ETSI’s flagship annual event on cybersecurity is going virtual once again and will be taking place on 14-18 June 2021!

As ever, the ETSI Security Week 2021 will focus on the hot security topics – but this new virtual format allows for even more diverse participation from around the world. It will gather all stakeholders to debate five aspects of cybersecurity:

  • Securing Artificial Intelligence (AI),
  • Internet of Things (IoT),
  • Network Function Virtualization (NFV),
  • Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC)
  • Cyber Security Policy

Check the agenda for more information!

Do not miss this unique opportunity where the security community will come together in ETSI virtual world to network, share, influence and learn during this week of events!

ETSI Security Week 2021 AGENDA (14-18 June).

The detailed programme of the event is provided below. Times indicated are Central European Summer Time (CEST).

  • 14 June 2021 - KEYNOTE: DR HACKLOVE - The Challenges we will Face in Security and the Mistakes of the Past
  • 2.00pm
    2.40pm

    14 JUNE

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    • 02.00pm - 02.05pm: Opening of ETSI Security Week 2021
    • Luis Jorge Romero, ETSI Director General
    • 02.06pm - 02.24pm: Keynote - Dr. Hacklove — How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Risk
    • Karsten Nohl, SRLabs
    • 02.25pm - 02.40pm: Coffee Break and Meeting Hub
    • Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
  • 14 June 2021 - Securing Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • 2.40pm
    5.15pm

    14 JUNE

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    Session: An Introduction to the Problems and Solutions to Securing AI

    The Securing Artificial Intelligence Industry Specification Group (ISG SAI) develops technical specifications that mitigate against threats arising from the deployment of AI, and threats to AI systems, from both other AIs, and from conventional sources. The two webinar topics of the 1st Session being presented are:

    • 02.40pm - 02.59pm: Security for AI: Problem Statement
    • Paul Miller, CSIT, QUB
    • 03.00pm - 03.15pm: Introduction to ETSI ISG SAI-GR-005 Mitigation Strategy Report
    • Hsiao-Ying Lin, Huawei
    • 03.15pm - 03.30pm: Coffee Break & Meeting Hub
    • Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
    • 03.30pm - 03.59pm: Live Q&A
    • Moderator: Li Tieyan, Huawei, Panelists: Paul Miller, CSIT, QUB - Hsiao-Ying Lin, Huawei
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    Session: Testing and Securing AI Talks

    The purpose of Security Testing is to identify objectives, methods and techniques that are appropriate for security testing of AI-based systems. The goal is to have guidelines for testing of AI and AI-based system taking account of the different algorithms. The live discussion panel is made up of members of the SAI group and industry who represent academy, small business, large enterprise, standards development and government viewpoints. They will discuss the work of the group, problems or solutions the group aims to solve and answer the audience’s queries and questions about securing AI.

    • 04.00pm - 04.24pm: Introduction to ETSI ISG SAI-GR-003 “Security Testing of AI”
    • Martin Schneider, Fraunhofer FOKUS
    • 04.25pm - 04.40pm: Coffee Break & Meeting Hub
    • Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
    • 04.40pm - 05.10pm: Panel Discussion with Live Q&A
    • Moderator: Scott Cadzow, C3L Panelists: Hsiao-Ying Lin, Huawei - Paul Miller, CSIT, QUB - Apostolos Malatras, ENISA - Martin Schneider, Fraunhofer FOKUS
    • 05.10pm - 05.15pm: End of Day Closing Remarks
    • Scott Cadzow, C3L
  • 15 June 2021 - Internet of Things (IoT)
  • 2.00pm
    5.30pm

    15 JUNE

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    Session: IoT and the Next Cybersecurity Act Scheme

    Within the context of the Cyber Security Act an IoT certification scheme will be defined. This session will explore the roadmap of the ENISA certification schemes, to which extend the EUCC and EUCS schemes can be used for IoT security and the background of the existing standards such as EN 303 645 and the upcoming EN 17640.

