Cybersecurity day 2017 2017-12-14T10:28:08+00:00

cybersecurityday

December 19, 2017

Presentations and workshops will be in French or in English depending on the speaker.

08:30 – 09:00
Welcome coffee
09:00 – 10:30
Plenary session
Plenary conference
10:30 – 11:00
Break & Exhibition
11:00 – 12:00
Workshops
12:00 – 12:45
Conclusion
12:45 – 15:00
Lunch & Exhibition

09:00 – 10:30

Plenary session

With:

Fathi Derder, National Councillor

Fathi Derder (47 ans) est conseiller national depuis 2011. Membre de la Commission de la science, de l’éducation et de la culture, il publie en 2015 « Le prochain Google sera suisse » aux éditions Slatkine. Journaliste, Fathi Derder est rédacteur en chef et administrateur délégué de l’Agefi, quotidien économique et financer suisse. Il siège au comité de digitalswitzerland, préside la Fondation « Zukunftsfonds Schweiz » ainsi que l’association Le Réseau, un groupe de start-up, d’entreprises et de Hautes Ecoles suisses engagées pour l’entrepreneuriat et l’innovation. Avant de diriger l’Agefi, Fathi Derder fut notamment rédacteur en chef adjoint à la Radio suisse romande, rédacteur en chef de La Télé, et chroniqueur dans de nombreux journaux dont 24 Heures, Le Matin, et Le Temps.

Martin Vetterli, EPFL President

Martin Vetterli received the Dipl. El.-Ing. degree from Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETHZ) in 1981, the Master of Science degree from Stanford University in 1982, and the Doctorat ès Sciences degree from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in 1986.

After his dissertation, he was an Assistant and Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering at Columbia University in New York, and in 1993, he became an Associate and then Full Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California at Berkeley. In 1995, he joined the EPFL as a Full Professor. He held several positions at EPFL, including Chair of Communication Systems and founding director of the National Competence Center in Research on Mobile Information and Communication systems (NCCR-MICS). From 2004 to 2011 he was Vice President of EPFL for international affairs, and from 2011 to 2012, he was the Dean of the School of Computer and Communications Sciences. From 2013 to 2016 he was President of the National Research Council of the Swiss National Science Foundation and since January 2017 he is President of EPFL.

Sources: http://lcav.epfl.ch/martin.vetterli/biography

Guy Parmelin, Federal Councillor, Department of Defence, Civil Protection and Sport  DDPS

Guy Parmelin obtient une maturité gymnasiale à Lausanne en 1977. Il fait ensuite un apprentissage d’agriculteur en passant une année en Suisse alémanique dans une ferme d’Altavilla près de Morat et est diplômé de l’école de Marcelin à Morges en 1979. Associé à son père puis à son frère, il exploite un domaine agricole et viticole dans le village de Bursins dont il est originaire. Il obtient une maîtrise agricole avec viticulture en 19852,3,4.

Il entre en politique en 1993 en devenant membre du conseil général de Bursins2. Il est ensuite député au Grand Conseil du canton de Vaud de 1994 à 2003, puis président de 2000 à 2004 de l’UDC du canton de Vaud.

Il est élu au Conseil national comme représentant du canton de Vaud en décembre 20035 et réélu en octobre 20076, en 2011 et en 20157. Il est notamment membre de la commission de la sécurité sociale et de la santé publique du Conseil national, qu’il préside de 2013 à 20158.

En 2015, Guy Parmelin est choisi par son parti comme candidat à la succession d’Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf au Conseil fédéral en compagnie du Zougois Thomas Aeschi et du Tessinois Norman Gobbi7Il est élu le 9 décembre 2015 au 3e tour avec 138 voix sur 243 pour une majorité absolue à 119 voix9, et prend ses fonctions le  comme chef du Département fédéral de la défense, de la protection de la population et des sports.

Nuria Gorrite, Vaud State Councillor, Head of Infrastructures and Human Resources Department

Après avoir suivi des études en Faculté des Lettres (Université de Lausanne), elle devient conservatrice du musée Alexis Forel à Morges. Elle se lance à 22 ans dans la politique locale et est élue conseillère communale en 1993 sur la liste du Parti socialiste, puis municipale en 2000. Début 2008 elle est élue syndique de la ville de Morges à la suite de l’élection d’Éric Voruz au Conseil National. Elle sera réélue à cette fonction en 2011.

En 2007, elle est élue députée au Grand Conseil du canton de Vaud. Le 1er avril 2012, elle est élue au second tour au Conseil d’État où elle reprend le département des infrastructures et des ressources humaines dès le 1er juillet 2012. Elle est réélue en 2017 pour une nouvelle législature au sein du gouvernement du canton de Vaud. Le jeudi 15 juin, elle est élue à la présidence de l’exécutif vaudois et succède donc à son collègue de parti Pierre-Yves Maillard.

