Sustainable Cyber Trust: CISOs Creating Trust with Data & Collaboration

13th October 2021, 13:00 – 14:30 CET

Consumers number one priority across all sectors is becoming trust, whether B2B or B2C, trust has become more important than the product or service. Different sectors, organizations and countries are fighting the security concerns alone and should definitely rather join hands and open discussions and collaborations to learn from and assist each other.

Creating, ensuring, and spreading brand trust is high on the agenda for all CISOs and during this episode we will look at cross-sector and cross-border partnerships, private and public collaboration as well as national and international cyber strategies to ensure a global trustworthy secure future.

Hosted by:

Prof. Sokratis K. Katsikas
Director, Norwegian Center for Cybersecurity in Critical Sectors

Daniel W. Seiler
Deputy Head, Office of Cyberdiplomacy, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland

Paul C Dwyer
CEO of Cyber Risk International, Founder and President of ICTTF, Advisor to NATO on Countering Hybrid Cyber Threats

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Cross-sectoral and INdustry-research Collaboration and Partnerships to Improve InfoSec in the Critical Sectors
Prof. Sokratis K. Katsikas, Director, Norwegian Center for Cybersecurity in Critical Sectors

Law enforcement, healthcare, energy, military, manufacturing, communication, and other critical sectors are moving fast towards their digital transformation, thus demanding assistance and support with employing the relevant technologies and ensuring that the transformation will result in securely digitalized environments. Such support will inevitably come from private tech companies, but research-based innovation is also paramount; this means that cross-sectoral and industry-research collaboration and partnerships are also vital.

In this session we will hear from the author, professor and and critical sector specialist Prof. Sokratis Katsikas on his experiences, lessons learnt and how can critical sectors improve security in the future:

  • Discover interesting ways the critical sector is innovating to fight cybercrime in collaboration with private companies
  • How private and public organisations could support each other, collaborate and build partnerships?
  • Showcasing some lessons learnt from the Norwegian Cyber Security Center
  • Collaboration of Business Owner and Product Manager
  • What are the Learnings and How to Transfer Them Into Future Initiatives
We Need to Talk and Take Hands: Collaboration Between Industry, Academia and Government
Daniel W. Seiler, Deputy Head, Office of Cyberdiplomacy, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland
Prof. Sokratis K. Katsikas, Director, Norwegian Center for Cybersecurity in Critical Sectors

There is a need to address the disparity between state and commercial entities for a combined cyber security effort. We are seeing some collaboration but there remains room for improvement and collaboration on regulations and governance. Most countries still need to build frameworks for these collaborations and implement these usefully.

Our industry experts from industry, academia and government will talk about successful national cyber strategies, international collaboration, the importance of stakeholder management and how to build and implement communication frameworks:

  • Looking at successful national cyber strategies and international collaboration and their impact on public companies
  • The importance of stakeholder management and engagement to identify concerns and challenges to improve on
  • Building and implementing communication frameworks to advance private and public to collaboration
  • The emergence and the need for cyber diplomacy to provide a safer future across regions
Stop, Collaborate and Listen: Before External Collaboration, we need to measure and manage cyber risks internally
Paul C Dwyer, CEO of Cyber Risk International, Founder & President of ICTTF

After hearing from the speakers earlier on collaboration and partnerships, this session provides a space for all attendees to join in on the discussion and raise their questions, comment and any challenges to be discussed in interactive groups.


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