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MCSC Edition: Women’s Cyber Summit & Talking Heads
14. Februar @ 10:00 - 13:00
Talking Heads & Women’s Cyber Summit – MCSC Edition 2020
As part of Munich Cyber Security Conference (MCSC) 2020, the Security Network Munich proudly presents “Talking Heads”, where some of the most visionary and distinguished experts will be sharing insights on contemporary developments and challenges in information and cybersecurity.
The MCSC Edition of Talking Heads includes for the first time the “Women’s Cyber Summit”. In cooperation with “CYBERWOMEN”, this initiative aims to emphasize the importance of female experts in the field of cybersecurity. It serves as a platform for the growing group of women working in cybersecurity and wants to encourage more women to join this international community and profit from it. Embedded in the unique set-up of MCSC and the Munich Security Conference MSC 2020, it is the ideal place for dialogue and cooperation.
Speakers for Women’s Cyber Summit – MCSC Edition 2020 are:
- Despina Spanou / Head of Cabinet of VP Margaritis Schinas EU Commission
- Marina Kaljurand / former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia, current member of the European Parliament
- Kiersten E. Todt / Managing Director Cyber Readiness Institute
- Claire Vishik / Fellow and Global Cyber Security Director at Intel Corp.
- Gabi Dreo Rodosek / Executive Director of the research institute CODE, Coordinator of the EU project CONCORDIA
- Mihoko Matsubara / Chief Cyber Security Strategist at NTT Corp.
- Renata Dwan / Director United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research
- Nayia Barmpaliou, Head of Public Policy and Initiatives at the World Economic Forum Centre for Cybersecurity
During the second part of the event, three „Talking Heads“ will share insights on current challenges in the field of cybersecurity:
- Alex Stamos / Adjunct Professor Stanford University and former Chief Security Officer at Facebook and Yahoo
- Jeff Moss / founder and CEO of DEF CON Communications and founder of The Black Hat Briefings
- Donald D. Parker / VP Product Assurance and Security Group and general manager, Incident Response at Intel Corp.
DATE and VENUE:
Talking Heads – MCSC Edition 2020
February 14, 2020, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Ganghoferstr. 29, 80339 Munich
WOMEN’S CYBER SUMMIT
10:05 Impulse Speech: Despina Spanou, EU Commission
10:15 Impulse Speech: Marina Kaljurand, European Parliament
10:25 Panel: IT-Security challenges in the new decade
Moderator: Marina Kaljurand, European Parliament
- Claire Vishik, Intel
- Kiersten E. Todt, Cyber Readiness Institut
- Mihoko Matsubara, NTT
- Renata Dwan, UN
- Nayia Barmpaliou, World Economic Forum Centre for Cybersecurity
TALKING HEADS MCSC EDITION
11:30 Impulse Speech: Alex Stamos, Stanford University
11:40 Impulse Speech: Jeff Moss, DEF CON Communications
11:50 Impulse Speech: Donald D. Parker, Intel
12:00 Q&A, Moderator: Thorsten Delbrouck, Giesecke+Devrient
Claire Vishik / Fellow and Global Cyber Security Director at Intel Corp.
Claire S. Vishik is an Intel Fellow in Corporate and Government Affairs and senior director of Trust Technology, and Policy at Intel Corporation. Vishik is working on issues at the intersection of policy, standards, and technology, with the emphasis on technical trust, such as Trusted Computing, privacy-enhancing technologies, approaches to reasoning in complex systems, cryptography, and related policy issues and frameworks. Vishik is the author of numerous peer reviewed papers, several book chapters, and an editor of two books. She is an inventor on 22 granted and a number of pending patents.
Despina Spanou / Head of Cabinet of VP Margaritis Schinas EU Commission
Despina Spanou is the Head of the Cabinet of the Vice-President of the European Commission. Previously, she was Director for Digital Society, Trust and Cybersecurity at the Directorate-General for Communications Network, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT) of the European Commission. In this capacity, Mrs. Spanou was responsible for the European Union’s cybersecurity policy and law, digital privacy, connected cities and mobility, digital health, eGovernment and electronic identification. She is a founding member of the Women4Cyber initiative and advocate for the need for more cybersecurity experts in Europe.