Elle devient ainsi la première femme à occuper ce poste. Lors de sa prise de fonction elle indique: » Faisons preuve de probité dans l’exercice de nos responsabilités, sachons sortir de notre confortable quant à soi et ouvrons le dialogue plus largement.

André Kudelski, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Nagra Kudelski Group

Born on May 26, 1960 in Lausanne, Mr André Kudelski is a Swiss engineer, who is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of the Kudelski Group. Mr André Kudelski obtained a degree in physical engineering from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland) in 1984.

Mr. André Kudelski began his career in 1984 as a Research & Development (R&D) engineer with Kudelski SA. In 1986, after an assignment for a few months in Silicon Valley, he returned to work in the family business firstly as Pay TV Product Manager, then as Director of Nagravision SA, a company in charge of the Pay TV sector. Mr. André Kudelski has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of Kudelski SA since 1991 and serves as its Member of Executive Board. Mr. Kudelski has been the Chief Executive Officer of Nagra Plus SA, a joint-venture of Kudelski SA and Canal Plus since 1992 and serves as its President. He serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Nagra USA, Inc. He has been an Executive Director of Kudelski SA since 1987. He serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Nagravision SA.

Sources: https://www.nagra.com/investors/governance/board / https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=937831&privcapId=882187

Curtis W. Dukes, EPV, center for internet Security, and former Deputy Director, in charge of information Assurance, NSA

Curtis W. Dukes joined CIS as the Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Best Practices and Automation Group in January 2017. The CIS Security Benchmarks and Security Controls program provides vendor-agnostic, consensus-based best practices to help organizations assess and improve their security. Prior to CIS, Curtis served as the Deputy National Manager (DNM) for National Security Systems (NSS). On behalf of the Director of NSA, the DNM is charged with securing systems that handle classified information or are otherwise critical to military and intelligence activities.

Dukes joined the National Security Agency in 1984 as a Computer Scientist. He served in a variety of organizations within NSA, and earned the Distinguished Executive, Meritorious Executive, as well as Exceptional Performance and Meritorious Civilian Service Awards. He completed an overseas assignment and an intelligence community assignment for the Department of Defense. In Germany, Curtis had operational responsibilities for implementing Information Assurance activities across the European command. Following his community assignment, he became Deputy, then Chief of the Network Architecture and Applications Division, then Chief of the Systems and Network Attack Center. He later led highly skilled technical workforces as Director NSA/CSS Commercial Solutions Center. His last roles of responsibility at NSA were Deputy Director, then Director, of the Information Assurance Directorate.

Dukes earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Florida, and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University. He is a 2004 graduate of the Intelligence Community Officer Training Program.

Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Full Professor at EPFL

Jean-Pierre Hubaux is a full professor at EPFL. Through his research, he contributes to laying the foundations and developing the tools to protect privacy in tomorrow’s hyper-connected world. He has pioneered the areas of privacy in mobile networks and in genomics. He is leading the ETH-funded project Data Protection in Personalized Health. He held visiting positions at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center and at UC Berkeley. He is one of the seven commissioners of the Swiss FCC and a member of the “Information Security Task Force”, set up by the Swiss federal government. He is a Fellow of both IEEE (2008) and ACM (2010). He is among the most cited researchers in privacy protection and in information security.

Adrian Lobsiger, Swiss data protection and information Commissioner

After his studies in Bern and Basel, Adrian Lobsiger, born on 27 December 1959, obtained a master’s degree in European law from the University of Exeter (GB). In 1992, he began his career in the field of international private law at the Federal Office of Justice. In 1995, he joined the Federal Office of Police (fedpol), where he became deputy director. As head of the Staff Section and of the Legal Affairs and Data Protection Service, he was responsible for ensuring that personal data was processed in conformity with the law in exchanges with national and foreign authorities. From 2000 – 2005, he established and was part-time director of the postgraduate course of studies on combating white-collar crime and the Competence Centre for Forensics and Business Crime at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts.

Jovan Kurbalija, Visiting Professor (E-diplomacy) at College of Europe

Dr Jovan Kurbalija is the Founding Director of DiploFoundation and the Head of the Geneva Internet Platform. A former diplomat, Dr Kurbalija has a professional and academic background in international law, diplomacy, and information technology. He has been a pioneer in the field of cyber diplomacy since 1992 when he established the Unit for Information Technology and Diplomacy at the Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies in Malta.

Dr Kurbalija was a member of the United Nations (UN) Working Group on Internet Governance (2004-2005), special advisor to the Chairman of the UN Internet Governance Forum (2006-2010) and a member of the High Level Multistakeholder Committee for NETmunidal (2013-2014).

Since 1997 Dr Kurbalija’s research and articles on cyber diplomacy have shaped research and policy discussion on the impact of the Internet on diplomacy and international relations. His book, An Introduction to Internet Governance, has been translated into 9 languages and is used as a textbook for academic courses worldwide. Dr Kurbalija lectures on e-diplomacy and Internet governance in academic and training institutions in many countries, including Austria (Diplomatic Academy of Vienna), Belgium (College of Europe), Switzerland (University of St. Gallen), Malta (University of Malta) and the United States (University of Southern California).

