will takes place on Thursday 17 October 2019 from 09.00 till 12.45 in Esch-Belval, Luxembourg. The registration starts at 08.30

Conference sessions

09.00Welcome speech by Gilles Massen, director of the RESTENA Foundation
09.15 GDPR one year after: a follow-up about legal and cybersecurity?
Sandrine Munoz, University of Luxembourg
Topic: GDPR fines imposed by Data Protection authorities due to lack or inappropriate security measures, lessons learnt, last CNPD report about personal data breach.
09.45Sea turtles can bite, so protect your jewels while surfing
Guillaume-Jean Herbiet, RESTENA Foundation
Topic: Recent hijacking attacks on the Domain Name System (DNS), their consequences on the Internet user and how better protect from them 
10.15Incident Response and Forensics: Overview and challenges
Michaël Hamm, Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg (CIRCL) – SECURITYMADEIN.LU
Topic: A quick introduction about CERT/CSIRT activities and forensics analysis followed by some practical and challenging exercise demonstrations.
10.45Coffee Break
11.15End-to-End Way of Handling Cyber Security Incidents
Thierry Degeling, GOVCERT.LU 
Topic: End-users, Incident Response, Internet of Things (IoT)
11.45Boris Buses, Wine Boxes, Kippers & Dead Cats
Chris Pinchen, BEE SECURE 
Topic: Disinformation & Search Engine Optimisation for Fun & Politics
12.15How to survive in a digital world
Christian Hutter, University of Luxembourg 
Topic: Various cyber security aspects which put everyone at risk and some practical tips on how to protect against them.


In parallel to the conference, participants have the opportunity to meet various institutions in a dedicated exhibition area:

  • The RESTENA Foundation invites participants to bring their old hardrives so to erase them (maximum of 2 per participants)
  • BEESECURE will highlight its awareness raising campaign 2019/2020 about disinformation online
  • GOVCERT.LU will offer you to getting to know its team and discover its end-to-end way in handling cyber security incidents
  • SECURITYMADEIN.LU and the Ministry of Economy will provide useful information and leaflets related to cybersecurity