     

    • 02:00pm - 02:05pm: Introduction
    • Andreas Mitrakas, ENISA
    • 02:05pm - 02:20pm: Cybersecurity Certification Framework, An Update
    • Andreas Mitrakas, ENISA 
    • 02:21pm - 02:39pm: IoT and the European Cybersecurity Certification Framework
    • Aristotelis Tzafalias, EC DG CNCT
    • 02:40pm - 02:54pm: EN 303 645: The European Standard on Connected Device Security
    • Jennifer Graham, DCMS
    • 02:55pm - 03:14pm: dEN 17640 Fixed-time cybersecurity evaluation methodology for ICT products
    • Miguel Bañon, SC27 WG3 convenor, JTC13 WG3 convenor
    • 03.15pm - 03.29pm: Coffee Break and Meeting Hub
    • Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
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    Session: The Challenges on IoT CSA Scheme Definition, Feedback from the Field

    What is the feedback and the experience of industry, government agencies, laboratories around IoT certification?

    • 03:30pm -03:49pm: IoT Security Certification: The Industry Point of View
    • Davide Pratone, Huawei
    • 03:50pm - 04:04pm: Automation as a Key for Cost-Effective and Scalable IoT Security Certification
    • Roland Atoui, Red Alert Labs
    • 04:05pm - 04:21pm: GCF Consumer IoT Security Accreditation Programme
    • Asif Hamidullah, Global Certification Forum Ltd (GCF) 
    • 04:22pm - 04:39pm: Cybersecurity Labelling Scheme – Singapore Experience
    • Henry TAN, Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA)
    • 04.40pm - 04.54pm: Coffee Break and Meeting Hub
    • Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
    • 04:55pm - 05:25pm: Panel Discussion and Live Q&A: What are the Positive Points, What are the Roadblocks, How to Solve it? The Next Steps
    • Moderator: Jean-Pierre Quémard, CEO KAT,  Panelists: Roland Atoui, Red Alert Labs - Asif Hamidullah, GCF - Henry Tan, CSA - Davide Pratone, Huawei
    • 05.25pm - 05.30: End of Day Closing Remarks
    • Chair: Jean-Pierre Quémard, KAT
  • 16 June 2021 - Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
  • 2.00pm
    4.00pm

    16 JUNE

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    • 02:00pm - 02:05pm: Introduction
    • Alex Leadbeater, BT, Chair ISG NFV SEC
    • 02:05pm - 03:00pm:  An Introduction to NFV Security Challenges and ETSI NFV Security Standards 
      An introduction to begin the NFV day of ETSI Security Week! This talk will start with the basics of what Network Function Virtualisation is and isn't, before moving into the complexity of the NFV security model – the risks, threats and vulnerabilities that need to be tackled for the future. Finally, we take a look at where standards – and particularly ETSI standards – mitigate and address these critical issues.
      Alex Leadbeater, BT, Chair ISG NFV SEC
    • 03:01pm - 03:22pm: Bringing Trust to 5G Networks
      The impacts of 5G on our daily life will be massive, with promises of high-speed connections, ultra-low latency, and long battery life for low-power IoT devices. This fifth-generation telecom standard shifts the underlying networks to software-centric open architectures. This openness speeds innovation but also introduces security risks. In this session, some of the security challenges facing modern Telcos as they adopt cloud-native technologies will be discussed, and how Thales is uniquely positioned to help address these challenges to enable continued innovation.
      Rohini Deepak, Thales Research and Innovation group
    • 03:22pm - 03:35pm: Coffee Break and Meeting Hub
      Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
    • 03:35pm - 03:55pm: Live Q&A and Closing Remarks
      Rohini Deepak, Thales - Alex Leadbeater, BT
    • 03.55pm - 04.00pm: Closing Remarks
      Alex Leadbeater
    • End of Day
  • 17 June 2021 - Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC)
  • 2.00pm
    5.30pm