Source: https://www.diplomacy.edu/courses/faculty/kurbalija

Jacques de Werra, Vice-Rector of Geneva University

Jacques de Werra earned a doctorate in law at the University of Lausanne. He also holds a Master’s degree in Law (LLM) from Columbia University and was admitted to the bar in both Geneva and New York. He teaches, conducts research, publishes, and lectures in the areas of intellectual property, information technology, and contract law (with a focus on licensing and technology transfer). He has created a summer school dedicated to Internet law (Internet l@w summer school) and directs the summer school on intellectual property which has been organized in cooperation with WIPO since 2011. He was appointed as professor at the University of Geneva in 2005, and was named Vice-Rector of the University of Geneva in 2015. He is in charge of the University’s digital strategy and of technology transfer.

Coffee break

11:00 – 12:00

Workshop #1 « Cybersecurity and companies : risks and technical solutions »

Moderator Jean-Pierre Hubaux

with:

Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Full Professor at EPFL

Jean-Pierre Hubaux is a full professor at EPFL. Through his research, he contributes to laying the foundations and developing the tools to protect privacy in tomorrow’s hyper-connected world. He has pioneered the areas of privacy in mobile networks and in genomics. He is leading the ETH-funded project Data Protection in Personalized Health. He held visiting positions at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center and at UC Berkeley. He is one of the seven commissioners of the Swiss FCC and a member of the “Information Security Task Force”, set up by the Swiss federal government. He is a Fellow of both IEEE (2008) and ACM (2010). He is among the most cited researchers in privacy protection and in information security.

Matthias Bossardt, Partner, Head of Cyber Security and Technology Risk, KPMG

Matthias supports his clients in managing their digital transformation and (personal) data in an ethical and secure way, which is resilient to cyber threats. He works with organizations globally and from across sectors. He brings over 18 years of experience in these fields of expertise. Matthias is a member of KPMG’s Global Cyber Security Leadership and chairs the cyber working group of economiesuisse. Prior to joining KPMG he conducted research on communications systems and cyber security at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) and as a research scholar at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He began his professional career as a microchip engineer with Philips Semiconductors. Matthias holds a Ph.D. in Information Technology and Electrical Engineering from ETH Zurich and a M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from EPFL.

Stefan Dydak, EMEA Security Advisor at HP

Stefan Dydak, CISSP & CFE, has a background in forensic science, digital investigations and IT security. Having worked in security roles both in the banking and industry sector, he has gathered most of his experience as a cybercrime and fraud investigator while working for the Kudelski Group in Switzerland. He joined HP in February 2017 to bring his knowledge to a new and diverse team in charge of IoT security, with a focus on imaging and printing devices. In this role he helps customers identify security gaps and protect their environments from ever evolving cyber threats.

Uwe Kissmann, Managing Director at Accenture and Head of Accenture’s Cybersecurity Business in the EALA (Europe, Africa and Latin America)

Uwe Kissmann, a Swiss national, is a managing director at Accenture and head of Accenture’s Cybersecurity Business in the EALA (Europe, Africa and Latin America) region. Together with his team, he is in charge of preparing Fortune 500 companies for a proactive defense against highly sophisticated cyber threats. Kissmann uses a holistic blend of technology-, business- and risk-based approaches. His goal is to improve overall performance, while protecting the vital and sensitive corporate information of Accenture’s customers.

Jean-Claude Michaca, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer at Cyber Resilience Suisse Sarl

Jean-Claude Michaca studied at the Engineering School of Lucerne where he got an Electronics Engineering Diploma, followed by a Business Administration degree obtained at the Graduate school of Business Administration in Zurich, completed by a Post Graduate degree at the Lausanne IMD International Institute for Management Development. He recently complete the Global Business Consortium program at London Business School

From 1989 to 1991, Mr. Michaca worked for Digital Corporation as mid-size Account Manager in Zurich then in Geneva; responsible for sales activities in the manufacturing Market Segment.

He is also known for developing and growing young talents inside and outside his organization using several mentoring Technics

He joined Oracle Corporation in 1991 where he held several Sales positions ranging from Global Account manager, Sales Director and Managing Director and Vice president in various parts of the organization. In his last position he was in charge of the Storage Systems business at Oracle Corp. for Europe Middle East and Africa.

He co-founded Cyber resilience Suisse Sarl in May 2017. The company focuses on 4 major areas:
1) Industrial Cyber Defense as a Managed Service
2) Cyber Battle Field – Virtualized training and Stress test platform for Red and Blue Team training
3) Digital Asset Protection through Deep and Dark Web analysis
4) Advanced Data Center Services

https://www.cyber-resilience.net/

Mr. Michaca born in Lebanon in 1962, is a Swiss citizen. His native language is French and he is fluent in English German, Spanish, Italian and Arabic.

