The COVID-19 pandemic has created new challenges for businesses as they adapt to an operating model in which working from home has become the ‘new normal’. Companies are accelerating their digital transformation, and cybersecurity is now a major concern. The reputational, operational, legal and compliance implications could be considerable if cybersecurity risks are neglected. This pandemic has taught us that preparation is key to successfully limiting the risks related to cyberattacks. The ability to quickly react to unforeseen events helps reduce the impact of a cyberattack. This summit focus on the impact of COVID-19 on cyber risk and mitigation measures that businesses can take.
Cyber Race and How Cyber Security Evolution Meets 5G Revolution
Current Cyber Threat Landscape
Using Machine Learning to Hunt for Cyber Threats
Intelligent Cyber Security
AI and Boosting Cyber Security Capacities
Automated Hacking, Deep Fakes and Other Cyber Threats
Safe Infrastructure – Safe Operations
Identifying Cyber Vulnerabilities and Mitigating Them
The Cybersecurity Implications of Working Remotely
Members of board, C-level, senior/global vice presidents, directors, heads of departments and experts from any industry who is responsible for and involved in
Cloud Services and Security
Customer Data Program
Cyber Detection and Response
Cyber Risk Analytics
Cyber Security Engineering and Architecture
Cyber Security Intelligence
Cyber Security Strategy
Cyber Threat Management
GDPR & Data Protection
IoT, AI Security, IT Security
Cyber norms in a changing world
Minimize the business impact of a cyber attack by recovering quickly with an orchestrated resilience approach.
COVID-19 affecting the activity of cyber security
Configure your data protection
Identity theft in COVID-19 times
Lack of cybersecurity expertise
Tejas Chopra Software Engineer Netflix Inc. – USA
Nishith Agarwal Engineering Leader (Storage & Compute) Uber – USA
Jelena Zelenovic Matone Senior Head, Op. Risk & CISO European Investment Bank – Luxembourg & President W4C – Luxembourg
Hilary Mine VP Strategy & Technology Nokia CX – Netherlands
Unique Things To Do in Amsterdam
Amsterdam’s museums are some of the most popular attractions in the city, don\'t miss to visit:
Moco Museum Optimize your time in the Dutch capital and widen your perspective of European art with skip-the-line admission to the Moco Museum, heading straight in at a time that suits you to discover contemporary works by modern masters such as Dali, Banksy, and Hirst.
Van Gogh Museum The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam contains the world’s largest collection of the artist’s work. Save time with skip-the-line admission and learn firsthand about masterpieces such as “Sunflowers,” as well as lesser-known paintings, during a private tour with an art historian. It’s an ideal introduction, allowing visitors to continue exploring on their own with a ticket valid for the entire day.
The World-famous Rijksmuseum Is a home to some of the most celebrated works of Dutch Masters, you\'ll see a mix of famous pieces and lesser-known works as your guide provides commentary and answers any questions that may arise.