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November 25th, 26th and 27th. Three days of CyberSecurity convention 2020 - supported by LSEC .

Join us for the Health-CISO-discussion 

 

• Become part of the User Group and 
• Join in one or more of the inspiration sessions for Technology and Services companies or Enterprise or Government End Users;
• Launch your business ideas and use cases on Open Data initiatieves in Flanders, and receive a premium reward

Find out more about COED in our projects section, or explore the COED website. Get in touch with us about your idea and concepts at coed at lsec.eu.

  

 

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On December 2nd LSEC and KU Leuven - COSIC launch the COOCK project COED : "Computing on Encrypted Data".

The COOCK program is an initiative by VLAIO, the Flemish governmental organization that supports innovation in Flanders. After a competition in 2020, COED was selected as one of the projects to transfer this unique scientific knowledge about using cryptographic mechanisms such as Full Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) and Multi Party Computation (or Secure Multi Party Computation - MPC) for industrial and societal applications. 

The main goal of the COOCK (Collective Research and Development Knowledge Transfer) project is to achieve the launch and development of a number of innovations amongst Flemish companies  which have received inspiration, influences, information and support by the COED-project over the next three years. LSEC is reaching out to its 650+ member companies, and 15000+ end user organisations (both enterprise, industry and government) to help identifying use cases and jointly develop solutions and innovations. 

This state of the art technology is highly relevant in today's fast adoption to cloud computing, data protection (GDPR)-challenges, (public) open data opportunities and industrial data exchange ideas. It can try to answer the challenge on how to be able to do processing on data which have been encrypted in the cloud, in doing analysis over the data contents without revealing the data itself. Consider how we currently process consented personal data, which needs to remain private to the entity that obtained the consent for it, but likes to use an analytics company in the cloud to present the whereabouts of the individuals on a map - again without revealing the identity and personal data of these individuals. 
Another easier example is how to obtain the average of 10 individuals which have encypted their wages, are not able to see the wage of the other persons, but having a system that calculates the average wage of the person. 

The technologies allow for many different use cases and ideas. With COED, we provide some technologies and tools to experiment, we provide some use cases and facilities to assess which technology to use to obtain the most cost-effective results. With COED we support the innovation of our Members and key stakeholders in their challenges on tranforming digital and moving to the cloud. 

• Become part of the User Group and 
• Join in one or more of the inspiration sessions for Technology and Services companies or Enterprise or Government End Users;
• Launch your business ideas and use cases on Open Data initiatieves in Flanders, and receive a premium reward

Find out more about COED in our projects section, or explore the COED website. Get in touch with us about your idea and concepts at coed at lsec.eu.

  

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The Cybersecurity Made In Europe Label issued by LSEC with the support of ECSO is an industry-driven quality label, designed to promote European cybersecurity companies and increase their visibility on the European and on the global market. More fully:
• The Label raises awareness of the strategic value of cybersecurity companies originating in Europe and developing their business based on trusted European values.
• Become part of a catalogue of qualitative European CyberSecurity services and technology providers, clarifying your qualitative origins to the rest of the world.
• The Label increases companies’ visibility among potential business partners, end-users and cybersecurity investors.
• The Label serves as a market differentiator based on geographic location.

LSEC Members can achieve the CyberSecurity Made in Europe label for a limited period of time at preferential conditions. 

Find out more at the CyberSecurity Made In Europe, earn the quality label.

  

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Are you as a CyberSecurity technology or services provider interested in expanding your business internationally? The Global EPIC Soft-Landing Program offers companies and entrepreneurs a unique opportunity to ‘soft land’ for a trail period in the market of one of the Global EPIC ecosystems

The Global EPIC Soft Landing programme (SLP) is a worldwide collaboration between security ecosystems to co-create and adopt world-changing solutions to high-impact cybersecurity challenges, both current and emergent. It is operated by the Global Ecosystem of Ecosystems Partnership in Innovation and Cybersecurity (Global EPIC) and has been running since 2018 with currently 12 keystones taking part. The SLP aims to offer companies and entrepreneurs from the participating Global EPIC keystones a unique opportunity to ‘soft land’ for a trail period in the market of one of the other keystones.

