Conference

Cybersecurity, Penetration Testing, Big Data, Ransomware and much more

Many companies are threatened by hacking attacks. As part of the European Cyber Security Challenge held in Düsseldorf, security experts talk about risks and methods of prevention. You can expect first class presentations, a security fair, as well as great networking opportunities.
The presentations will be held in english.

Talks & Speakers

08:00

Registration

09:00

Opening and Welcome Note
Norbert Pohlmann, Chairman/Director, TeleTrusT/if(is) Svenja Schulze, Minister for Innovation, Science and Research of North Rhine-Westphalia

09:15

KEYNOTE – Big Data Study
"Towards a Human-Centred Data Revolution"
David Deißner, Director Strategy & Programmes, Vodafone Institute for Society and Communications

10:00

KEYNOTE – Big Data/Predictive Analytics and Ethics
"The Changing Landscape of International Security and the Role of Technology."
Anja Kaspersen, Head of Strategic Engagement and New Technologies, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

10:30

"Physical Attacks in the Networked World"
Claudio Bozzato, Security Vulnerability Analyst, NXP

10:50

"Security Infrastructure in the Eye of the Attacker"
Markus Linnemann, Lead of the Division Critical Infrastructures, secunet

11:10

Coffee Break

11:40

"How to Operate Penetration Tests Securely"
Jan-Tilo Kirchhoff, Country Manager Germany, Compass Security

12:00

"Insights into the daily business of a governmental/National CSIRT"
Thomas Hungenberg, Security Analyst, CERT-Bund/BSI

12:30

"The Future of Cybersecurity – 2025: Are We Done?" Ammar Alkassar, CEO, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity

13:00

Lunch

13:50

"Typical Security Issues with IoT and Industry 4.0"
Stefan Strobel, CEO and Founder, cirosec

14:20

"In Love with Industrial Control Systems - Testing ICS/SCADA in Industry 4.0"
Roland Ehlies, Jan Wagner, Senior Manager, PwC

14:40

"Implementation of a manufacturing execution system from cybersecurity perspective – a report"
Hagen Rost, ICT Industrial Security Specialist, Airbus Group

15:10

"Engaging Small and Medium Companies in Cyber Security"
Thomas Freund, ‎Senior IT-Security Consultant, Bechtle

15:30

Coffee Break

16:00

"10 Hacks in 10 Minutes"
Final Hacks – Part of the European Cyber Security Challenge

17:40

End of the main Conference Programme

18:00

Registration for Final Ceremony

18:30

Opening
Norbert Pohlmann, Chairman/Director, TeleTrusT/if(is)

"Welcome Note"
Svenja Schulze, Minister for Innovation, Science and Research of North Rhine-Westphalia

18:45

KEYNOTE – Inspiration
"Why Hackers are Better Psychologists Than Security Experts" Zinaida Benenson, Senior Researcher, IT Security Infrastructures Lab, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

19:30

Award Ceremony

20:15

Networking & Party with Billy Burrito - creative music

Svenja Schulze
Minister for Innovation, Science and Research of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia


The European Cyber Security Challenge gives young talents an opportunity to pitch their IT security prowess against their peers in a friendly competition.
Their skills are urgently needed, if we want to tackle the digital revolution. (...)
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Cyber Challenge 2016


Organizers of Final 2016


CTF attack/defense provider


Finalists 2016