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CyberCase 2021

Registrations are closed. 
For last minute troubles, please contact us at: 
cybercase2021@thinkforensic.ch

 

March 12th 2021
1 pm – 6:30 pm CET

  • 1 cyber attack against a critical infrastructure company
  • 10 national and international experts from the public, private and academic sectors
  • 4 hours during which they will present how to detect, identify, recover and prevent attacks

Will they be able to join forces to face the challenge and prevent the complete paralysis of this company’s activities all the while respecting regulations, such as their duty to report ?

Watch our video trailer !

 

List of speakers

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  • Thomas Souvignet – Professor – University of Lausanne (more)
  • Frank Breitinger – Assistant professor – University of Liechtenstein (more)

Track 1: Detect, Respond, Recover

  • Thomas Souvignet – Professor – University of Lausanne (more)
  • Mariska Girard – Security Analyst – SOC of Canton of Vaud (more)
  • Todd James – Vice President, Head of Cyber Detection Centre – Swiss Re

Track 2: Identify, Threat Intelligence, Recover

  • Julien Cartier – Commissioner & Head of Cyber Investigation, Digital Forensic and Analysis – Criminal Police, Vaud Cantonal Police (more)
  • Nathalie Mombelli – Expert Cyber Security Consultant – Avectris AG (more)
  • Endre Bangertner – CEO – Threatray (more)

Track 3: Protect, Educate

  • Fabien Leimgruber – Cyber Volunteers Manager – CyberPeace Institute (more)
  • Lennig Pedron – Co-founder & President – ICON NGO, Director – Trust Valley (EPFL Innovation Park) (more)
  • Roger Wirth – Head of Cyber Security (CISO) – Swissgrid (more)

Legal capsules

  • François Charlet – Chief Privacy Officer & Data Protection Officer – Vaudoise Assurances (more)
 

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To find out, join us on March 12th 2021 on our virtual platform, tailored for this event.

Think Forensic and its scientific committee are pleased to invite you to discover the resolution of this attack during an unprecedented and exceptional conference that will take you behind the scenes of cybersecurity, presenting its potentialities, its limits and its legal and ethical dilemmas.

If it happened to you? Would you be ready ?

Please note that the conference will be held under the Chatham House Rule: 

« When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. »

For more information: The Chatham House Rule