Find out more at GlobalEPIC program

  

Thursday, 29 October 2020 05:52

CISO Roundtables 2020

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Together with our indudstry partners and members we hold on a regular basis virtual and face to face high level operations discussions, allowing executives and officers to exchange experiences, share ideas, discuss challenges, seek opportunities, or just learn from each other's actions and approaches. The discussions happen on a limited number of participants, by invitation only and aim to raise the level of awareness, interactions and feed the Information Sharing and Analysis Center activities and developments. 

If you'd like to be part of our group of experts and meet with your peers, you're invited to participate freely, by registering. One of our team members will contact you personally to discuss your key challenges and you're interests. We'll be inviting you shortly to one of our next roundtable sessions. 

If you'd like to learn about some of the previous roundtables, go to the roundtable section on the website. 

Register at : CISO and Security Executives Roundtable Sessions 

  

Tuesday, 20 October 2020 08:15

ISSE 2020 - November 17-19th, 2020

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November 17 - 19th, ISSE 2020 - Information Security Solutions Europe

With key speakers such as Kim Cameron, Bart Preneel, Hans Graux, Steve Purser, Dave Birch, ... 

Register at : https://www.isse.eu.com/

  

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December 17 - 18th, 14 -18.00h CET : CyberSecurity for Robotics Conference 2020, Cross Atlantic Community Building, connecting US and EU-based industrial and robotics cybersecurity experts. 

Following up from CSfR last year, this year's CyberSecurity for Robotics Conference will focus on bringing together experts from different countries, different stakeholders and multiple domains discussion challenges and opportunities in CyberSecurity in a fast moving domain of industrialization, automation increasingly using internet technologies, artificial intelligence in a sometimes uncontrollable way. CSfR 2020 brings together experts on Industrial CyberSecurity, looks into shared responsibilities from manufacturers up to operators, potential solutions and considerations towards the future. 

Register at : https://cybersecurityforrobotics.com/conference-csfr2020/ 

 

The other LSEC Webinar Series : 

* LSEC CyberSecurity Experts from Home : with FireEye, Mandiant, Huawei, G Data CyberDefense, ... 
* LSEC Industrial CyberSecurity Series : with Engie Cybersecurity, Mandiant, Trend Micro, Phoenix Contact, Flanders Food
* LSEC Data Protection Series & GDPR Salon : with KU Leuven, Co-Dex.eu and Isabel
* LSEC Identity & Access Management Series  : with ForgeRock, PwC, ScaledAccess, ...  

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 Session 5, June 18th, 13-14.15h CET : Fearing the Litigation Chamber - a perspective of 2 years of GDPR and European litigation, with Hielke Hijmans, Chairman of the Litigation Chamber and Director of the Belgian Data Protection Authority DPA - GBA-APD

GDPR is common knowledge good today for most people working in ICT and related, it is mandatory in cybersecurity and information security. Protecting personal data in information systems, and ensuring the privacy of the data subject have become best practice. The operational models behind, the way to master the DPO functionality, and the way in handling cookies and other components haven't yet. It is a continuous journey in discovering the grey areas and figuring out the next challenges. 

 

The other LSEC Webinar Series : 

* LSEC CyberSecurity Experts from Home : with FireEye, Mandiant, Huawei, G Data CyberDefense, ... 
* LSEC Industrial CyberSecurity Series : with Engie Cybersecurity, Mandiant, Trend Micro, Phoenix Contact, Flanders Food
* LSEC Data Protection Series & GDPR Salon : with KU Leuven, Co-Dex.eu and Isabel
* LSEC Identity & Access Management Series  : with ForgeRock, PwC, ScaledAccess, ...  

 

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