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12-13 May 2022 | Cyber Security Nordic 2022

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12th May

Opening: 9.15 -9.25 Cyber Security Awards. 10 min

Hosted by: Jussi-Pekka Rantanen

Stage | Cyber Security Stage One


Theme | Politics of Cyber 


09.25-10.10 KEYNOTE: The Art of Cyber Crisis Management 

There are three things that everyone should accept. One – You will get hacked. Two – you are probably not ready. Three – Being ready makes a huge difference. Over the years, companies have become great in “Prevention”, and great in “Detection”. Yet, as many famous incidents have shown - organizations are far from being ready with their “Response” controls. It sometimes seems like even leading multinational enterprises make every possible mistake in the crisis management process. Times and again we see that a proper management of a crisis can significantly reduce the damage experienced by a company. The challenge is that building an effective cyber crisis management is a multidisciplinary challenge that combines activities in many domains (Security, Business, Legal, PR, Insurance, and others). In this talk we’ll learn from others’ mistakes and dive into the art of cyber crisis management.

  • Menny Barzilay, Cyber Security Expert and Strategic Advisor, CEO of Cytactic 

10.10-10.55 Holy Trinity of cyber: security, economy, development

  • Jarmo Sareva, Ambassador, Cyber Affairs,  The Ministry for Foreign Affairs 

10.55-11.25 How China takes advantage of corona in information warfare 

  • Matti Nojonen, Professor of Chinese Culture and Society, University of Lapland 

11.30-13.00 High level panel discussion – Cyber conflict resolution approaches

  • Dr Eneken Tikk, Executive Producer, Cyber Policy Institute
  • Dr Janne Taalas, Chief Executive Officer, CMI – Martti Ahtisaari Peace Foundation
  • Abdul-Hakeem Ajijola, Chair of the African Union Cyber Security Expert Group (AUCSEG)
  • Wiktor Staniecki, Head of Cyber Sector, Security Policy Division, European External Action Service
  • Paolo Palumbo, Vice President, Tactical Defense Unit at WithSecure™
  • H.E. Mr Jarmo Sareva, Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland

13.00-13.30 Break 


Theme | Economy of Cyber 


13.30-14.00 KEYNOTE: Industrial Cybersecurity: From the field to the boardroom – what a journey! 

  • Samuel Linares, Global & Europe Industry Security Lead, Accenture 

14.00 -14.45 KEYNOTE: The Transformation of Security in the Digital Era: Are liberal democracies prepared?

  • Toomas Hendrik Ilves, politician, former president of Estonia.

14.45-15.30 Break 

15.30-16.00 KEYNOTE: How multi-stakeholder dialogue can influence cyber peace and what is the next chapter of cyber diplomacy?

Kaja Ciglic will address the evolving threat posed by state-sponsored cyberattacks, their impact on business and society and government’s role in addressing this pressing issue. How multi-stakeholder dialogue can influence cyber peace and what is the next chapter of cyber diplomacy?

  • Kaja Ciglic, Senior Director, Microsoft

16.00-16.30 KEYNOTE: Security and Privacy in IOT- enabled Smart Cities 

  • Marja Dunderfelt, Cyber Security & Privacy Officer, Huawei Technologies 

16.30 Conclusion


Stage | Cyber Security Gold Stage

11.30-11.45 Your Cyber Intelligence – DarkSoc as a service

  • Aapo Cederberg, CEO of Cyberwatch Finland

12.00-12.15 How to improve security posture with Automation and Orchestration with modern SIEM, SOAR and UEBA platform

  • Rami Rauanmaa, Senior Sales Engineer, Logpoint

12.30-12.45  The Evolution of Software Supply Chain Attacks

Next-generation cyber-attacks, actively targeting open source software projects, have increased 430% year-over-year. Most recently, the Dependency Confusion attack and the Log4j vulnerability. Malicious hackers are becoming increasingly adept at attacking the underbelly of the Software Supply Chain. To cause the most damage whilst remaining undetected, hackers are rapidly evolving their attack methods. Over the past years, we’ve documented multiple forms of Open Source Software (OSS) Supply Chain attacks including malicious code injection, stealing project credentials, and typosquatting. Join Mitun Zavery as he walks you through how hackers are becoming increasingly successful at breaching Software Supply Chains and what you can do about it.

