Cybersecurity Community Calls - Stay Connected!

Given the current crisis situation that we are all facing linked to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), PwC Luxembourg has taken actions to ensure the safety, health and wellbeing of our people, clients, guests, suppliers and contractors.

In this context the continuity of business operations proves to be a challenge for all of us. In order to stay as close to our clients as possible in times of remote working and restrictions of movements, we decided to organise a regular Cybersecurity webcast series for the community.

24 June 2020

Covid-19 contact tracing apps: risk or opportunity?
  • Damien Dietrich, MD, eHealth expert, LIH (Luxembourg Institute of Health) 
  • Dmitrii Pogorelov, Department of Infection and Immunity, LIH (Luxembourg Institute of Health) 
Cyber point of view
  • Antoine Goichot, Cybersecurity Senior Associate, PwC Luxembourg
  • Simon Petitjean, Cybersecurity Manager, PwC Luxembourg
Privacy point of view
  • Philippe Valoggia, Senior Research & Technology Associate, LIST (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology)  
  • Frédéric Vonner, Partner & Privacy Leader, PwC Luxembourg

 

13 May 2020

  • Cloud security challenges and pitfalls (Matthieu Devallée, Senior Advisor, PwC Luxembourg)
  • Regulatory update in regards to the current situation (Florian Bewig, Managing Director, PwC Luxembourg)

7 April 2020

Covid-19 impact (Koen Maris, PwC Luxembourg)

Secure your newly implemented remote working practices

  • How to enable massive remote working in a cyber safe manner
  • Understanding shadow IT (emergency services and technology deployed in a less controlled manner which could cause issues)

Ensure the continuity of critical security functions 

  • Making sure that the Cyber function can operate, and adapt to a new situation (agility, focus on elements that matter)
  • Ensure things can move even though technology teams may create freeze scenarios

Counter opportunistic threats that may be looking to take advantage of the situation

  • How to best configure cyber efforts to minimize impact, with actionable operational activities making sure you have the appropriate ability to prevent, detect and respond to increased attacks
From crisis to stabilisation (Koen Maris, Bernard Philips & Simon Petitjean, PwC Luxembourg)  
  • New security controls and cybersecurity monitoring
  • How to manage a cyber crisis in this new environment?
  • Solutions that can help you (vulnerability management and e-signature)

Contact us

Koen Maris

Cybersecurity Leader, PwC Luxembourg

Tel: +352 49 48 48 2096

Frédéric Vonner

Privacy Leader, PwC Luxembourg

Tel: +352 49 48 48 4173

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