    17 JUNE

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    Done correctly, MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing) can bring significant benefits to us as digital citizens, our economies and increase network resilience. MEC deployments are coming together with the progressive introduction of 5G networks, and MEC technology is serving many important use cases for 5G, also coming from various vertical market segments (e.g. automotive, industrial IoT, gaming, etc.).Such technology increases the versatility of commercial offerings, gives the ability to scale quickly and efficiently in a world driven by consumers and an ever-increasing pace of technological change. Conversely, should we fail to write and implement world class standards the opposite is true. Indeed, what is the benefit of MEC in increasing security and privacy locally at the edge? Or are there also challenges for edge computing deployments? What are the real security risks and how do we plan to counter those? What are the requirements from operators and customers, especially from many verticals? What are the next steps for the standardization in the domain of MEC?   

    Session: Standardization Overview on MEC Security 

    • 02:00pm -02:04pm: Welcome and Introduction
    • Dario Sabella, Intel, ETSI MEC Chair
    • 02:05pm -02:19pm: Security Standards for the Edge Value Chain
    • Vangelis Gazis, Huawei, TC CYBER delegate
    • 02:20pm -02:40pm: Security Aspects of ETSI MEC Specifications
    • Alex Reznik, HPE, former ETSI MEC Chair
    • 02:40pm -02:55pm:  Coffee Break and Meeting Hub
    • Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
    • 02:55pm - 03:40pm: Panel Discussion and Live Q&A
    • Moderator: Dario Sabella, Intel; Panelists: Vangelis Gazis, Huawei -  Alex Reznik, HPE
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    Session: MEC Security: A Market Segments Perspective

    • 03:41pm - 03:44pm: Welcome and Introduction
    • Ian W, NCSC Senior TD Chair
    • 03:45pm - 03:54pm: Security Challenges and Recommendations for 5G Edge Computing
    • He Chengdong, Huawei
    • 03:55pm - 04:09pm: Security in the Edge Continuum
    • Diego Lopez, Telefonica
    • 04:10pm - 04:19pm: MEC Security: An Automotive Perspective from 5GAA
    • Virendra Kumar, Qualcomm, Chair of 5GAA Security and Privacy Working Group
    • 04:20pm - 04:32pm: Software Security and Maintenance for MEC devices
    • George Grey, Foundries.io
    • 04:33pm - 04:49pm: Coffee Break and meeting Hub
    • Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
    • 04:50pm- 05:25pm: Panel Discussion and Live Q&A
    • Moderator: Ian W, NCSC; Panelists: He Chengdong (Dony), Huawei - Diego Lopez, Telefonica - Virendra Kumar, Qualcomm - George Grey, Foundries.io
    • 05:25pm - 05:30pm: Closing remarks from the two Session Chairs
    • Dario Sabella, Intel -  and Ian W, NCSC
    • End of Day
  • 18 June 2021 - Cyber Security Policy
  • 2.00pm
    6.25pm

    18 JUNE

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    Session: Next Steps to the Cybersecurity Act

    This session will focus on the following topics followed by a panel discussion and a Live Q&A:

    1. Future plan for standards under the CSA
    2. 5G certification under the CSA
    3. Transition from current schemes to CSA schemes
    4. Return of experience on the new procedures and the accreditation of labs
    5. Impact to and contribution from SMEs  

     

