile became one of the first women of the RTBF in charge of the realisation of matches in Belgium and was sent everywhere in Europe. In 2000, she joined the Management team and worked alongside the Director of TV. In 2003, she took on the position of Director of TV Productions and managed more than 800 people. At that time, she developed a real interest in Technologies. In 2009, she became Managing Director of DGTE, which brings together all IT departments as well as RTBF production and broadcasting technologies.
CHU de Charleroi
Regional Director BeNeLux
As Regional Director Benelux, Steven Heyde is in charge of the local management and of the strengthening of Trend Micro’s number one position in the Benelux market of server data and virtualisation security. Steven started his career with Trend Micro in 2009. In 2012 he took on the role of Country Manager Belgium and Luxemburg and since 2015 he is expanding this successful management story to the Netherlands, as Regional Director Benelux. He has gained over 15 years of experience in the area of IT security and keeps a close eye on all developments and challenges in the dangerous world of cyber threats.
Data Privacy Officer
Dirk Luijts of D.ish and Top of the Grill, will be serving you a 3-course lunch, delivered to your doorstep before the event starts.
We invite you to enjoy your meal together with our select group of guests while sharing key insights on Cybersecurity with
Cécile Gonfroid, CIO @ RTBFGregory Chevalier, CIO @ CHU de CharleroiCedric Cantillon, CDO @ RTBFPierre Jaradin, CISO @ CHU de CharleroiSteven Heyde, Regional Director BeNeLux @ Trend Micro
This will also be an opportunity to share your insights and learn from your peers.
Introduction of the lunch by the chef and short introduction by every participant
Companies are operating in our increasingly connected world and have to rethink how to manage risk before, during, and after today’s complex cyberattacks happen.We face a growing skill shortage of security resources plus an increasing complexity of our application and hybrid infrastructure landscape which support our business requirements. Many security strategies focus on defence only and rely on siloed data which is the norm for most organisations.The role of CIO’s is crucial when building a resilient cyber strategy as this means transforming how teams and technology will work together. It rethinks responsibilities of IT and security teams (infrastructure, cloud, security, threat hunting, devops,…). It solves challenges caused by the skill shortage the security industry is facing and will allow you manage risk throughout the extended organisation while adopting new technologies securely to support business needs.This discussion aims to exchange experiences from the field on how organisations are building resilient cyber security strategies to detect and respond faster to attacks.
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