Spain

Events

ProtectIT
Date: 31 Aug 2015

Safer Internet for children and parents

ProtectIT is a training (and leisure) event where both children and parents receive security awareness education about the risks that children face on the Internet. The event consists of a safety workshop for children aged between 9-12 years and at the same time, separately a parent conference.
The children workshop is an interactive lecture where, in addition to explaining the most relevant security concepts, students are exposed, in a controlled scenario, to real Internet threats. In this way, children learn the tools and knowledge to know how to identify and avoid the main risks on Internet.
In parallel, parents attend a conference which explains and develops the problems with which the children are in the use of ICT and especially the Internet and social networks.

Event 4
Date: 31 Aug 2015

IV Spanish Cyber Security Forum

ISMS Forum Spain is a non-profit organization, founded by a group of major corporations and entities belonging to sectors such as Telecommunications, Banking, Health, Legal, Energy and Utilities to promote Information Security in Spain. The Forum in a neutral platform to discuss, collaborate, share experiences and learn. Currently, ISMS Forum Spain has more than 800 members and 120 organizations. Enclose you will find two briefings with more corporate information. Please, visit our web site www.ismsforum.es for further information.

CiberTodos
Date: 31 Aug 2015

3 annual ECSM event hosted by ISACA Madrid to raise awareness on Cyber security among Spanish society, companies and their employees.

-Awareness campaign for Public Administration and companies and organisations with strategic interest for the country
Date: 01 Oct 2015

Raising awareness on the risk derived from cyberspace among Spanish Public Administrations and companies with strategic interest for the country, on CCN-CERT website

In this campaign, the CCN will perform a large number of information and awareness raising actions, promoting a solid cybersecurity culture where all the players involved are given the necessary awareness and confidence for using cyberspace, the risks this involves as well as the tools and knowledge required to protection their information, systems and services.

Online training in Cybersecurity
Date: 01 Oct 2015

STIC Information and Communication Technology Security Course

STIC Information and Communication Technology Security Course
• PILAR Course (Using the tool / Most used functions)
• Basic Security Course. Windows environment
• Basic Security Course. Linux environment
• National Security Scheme Course (public access)
• Information System Risk Analysis and Management Course (public access)

Cybersecurity Classroom Courses
Date: 05 Oct 2015

Cybersecurity Classroom Courses for Spanish Public Administration

Having qualified personnel at all Organization levels (executives, management and implementation) is fundamental to protect systems from cyber
threats. This means that one of the National Cryptologic Centre’s main functions is training and awareness, through classroom courses and online. Classroom courses: Cryptologic Specialized Course, Accreditation STIC Course - Windows Environment and Course updating the knowledge of Windows Security (CLARA Tool)

International CyberEx
Date: 05 Oct 2015

The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE), the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Spanish National Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CNPIC) put the first edition of the International CyberEx in place. The purpose of International CyberEx is to run a cyberexercise within the Member States of the Organization of American States (OAS) that will allow the strengthening of the capacities to respond to cyber incidents, as well as improved collaboration and cooperation against such incidents. This exercise focuses directly on a technical safety profile with high expertise in the field of Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

Technical Model
The cyberexercise will be conducted in Capture The Flag (CTF) format. This format is based on a cyber security competition model and is designed to serve as a training exercise that allows providing participants with experience in monitoring intrusion and working on reaction capabilities to similar cyber attacks that happen in the real world. Jeopardy style competitions usually involve several categories of problems, each of which contains a variety of questions with different values. The teams, at an 8-hour session compete to be the first to solve the most points, but they do not directly attack each other.

Team Profile
Potential participating countries are the 34 OAS Member States and OAS observer countries that could become guests. Participation by countries (with a maximum total of 45 teams) will allow the internal configuration by each country of a team that includes professionals from various fields and strengthening collaboration between institutions. The final selection of the teams will be made by INCIBE and the OAS Cyber Security Program.

The default language for the cyberexercise will be English.

Planning
The cyberexercise will begin with an introductory meeting where the initiative will be transferred and it will allow establishing the cooperation framework, both technical and organizational between the entities. This session will take place on July 16, 2015 and on July 28, 2015.
As a preliminary step to the execution of the exercise, a doubt solving session will take place on Thursday, September 17, 2015
The exercise date will be OCTOBER, 5th 2015.

V International Congress of Industrial Cybersecurity, 6 & 7 October 2015
Date: 06 Oct 2015

This conference is part of key activity Industrial Cyber ​​Security Center (ICC), as a reference event for the market as a meeting and exchange of knowledge, experiences and relationships of all stakeholders in this area.

This fifth event will be held at the Hotel Melia Avenida de América, Madrid (Spain) on 6 and 7, October and around it a number of pre and post conference workshops that complement the topics discussed in it are organized.
Program in https://www.cci-es.org/ccicon5

Participation in SIC Trends
Date: 08 Oct 2015

Participation in Special awareness raising sessions on cybersecurity (magazine)

Participation in special awareness raising sessions on cybersecurity. CCN’s paper will focus in Malware Trends.

