Cyber Summer Catch 2020 event

Cyber Summer Catch 2020 event

Cyberwatch Finland collaboration with Monti Stampa Furrer & Partners AG had the great pleasure inviting you to the Cyber Summer Catch 2020 event, which took place on 28th of July 2020. The Cyber Summer Catch 2020 event brought together internationally recognized cyber security experts and professionals to exchange and share their experiences and thoughts about today’s most interesting topics

Thanks a million to all our guests, amazing speakers and the team behind the scenes – What a great Day! 

Did You miss the event? Don´t worry, the recording of the event is ready and waiting all of you.

In security matters, including cyber security, is always about the values and culture as well as trust we all are looking for.

Shaping a cyber culture requires perseverance, a willingness to make an impact and to improve our knowledge, learning and leadership.

Cyber ​​hygiene arises from small, very simple steps, but they also require skill and common sense.

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THE PROGRAM WAS

13.00 – 13.05 Mr. Tomi Kaukinen: An overview of the event

13.05 – 13.15 Opening remarks: A Comprehensive approach to cyber security – Aapo Cederberg, CEO, Cyberwatch Finland

13:15 – 13:35 How to create Cyber culture? – Rami Efrati, Managing partner of MFSPartners Innovations

13:35 – 13:45 Comments and discussion, moderated by Tomi Kaukinen – Panelists – Cederberg, Sundvik, Monti, Pahlman and Kenttälä

13:45 – 14:15 The role of OT-security in building Cyber culture – Franco Monti, Senior Partner, MSF Partners

Case Study – Going the Extra Mile in OT Protection – From Ambition to Hard Work

The threat landscape for critical infrastructure in the utility sector has worsened this year with ransom attacks happening in OT and COVID-19 creating confusion and obstacles in daily operations. The case study presented is about a large utility company which started three years ago implementing consequently OT Monitoring and Vulnerability Management in its substations and generation facilities. After protecting its hydro and nuclear facilities they started to tackle more complex areas such as assessing and protecting its Smart Metering IIOT infrastructure, Wind and District Heating. Our client was the first utility company in Switzerland who went beyond standard OT monitoring towards far more complex facilities inside OT such as IIOT. Participants will get an introduction about their challenges and achievements during these activities.

14:15 – 14:30 Comments and discussion, moderated by Tomi Kaukinen – Panelists – Cederberg, Sundvik, Efrati, Pahlman and Kenttälä

14:30 – 14:50 Cyber hygiene, practical steps? – Jani Kenttälä, CEO, Badrap Oy

14:50 – 15:10 Digital independence and zero trust is gaining momentum – Country, Corporate and Individual level perspectives – Harri Sundvik, Executive Chairman, XXLSEC Oy

15:10 – 15:30 Comments and moderator´s findings Aapo, Franco, Rami, Harri, Sauli, Jani and Tomi discuss the topics of the day

15:30 – 15:40 Closing remarks – Aapo Cederberg, CEO, Cyberwatch Finland

The event was moderated by Tomi Kaukinen

SPEAKERS

Mr. Aapo Cederberg, CEO and Founder of Cyberwatch Finland

Aapo Cederberg is an experienced cyber security strategist and analyst. Aapo have a unique strategic-level international expertise and understanding of Hybrid threats. Aapo really understands the complexity of the cyber world and hybrid warfare as well as having comprehensive strategic management skills and experiences. He has also extensive first-hand knowledge of the military defense. He is one of the authors of the first Finnish Cyber Security Strategy.

Aapo is a founder of Cyberwatch Finland with a firm focus on helping decision- makers to establish a holistic cyber strategy, to build situational awareness, and take the necessary steps to ensure cyber resilience.