  • Mitun Zavery, Regional Vice President, Sales Engineering EMEA, Sonatype

13.45-14.00 Cyber Security and Management Responsibility

During the presentation following topics will be discussed: Responsibilities in relation to Cyber Security, Who is responsible for taking care of the Cyber Security of a company? What is management’s role in Cyber Security? What are the potential consequences if the security is breached? How to assess and manage risks proactively?

  • Kaj Aaltonen, Attorney-at-law and Partner, Focuslaw

14.15-14.30 External Attack Surface & Risk Management; How offense becomes the best form of defence

  • Guy Maor, Senior Director, EMEA Sales, Cycognito

14.45-15.00 Helping to lower the barrier for women

Many studies have shown that gender diverse teams are more productive, smarter thus performing better. But how can we close the gender gap -a known challenge in the cybersecurity industry.

  • Noora Hammar, Founder & Chairwoman, Women4Cyber Finland ​

15.15-15.30 Cyber Resilience

  • Jari Mielonen, Executive Vice President, Insta Group, Chairman of the Board, FISC

15.45-16.00 Threat detection and response for hybrid enterprise and modern SOC

  • Teppo Halonen – Regional Director Northern Europe – Vectra AI, Inc.

13th May

Opening: 09.00-09.05

Hosted by: Menny Barzilay

Stage | Cyber Security Stage One


Theme | Reality of Cyber


09.05-09.35 #STRATEGIA22 – The STRATEGY22. Project explored how digital strategies and digital security are taken into account in companies’ strategies

  • Tuomo Haukkovaara, National Emergency Supply Agency, Chairman of the Digipool, Chairman of the Board and General Manager IBM Finland 

09.40-10.25 KEYNOTE:  Not all cybercriminals are evil geniuses 

  • Graham Cluley, public speaker, podcaster and independent cybersecurity analyst, remote  

10.25-11.30 Break 

11.30-12.15 Case Finland – lessons learned from latest global #cyberthreats

  • Moderator: Kimmo Rousku, General Secretary, Finnish Digital Agency
  • Ari Uusikartano, Deputy Director General, Head of Information and Documentation Sector, CIO, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland,
  • Jarno Limnéll, Professor of Practice, Cybersecurity, Aalto University
  • Arttu Lehmuskallio, Head of Incident Management, National Cyber Security Centre, Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom

12.15-14.30 Break 


Theme | Future of Cyber


14.30-15.00 KEYNOTE: Project 2030: Scenarios for the Future of Cybercrime 

  • Rik Ferguson, Vice President of Security Research,  TrendMicro 

15.00-15.30 KEYNOTE: The Waves of The Internet Revolution 

  • Mikko Hyppönen, Chief Research Officer,  WithSecure 

15.30-16.00 Cybersecurity Challenges and Opportunities – discussion 

  • Rik Ferguson, Vice President of Security Research,  TrendMicro
  • Mikko Hyppönen, Chief Research Officer,  WithSecure, feat. Menny Barzilay 

16.00 Conclusion 


Stage | Cyber Security Gold Stage


10.30-10.45 5 advises to secure your industrial systems ​ 

  • Didier Appell, Head of OT/IoT Cybersecurity, Capgemini ​

10.45-11.00  The Future of Security Operations  

What should organizations expect from their security operations in the next five years or so? Jan will share some thoughts on the future of security operations from a business owner’s perspective, focusing on how cybersecurity organizations should demonstrate their value creation to businesses and live up to the promises they make. This involves tons of technical stuff but even more strategy, culture, and attitude.

  • Jan Mickos, Business Area Lead, Managed Services,  Nixu Corporation ​

11.00-11.15 What to do when you are hacked? ​ 

Security incidents can happen without a warning and remain undetected. The better prepared you are, the bigger the likelihood that you can prevent serious damage. After this presentation, you’ll know the specific and necessary steps you can take in the planning phase, during attacks and in the post-production phase!

  • Henning Gaalaas, International Sales Director, Sorasec ​

11.30-12.00  Helsinki Digital Act 2025

  • D.Jur. Eneken Tikk, Executive Producer Cyber Policy Institute 

13.00-13.15  Fast and Furious Attacks: Using AI to Surgically Respond

  • Feruz Semere, Regional Director, Nordics, Darktrace ​

13.15-13.30  Shaping current digital security policy agenda

  • Peter Sund, Chief Executive Officer, FISC

13.30-13.45 Emerging Cyber Threats that Actually Affect Your Business ​ 

  • Tomi Liesimaa, Director, Service Development – Cyber Security Solutions, Cinia ​

14.00-14.30 Google Cloud Cyber Security and Digital Sovereignty approach

  • Thiébaut Meyer, Director, Office of the CISO 

14.30-15.00 Ihmisen rooli kyberturvallisuudessa

  • Petteri Korsow, Avarn Security, Kauppakamarin ohjelmaa (recording in Finnish)

Keynote: biography

Samuel Linares is Managing Director, Global & Europe Industry X and Renewables Security Lead at Accenture, Independent Evaluator at European Commission and CIIP Expert at ENISA (European Union Agency for Cybersecurity).

