October 16th 2019
Lamot Congres Centre
Learn and get an update about the challenges and techniques in cyber security in four different conference tracks:
Share knowledge about cyber security related enablers including protection processes, policies, organisation, skills, awareness, and regulations.
Survey state of the art methods, technology and tools to build adequate protection, response and recovery activities.
Discover components and architecture elements necessary for building defense platforms
Receive all necessary information regarding the newest regulations on GDPR. Learn about legal aspects related to crypto currencies and blockchain; application of compliance frameworks like NIST, NIS, IDAS; regulation (Cyber Security Act, etc.), insurance of cyber risks, etc.
SAVE THE DATE FOR 2019: October 16th
As organizations turn digital, even the most advanced companies are potential victims of a cyber attack. To be prepared we have to share our knowledge and cooperate. The Belgian Cyber Security Convention (BCSC) stimulates businesses to invest in their data protection by bringing the whole field of IT-specialists together for a one-day event of networking and education.
For visiting companies this is the unique opportunity to get connected and stay updated on the latest evolutions in information technology. Share knowledge about cyber security related enablers including protection processes, policies, organisation, skills, awareness, and regulations. Survey state of the art methods and technology to build adequate protection, response and recovery activities. Explore tools and techniques that support the complete cybersecurity building process. Discover components and architecture elements necessary for building defense platforms. Receive all necessary information regarding the upcoming regulations.
The Belgian Cyber Security Convention will be held in Mechelen and is organized by Brewery Of Ideas with support from the premium partners and co-organizers: the Federal Centre for Cyber-security Belgium and the Belgian Cyber Coalition.
This couldn’t be possible without our ever-watchful experts in our advisory board :
Peter Debasse (KBC Bank & Verzekeringen), Bart Preneel (Ku Leuven), Eddy Willems(G DATA), Peter Buelens (Brewery of Ideas), Ulrich Seldeslachts (Lsec), Alexandre Pluvinage (ING), Arian Turhani (Unisys), Karel De Kneef (Swift), Kristof Tuyteleers (DNS Belgium), Ann Mennens (European Commission), Yves Looverie (Thales), Yves Schellekens (Agoria), Georges Ataya (ICT Control) and Phedra Clouner (Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium)