ENISA Telecom & Digital Infrastructure Security Forum 2024

On the 15th of May, 09:30 -18: 00 Helsinki time, ENISA organises the 2024 edition of the Telecom & Digital Infrastructure Security Forum in Helsinki, Finland

ENISA Telecom & Digital Infrastructure Security Forum 2024
May 15, 2024 from 09:30 AM to 06:00 PM
Helsinki, Finland

This is a purely physical event.  

Registrations are closed

Venue: Helsinki Oodi Library, Maijansali room, 

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About the Conference

ENISA organises the 2024 edition of the Telecom and Digital Infrastructure Security Forum which will be held on 15th May 2024 in Helsinki, Finland. In a period where a series of policy changes and new technological challenges arise, the need for interaction and coordination within the cybersecurity community is evident. In the upcoming forum presentations, discussions and interactions will be structured in three main pillars:

* on the impending changes that new policies such as the NIS2 and the CRA will bring in the telecom landscape;

* on the existing threat landscape and the cybersecurity operational challenges that telecom and digital infrastructure actors tackle with;

* on the technological breakthroughs in the domains of space and AI and how they may impact in the future the telecom and digital infrastructure.

Join Us!

Participation is open to all and free of charge upon mandatory registration. Consider your participation confirmed upon receipt of a confirmation email from [email protected]


09:00- Registration and Coffee

09:30 - Welcome statements and keynote speeches

Laura Eiro, Director-General, Dat a, Safety and Security Department, Ministry of Transport and Communications

Erka Koivunen, Chief Information Security Officer, Finavia - Short History of Secure and Private Communications 

Volodymir Lutchenko, Chief Technology Officer, Kyivstar

10:20 - EU policy on the cybersecurity of 5G networksMelanie Scheidt, Policy officer - DG CNECT European Commission

10:40 - Coffee break

Threat landscape and challenges in telecoms and digital infrastructure

11:00 - Cybersecurity Trends in Digital Infrastructure, Ilias Bakatsis, Cybersecurity Expert ENISA

11:20 - Panel discussion:  Smishing-is it a real threat? How to protect?                                                        The Finnish case

Panelists: Klaus Nieminen-Traficom, Jukka Pietarinen- ELISA, Ilka Tuominen-DNA, Sakari Tuominen - National Bureau of Investigation Finland

Moderator: Georgia Bafoutsou- ENISA 

12:15 -The ET-ISAC Telco Security Landscape 2024, Rolf Hauge - Head of Security Advisory in Telenor, Chairman, Information Security Working Group ETIS

12:40 - Securing the Internet’s Backbone - Exploring RPKIJad El Cham- RIPE

13:00 - Lunch break

Telecom Policy Landscape

14:30 - All you need to know about recent policies  

Interview with Boryana Hristova-Ilieva, European Commission

by Evangelos Kantas - ENISA

14:50 - Panel discussion: What is the impact of the new policy landscape for telecoms and DI? What is next to come? 

Panelists: Paolo Grassia - ETNO, Patrick Palm - Ericsson, Alexandre de Oliveira - POST LU, Jaako Wallenius - ELISA, Nicolò Rivetti di Val Cervo - Senior Officer -National Cybersecurity Agency, Italy

Moderator: Marnix Dekker - ENISA

15:40 - Security Needs of Mobile as a Bell shape: from 5G Standalone to 4G-2G legacy, Philippe Langlois - P1sec

16:00 - Coffee break

Emerging technologies and their impact on telecom & digital infrastructure security

16:30 - AI/ML security in mobile telecommunication networks, 

Patrik Teppo, Senior Expert Security Architecture, Group Function Technology, Ericsson

16:50 - Security operations with GenAIFlorian Damas-NOKIA

17:10 - How AI will boost our Cyber Security - A proximus visionFabrice Clement - Proximus

Closing keynote and Q&A

17:40 - Update on ENISA current and future work, Marnix Dekker - ENISA

18.00 - Cocktail Reception @ FARANG Restaurant, Arkadiankatu 6, 00100 Helsinki

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