    • 02:00pm - 02:05pm: Introduction 
      Chair: Claire Vishik Intel / TDL
    • 02:06pm - 02:23pm: Standardisation and Certification under CSA
      Slawomir Gorniak, ENISA
    • 02:24pm - 02:40pm: GSMA’s Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme in the Context of EU CSA
      James Moran, GSMA
    • 02:41pm - 02:55pm: Towards Implementing the Cybersecurity Act
      Philippe Magnabosco, ANSSI
    • 02:56pm - 03:22pm: Digitisation - The Next Generation
      Matthias Intemann, Head of Branch Certification Procedures, BSI, Germany
    • 03:23pm - 3:51pm: SMEs in a Multi-Standard World: Critical Factor for Digital Single Market & Industry 4.0
      George Sharkov, European DIGITAL SME Alliance & SBS 
    • 03:52pm - 04:05pm: Coffee Break and Meeting Hub
      Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
    • 04:05pm - 04:25pm: Panel Discussion and Live Q&A
      Moderator: Claire Vishik, Intel; Panelists: Slawomir Gorniak, ENISA - James Moran, GSMA - Philippe Magnabosco, ANSSI - Matthias Intemann, BSI, Germany - George Sharkov, SBS / Digital SME Alliance
    • 04:25pm - 04:30pm: Conclusion
      Moderator: Claire Vishik Intel/TDL
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    Session: Security Under the Radio Equipment Directive and the Interactions with the Cybersecurity Act

    This session will more particularly deal with the following topics followed by a panel discussion and a Live Q&A:

    1. Challenges faced by standardisers and possible ways forward
    2. EU COM objectives and long-term approach to security under the EU legislation
    3. Manufacturer’s view to security under the RED
    4. EU market access and security, staying relevant in an ever-evolving threat  

     

    • 04:31pm - 04:35pm: Introduction
      Chair: Claire Vishik, Intel / TDL
    • 04:36pm - 04:50pm: State-of-Play on the RED
      Pier Francesco Sammartino, European Commission, DG GROW
    • 04:51pm - 05:05pm: RED and CSA Standardisation Challenges, TC Cyber Chair's Perspective
      Alex Leadbeater, BT, ETSI TC CYBER Chair
    • 05:06pm - 05:22pm: The Security Standardization Challenge
      Ben Kokx, Philips, CEN/CENELEC
    • 05:23pm - 05:34pm: ETSI Deliverables in Support of New RED Article 3(3)(i) on Combination of SW & HW
      Markus Mueck, Intel, ETSI TC RRS Acting Chair
    • 05:35pm - 05:49pm: Securing the IoT - RED and the Rest
      Alberto Di Felice, Digital Europe
    • 05:49pm - 05:59pm: Coffee Break and Meeting Hub
      Please use this opportunity to connect with other attendees with the Meeting Hub
    • 06:00pm - 06:20pm: Panel Discussion and Live Q&A
      Moderator: Claire Vishik, Intel; Panelists: Alex Leadbeater, BT - Ben Kokx, CEN/CENELEC - Markus Mueck, Intel - Alberto Di Felice, Digital Europe 
    • 06:20pm - 06:23pm: Conclusion
      Claire Vishik Intel/TDL
    • 06:23pm - 06:30pm: End of Event and Closing Remarks
      Alex Leadbeater, BT, ETSI TC CYBER Chair
  • On-Demand Content
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    The following on-demand content will be accessible during and after the event from the virtual event platform. 

    • Keynote: Dr. Hacklove — How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Risk
    • Karsten Nohl, SRLabs
    • Challenges from the Past and Future of Mobile Cryptography
    • Steve Babbage, Vodafone
    • Smart Secure Platform: the Next Generation Secure Element
    • Stephane Bandin, Orange – ETSI TC SCP TEC Chairman
    • Trusted Infrastructure for Fixed 5G Networks
    • Scott Cadzow, F5G Security rapporteur
    • ETSI DRAFT Standard on Security Assessment for Consumer Mobile Device
    • Gao Linyi, Huawei, TS 103 732 rapporteur
    • ETSI CYBER Quantum-Safe Cryptography TC
    • Matthew Campagna, Sr. Principal Security Engineer, Cryptography, Amazon AWS
    • On the Limits of Cybersecurity Tests Under the RED
    • Vangelis Gazis, Huawei
    • European Cybersecurity Legislation and its Impact on Standardization and Declaration of Conformity
    • Benjamin Helfritz, DIN with technical contributor Gisela Meister, Eurosmart

