BREAKFAST SEMINAR - OSLO
Launch: Security Report and our expectations for 2020
Join us for mnemonic’s first breakfast seminar of the year to get a sneak peek into our latest Security Report and our predictions for 2020.
During the seminar, mnemonic’s Threat Intelligence team will assess the year that has passed, what we can expect from 2020, and the lessons we learned from analysing over 3,8 trillion security events in our SOC.
Afterwards, we’ll be joined by a few of the contributors from this year’s Security Report who will share their research and findings.
Look forward to seeing you there!
NB: Please note that we are back at Hotel Continental.
Registration and breakfast
2019 as seen from mnemonic’s SOC, 2020 as seen from our crystal ball
In this presentation, Morten will share our lessons learned and experiences from the over 3,8 trillion global security events our SOC analysed in 2019 - and look into our crystal ball to share some of our predictions for 2020.
Technical level: 2/5
Supply risk management in supply chains - How to avoid unacceptable risks
The use of external products and services adds new challenges to the information security risk picture. With more and more complex supply chains, how do we avoid unacceptable risks to our organisation?
In his presentation, Torbjørn will present a way of understanding the fundamental challenge of setting the right security requirements, present a generic framework and process for finding the right requirements, and try to show how we can better ensure that the requirements are met.
Technical level: 1/5
NIS Directive: A step in the right direction
The first EU-wide cybersecurity legislation, the NIS directive, entered into force in May 2018. The directive aims to achieve a high common level of security of network and information systems across Europe, by improving national cybersecurity capabilities, and by imposing security and notification requirements towards Operators of Essential Services (OES) and Digital Service Providers (DSP).
Julian will in this presentation elaborate specifically on the security requirements towards OES and DSP, evaluate the different methodologies applied by EU countries to identify essential services, and discuss the implementation of the Directive in the Union, and in Norway.