With more than 25 years of security, system integration and multinational and multicultural projects management experience, he has been promoting the “Industrial Cybersecurity” concept for the last 15 years, and participating as project leader, speaker, chairman and teacher in more than 50 countries all over the world.

Samuel is the founder and former Director of the Industrial Cybersecurity Center, and was Senior Lead Technologist for Industrial Cybersecurity in Booz Allen Hamilton 

Menny Barzilay is an internationally known cyber security expert and entrepreneur. He is a strategic advisor to leading enterprises around the world, as well as States and Governments and sits on the advisory board of several startup companies.

Menny co-founded several companies, including Cytactic, FortyTwo Global and FortyTwo Labs (R&D center India).Additionally, he is the CTO of the Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center at Tel-Aviv University.

Menny is also the founder of THINK:CYBER, a successful cyber security newsletter with subscribers from all around the world. Mennyis a former CISO in the intelligence services of the Israeli Defense Forces (Capt.Res.) and held several tech-related managerial positions in the largest Israeli banking group.

He is a member of the International Cyber Security Conference organizers team and co-founded both the Israeli hacking challenge and B-SIDES TLV. Menny also leads an esteemed community of Israeli cyber security experts and he is a member of the ISACA Cyber Security Subcommittee.

Kaja Ciglic leads Microsoft’s work on digital peace, focusing on encouraging international peace and stability online. Previously, she worked on the company’s international cybersecurity policy work. Before joining Microsoft, Kaja led the APCO Worldwide’s technology practice in Seattle, and worked as a director in APCO Worldwide’s Brussels office. 

She holds a BSC in international relations and history, and a MSC in European politics, both from the London School of Economics. 

Graham Cluley is an award-winning independent security blogger, researcher, podcaster, and public speaker. He has been a well-known figure in the computer security industry since the early 1990s when he worked as a programmer, writing the first ever version of Dr Solomon’s Anti-Virus Toolkit for Windows.

Since then he has been employed in senior roles by companies such as Sophos and McAfee. Graham Cluley has given talks about computer security for some of the world’s largest companies, worked with law enforcement agencies on investigations into hackinggroups, and regularly appears on TV and radio explaining computer security threats.

Graham Cluley was inducted into the InfoSecurity Europe Hall of Fame in 2011, and his claim to fame is that he is the originator of the saying that “the cloud is just someone else’s computer” (but he hasn’t managed to make any money out of it)

Rik Ferguson, Vice President Security Research at Trend Micro, is one of theleading experts in information security. He is also a Special Advisor to Europol EC3, and a project leader with the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA). In April 2011 Rik was inducted into the Infosecurity Hall of Fame. As a presenter at global industry events such as RSA, Mobile World Congress, Virus Bulletin, RUSI and the e-Crime Congress, Rik addresses the challenges posed by emerging technology and online crime.

He is frequently interviewed by the BBC,CNN, CNBC, Channel 4, Sky News and Al-Jazeera English and is quoted by national newspapers and trade publications throughout the world.

As a lead spokesperson for Trend Micro, Rik is actively engaged in research into online threats and the underground economy. He also researches the wider implications of new developments in the Information Technology arena and their impact on security both for consumers and in the enterprise.

With almost twenty-five yearsexperience in information security, Rik has been with Trend Micro since 2007. Prior to assuming his current role he served as Security Infrastructure Specialist at EDS where he led the security design work for government projects related to justice and law enforcement and as Senior Product Engineer at McAfee focused on network security, intrusion prevention, encryption and content filtering. Rik Ferguson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wales and is a Certified Ethical Hacker. 

Mikko Hyppönen is a worldwide authority on computer security and the Chief Research Officer of WithSecure. He has written on his research for the New York Times, Wired and Scientific American and lectured at the universities of Oxford, Stanford and Cambridge. He sits in the advisory boards of EUROPOL and the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

Toomas Hendrik Ilves / Coming

Marja Dunderfelt / Coming