IV Cyber Security Forum
Date: 14 Oct 2015

Annual Cyber Security Forum organised by the Cyber Security Centre of ISMS Forum Spain.

Current challenges in the cyber security landscape. Technical advances, organisational points of frictions, regulatory changes. Latest information sharing initiatives and examples of private-public partnerships.

International CyberEx 2015 (closing session)
Date: 20 Oct 2015

The purpose of International Cyberex is to run a cyberexercise within the Member States of the Organization of American States (OAS) that will allow the strengthening of the capacities to respond to cyber incidents, as well as improved collaboration and cooperation against such incidents. This exercise focuses directly on a technical safety profile with high expertise in the field of Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

The cyberexercise will be conducted in Capture The Flag (CTF) format. This format is based on a cyber security competition model and is designed to serve as a training exercise that allows providing participants with experience in monitoring intrusion and working on reaction capabilities.

International Meeting on Information Security, 9ENISE
Date: 20 Oct 2015

The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute, INCIBE, is launching a new edition of the International Meeting on Information Security, 9ENISE, a meeting to collectively discuss the most important advances in the sector of cybersecurity. It will be held at the Parador San Marcos in the city of León, on the 20th and 21st of October, 2015.

For its ninth edition, 9ENISE will address the diverse challenges facing Cybersecurity from a multidisciplinary perspective, at a moment when society and the economy are undergoing a profound transformation.

To this end, the national meeting of Critical Infrastructure Operators will be held for the third consecutive year, in addition to the presentation of the results of the 2015 Cyberexercises, INCIBE, the Organization of American States (OAS), and the National Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CNPIC), are launching the International CyberEx. The closing session will be a seminar, taking place on the 20th of October, 2015, as part of the 9ENISE program.

Participation in conference: V Jornadas de Informática Judicial y Delitos Informáticos
Date: 21 Oct 2015

Participation in conference on Cyber Defence in the XXI century : Cybercrime , online monitoring and e- justice.

The CCN will present a paper on Cyber ​​defense and Critical Infrastructure Protection in the XXI Century

Meridian Conference Spain 2015
Date: 21 Oct 2015

Meridian Conferences are aimed at senior level government policy-makers involved in CIIP. The first conference was hosted in the UK in 2005 and the subsequent conferences held in Hungary, Sweden, Singapore, the United States of America, Taiwan, Qatar, Germany, Argentina, and the last one in Japan in 2014. The host country changes each year, and the aim is to rotate the conference to different regions to increase participation in the Meridian Community.

Meridian conference 2015
Spain is pleased to announce that Meridian Conference 2015 will be held on October 21st – 23th in Leon, Spain. This year, the theme of the conference will be CIIP Capability Development.
The main challenge is to elaborate an effective model to support cyber security and cyber resilience, based on capability development. For this reason sub-themes as Confidence Building Measures, Cyber security maturity model and Public-Private-Partnerships best practice guides will be developed and discussed in the conference.

MERIDIAN 2015, Connecting & protecting
Date: 21 Oct 2015

Participation in the Meridian Process is open to all countries/economies and is aimed at senior government policy-makers involved in CIIP-related issues. Every country/economy is invited to take part in the Meridian Process, and is encouraged to attend the annual Meridian Conference.

The Meridian Process aims to exchange ideas and initiate actions for the cooperation of governmental bodies on Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) issues globally. It explores the benefits and opportunities of cooperation between governments and provides an opportunity to share best practices from around the world.

The Meridian Process seeks to create a community of senior government policymakers in CIIP by fostering ongoing collaboration. The Meridian Process recognizes that it is only by working together that we can each advance our national CIIP goals and objectives.

protegITs - Safer Internet for children and parents
Date: 23 Oct 2015

ProtegITs is a training (and leisure) event where both children and parents receive security awareness education about the risks that children face on the Internet. The event consists of a safety workshop for children aged between 9-12 years and at the same time, separately, a parent conference.

ProtegITs is a training (and leisure) event where both children and parents receive security awareness education about the risks that children face on the Internet. The event consists of a safety workshop for children aged between 9-12 years and at the same time, separately a parent conference.

The children workshop is an interactive lecture where, in addition to explaining the most relevant security concepts, students are exposed, in a controlled scenario, to real Internet threats. In this way, children learn the tools and knowledge to know how to identify and avoid the main risks on Internet.

In parallel, parents attend a conference which explains and develops the problems with which the children are in the use of ICT and especially the Internet and social networks.

Participation in International Conference on Dual Use Technologies within the framework of RIS3 PaStrategies in Europe
Date: 27 Oct 2015

Participation in International Conference on Dual Use Technologies within the framework of RIS3 PaStrategies in Europe

The Conference is meant to become a meeting point during two days for regional, national and European Community authorities related to innovation, companies' competitiveness, defence, OEMs, SMEs and knowledge management agents for sharing common challenges, developing business opportunities and bring about lines for actions.