Bremtane Moudjeb, Head Of Cyber Security Sales at Cisco

Philippe Vuilleumier, Head of Group Security, Swisscom

Philippe Vuilleumier has worked at Swisscom for more than 10 years and assumed overall responsibility for Swisscom Security as Head of Group Security in September 2015. He was Head of Network & IT Operations at Swisscom Switzerland from 2008, before being appointed CEO of subsidiary Alphapay in 2013. His qualifications include a Master’s degree in Business Telecommunications from Delft University of Technology.

Prior to joining Swisscom, Philippe Vuilleumier held various management positions at Zurich Insurance Group, Equant and IBM.

11:00 – 12:00

Workshop #2 « Towards a Swiss DARPA »

Moderator Fathi Derder

With:

Fathi Derder, National Councillor

Fathi Derder (47 ans) est conseiller national depuis 2011. Membre de la Commission de la science, de l’éducation et de la culture, il publie en 2015 « Le prochain Google sera suisse » aux éditions Slatkine. Journaliste, Fathi Derder est rédacteur en chef et administrateur délégué de l’Agefi, quotidien économique et financer suisse. Il siège au comité de digitalswitzerland, préside la Fondation « Zukunftsfonds Schweiz » ainsi que l’association Le Réseau, un groupe de start-up, d’entreprises et de Hautes Ecoles suisses engagées pour l’entrepreneuriat et l’innovation. Avant de diriger l’Agefi, Fathi Derder fut notamment rédacteur en chef adjoint à la Radio suisse romande, rédacteur en chef de La Télé, et chroniqueur dans de nombreux journaux dont 24 Heures, Le Matin, et Le Temps.

Edouard Bugnion, Vice-President, Information Systems at EPFL

 Edouard Bugnion joined EPFL in 2012, where his focus is on datacenter systems. He is also the academic co-director of the Swiss Data Science Center, a national initiative to accelerate the use of data science throughout Swiss academia.  Since January 2017, he is also the Vice-President for Information Systems of EPFL.

Before joining EPFL, Edouard spent 18 years in the US, where he studied at Stanford and co-founded two startups: VMware and Nuova Systems (acquired by Cisco). At VMware from 1998 until 2005, he played many roles including CTO. At Nuova/Cisco from 2005 until 2011, he helped build the core engineering team and became the VP/CTO of Cisco’s Server, Access, and Virtualization Technology Group, a group that brought to market Cisco’s Unified Computing System (UCS) platform for virtualized datacenters.

Together with his colleagues, he received the ACM Software System Award for VMware 1.0 in 2009. His paper Disco: Running Commodity Operating Systems on Scalable Multiprocessors » received a Best Paper Award at SOSP ’97 and was entered into the ACM SIGOPS Hall of Fame Award in 2008. At EPFL, he received the OSDI 2014 Best Paper Award for his work on the IX dataplane operating system

Edouard Bugnion is also an independent Board member of Logitech and of Innosuisse.

Christophe Gerber, Head of Defence & CyberSecurity at ELCA

Christophe Gerber, né le 19 décembre 1973, est ingénieur en informatique diplômé de la HEIG-VD.

Il commence en 1999 sa carrière à Zürich chez ELCA en tant que développeur logiciel.

Il est aujourd’hui en charge du département « Defense & CyberSecurity » du groupe ELCA. Cette unité est en charge du développement sur mesure de logiciels pour le DDPS et la police. Elle est aussi en charge du conseil en CyberSecurité et du développement de plusieurs produits dans ce domaine.

A côté de sa fonction chez ELCA, Christophe Gerber est actif, en tant lieutenant-colonel EMG, dans l’état-major CyberDefense et vice-président du GRPM. (groupement romand pour le matériel de défense et sécurité)

Solange Ghernaouti, Professor at the University of Lausanne (UNIL) and international expert on cybersecurity and cyberdefence

Solange Ghernaouti est professeure à l’université de Lausanne (UNIL) et experte internationale en cybersécurité et cyberdéfense. Elle collabore régulièrement avec diverses instances onusiennes, européennes, gouvernementales ainsi qu’avec des institutions privées.

Première femme professeure de HEC Lausanne en 1987, Solange Ghernaouti est membre de l’Académie suisse des sciences techniques (SATW)1, elle dirige le Swiss Cybersecurity Advisory and Research Group (SCARG) qu’elle a créé et le groupe de recherche en Science de la Complexité. Elle a su développer une approche innovante interdisciplinaire de la sécurité du numérique au service des individus, des organisations et des états à des niveaux stratégique et opérationnel.

Elle est l’auteure de nombreux ouvrages et publications scientifiques et de vulgarisation2 relatifs aux télécommunications3, à la maîtrise des risques informatiques, à la cybercriminalité et le cyberpouvoir.

