ISSE 2017 – Conference Programme

ISSE 2017 Working Programme

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Tuesday 14th November 2017
Registration Opens Coffee & Networking
Welcome and Open Plenary – The Future of Digital Security & Trust
Chair: Jon Shamah, Chair EEMA, UK
Welcome and Opening Keynote – Piet  Vandendriessche CEO Deloitte Belgium
Philippe De Backer, Belgian Secretary of State for Privacy
Olivier Dazard, Lead Customer Engineer – CSA team, SWIFT
Dave Birch, Director of Innovation, Consult Hyperion, UK: Spies, Witnesses, Whistleblowers and Masks: What should an identity infrastructure actually do?
Coffee and Networking
GDPR for CEO’s

Chair: Erik Luysterbort, EMEA Privacy Leader for Deloitte
Principals & Guidance for eIDAS Interoperability

Chair: Andrea Servida, Head of Unit “eGovernment & Trust” at DG Connect, European Commission
Mobile Identity Challenges & Solutions

Chair: Rick Chandler, Treasurer, EEMA
GDPR, privacy by design, software development and non-IT board members

Herwig Thyssens, T-Systems, Belgium
eIDAS and IAM working side by side

Marc Sel, PwC
Triangle authentication for a trusted mobile eID ecosystem

Libor Neumann, ADUCID
Can the cloud make it easier and more cost-effective to become GDPR compliant?

Johan Fontaine, PwC
Mobile based eIDAS high compliant eID in the Netherlands

Boris Goranov, ubiqu
Identity Ecosystem design challenges

Wim Coulier, Belgian Mobile ID
Lunch & Networking

Chair: Jos Dumortier, Partner, time.lex
Ronny Bjones, Director Cloud Identity & Privacy Services, Microsoft Engineering (Cloud & Enterprise) Innovations in Cloud Identity
Jana Krimpe, Founder & CEO B.EST Solutions
Mobile identity – secure key to the Digital Trade Hub & trusted e-services
Nurettin Erginöz, Security Architect, ATAR Labs
Coffee and Networking
Banking & Finance – IAM & KYC Challenges

Chair: Lorraine Spector, Board Director for Strategy & Business Planning, EEMA
Blockchain identity & security management

Chair: Jean-Luc Verheist, Member of the Deloitte BlockChain Centre of Excellence


Research & Innovation in Cybersecurity for SME’s
andDevice Centric Authentication for IAM

Chair: Eda Aygen, Head of Communications & Advisor to Secretary General ECSO
Global Alliance for National Mobile Identities (GANMI)
(Closed session by invitation only)

Chair: Jon Shamah, Chair EEMA/Jana Krimpe, CEO B.EST Solutions
Jacoba Sieders, Head of Identity & Access Management, ABN AMRO


Ensuring longevity of electronically signed documents

John Erik Setsaas, Signicat is the H2020 project that monitors R&I projects/initiatives in the field of cybersecurity on National and European levels. It will also offer services for SMEs GANMI will comprise only of state operators of mobile eIDs or mobile signatures and will have the aim of converging the standards (if any) applicable to this domain, in order to promote global interoperability and extend supplier choice.
Digital Customer Onboarding: security as enabler of the customer experience

Josje Fiolet
Digital Customer Onboarding Expert, INNOPAY
Blockchains and identity management

Jim Dray, US NIST
KONFIDO project Secure and trusted paradigm for interoperability eHealth Services

Paolo Campegiani, Innovation Strategist, Bit4iD
Coffee and Networking
Round Table Sessions

Back by popular demand: the session where you get to set the Agenda.This is open for all delegates, speaker and exhibitors to attend. The open Roundtable sessions will combine learning and knowledge sharing on any topics that you miss in the programme. If there are any subjects that you wish to elaborate on and discuss with your peers and professionals then this is your chance! Ensure the conference fulfils your requirements and shape the content for everybody. We will be looking to select the 6 topics that receive the most votes on the day.
Drinks Reception

