will take place on Thursday 13 October 2022 from 09.00 in Esch-Belval and will be live streamed.

Conference sessions

As of 27 September 2022 – Subject to change

08.30On-site registration
08.45Opening of the online event
09.00“Building a Cybersec roadmap for business growth and continuity” Jelena Zelenovic Matone, President, Women Cyber Force KEYNOTE SPEECH
09.15Gilles Massen, Restena Foundation
09.40Steve Muller, BEE SECURE
10.05“How email thread hijacking became the next big thing” Thierry Degeling, GOVCERT.LU Topic: Phishing using elements of trust.
11.00“Recovering data from a wiped disk” Michael Hamm, Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg (CIRCL)- SECURITYMADEIN.LU Topic: Recovering data from a wiped disk sounds impossible. But wiping a 4TByte disk would take time. If the adversary is not patient and interrupts the wiping process after some limited time, there is a good chance to recover some plain data, or even complete file system structures. This is an example, derived from a real case
11.25“Is the patching synonym of 100% protection?” Yvon Boutry, Telindus Topic: An IT department needs to be constantly updated and protected from the many vulnerabilities listed as CVEs. A technology watch and regular patching of IT solutions in organizations is important and mandatory but is it a 100% protection? What are the right steps to implement and the complementary strategies to consider to get confident in your IT security protection.
11.50“Beware of (cyber) feed poisoning” Guenaëlle DE-JULIS, Excellium Services Topic: Cyber Threat Intelligence feeds are sources of indicators that can be leveraged to increase chances of threat detection. Unfortunately, it is not that simple: from the reliability of indicators to the maintenance of the feed, there will be many pitfalls on the way to the SIEM. We will look into the pipeline between collecting the feed and the uptake by a SIEM, without which the triage will be a nightmare.
12.15“The European Cybersecurity Competence Centre” Pascal Steichen, Chairman of the governing board of the European Cybersecurity Competence Centre Topic: The European Cybersecurity Competence Centre (ECCC), together with the Network of National Coordination Centres (NCCs), is Europe’s new framework to support innovation and industrial policy in cybersecurity. The ECCC will be located in Bucharest, while SECURITYMADEIN.LU will host the Luxembourg NCC. This new European ecosystem will strengthen the capacities of the cybersecurity technology Community, shield our economy and society from cyberattacks, maintain research excellence and reinforce the competitiveness of EU industry in this field.


As of 27 September 2022 – Subject to change

In parallel to the conference, participants can exchange with partners in the areas of cybersecurity, new technologies thanks to a dedicated exhibition area including:

  • The Digital Learning Hub and its short trainings in IT for professionals
  • Telindus and its cybersecurity services
  • Excellium Services SA