Solange Ghernaouti préside également diverses associations telles que la Fondation Erna Hamburger (ayant pour but d’apporter une aide matérielle, directe ou indirecte, à des femmes universitaires ou sorties d’une autre formation supérieure de niveau analogue, faisant des études postgrades dans le Canton de Vaud) ainsi que la Commission Sociale de l’Université de Lausanne 

Gérald Vernez, Cyberdefence DDPS Delegate

11:00 – 12:00

Workshop #3 « Cybersecurity and the law : what legal protections and what legal liabilities? »

Moderator Jacques de Werra

with:

Jacques de Werra, Vice-Rector of Geneva University

Jacques de Werra earned a doctorate in law at the University of Lausanne. He also holds a Master’s degree in Law (LLM) from Columbia University and was admitted to the bar in both Geneva and New York. He teaches, conducts research, publishes, and lectures in the areas of intellectual property, information technology, and contract law (with a focus on licensing and technology transfer). He has created a summer school dedicated to Internet law (Internet l@w summer school) and directs the summer school on intellectual property which has been organized in cooperation with WIPO since 2011. He was appointed as professor at the University of Geneva in 2005, and was named Vice-Rector of the University of Geneva in 2015. He is in charge of the University’s digital strategy and of technology transfer.

Jean-Yves Art, Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships at Microsoft

Jean-Yves Art is Senior Director in charge of Strategic Partnerships in Microsoft’s Corporate, External and Legal Affairs team. In that role, he manages the relationship between the Company and International Organizations on all policy themes of common interest to Microsoft and those organizations.

Before taking this role in June 2016, Jean-Yves was an antitrust lawyer. He was Microsoft’s lead antitrust attorney in EMEA from 2002 to 2014. Jean-Yves also practiced European law with an international law firm in Paris and in Brussels and worked as a legal secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Communities.

Until his move to Geneva in June 2016, Jean-Yves was a visiting professor at the College of Europe, Bruges; at Sciences Po Paris: and at the University of Liège. He has written extensively and is a regular speaker at conferences, formerly on EU law, now on international law topics.

Michel Jaccard, Founder and Partner, id est avocats

Michel Jaccard is the founder of id est avocats. He has been involved in the last 20 years in more than a hundred corporate finance and M&A deals in Switzerland and abroad, acting for entrepreneurs and owners, venture capital and private equity firms, industrial buyers and financial sponsors. Along his corporate expertise, he sits on several advisory boards and regularly helps C-level execs and board members of SMEs and global brands navigate the world of advanced technologies, distributed computing, open source, data protection and cybersecurity, and more generally manage their online presence and digital transformation.

Michel holds a JD and PhD from the University of Lausanne and an LLM from Columbia Law School (Stone Scholar, Fulbright grantee). He is admitted to practice in Switzerland and New York, and has been highly recommended in Corporate/M&A, Technology, Media/Telecoms and Intellectual Property for the past 10 years by leading guides such as Chambers and Legal500.

He also maintains a blog on innovation and technology law and frequently acts as jury member or mentor in national and international startup competitions.

Adrian Lobsiger, Swiss data protection and information Commissioner

After his studies in Bern and Basel, Adrian Lobsiger, born on 27 December 1959, obtained a master’s degree in European law from the University of Exeter (GB). In 1992, he began his career in the field of international private law at the Federal Office of Justice. In 1995, he joined the Federal Office of Police (fedpol), where he became deputy director. As head of the Staff Section and of the Legal Affairs and Data Protection Service, he was responsible for ensuring that personal data was processed in conformity with the law in exchanges with national and foreign authorities. From 2000 – 2005, he established and was part-time director of the postgraduate course of studies on combating white-collar crime and the Competence Centre for Forensics and Business Crime at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts.

Jean-Luc Vez, Head Global Cyber Centre, Head Public Security Policy, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

 LLD, University of Fribourg, Switzerland; diploma in International Security Policy, IUCEI, Geneva. 1981-85, Assistant Professor, University of Fribourg. 1986-90, Senior Officer, Directorate of the Central Office for Defence, Federal Ministry for Defence, and Secretary, Inter-Ministry Intelligence Conference. 1990-92, Deputy Special Delegate and Special Delegate for State Security Files, Swiss Federal Government. 1992-96, Head, Press and Radio Service, Swiss Federal Government. 1996-2000, Deputy General Director, Federal Office for Police, Ministry for Justice and Police, and Head, Main Division for Legal Affairs and Data Protection. 2001-13, General Director, Federal Office for Police (Fedpol – responsible for Swiss Internal Intelligence, Federal Criminal Police, Federal Security Service and International Police Cooperation). State Secretary, Head of Swiss Delegations at international conferences and negotiations on international cooperation treaties. 2004, Colonel, on reserve Duty, Swiss Army General Staff. With the World Economic Forum: 2014, Managing Director, Head of Security Policy and Security Affairs; currently, Managing Director, Head of Global Cyber Centre, Head of Public Security Policy.