Mr. Rami Efrati, Managing partner of MFSPartners Innovations, Former Head of the Civilian Division, Israel National Cyber Bureau, Prime Minister´s Office

Rami Efrati has served in the Israel Defense Forces for more than twenty-eight years. He commanded numerous prestigious operational and technological positions in Military Intelligence and received the Creative Thinking Award from the Director of Military Intelligence. Mr. Rami Efrati, is an expert in Cyber Strategic Methods and has many years of experience in anti-terrorism and Intelligence technology. Mr. Efrati is one of the founding members and former Head the Civilian Division of the Israel National Cyber Bureau in the Prime Minister´s Office. In this capacity, he raised Israel to a leading position in the civilian aspects of global cyber-security, brought multinational companies to open cyber R&D centers in Israel. Mr. Efrati has leveraged the existential cyber-threat to Israel, into a unique business opportunity encouraging the development of a large cyber ecosystem supporting hundreds of new cyber related startups.

Mr. Efrati is currently involved in international level strategic projects for cybersecurity and innovation. He is a managing partner of MFSPartners Innovations.

Mr. Franco Monti, Senior Partner, co-owner and co-founder of MSFPartners

Franco Monti is co-owner and co-founder of MSFPartners, a Swiss cyber security boutique with offices in Switzerland and Dubai. He can draw on many years of experience in protection for critical infrastructures (IT & OT/ICS). Over this period, he has accumulated a wealth of expertise in developing cyber security strategies and drawing up complex cyber security programmes. He takes responsibility for Swiss and international projects that focus on setting up security operations centres, introducing incident management and protecting IT and OT infrastructures. Franco has graduated in engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) and in business administration at the University of St. Gallen (HSG).

Mr. Jani Kenttälä, CEO, Badrap Oy

Jani Kenttälä Jani is a security researcher who evolved into a serial entrepreneur, today he has 21 years of experience from building security and trust. Those years have made him a strong proponent of cyber hygiene. His journey in security started 1999 at a security research group called OUSPG. In 2006 he co-founded a spin-off startup called Clarified Networks, which was later acquired by Codenomicon. When Jani worked with national CERT teams and critical infrastructure providers to improve civilian cyber defence, he saw how regular people and smaller companies also need a lot of help. Instead of falling into despair, he co-founded Badrap to democratise security information sharing.

Badrap is a new type of web service that teaches people to think and behave differently online. It explains people their past data leaks and engages them as protectors of their friends and family. Companies use Badrap for protecting their employees, as well as their cloud assets.

Mr. Harri Sundvik, Executive Chairman for cybersecurity company XXLSEC Oy

Harri Sundvik, a Finnish and British national, has lived in London since 1987.  Harri worked for JPMorgan investment Bank in London 1988 – 2006 as Managing Director and Co-Head of Nordic Investment Banking Team; and thereafter for Bank of America Merrill Lynch in 2006 – 2016 as Head of Nordic Investment Banking and Vice-Chairman for Global Investment Banking. Harri focussed on Mergers and Acquisitions and Capital raising in his investment banking years, with most of his transactions in the technology sector. Harri is currently Board member and advisor for multiple technology companies in the Nordic region and in the UK. Among others, Harri serves as Executive Chairman for cybersecurity company XXLSEC Oy.

XXLSEC Oy is a Finland based cybersecurity technology development company, which has focussed on developing secure communication platforms and solutions for multiple use domains, starting with critical infrastructure at the most demanding level, secure private networks and sophisticated communication devices. Taking “zero trust” philosophy as the foundational cornerstone, XXLSEC has introduced a number of innovative solutions to meet the requirement for secure communication of the increasingly complex world of 24/7 communication.

Sauli Pahlman, Head Of Business Development at National Cyber Security Centre FI

Sauli Pahlman is a director at the Finnish National Cyber Security Centre. Before his leadership positions he specialized in several tech-intensive areas of cyber security, such as reverse engineering, software development, OT/IT operations, data analytics and cyber security evaluations of cryptographic products. He still occasionally tinkers with software and hardware to understand what makes them tick. At NCSC-FI he leverages his cyber-risk, innovation management and cyber security experience to provide direction for the NCSC-FI’s forward-looking activities as well as the project management office. In addition to her work at NCSC-FI, he serves as an advisor for Cyblem, a provider for national cyber capability ramp up projects for large corporations, nations and cooperatives.


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