ECSM Partners Face to Face Meeting
Date: 04 May 2016

National coordinators from across Europe gathered in Brussels on the 4th May in preparation for the launch of this year’s European Cyber Security Month. The meeting focused on finalizing this year’s weekly cyber security themes and the corresponding activities that will take place during the four weeks of October, as well as organization the kick-off event that will take place in Brussels on the 30th of September at the premises of the European Banking Federation (EBF).

ECSM Kick-off Event
Date: 30 Sep 2016

The European Union’s Network & Information Security Agency (ENISA), together with its partners the European Banking Federation (EBF) and Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), will hold European Cyber Security Month kick-off event.

The final agenda is available here -

Preparations for the fourth ECSM started in earnest with collaboration being forged between the European Banking Federation (EBF), Europol EC3 and ENISA for this year’s Cyber Security Month kick-off event. The events session will include three discussion panels with specialists from public and private sectors as well as academia, introducing the four selected themes of the ECSM 2016 edition:

  • Security in Banking
  • Cyber Safety
  • Cyber Security Training
  • Mobile Malware

 The event will be an excellent opportunity for all actors in cyber security to interact and discuss together matters of common interest.

*Please note this is a by invitation only event


Cyber Security is a Shared Responsibility

European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) is an EU advocacy campaign that promotes cyber security among citizens and advocates for change in the perception of cyber-threats by promoting data and information security, education, sharing of good practices and competitions. The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA), the European Commission DG CONNECT and Partners are deploying the European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) every October.

 The objectives of the European Cyber Security Month are:

• generate general awareness about cyber security, which is one of the priorities identified in the EU Cyber Security Strategy;

• generate specific awareness on Network and Information Security (NIS), which is addressed in the proposed NIS Directive;

• promote safer use of the internet for all users;

• build a strong track record to raise awareness through the ECSM;

• involve relevant stakeholders;

• increase national media interest through the European and global dimension of the project;

• enhance attention and interest with regard to information security through political and media coordination.

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Twitter: @CyberSecMonth <> 





NRB Security Day 2016
Date: 13 Oct 2016

Join the NRB security day and find out how to combine robust data protection and business agility.

With cyber security breaches frequently making front page news and new regulations such as the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) looming, effective information security management has become one of the most important challenges companies are facing today.

In today’s hyper connected world, data, information and insights have become key assets. Any security breach, loss or corruption of data can seriously damage or even be fatal for many of them. But how can you set up solid information security management systems without turning your organization into a hermetically sealed fortress that has lost the flexibility, speed and interaction that are so vital to survive in current fast moving competitive environments?

NRB proposes to look into this dilemma together with you. We invite you participate to the NRB Security Dayduring which we brainstorm together with internationally renowned experts in the security field. We will look into best practices for proactively preparing your company to the GDPR. And we will take away the lessons learned from concrete projects realised by NRB customers on their implementation of an Information Security Management System. And last but not least we will have your personal security reflexes challenged by a special guest. Special dress code: armour and vigilance!

Securing the Digital Single Market: A Hands-On View of State-of-the-Art-Cybersecurity
Date: 19 Oct 2016

breakfast roundtable on cybersecurity - to register please email

The main aim of this event is to discuss the evolving threat landscape and how policy can help companies and other stakeholders to manage and mitigate their cybersecurity risks and develop and implement cybersecurity best practices.

Proximus Cyber Security Convention
Date: 20 Oct 2016

Discover how CISO’s from different industries look at security, learn from CERT.EU and much more during the plenary session Set your own afternoon program with several workshops Let yourself be inspired in the partner zone with stands and demos Exchange experiences with security experts and suppliers.

In the morning you will discover the major trends and challenges in terms of security. Experts will share the latest news concerning threats, best practices and much more.
In the afternoon, you can choose from several workshops providing you an answer to the various security challenges you face. The Proximus Cyber Security Convention is an ideal opportunity for exchanging ideas with security experts from different sectors and networking with security vendors.

Digitising the European industry: Cybersecurity challenges
Date: 25 Oct 2016

The Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 19 July 2016 and it represents one of the main steps towards the creation of a pan-European digital market along with the launch of the Digital Single Market strategy and the Data Protection reform. While digital technologies allow companies to operate in a more efficient way, reduce their costs and exploit new market opportunities, they also expose them more to cybersecurity threats.

Evening of discussion on the cybersecurity challenges of the European industry digitisation process with:
- Mr Pierre Chastanet, Deputy Head of Unit, European Commission, Cybersecurity & Digital Privacy Unit,
- Mr Robert Dehm, Attaché, Information Society and Telecommunications, Permanent Representation of Germany to the EU
- Mr Pascal Rogard, Attaché, Telecommunications and Information Society, Permanent Representation of France to the EU
- Mr Andrey Suvorov, Head of Critical Infrastructure Protection Business Development, Kaspersky Lab.

The debate will be moderated by Per Stromback, Editor at

Cyber Security
Date: 07 Nov 2016

This year INsig2 LawTech Europe Congress is again taking place in Brussels, 7-8 November. Congress sessions are relevant to your organization members as they include but are not limited to the topics listed below. • New General Data Protection Rules • New TAR (Technology Assisted Review) Rulings in English and Irish Courts • Forensics Strategies & Cyber Security Vulnerability Issues • Competition Law • Artificial Intelligence (AI) • Digital Fraud Forensics • Data Analytics • Digital Forensics • Cyber Security

INsig2 LTEC’s mission is to create a cutting edge forum that addresses four core areas; digital evidence, forensic investigations, data analytics, and cybersecurity. These disciplines are at the forefront of organisational thinking. INsig2 LTEC’s guiding philosophy is to embrace solutions to empower corporations, law firms, and government institutions to limit the potential exposure to legal, financial, and reputational risks and to increase overall competence around these areas.