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Impact of Covid-19 on Cybersecurity: national review and associated challenges

The University of Luxembourg and the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) have the pleasure to invite you to the sixth edition of the Information Security Education Day (ISED). ISED provides an ideal forum where academics and practitioners can learn about the different facets of a key-topic, exchange ideas and compare experiences. This year, ISED will focus on the impact of Covid-19 on cybersecurity.


09:00 - Welcome and opening

Yves le Traon, Professor, University of Luxembourg

Nicolas Mayer, Senior R&T Associate at IT for Innovative Services (ITIS), LIST


09:15 - Playing with Lives: cyberattacks on healthcare are attacks on People, by Stéphane Duguin, Chief Executive Officer, CyberPeace Institute

09:45 - Disinformation during a pandemic, lessons learnt from the MISP Covid-19 community, by Alexandre Dulaunoy, Security Researcher, CIRCL

10:15 - Coffee break

10:30 - Best practices applied for continuity and resilience: what went smooth, by Werner Ansorge, Business Continuity Manager, Proximus / Head of the BCM working group, CLUSIL

11:00 - Panel discussion: Digital transformation due to Covid: how security is addressed?, with Stéphane Bianchin (CISO, Raiffeisen), Eric Bedell (Chief Privacy Officer, Franklin Templeton), Cécile Gellenoncourt (Service Line Head Supervision of Information systems and Support PFS, CSSF), moderated by Pascal Steichen (CEO, SECURITYMADEIN.LU) 

12:15 - Closing


Practical information

Date: 21 May 2021

Time: 09:00-12:30
Place: online via webex

Fee: Free
Registration: please register via this link before 19 May 2021


Further information: https://ised.uni.lu 


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