ETSI Security Week 2019

Cyber Security: Landscape

key Sophia Antipolis, France
Free of charge
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This day is the introduction to Security Week, setting the scene for the challenges and opportunities that will be discussed during the week. This workshop will cover:

  • The latest developments in cyber security
  • The threat landscape and major upcoming security threats, challenges and opportunities
  • Case studies of attacks in the past year, attack vectors, and emerging attacks
  • Organisation case studies: how standards helped them to improve their cyber security; are standards of any use at all
  • How these issues relate to forthcoming legislations such as the Cybersecurity Act and ePrivacy regulation

This thread provides a common understanding from which all workshop attendees (policy and technical) can work from during the week. 

Objectives:
Attendees will:

  • Have an appreciation of the breadth and scale of the cyber security challenge we face today
  • Understand the latest developments in cyber security and their impact on the technical landscape
  • Know key features and facts from case studies of recent cyber attacks
  • Leave with a common understanding from which to work during Security Week

Target audience:
Attendees with technical or policy backgrounds, from industry, academia and government, are welcome to gain a broad overview of the latest threats and state-of-the-art security technologies. 

The programme committee is calling for contribution on the following topics. 

  1. Cyber attack case studies from the last year: threat vectors, means of attack, and the evolution of attacker behaviour
  2. Latest developments and breakthroughs in cyber security technology
  3. Case studies from organisations: how standards helped with cyber security; are standards of any use at all
  4. Threat landscape analysis
  5. Major threats, challenges and opportunities in cyber security

For all items above, please highlight how these issues relate to forthcoming legislations such as the Cybersecurity Act and ePrivacy regulation

Please fill in this form and return it to events@etsi.org by 8 March 2019

Note that, if selected, your contribution may be accepted as presentation, very short statement or participation to a panel; this will be determined in line with agenda constraints and other factors. It is intended to have the full programme online beginning of May. 

Marketing or commercial speeches are not welcome. 

  • Alex Leadbeater, BT & TC CYBER Chairman - PC Chair
  • Sonia Compans, ETSI
  • Christoph Fisher, BFK
  • Andreas Fuchsberger, Microsoft
  • Kirsty Paine, NCSC
  • Colin Whorlow, NCSC 
  • Andreas Wolf, ISO/IEC JTC 1 SC27 Chair

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