IBM SECURITY

SUMMIT

UTRECHT | MAY 17, 2018

#SecuritySummitBNL

IBM SECURITY

SUMMIT

UTRECHT | MAY 17, 2018

#SecuritySummitBNL

Countdown to Security Summit Utrecht

Securing the threats of tomorrow, today

We live in an age of exponential change with more data, connected devices and computing power than ever before. While this affords businesses tremendous opportunities, it also creates more ways for cyber-criminals to breach an organization. Headlines from the past year shine a spotlight on the growing speed and destructive nature of cyber-attacks.

With the right approaches, technologies and experts, not only can we fight back today, but we can get ahead of tomorrow's threats.

Join us at the IBM Security Summit in Utrecht on the 17th of May

Designed for Security Leaders and their senior team members, discussions will focus on real stories from the field and practical examples. Network with peers and security experts to discover how to make your organization cyber-resilient.

  • prepare for ‘boom moments’ like ransomware attacks
  • tackle the skills shortage by embracing new technologies like AI
  • embrace resiliency as a practice to better prepare for and respond to threats
  • use cognitive security to pinpoint threats and quickly orchestrate an effective response

Featured Speakers

Dolores Perez

Head of Group Data Protection, KBL European Private Bankers

Shamla Naidoo

Chief Information Security Officer, IBM

Marc van Zadelhoff

General Manager, IBM Security

Erno Doorenspleet

Global Executive Security Advisor, IBM Security

 

Peter Zinn

Cybercrime Expert

Steven Wilson

Head of European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Europol

What our customers are saying

Wimbledon Case Study

View this testimonial to learn how, In 2017, cognitive security technology and constant vigilance from IBM helped protect Wimbledon.com and the integrity of the Wimbledon brand.

Explore the event topics

The IBM Security immune system

IBM Security developed an infrastructure immune system with leading solutions that work together across your ecosystem.

Cognitive security: what can it do?

Arm security analysts with the power of cognitive security.

Watson for Cybersecurity case study

Sogeti reduced threat investigation and root cause determination from three hours to three minutes.

The future of identity

What are the global generational preferences for authentication?

Current threat activity

View malicious IP-addresses in the last hour on our threat activity map.

Blog Security Intelligence

What Can We Learn From the World Economic Forum’s Cyber Resilience Playbook.

Experience IBM Security Qradar today

Take a test drive of the market leading security analytics solution.

Wimbledon case study

Protecting the oldest brand in tennis with the latest in cognitive security.

Ask Bruce Schneier

Hear what Bruce's thoughts on the importance of orchestration and automation to improve incident response.

EMA report: The evolution of incident response

What’s Holding Back More Effective Incident Response?

IBM X-Force Exchange

Rapidly research the latest global security threats and aggregate and share actionable intelligence.

Orchestrated response as a gamechanger

How to leverage automation to support an orchestrated incident response function.

GDPR security assessment

Get your personalized guide to GDPR readiness.

Incident response and GDPR

How to prepare for GDPR Incident Response Challenges?

Think blog

We train everything – why not cyber security?

Introducing the IBM Cyberrange

IBM opens 'cyber-range' where organisation can become battle-tested for security breaches.

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Dolores Perez

Dolores Perez
Head of Group Data Protection, KBL European Private Bankers

Dolores Perez is KBL's freshly appointed Head of Group Data Protection. Previously, she served 6 years as KBL's CISO which, in 2017, earned her the award 'CISO of the Year' in Luxembourg.

Erno Doorenspleet

Erno Doorenspleet
Global Executive Security Advisor, IBM Security

Erno Doorenspleet is part of IBM Security X-Force threat inteligence team. He is a Global Executive Security Advisor and Security CTO IBM Netherlands. Erno has more than 20 years of experience in IT, covering Security & Risk Management, Governance & Operations and Outsourcing. He is a national and international speaker on the relationship of Cyber Security, Information Technology, Cloud computing and Internet of Things, and has had articles published on these topics.

Shamla Naidoo

Shamla Naidoo
Chief Information Security Officer, IBM

Shamla Naidoo is an accomplished information security executive with more than 25 years of experience. As the Global Chief Information Security Officer of IBM, Shamla is the company’s top information security executive, responsible for safeguarding IBM globally including all its business units and brands. She is responsible for IBM's overall information security program, which includes the company’s information risk and security strategies, planning, governance, architecture, and operations.

Prior to joining IBM, Shamla was Vice President of Information Risk and Security at Starwood Hotels and Resorts. Previous roles include Chief Information Officer, Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Risk Officer at leading companies including WellPoint, Northern Trust and ABN AMRO.

Shamla is an adjunct law professor, developing and teaching courses in information technology, cybersecurity and privacy law. She also has a license to practice law in both Illinois and Washington DC. Shamla holds a bachelor's degree in Information Systems and Economics from the University of South Africa, and a Juris Doctor degree from John Marshall Law School.

Marc van Zadelhoff

Marc van Zadelhoff,
General Manager, IBM Security

Marc van Zadelhoff is the General Manager for IBM Security, the fastest-growing enterprise security company in the world. Before taking over as head of the IBM Security business, a business he helped IBM architect several years ago, Marc was Vice President, Strategy, Marketing and Product Management for the division. In his leadership role, Marc continues to help clients around the world develop a security strategy and employ the best technologies to meet their specific security needs. He is responsible for leading the IBM Security team in the development and delivery of software and services offerings that protect enterprises with intelligent, integrated security solutions and expertise.

Peter Zinn

Peter Zinn,
Cybercrime Expert

Peter Zinn is trend watcher and international keynote speaker on cyber security and cyber crime. He has been strategist on these topics for the Dutch Police’s National High Tech Crime Unit for over 10 years. His 20+ years experience in ICT help him to understand the real issues in the field. A background in theatre and public speaking guarantee a translation of these issues into understandable, engaging, and actionable language.

Peter has received special recognition for his work from FBI, Interpol, and Europol. An energetic, award winning speaker, he has spoken in over 25 countries.

Steven Wilson

Steven Wilson,
Head of European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Europol

After a police career in Scotland spanning 30 years, Steven Wilson joined Europol as as Head of EC3 in 2016. He is responsible for the central collation of criminal intelligence on cybercrime across the EU, supporting member state investigations into online child sexual exploitation, cyber enabled attacks on payment systems and cyberattacks that impact on critical infrastructure and information systems.

He is also responsible for the Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce, a team of specialist cyber investigators seconded to EC3 from multiple countries, providing digital and document forensic support in complex cases across EU, strategic analysis of threats and trends, and liaison with industry, academia and non-law enforcement partners.

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