12:00 – 12:45

Conclusion

with:

Jovan Kurbalija, Visiting Professor (E-diplomacy) at College of Europe

Dr Jovan Kurbalija is the Founding Director of DiploFoundation and the Head of the Geneva Internet Platform. A former diplomat, Dr Kurbalija has a professional and academic background in international law, diplomacy, and information technology. He has been a pioneer in the field of cyber diplomacy since 1992 when he established the Unit for Information Technology and Diplomacy at the Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies in Malta.

Dr Kurbalija was a member of the United Nations (UN) Working Group on Internet Governance (2004-2005), special advisor to the Chairman of the UN Internet Governance Forum (2006-2010) and a member of the High Level Multistakeholder Committee for NETmunidal (2013-2014).

Since 1997 Dr Kurbalija’s research and articles on cyber diplomacy have shaped research and policy discussion on the impact of the Internet on diplomacy and international relations. His book, An Introduction to Internet Governance, has been translated into 9 languages and is used as a textbook for academic courses worldwide. Dr Kurbalija lectures on e-diplomacy and Internet governance in academic and training institutions in many countries, including Austria (Diplomatic Academy of Vienna), Belgium (College of Europe), Switzerland (University of St. Gallen), Malta (University of Malta) and the United States (University of Southern California).

Source: https://www.diplomacy.edu/courses/faculty/kurbalija

Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Full Professor at EPFL

Jean-Pierre Hubaux is a full professor at EPFL. Through his research, he contributes to laying the foundations and developing the tools to protect privacy in tomorrow’s hyper-connected world. He has pioneered the areas of privacy in mobile networks and in genomics. He is leading the ETH-funded project Data Protection in Personalized Health. He held visiting positions at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center and at UC Berkeley. He is one of the seven commissioners of the Swiss FCC and a member of the “Information Security Task Force”, set up by the Swiss federal government. He is a Fellow of both IEEE (2008) and ACM (2010). He is among the most cited researchers in privacy protection and in information security.

Fathi Derder, National Councillor

Fathi Derder (47 ans) est conseiller national depuis 2011. Membre de la Commission de la science, de l’éducation et de la culture, il publie en 2015 « Le prochain Google sera suisse » aux éditions Slatkine. Journaliste, Fathi Derder est rédacteur en chef et administrateur délégué de l’Agefi, quotidien économique et financer suisse. Il siège au comité de digitalswitzerland, préside la Fondation « Zukunftsfonds Schweiz » ainsi que l’association Le Réseau, un groupe de start-up, d’entreprises et de Hautes Ecoles suisses engagées pour l’entrepreneuriat et l’innovation. Avant de diriger l’Agefi, Fathi Derder fut notamment rédacteur en chef adjoint à la Radio suisse romande, rédacteur en chef de La Télé, et chroniqueur dans de nombreux journaux dont 24 Heures, Le Matin, et Le Temps.

Jacques de Werra, Vice-Rector of Geneva University

Jacques de Werra earned a doctorate in law at the University of Lausanne. He also holds a Master’s degree in Law (LLM) from Columbia University and was admitted to the bar in both Geneva and New York. He teaches, conducts research, publishes, and lectures in the areas of intellectual property, information technology, and contract law (with a focus on licensing and technology transfer). He has created a summer school dedicated to Internet law (Internet l@w summer school) and directs the summer school on intellectual property which has been organized in cooperation with WIPO since 2011. He was appointed as professor at the University of Geneva in 2005, and was named Vice-Rector of the University of Geneva in 2015. He is in charge of the University’s digital strategy and of technology transfer.

10:30 – 11:00 and 12:45 – 15:00

Exhibition

with:

Agam Security

Agam Security is the first Swiss company to develop an artificial intelligence-based cyber-defense appliance. Installed at the network periphery, it protects companies and public administrations against all types of network-based attacks.

website: https://agamsecurity.ch

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Biowatch

Biowatch intends to disrupt the authentication market by introducing a wearable solution ready for payments, ticketing, access control and ID management. By looking at the user’s unique wrist vein pattern Biowatch leverages non-stop authentication to the wearable and thus suppresses the need for any further authentication steps when accessing devices, premises and services. Your watch becomes your ID and your wrist is the switch. www.biowatch.ch

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Cyberhaven

Cyberhaven is the only security company that provides a data isolation platform to monitor and control accesses to sensitive information, and protects organizations against all forms of data theft, compromise, and ransomware, including social engineering, non-malware attacks, and insider threats. Our product isolates critical data from threats even after an endpoint or the network has been breached, long before the attack is discovered and remediated.


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eSkills

At eSkills, we design digital learning solutions that work.

Because people learn best when they have fun, we’ve developed an engaging  learning game to raise employees awareness on cyber-security. Facing a series of realistic challenges, learners need to identify situations presenting risks in term of information security. Since the release in 2016, more than 100’000 employees have been trained in Switzerland.