     

Securing AI

  • Alex Cadzow, C3L
  • Tieyan Li, Huawei
  • George Sharkov, European DIGITAL SME Alliance & SBS
  • Colin Whorlow, NCSC

IoT Security

  • François Ambrosini, Umlaut
  • Jean-Pierre Quémard, KAT
  • Davide Pratone, Huawei  

NFV

  • Alex Leadbeater, BT, Chair ISG NFV SEC
  • Dario Sabella, INTEL, ETSI MEC Chair
  • Colin Whorlow, NCSC MEC

MEC

  • Dario Sabella, INTEL, ETSI MEC Chair
  • Alan Hayward, NCSC

European Security Policy

  • Colin Whorlow, NCSC
  • François Ambrosini, Umlaut
  • George Sharkov, European DIGITAL SME Alliance & SBS
  • Dario Sabella,  INTEL, ETSI MEC Chair
  • Slawomir Gorniak, ENISA
  • Davide Pratone, Huawei  

This short video will give you a quick overview of OnAir by EventsAir, the virtual platform used by ETSI for the ETSI Security Week 2021.

For the best EventsAir experience, please use Google Chrome.


Watch the tutorial below:


tutorial 

 

GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING

 
  • Devices that are not running on a windows Operating system (i.e. iPad, tablets) are not recommended. *Some up-to-date iPads may be able to connect via the Google Chrome app; however, it is still not recommended.  
  • Connect via Google Chrome or a chromium based web browser
  • Make sure your camera and microphone are set to "allow". See the Browser Settings Guide for instructions.
  • Your internet speed is important! A minimum of 4mbps is recommended. Check your internet speed
  • Disable ad-blockers or other browser extensions that may be interfering with the page
  • "Hard refresh" the page. This is done by pressing "Ctrl-F5" keys on Windows and "Cmd-Shift-R" on Mac
  • Close out of our browser completely, then relaunch the browser and try again
  • Clear your browser cache
  • Clear your browser's cookies.

SLOW VIDEO PLAYBACK

There could be several causes resulting in slow or interrupted video playback. In general, if you’re connecting over WiFi and experiencing constant rebuffering or other issues during playback, try moving your router to another location and away from other devices that may cause electrical interference. 

  • For optimal viewing experience, try running an Ethernet connection instead of WiFi
  • Move your wireless router to a more central location of your home/office
  • Move your wireless router to an elevated surface such as a desk or on top of a bookshelf
  • Clear clutter from the vicinity of your wireless router
  • Use a hardline internet connection if availab.

Why Isn’t My Camera or Microphone Working? 




Refresh your OnAIR Portal. 

1. Click your initials/profile image in the top right corner of the portal. 

2. Select Refresh Data. 

or

Please reset or review your browser permissions for your camera and microphone. 

To check these settings have been allowed: 

1. Right click on the padlock icon in the URL bar and make sure Mic and Camera are both set to allow. 

2. Clicking on Site Permissions bring you to the full Site Permissions page for the Chrome browser. 

 

  

 

or

Let’s check your camera and microphone settings. In your Live Support Chat Box, please click on Check Camera & Mic in the lower right corner. This will let you select the correct camera and microphone. You know your video is correct when you can see your video preview. 

or

You may be having a browser issue. Are you using Google Chrome? That is our recommended browser. 

or

Your browser may not be allowing your audio or video. Are you able to go into your browser settings and make sure your browser is allowing use of your camera and microphone? (See Response One above for an illustration and steps). 

or

Are you on your office network? Some networks have firewalls that prevent these types of connections. One way to test this is to connect to a different network, even using your own mobile phone’s mobile hotspot. If you can use your microphone and camera, this will probably mean your office network is causing the issue.

 

Why Can’t I Hear any Audio? 

This can be caused by an office network with firewall or other restrictions. 

 

Are you using Chrome as your browser?
That is our recommended browser to use with OnAIR. 



