Aarhus

MEETUp 1

Cyber Security – People, processes and technology
Date: 18th of February 2019 / 15.00 – 17.30

Aarhus University

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An increased demand for cybersecurity services means that there’s never been a better time to pursue a career in this booming field. Thus, we have put together a program with 3 speakers that will inspire you on how they have worked with cyber security and good advice on the journey if you want to pursue a career within it.

There are limited seats, so get your seat today. You can read more about the program when you click registration. See you there!

 

Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen

Head of Security Lab, Alexandra Instituttet 

Ba Doung Anders Le

CISO, Jyske Bank 

Anders Skovsgaard

Owner, 2600 Security 

MEETUp 2
When Cyber Crime Can Shut Down a Society
Date: 10th of April 2019 // 15.00 – 17.30

Aarhus Erhvervsakademi – 

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You may not think of it, but addressing cyber risks in the energy sector is highly critical not only to energy security, but is also vital for a resilient state and economy; energy companies have also seen a massive increase in the number of successful cyber-attacks over the past year.

That is why we are pleased to have Peter, Tomas and Jens on a visit, to give talks about the sector and what they have experienced during their career related to cyber crime.

There are limited seats, so get your seat today. You can read more about the program when you click registration.

 

Peter Frøkjær

CISO, Siemens 

Tomas Bonello

Head of Information Security & Risk Mgmt, Vestas

Jens Myrup Pedersern

Associate Professor, Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University

 

MEETUp 3
Cyberhack / Meet & Inspire: How do we built information security program for organisations?

Date: 8th of May, 2019 // 15.00 – 17.30

Aarhus University, Katrinebjerg

How does an organization deploy its resources most effectively to mitigate cyber-security risks to an acceptable level?
What are the misconceptions about information security and who is responsible for information security?
At this meet up we will look into how organization work professionally with cyber security and the barriers on that journey, and what you may like to know as an aspiring talent in the field.

The final program will be announced in beginning of March, but you can still reserve a seat.

 

Jens Heyn Roed Andersen

Seasoned Cybersecurity Geek

Torben Jørgensen

Chairman of the Council for Information Security, Dansk IT

Dennis Rand

Founder, eCrimeLabs