Keeping up with Cyber Security

Wed 12. May 2021 at 10:30 - 11:30

Virtual doors will open 10.25 CEST (Swiss time)

Online (zoom)

Prevention is the most important and effective form of protection against cyber-attacks, but prevention alone is no longer enough. Nowadays companies and individuals need to assume that they will be attacked, so they have to develop a strategy for incident detection and response.

The same way we budget our car or home insurances, we need to reshape our thinking about our annual budgets for cyber security. Are your protection measures up to date and are you aware of new attack methods? Our guest speakers observe the trends and challenges, pool expert knowledge to provide an overview of the threat status and make educated guesses of its development directions in Switzerland and Europe. This webinar gives an overview of threatening cyber risks and potential hazards.


Chamber of Commerce Finland-Switzerland is pleased to invite you to the webinar
"Keeping up with Cyber Security"
That will be held online on
Wednesday 12 May 2021 at 10.30 (CEST)

Language:
English

Registration closes: 10th of May.
Access link will be sent to all registered guests on the 11th of May.

Members of CCFS / HKFS - free of charge
Nordic Chambers & Partners CHF 10.00
Non-Members CHF 20.00

Guest Speakers:
Dr Teemu Tunkelo, CEO, SSH Communications Security
Markus Mächler, Cybercrime Investigator, Kantonspolizei Zürich


PROGRAMME of the 60-minute WEBINAR

Part I -
Dr Teemu Tunkelo, CEO of SSH Communications Security
- what it takes to be secured an individual at home and as a company?
- how should cyber security be considered in annual budget and how to keep up with changes?
- real life examples

Part II –
Markus Mächler, Cybercrime investigator,Kantonspolizei Zürich
- cybercrime and the pandemic
- major pitfalls - new and old forms of digital crime
- effective countermeasures for recognising attacks and what to do in case of damage
- what the police does and does not do

About Keynote Speakers
Dr Teemu Tunkelo, CEO of SSH Communications Security, is a Finnish citizen living in Switzerland whose career path started in R&D Engineer department of Nokia almost a decade before World Wide Web announced that it was for everybody in 1993. Teemu has held various product, quality and technical manager positions in global companies. He is specialised in IoT, Industrial Internet, Industry 4.0, big data, automation technology, remote preventive and predictive control and maintenance systems. SSH.com is a small but dedicated cybersecurity shop with over 25 years of experience in safeguarding mission-critical data in transit, in use and for leading organisations around the world. SSH.com is trusted by more than 3000 leading companies worldwide including Walmart, SAP, Disney, Western Union and SWISS.

Markus Mächler - Cybercrime investigator at Kantonspolizei Zürich is a biologist with data science background (MSc UZH). He used to work in brain research and then decided to take on a career at the police. After four years of police officer duties, he started to work in the cybercrime competence centre of Zurich in 2015 as a cybercrime investigator with a focus on crypto currencies and cyber security. He is a cryptocurrency enthusiast and currently he is leading the cryptocurrency team in Zurich investigating cases of cybercrime and creating and evaluating tools for fighting cybercrime. He is a public speaker with the mission to rise awareness of cyber threats and actions to be taken if it happens to you.

The “Keeping up with Cyber Security” webinar is part of the “Broaden Horizons” Member Webinar series designed to bring together our Chambers Members, prospects and experts in different fields linked to business and trade with the purpose of sharing knowledge, expertise, and inspiration. The Webinar is hosted by the Chamber of Commerce Finland-Switzerland, www.handelskammer-fin.ch. Please contact mirjam@hkfs.ch for more information.

Buy ticket

Organiser

Handelskammer Finnland Schweiz

Phone: +41787814114

E-mail: sekretariat@handelskammer-fin.ch