Or refresh your OnAIR Portal. 

1. Click your initials/profile image in the top right corner of the portal. 

2. Select Refresh Data. 

or

Please go  out of the portal and clear your browser’s cache. 

or 

Are you on your office network? Some networks have firewalls that prevent these types of connections. One way to test this is to connect to a different network, even using your own mobile phone’s mobile hotspot. If you can use your microphone and camera, this will probably mean your office network is causing the issue. 

or

In AIRCast Studio, please click on the Audio/Video Issues link in the lower left corner. Once open, you can click on one of the two back up streams to see if that resolves your issue. 

or 

If you can’t hear any audio, try clicking on the MUTE/UNMUTE control on your video player. 

or

If you can’t hear any audio, make sure your computer’s audio control is NOT set to MUTE and the volume slider is NOT set to zero. 

or

check to see if your browser is using any extensions that may be blocking functionality in OnAIR. 

or

Let’s make sure your audio is not being played to a different audio device.

 

Why Can’t I See Any Video? 

 

Are you using Chrome as your browser? That is our recommended browser to use with OnAIR. 

Or 

Quickly refresh your OnAIR Portal. 

1. Click their initials/profile image in the top right corner of the portal. 

2. Select Refresh Data. 

 

How Do I Get to the Next Session? 

You should click on Back to Agenda in the top left corner of your screen. Once you are in the Timeline, you can join any other session, Meeting Hub, live Q&A Chat, On-demand videos and more. 

 

How do I mute my mic/video so I’m not visible to others in a session? 

If you have the option to be seen or heard then you will have a button with a picture of a mic or camera (for audio/video) that you can use to mute your mic or camera. 

If you don’t have these options visible to you then you aren’t able to share your mic or camera in the current session and won’t be heard or seen by the other attendees. 

 

Why Can’t I See My Name or Details in Meeting Hub? 

In the Meeting Hub users are not able to see their own profile. You can check the meeting hub and make a connection request with them to show they do appear in the hub. 

If they don’t appear in the hub it means they have opted out of the meeting hub, and this can be changed in their Profile Settings. 

 

How Do I Get My Notes from OnAIR? 

Any notes that you take throughout the event can be exported by selecting the Export icon in the top right of the screen near your Profile image. 

In addition, all Meeting Hub connections you have make with other OnAIR participants will save their contact information, that you can export using the Export option as well.

 

How Do I Add or Change my Profile Picture? 

When you first sign in to the OnAIR Portal, the Event Check In window displays, where you can update your profile, capture or add a profile photo and review your privacy settings. To edit or change these settings, please click on your profile photo at the top right of the screen and select My Settings. 

 

I’ve Changed My Profile Picture But It Isn’t Updating 

If an attendee has set a profile picture but aren’t able to see it first check that you’re able to see it (it should show on their virtual name badge in the live support window). 

If you’re able to see the image it’s likely that this is a caching issue.

 

How Do I Select Answers for the Meeting Hub Profile? 

When you first sign in to the OnAIR Portal, the Event Check In window displays, where you can answer the Meeting Hub Profile Questions. To return to your profile settings, please click on your profile photo at the top right of the screen and select My Settings.

 

Clearing the Browser Cache 

1. Open the Inspect option using one of these three options: a. Right click on the page and selecting inspect. 

b. Press F12 

c. Pressing Ctrl + Shift + i. 

 

2. A window will open in your browser. Right click on the refresh button, found to the left of the URL bar. 

3. Select Empty Cache and Hard Reload. 

4. Close the Inspect Window by clicking on the X in the top right corner of the Inspect Window. 

 

When advising an attendee to clear their cache to resolve an issue, we also recommend that they log out of the portal first, then clear their cache, then close their browser, then relaunch their browser and log back in to the OnAIR portal.

 

ETSI has decided to not open the ETSI Security Week 2021 up to sponsorship.

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