What are tomorrow's security threats from cyberspace - and how do researchers and companies cope?
Join us for an interesting seminar in DIKU Business Club featuring IT Security. The talk is open to all interested people.
At this meeting or
What threats - and at what level - are we to expect in the future - and how can we prepare ourselves and cope with them? We have invited a number of exciting speakers from public and private
The program will be conducted in
|15.30||Welcome and introduction by Heat of Department Mads Nielsen, DIKU|
|15.40 - 16.30||Research in IT security at DIKU|
|15.40 - 16.10||When neither Software or Hardware can be safe enough by itself.
by Associate Professor Ken Friis Larsen, DIKU
|16.10 - 16.30||Does Blockchain reduce Cybersecurity Risks in Edge Computing-Based Supply Chains?
by Assistant Professor Boris Düdder, DIKU
|16.30 - 16.45||Break|
|16.45 - 17.10||The European perspective: Thomas Jensen, Directeur de recherche INRIA, provides an insight into current research on how to connect high-level software security with more low-level security. Moreover, he will talk about the new Sparta network, one of the four European Competence Network on cyber security which has been launched in February 2019, including an intro to Sparta's IoT safety program.|
|17.10 - 17.35||The National Perspective: Christian Wernberg-Tougaard, Deloitte Cyber Risk Services: A look into the current IT risk scenario - and how Danish companies cope with it.|
|17.35 - 18.00||A business perspective: Implementing the "lessons from a Major Cyber Attack ' by Andy Powell, Chief Information Security Officer, Maersk.|
|18.00 - 18.30||How can we contribute to curbing
|18.30||DIKU Business Club will provide a light refreshment|