Wednesday 15th November 2017
Coffee & Networking
09.30 – 11.00
Opening Keynotes

Markus Kaiser, Managing Director, Federal Computing Centre of Austria (BRZ)
Jakub Boratyński,
Head of Cybersecurity & Digital Privacy Unit, DG Connect, The Proposed Certification Regulation
Jakub Boratyński, Head of Cybersecurity & Digital Privacy Unit, DG Connect
The proposed certification regulation
Prof, Audun Jøsang. Head of Cybersecurity Unit, University of Oslo
Cybersecurity in the boardroom
Chair: Jan VanHaecht, Director Identity & Access Management / Application Protection, Risk Advisory, Deloitte
11.00 – 11.30
Coffee and Networking
11.30 – 12.30
Cyber Security Forensics for CIOs

Chair: Chris Verdonck EMEA Cyber leader for Deloitte
IOT Legal Framework Challenges

Chair: Tony Fish, AMF Ventures
Workshop EU Projects 1

Chair: Rachele Sellung University of Stuttgart

TREDISEC: how to reconcile cloud efficiency with security
Chair: Elena González, Atos
Forensics readiness: digital forensics for CIOs

Alessandro Guarino, Studio AG
Internet of Things: legal challenges

Eleanna Kafeza, Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, UAE
LIGHTest: Mixing old and new in the LIGHTest project: how can the Domain Name System support current day identification and trust services?

Hans Graux, ICT Lawyer, time.lex
Heiko Roßnagel, Fraunhofer IAO

INNOVATION: TREDISEC innovations & results

Elena González (Atos)

PRACTICAL. Demo of results in some representative use case scenarios

Jose Fran Ruiz, Senior Cybersecurity Consultant & Technical Project Manager, ATOS
Andreas Fischer, SAP
Expanding cyber security management for critical infrastructure

Andrew Hutchison, T-Systems, Telekom Security
Demystifying IoT Security

Nishant Agarwala, Adobe Systems
EXPLOITATION. Business cases and market alignment.

David Vallejo, Arsys Internet S.L.
12.30 – 13.30
Lunch & Networking
13.30 – 14.30

Quantum Cryptography

Chair: Stuart McRae, Executive Collaboration & Talent Evangelist, IBM Social Business Unit
The Dark Web: Creating Risk or Enabling Reward

Chair: Ulrich Seldeslachts, LSEC


Workshop EU Projects 3

Chair: Jon Shamah, Chair EEMA

Workshop EU Projects 4

Chair: Dan Cimpean, Deloitte

Sooner than you think – the coming quantum threat

Mike Brown, ISARA Corporation
Organized crime (OC) and terrorist networks (TN) are major threats for the European Union and its population. The analysis and understanding of Darknets, the Deepweb and Crypto currencies today are essential to the understanding of criminal behaviour. Which specific components do investigators need to look for, what information should be notified to others, prior, during and beyond investigations? RECRED: from real world identities to privacy preserving and attribute-based CREDentials

Bharadwaj Pulugundla, Verizon
WITDOM: you are outsourcing your data to the cloud, is it efficiently protected?

Nuria Ituarte Aranda, ATOS Research & Innovation

Quantum crypto – status on quantum crypto & computing

Thomas Pedersen, Cryptomathic
Christiaan Beek, Lead Scientist & Principal Engineer, Mcafee
David Wall, Professor of Criminology, Centre for Criminal Justice, University of Leeds
Matteo Bonfanti, Senior Research, Centre for Security Studies, ETH Switzerland
Ralf Benzmüller, Head of Securitylabs G DATA Software AG

Applications and Pilots in FutureTrust

Carl-Markus Piswanger, BRZ
CASPAR: a case study for enabling cross-border mobile qualified electronic signatures with the national eID card, based on the eIDAS regulation

Sven Kloppenburg, AUTHADA GmbH
Coffee & Networking
Closing Plenary:

The Cryptographic Year in Perspective

Bart Preneel, Professor KU Leuven, Begium
Chair: Roger Dean, Director, Special Projects, EEMA, UK
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