Homeland Security Conference 2019 – 28-29 August 2019 in Fredericia

The Homeland Security Conference focuses on bringing together representatives from the cyber security community, industry decision makers, governmental authorities and academics. This is reflected in our strong, international speakers list including some of the leading experts and professionals from the homeland and cyber security community to give further insights about challenges and business opportunities right now within the security industry.

This year, the 6th Homeland Security Conference will focus on Smart Cities & Sensitive Sites.

During the first day, we will look into the challenges and solutions towards smart city technologies, and technologies that can secure sensitive sites. Furthermore, selected companies will have the opportunity to pitch their solutions and B2B meetings will be facilitated.

The second day will provide insight into international actitivities to enforce cyber security measures and capabilities.

Programme:

Wednesday 28 August

08.30-09.30 Registration and networking

09.30-11.10 Smart cities and smart technologies – challenges
Jens Christian Vedersø, Special Advisor, Centre for Cyber Security: Risk management in a Smart city where IT and OT is intertwined – a challenge for each enterprise and the society
Klaus Munch Kjøller, Director, PwC:
Dominic Schroeder, British Ambassador to Denmark: Smart and Secure Cities in the UK
Nicolas Reys, Director, Global Cyber Threat Intelligence, Control Risks: Towards an understanding of current and future cyber threats to smart cities and sensitive sites

Panel debate with all abovementioned speakers

20 min. break

11.30-12.30 Smart cities and smart technologies -solutions
Mogens Dam, Head of R&D and business development, Damasec: Intelligent network connecting objects and technology
Casper Madsen, Senior Client Executive, IBM: New Attack Vectors – a perspective on Cyber Threats in Smarter Cities and Critical Infrastructure
Per Villemoes, International Sales Manager, Cryptera: Securing IoT devices in a Smart City
IoT devices in a Zero-Trust manufacturing and distribution environment
Dan Hermansen, CEO, MyDefence Communication: Preparing for controlled drone
infrastructure

Panel debate with all abovementioned speakers

 

Break 12.30-13.30

13.30-14.50 Securing smart telecommunications technology
Thomas Kristmar, Senior Manager, KPMG: Securing the Danish Telecom infrastructure by public private corporation
Henrik Larsen, Head of Security and Identity Services (DKCERT & WAYF), DeiC
René Hinsch, CTO, Airwire: Seeing is believing – a live demo
Gert Læssøe Mikkelse, Head of Security Lab, Alexandra Institute:
Michael Lentge Andersen, Partner, Derant: Mobile network attacks – more common than you think?

Panel debate with all abovementioned speakers

10 min break

15.00 – 17.00 Company pitches and B2B meetings

17.30 – 22.00 Informal dinner together with the exhibitors from Danish Security Fair (same location as conference)

 

Thursday 29 august

09.00-10.00: Registration and light breakfast

10.00-11.10: Securing smart energy technology
Jørgen S. Christensen, Research and Technology Director, Danish Energy: What is needed to utilize the benefits from digitalization without risking the security of supply?
Daniel Pedersen, Senior Specialist, Safety & Security, Grundfos: Secure by Design, are we getting there?
Jørgen Hartig, Strategic Advisor and Partner, SecuriOT: When integrating new IoT-solutions into an existing supplier infrastructure, you must be aware of new threat, risk and pitfalls. How to mitigate these risks, without missing the benefits from the IoT solutions?
Daniel Lux, CEO, Seluxit: Who are your attackers? Are you looking at the right threats? Are you looking at the right weaknesses? The answers to these questions, will secure your solution!

Panel debate with all abovementioned speakers

20 min. break

11.30-13.00 International cyber security activities to strengthen cyber capabilities
Henrik Beckvard, Researcher Strategy Branch, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE), Estonia: NATO CCDCOE and cooperation with Industry
Iben Lunding, Founder, IBSIK: EU Cybersecurity Act – certification, status and links to other
certification frameworks
Thomas Stubbings, Public Affairs, Radarservices Smart IT

Panel debate with all abovementioned speakers

13.00 Closing remarks

13.10-15.00 Lunch and networking

 

More information and sign up here: https://my.eventbuizz.com/event/homeland-security-conference/detail

If you have any questions, please contact Sofie Jensen sofie@censec.dk or +45 93201540