Gabi Dreo Rodosek / Executive Director of the research institute CODE, Coordinator of the EU project CONCORDIA
Professor Gabi Dreo Rodosek holds the Chair for Communication Systems and Network Security at the Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany. She is Executive Director of the research institute CODE (Cyber Defence), member of the Supervisory and Advisory Board of Giesecke & Devrient GmbH, member of the Advisory Board of the BWI GmbH, member of the Governing Board of the Deutsches Forschungsnetz (DFN) and member of the IT expert panel of the German federal financial supervisory agency (BaFin). Professor Dreo studied computer science at the University of Maribor and the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich.
Kiersten E. Todt / Managing Director Cyber Readiness Institute
Kiersten Todt is Managing Director of the Cyber Readiness Institute, a non-profit that convenes senior leaders of global companies to help small and medium-sized enterprises improve their cybersecurity. Ms. Todt is the Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security. She most recently served as the Executive Director of the U.S. Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity and has served in senior positions in the White House and United States Senate.
Marina Kaljurand / former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia, current member of the European Parliament
Marina Kaljurand is the Member of European Parliament since July 2nd, 2019. She was a member of the UN Secretary General’s High Level Panel on Digital Cooperation (2018-2019). Kaljurand served as Estonian Foreign Minister (2015-2016) and as Ambassador of Estonia to the State of Israel, the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Canada and the United States of America. Kaljurand served twice as the Estonian National Expert at the UN Group of Governmental Experts on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security (GGE).
Mihoko Matsubara / Chief Cyber Security Strategist at NTT Corp.
Mihoko Matsubara is Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, NTT Corporation, Tokyo. She is responsible for public advocacy to strengthen or expand networks with global thought leaders in academia, government, and industry by sharing NTT’s and Japan’s cybersecurity efforts. Mihoko is a prolific writer and has spoken at various engagements internationally. She recently published a book on cybersecurity, attackers, defenders, and cyber threat intelligence in Japanese.
Nayia Barmpaliou, Head of Public Policy and Initiatives at the World Economic Forum Centre for Cybersecurity
Nayia Barmpaliou is responsible for the World Economic Forum’s cybersecurity public policy work. In this role at the Centre for Cybersecurity, she leads the Forum’s initiatives that aim to address gaps on global public-private cooperation and architectures for cybersecurity and digital trust, as well as on agenda setting efforts for public policy responses to systemic and emerging cybersecurity risks. She is also managing the Forum’s relationships with governments, international organisations, academia and civil society on cybersecurity.
Renata Dwan / Director UN Institue für Disarmament Research
Renata Dwan is director of the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) in Geneva, Switzerland from where she has launched initiatives to strengthen gender representation and perspectives in arms control and disarmament, including in the context of emerging technologies. Renata led major UN-wide policy and reform initiatives including on peacekeeping operations, security sector reform, post-conflict partnerships and crisis management capacities. From 1999-2005, she was head of Stockholm International Peace Research Institute’s Programme on Armed Conflict and Conflict Management.
Alex Stamos / Adjunct Professor Stanford University and former Chief Security Officer at Facebook and Yahoo
Alex Stamos is a cybersecurity expert, business leader and entrepreneur. He is the Director of the Stanford Internet Observatory. Stamos is an Adjunct Professor at Stanford’s Freeman-Spogli Institute, a lecturer in the Computer Science department, and a visiting scholar at the Hoover Institution. As a Chief Security Officer at Facebook and Yahoo and a co-founder of iSEC Partners, Alex has investigated and responded to some of the most seminal events in the short history of cybersecurity, and has been called the “Forrest Gump of InfoSec” by friends.
Donald D. Parker / VP Product Assurance and Security Group and general manager, Incident Response at Intel Corp.
Donald D. Parker is a vice president in the Intel Product Assurance and Security group and general manager, Incident Response, at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for coordination and execution of Intel’s response to matters involving product function or security. Since joining intel in 1991, he designed and managed portions of many of Intel’s flagship microprocessors, including the Intel® Pentium® Pro processor, the Intel Pentium 4 processor and the company’s first dual-core product, the Intel Pentium-D processor.
Jeff Moss / founder and CEO of DEF CON Communications and founder of The Black Hat Briefings
Jeff Moss is the founder and CEO of the DEF CON Communications and the founder of The Black Hat Briefings, two of the world’s most influential information security events. Mr. Moss actively seeks out opportunities to help shape the cybersecurity conversation. He is a member of the US Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) and a commissioner on the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC). He is a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council Cyber Statecraft Initiative, and a lifetime member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Partner of the Event: Center Digitisation.Bavaria, CYBERWOMEN – Das Event für Frauen der IT-Sicherheit, infodas, KPMG, Google, Chamber of Commerce Munich, NTT