Created in 2012, eSkills has a proven track-record of achieving positive results with a variety of leading multinational organizations, banks and public administrations

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Exeon

Exeon Analytics AG fights advanced cyber attacks using big data
analytics. Our ExeonTrace flagship product relies on big data algorithms
and machine learning to identify covert APT attacks and malware
infections hiding in regular web traffic. ExeonTrace connects to
existing SIEM solutions like Splunk and Elasticsearch and identifies
anomalies in the collected data using award-winning algorithms developed
at ETH Zurich. This allows our customers to find the so-called needle in
the haystack and transform collected network log data into actionable
security insights. Exeon Analytics is a Spin-off company of ETH Zurich.

www.exeon.ch

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Hacknowledge

HACKNOWLEDGE is a Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services company.
HACKNOWLEDGE simplifies the complexity of cybersecurity threat detection and response. Our expert security engineers monitor your network 24/7 and filter out thousands of events and false positives. We notify you only when the threat is credible and provide expert guidance to remediate the threat.
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Kyos

Kyos is a leading provider of comprehensive information security and network solutions with approx. 38 people in the western and in the German part of Switzerland. For over 15 years our customers benefit from our long experience in architecture, auditing, consulting and project management as well as in the operation and support of complex enterprise networks.
Kyos competences include raising awareness, strategic and technical consultancy and auditing, as well as the implementation and the support of network and security solutions.

https://www.kyos.ch/

 

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Net4all

Net4all, a Swiss company founded in 2000 by four engineers from EPFL, is one of the leaders in web hosting and outsourcing market for critical web and application platforms. Today, Net4All is specialized in cybersecurity and cloud platforms (private and public, e.g. AWS).

www.net4all.ch

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Nethink

Nexthink provides digital experience management for the enterprise. Leading global companies know that satisfied employees generate more satisfied customers. With Nexthink, organizations can deliver consumer-grade experiences to their employees to increase satisfaction and productivity. Nexthink combines data collection, monitoring, analysis, remediation, intelligence and communication, to engage with employees and gather the right context for continuous optimization. Nexthink is privately held with headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland, and U.S. headquarters in Boston, Mass.

Learn more at nexthink.com.

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NextPrivacy

Whether to respond to privacy constraints or to manage corporate risk, NextPrivacy Suite (NPS) provides the solutions for sensitive data protection (anonymisation and/or encryption). A company can use these tools to meet the demands of operational excellence. Armed with this new power of anonymisation and/or encryption, the company is not only more effective but can also expand its operating model. NextPrivacy promotes regulation through architecture; NextPrivacy technology is in fact based on the principles of transparency and interoperability of technological resources and simultaneously obeys the mechanisms of anonymisation – encryption -, filtering and labelling to differentiate content or protocols in order to comply with multidisciplinary legal systems regardless of country.

www.nextprivacy.ch

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OneVisage

OneVisage helps financial services and IAM to fight cybercrimes with a strong 3D facial biometry  which is safer, simpler and affordable authentication on mobile devices and only solution that can fulfill both the criteria interoperability and Universality.

www.onevisage.com

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Pryv

At Pryv, we believe privacy reflects the ability to share and manage sensitive personal data with awareness. This data is the key to unlocking life-changing solutions.

Pryv’s software, pryv.io, is used across a range of industries involved in personal data management and affected by privacy regulations. Developed with our values of trust, quality and privacy in mind, it enables organizations to collect, store and use personal data to spark new and innovative projects, enhance existing services and improve consumers’ services.
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Psynd

PSYND is a Swiss IT Consultancy Company based in Geneva specialized in Identity & Access Management and CyberSecurity. Since more than 10 years we are supporting our customers to implement everything related to IAM: from the business analysis to the deployment of the solution. We help companies to develop their CyberSecurity strategy and to achieve compliance with the regulations like FINMA, GDPR, etc. We provide CyberSecurity Awareness training both in face-to-face and e-learning format. PSYND is the main sponsor of the Swiss CyberSecurity Community.

https://www.psynd.ch/

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ScanTrust

ScanTrust provides secure QR codes and a cloud-based IoT platform that
connects products to the Internet to enable mobile authentication and supply
chain traceability.
ScanTrust has invented the world’s only copy-proof 2D barcode that can uniquely and cost-effectively
identify/authenticate any physical item. This simple and affordable solution enables companies to fully
secure their supply chains – from factory to distributor to customer – ensuring authenticity and
transparency throughout. Finally, everyone can TRUST that what they are buying is genuine, because it
can be individually traced back to production – easily and instantly using a smartphone.

Lausanne 12.06.2017 – Reportage Scan Trust, EPFL Lausanne. Schweiz. © Marion Nitsch/Lunax

 ScanTrust.com
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SCRT

Established in 2002, SCRT is a Swiss company entirely dedicated to information security. SCRT offers a wide range of services to assist its clients in improving their cyber security level.

