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Welcome to Norwegian Business Forum on cyber security

330 experts on ICT security gather in Gjøvik this autumn. 4 October cyber security will be on the agenda when we invite you to Norwegian Business Forum.

Welcome to Business Forum - ICT and Cyber Security

When: 4 October 2018, 1300-1730 (a small lunch will be served from 1200)

Where: NTNU Gjøvik, Teknologivegen 22, Gjøvik, Norway

Link to a map of the NTNU campus showing where the meeting will take place.

Deadline for registration: Tuesday 2 October, 0900

Registration (the deadline to register is reached)

"Norwegian businesses appear to be less resistant to threats in the digital space," said the head of strategic cyber security at the National Security Authority (NSM), Bente Hoff, in April this year. She points out that NSM has coordinated the handling of major and more serious events than in the past year. 

At the Norwegian Business Forum October 4, she will address the challenges and solutions related to cyber security seen with Norwegian eyes. 

State Secretary Thor Kleppen from the Ministry of Justice will tell about the Norwegian government's strategy for ICT security, and Bjarte Malmedal from NorSIS will comment on how the culture in Norway is for cyber security. 

Lars Idland, responsible for information security in Equinor (formerly known as Statoil), will talk about cyber security challenges in the oil and gas industry, while Hanne Tangen Nilsen, VP of Safety in Telenor Norway, will talk about Telenor's work on infrastructure security. 

"Norway is one of the most digitized countries in the world, and as a company we have a central role in contributing to protection. But we cannot do it alone", she says. 

And just cooperation and openness is the key to the international meeting that takes place in the days before the Norwegian Business Forum. 330 experts in ICT security from 54 countries meet to develop new (and revise existing) international standards for ICT security, a necessary contribution to the security of a world that is becoming increasingly digital. 

The experts are members of the International Standardization Committee ISO / IEC JTC 1 / SC 27IT Security Techniques, and several of them will contribute to the Business Forum on October 4.

Agenda

1300 Welcome and Open Remarks
Kjersti Bjørnstad, Oppland Fylkeskommune/County

Welcome to Norway
Jacob Mehus, CEO, Standards Norway

Introduction to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27 IT Sequrity techniques 
Dr. Andreas Wolf (Committee Chair)
  ICT Security Strategy of the Norwegian Government
Thor Kleppen Sættem, State Secretary, The Ministry of Justice and Public Security

Cyber Security – what are the challenges and how to overcome them (from a Norwegian point of view)
Bente Hoff, Head of Strategic Cyber Security, The Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM) 
  Cyber security challenges within the Oil & Gas Industry
Lars Idland, Vice President Information Technology, Equinor ASA
1440 Break - coffee
  Information Security Management Systems for cyberspace applications
Prof. Edward Humphreys, Convenor, Working Group 1 Information security management systems SC 27 
  How can international standards improve the cyber security?
Dr. Xuebing Zhou, Cyber Security and Privacy Lab, Huawei
  Cyber Ranges as Innovation and Standardization Platform for Cyber Security
Prof Dr. Stewart  Kowalski, Norwegian Cyber Range, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

The Telenor Norway security way of doing things - protecting infrastructure
Hanne Tangen Nilsen, Chief Security Officer, Telenor Norway
1600 Break - coffee
  Cyber security system evaluation and testing
Miguel Banon, Convenor, Working Group 3, Security evaluation, testing and specification

The Norwegian culture of cyber security
Bjarte Malmedal, Senior advisor, The Norwegian Center for Information Security, NorSIS
  Q&A, Panel discussion
Panel discussion on the need for international standards on ICT and Cyber security

Closing Remarks
1730 End of seminar

The agenda may be subject to changes.

 

Host:   In relation to:        
             
Standards Norway   ISO logo        
             
Co-organizers:            
NTNU Gjøvik   Microsoft   Equinor   Telenor
             
Difi logo
    Oppland County Council
    Huawei
     

Last updated: 2018-10-03