- Event 5
Date: 31 Aug 2015
A no-nonsense explanation of Cyber Security. Many organisations (NGO's, Civilian Society) do not have a clue of what Cyber Security means.
- Event 12
Date: 01 Sep 2015
national campaign on use of passwords with different partners
information on the website
- Event 13
Date: 01 Sep 2015
Security consequences of privacy concepts
- Global Information Security Survey
- Announcing the new ECDL IT Security Module
Date: 29 Sep 2015
To address new threats to computer users, ECDL Foundation is announcing its newly revised IT Security module: the internationally recognised certificate in IT Security skills.
Staying safe online is a key part of digital literacy and ECDL Foundation is pleased to announce its new IT Security module. The module has been thoroughly revised by a panel of experts to provide an internationally recognised standard for knowledge and skills to stay safe online.
- The 3rd Annual European Cyber Security Conference
Date: 01 Oct 2015
Now in its first edition and attracting over 200 stakeholders each year, the European Cyber Security Conference provides a platform for a lively and interactive debate on the current and future political and technological cyber security challenges that Europe faces.
The conference will explore policy, practical and strategic actions required in order to enable citizens, businesses and nations in Europe to continue to safely enjoy the benefits that digital technologies and services deliver.
- National Cyber Security Awareness Campaign 2015
Date: 01 Oct 2015
The federal cyber emergency team, CERT.be, and the Belgian Cyber Security Coalition are organising the first national cyber security campaign in Belgium.
- Intensive Training course on Privacy and Information Security
Date: 05 Oct 2015
The privacy and security of data (or information) relating to businesses and citizens is a major issue in the Information Society. This relevance is translated not only in national law, which ensures the privacy and personal data protection, but also in EU legislation on information security. Given the urgency of this issue, European law is updated and ready to be implemented, bringing new opportunities and even new jobs to be introduced in European companies. If you want to be updated and meet the new guidelines of the European Union, do not miss this intensive course on Privacy, Personal Data and Information Security, which will include the participation of speakers nationally and internationally recognised in this matter.
- Cyber Security Conference @ Impulse.brussels
Date: 15 Oct 2015
The cluster software.brussels is happy to invite you to our conference about cybersecurity. This workshop will take place as part of the Brussels Digital Week.
9h00 – Welcome & Introduction
9h15 – The evolving face of Cyber Crime (Vincent Defrenne)
No week passes without the announcement of a new security scandal, but who are our enemies ? And what are their motives ?
We will review some of the most relevant cyber threats today and understand who should be concerned about what.
9h35 – Web Security: some food for thought – Philippe De Ryck
Building secure Web applications seems like an uphill battle, where victory does not lie with the application developer. But do you know about the most recent security technologies, that tilt the scale in our advantage? Through examples, we will discover today's best practices for building secure Web applications.
10h30 – Preparing for a security audit… or auditing yourself – Vincent Defrenne
While general consumers are increasingly attentive to the protection of their private data, corporate customers are even more demanding when it comes to security.
We will look at what are the typical topics covered by such an audit and how can you prepare and respond.
10h50 – Q&A
- KPMG study on Cyber Security Threats in Belgium
Date: 21 Oct 2015
Cyber security is a persistent business risk with an impact that can now extend from the executive board to the organization’s bottom line. The risk is constant and serious, but are Belgian firms prepared to defend against, and detect modern cyber threats? In this session, we will discuss: • The current cyber threat landscape in Belgium and globally with real world examples • The results of KPMG’s Cyber Security Study in Belgium • A look at the cloud and what it means from a risk perspective
The presenters for this session will be:
Mr. Jordan Barth, CISSP, GCFA - KPMG Belgium, Senior Cyber Security Expert within KPMG Belgium’s Information Protection Services. He leads KPMG services related to detection and incident response for cyber incidents.
Mr. Dirk Timmerman, CPA - KPMG Belgium, Certified Public Auditor and an Executive Director with KPMG IT Advisory. He has more than 30 years of experience in financial audit and over 15 years in IT Audit in Belgium.
Mr. Simon Mullis - FireEye, Global Technical Lead for Alliances with a focus on supporting and enabling FireEye's key partners. He is a regular public speaker, a recognised subject matter expert in Cyber Security.
- IPACSO Cyber Security Innovation Awards 2015
Date: 22 Oct 2015
Annual European Awards supporting innovators from across Europe, of different stages and various technologies
The Awards take place at Living Tomorrow, the innovation center presenting products and integrated solutions presenting us a view on the future way of living.