2nd ENISA National Cyber Security Strategies workshop

ENISA is pleased to announce the 2nd workshop on National Cyber Security Strategies.

What
  • cyber security strategies
When 2015-05-13
from 09:00 to 17:00
Where Radisson Blu Ridzene Hotel, Riga Latvia
Contact Name Anna Sarri
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The 2nd ENISA workshop on National Cyber Security strategies will take place in Riga, during the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. This event will focus mostly on the specific topics included in the national strategies like CERTs, CIIP, collaboration and education.

The main topic of this workshop and discussions will be the status of cyber security (through the strategies) in the European Union; the best practices and lessons learned, education and capacity building on cyber security and policy making are some of the topics that will be discussed during the panels and the presentations.

The event is targeted to stakeholders who are involved in the whole process of designing a national cyber security strategy, from the governmental agencies as well as from the industry an academia.  

 

Venue:  Radisson Blu Ridzene Hotel
Reimersa street 1, Riga, LV-1050, Latvia http://www.radissonblu.com/ridzenehotel-riga


Agenda

8:45-9:00Welcome Coffee
9:00-9:10

Welcoming remarks

Mr. Jānis SĀRTS, State Secretary, Ministry of Defence
9:10-9:20

Introductory presentation by ENISA

Dr. Evangelos Ouzounis, Head of Critical Infrastructures and Services

Session 1

Status of Cyber Security in the EU

9:20 – 9:30

Introductory presentation on Latvian Cyber Security policy and Digital priority of the Latvian Presidency:

Ms. Ieva Kupce, Head of National Cyber Security Policy Coordination Section, Ministry of Defence

9:30 – 9:50

Cyber Security Strategy in the Netherlands,

Mr. Michel van Leeuwen, Head of Cyber Security Policy, Ministry of Security and Justice NL

9:50 – 10:10

Cyber Security Strategy in Sweden- Work in progress,

Mr. Peter Wallstrom, PTS

10:10-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 -10:50

Cyber Security Strategy in Denmark – Just launched,

Mr. Tobias Liebetrau, Center for Cyber Security DK

10:50- 11:10

Cyber Security Strategy in Cyprus, Mr. Antonis Antoniades,

Senior Officer of Technical Affairs, Electronic Communications and Postal Regulation CY      

11:10 -11:30

Cyber Security Strategic Level Landscape in Poland,

Mr. Krzysztof Silicki

11:30 -12:30

Panel discussion on best practices and lessons learnt, session speakers

Moderator: Dr. Evangelos Ouzounis, Head of Secure Infrastructures and Services Unit, ENISA

12:30- 13:30

Lunch Break

Session 2

Capabilities building and Education on Cyber Security

13:30- 13:45

Cyber Security in Education in Greece,  Prof. Sokratis Katsikas, University of Piraeus, GR

13:45-14:00

NATO CCD COE experience in NCSS and organisational research, Ms. Kadri Kaska, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence

14:00-14:45

Panel on capabilities building and education in NCSS

Moderator: Ms. Dimitra Liveri, Security and Resilience of Com. networks Officer, ENISA

Panellists:

-         Prof. Sokratis Katsikas, University of Piraeus, GR
-         Ms. Ilze Murane, IS Security lecturer, Faculty of Computing, University of Latvia
-         Ms. Sintija Deruma, MBA in Cybersecurity Management programme director of BA School of Business & finance, LV

-         Mr. Toomas Lepik, Research fellow, Centre for Digital Forensics and Cyber Security, Tallinn  University, EE
-         Ms. Kadri Kaska, NATO Coopoerative Cyber Defence Center of Excellence

14:45-15:00 Coffee Break

Session 3

Responsible Disclosure

15:00 -15:15

Presentation on Responsible Disclosure by Mr Varis Teivans, dpt Head of CERT.LV, Latvia

15:15 -15:30

NL experience on implementing RD policy by Mr David Willems,

dpt Manager, Monitoring and Response, The National Cyber Security Centre, NL

15:30 -15:45

Microsoft’s Coordinated Vulnerability Policy by Ms Angela McKay,

Director of Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy in the Global Security Strategy and Diplomacy, Microsoft

15:45- 16:00

Symantec’s experience and policy recommendations on responsible disclosure by Mr Zoltán Précsényi,

Senior Manager Government Affairs EMEA, Symantec

16:00 -16:45

Panel discussion on RD,

Moderator: Mr Reinis Zitmanis, Digital Champion of Latvia

Panellists:

-          Mr David Willems, NL National Cyber Security Centre  

-          Mr Varis Teivāns, Deputy Head of CERT.LV

-          Ms Angela McKay, Microsoft

-          Mr Edgars Znots, Swedbank

-          Mr Agris Krusts, IT centre, Ethical hacker

16:45 -17:00

Main conclusions and closing of the event


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Registration is now closed

Practical information

 

This event is organised back to back with the 10th CERT workshop in Riga.

 

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