2nd Telecom Security Forum - Agenda

09:00

Registration and coffee

09:30

Welcome

Evangelos Ouzounis, Head of Policy Development and Implementation Unit,  ENISA

Warna Munzebrock, Chair ENISA group, Dutch radiocommunications agency (AT.nl)

Ahmet Yesilyurt, Co-chair ENISA ECASEC group, German Federal network agency (BundesNetzAgentur.de)

09:45

UA crisis: Observed threats and incidents

Stefano De Crescenzo, Operational situational awareness, ENISA

10:00

Resilience Under Pressure: Perspectives on the Ukrainian Internet in 2022 from RIPE and the RIPE NCC

Chris Buckridge, RIPE Network Coordination Center

10:15

Ukraine Crisis for Telecom: Increased Preparedness and Lessons Learned

Paul Slootmaker, Vice President Monitoring & Reporting, KPN 

10:30

Protecting 5G end-users – a network perspective

Mikko Karikytö, Head of product security, Ericsson

10:45

Coffee break

11:10

NIS2 – the revised NIS Directive

Boryana Hristova-Hlieva, European Commission (CNECT H2)

11:25

Active Cyber Protection - Belgian experiences with an added approach to improving cybersecurity

Pieter Byttebier, International Relations Officer at the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium (CCB)

11:40

What cybersecurity opportunities are there in NIS2 for the telecom sector?

Moderator: Tim Masy, co-chair BEREC 5G ad-hoc group, BIPT (telecom regulator of Belgium)

Panelists:

Evangelos Ouzounis – ENISA, Warna Munzebrock - Dutch Radiocommunications Agency, Rainer Koch - Deutsche Telekom, Javier Villegas-Burgos - Vodafone, Paolo Grassia – ETNO

12:15

5G Security Controls Matrix

Slawomir Bryska - ENISA

12:30

Lunch break

13:30

Open RAN – Facts and fiction in a changing world

John Strand, CEO of Strand Consult

13.45

Open RAN: opportunities versus risks

Moderator: Marnix Dekker, ENISA

Panellists: James Christie - PTS and co-chair of the 5G WS of the NIS Cooperation Group, Mikko Karikytö- Ericsson, Daan Planque-KPN, Sergey Seperovich -CISCO

14.15

Fog computing in 5G – the security challenges

Evangelos Markakis, Hellenic Mediterranean University

14.30

Whole system security challenges in virtualized networks

Alex Leadbeater, BT (British Telecom) Security, Chair ETSI TC CYBER

14:45

Mobile Networks – The Hidden Global Battlefield

Rowland Corr, Director of National Security Intelligence, Enea AdaptiveMobile Security

15.00

Actual security threats and challenges of mobile operators

Alexandre de Oliveira, POST Luxembourg

15:15

Coffee break  

15:35

EU Quantum technologies flagship and the Quantum internet

Jean-François Buggenhout, European Commission, Head of unit DG CNECT – Emerging & Disruptive Technologies

15:50

Why post-quantum cryptography is the way forward for secure communications

Sébastien Kunz-Jacques, Deputy director expertise issues, ANSSI

16:05

Dealing with Flubot: an operator’s experience

Steven Beerens, Investigations Specialist, Proximus

16:20

EU overview of telecom incidents 2021 & ongoing ENISA telecom activities

Georgia Bafoutsou, ENISA

16:30

Discussion – Q/A

17:00

End of the forum.

18:30

Networking cocktail @ Parkside Brasserie -https://www.restoparkside.be/

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