SCRT is a flexible company which offers many different services that can either be punctual, such as audits, or more customized, such as the reorganization or the follow up of information network. We are passionate about our work, we believe in what we do and enjoy doing it.

SCRT works for all kind of companies: ranging from some of European largest corporate firms to small businesses.

Since June 2009, SCRT has been certified compliant with ISO 27001:2005. As this certification demonstrates, SCRT is capable of providing a confidentiality level matching the best industry standards as well as your highest requirements.

Top 4 USP’s

• Audit (External, internal, application, Workstation, Red Team, Social Engineering, Mobile, Ethical hacking, Penetration testing)
· Products (Fortinet, Splunk, Tenable, Entrust, Varonis, FireEye, Trend Micro, TippingPoint, SEPPmail, Wallix, Bromium, LightCyber, PulseSecure, Skybox, Palo Alto, Qualys, FortiFy)

· Investigation and Risk management (ISO 27001, Code review, Incident response, Post- Incident analysis, Forensic, Risk management)
· Trainings (Hacking, Forensics, Infrastructure, User awareness)

https://www.scrt.ch/

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SecuLabs

SecuLabs SA is a Swiss IT security company that supports and follows its clients thanks to its very high level of expertise in cyber security. The company provides IT security services (pentest, audit, forensics, architecture, project management …) training and IT talent acquisition at a very demanding level.

Based in the heart of Europe, in Switzerland, SecuLabs was founded in 2012. The laboratory of R&D in cyber security is located in Innovation Park EPFL. HQ is in Montricher. With an ethical approach and high level of expertise SecuLabs guide customers with the most adapted methods. SecuLabs’ protection services and cybersecurity training are among the best and most trustworthy on the market, allowing customers serenity in their activities. SecuLabs’s team is made of Swiss and European people. More than 15 consultants. SecuLabs protects and defends multinational firms as well as small businesses, international organizations, governmental agencies, or financial institutions against the cyber threats.

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Securaxis

With growing global insecurity and the broad and shared perception of it, people want to be well informed of the surrounding risks and level of threat. Securaxis offers the first “geo-located individualized real-time security & safety forecast” for people travelling or working in volatile environment using big data and crowdsourced information.

www.securaxis.com

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Smartcockpit

Smartcockpit provides you with an insight of your cybersecurity maturity, cyber-risks (ISO 27000, NIST…) and privacy (GDPR). It helps you focus and act on what matter, so that you can manage controls, actions and their impact.
Within a single environment, you can identify potential non-conformities raised during audits and stay on track with internal and external requirements.
Smartcockpit can also presents a transversal view for managing not only cyber-risks but any kind of risks (operational, credit…) and as well as maturity (COBiT, ITIL…), allowing a 360° view of your organisation.
As a collaborative and customized digital governance solution for stakeholders, smartcockpit combines an agile methodology with an IT solution. Always willing to fit your unique needs, we provide either pre-set or tailormade cockpits.
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7solution

7solution is a company providing Cybersecurity Solutions, Data backups and outsourcing. We provide our customers with the best support from strategy to technical assistance, making sure we develop the most suitable solution for each of them. Confidentiality is the core of the relationship with our customers, and provide high security systems associated with greater energy efficiency.

www.7solution.ch

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Swisscom

As a leading provider of cyber security, Swisscom provides you with a comprehensive portfolio of Security Services. Our security management is based on the clever combination of humans and machines. Sophisticated technology and highly specialised cyber experts allow us to identify cyber threats earlier and more accurately. We provide you with cyber security optimised for Switzerland around the clock from a modern Security Operation Center. Swisscom operates the Swiss network, this allows us to record security-related events and activities in Switzerland earlier and thus act faster. More than 1,000 Swiss companies already rely on us for security. In the event of new types of attacks on our customers or on us, the new knowledge is automatically utilised in protecting all of our customers. More than 100 dedicated security specialists have your back. With us, you are also in safe hands when it comes to compliance.

 

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Xorlab

We are a Swiss cyber security company that develops cost-effective products to counter today’s sophisticated cyber attacks and to keep pace with the ever changing threat landscape.

 

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ZENData

Cybersecurity is not a purchase, it is a process.

ZENData protects the environment of SMBs and multinationals by providing tailored-made cyber protection services, which integrate efficient and accurate methodologies.

Our main goal is to customize best practices processes in order to safeguard you against actual threats, offering an optimal balance between productivity and security.

ZENData brings in a very unique way of implementing the most high-end cybersecurity technologies available on the market, corresponding to your specific needs. Such needs are primarily evaluated by our team of cybersecurity experts performing audits and risk assessments.

ZENData follows the deployment of the necessary measures from their beginning, and then continues to monitor each client’s infrastructure. Over the years, ZENData also specialized in post-attack and forensic analyses. Our clients include banks, law firms, family offices, law enforcement and multinational corporations.

Meet us and discover how you can approach cybersecurity differently.

#MakeSwissCyberSafe

For more information, please visit our website: www.zendata.ch.

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