TAKING CYBERSPHERE TO THE NEXT LEVEL
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  March 18th 2019
08:00 Registration and refreshments
08:45 THE ECONOMIST’S FORECAST ON CYBER
Opening the digital frontier

John Andrews, consultant editor, The Economist
09:00
MOVING TOWARDS THE NEXT CYBER ERA: WHAT TO EXPECT?
▪ Paving the way for the future: government – building a national policy 

Mariya Gabriel, commissioner for the digital economy and society (recorded message)

Nikos Pappas, minister of digital policy, telecommunications and media, Greece
Anna Michelle Asimakopoulou, MP, head of the digital policy, telecommunications and media sector, New Democracy
Rami Efrati, former head of the Civilian Division, Israel National Cyber Bureau- prime minister’s office
09:30Discussion
10:00
PREPARING FOR THE CYBER CHALLENGES: NOW AND BEYOND

Aidan Ryan, head, office of the policy unit, legal officer, European Union Agency for Network and Information Society (ENISA) 
Kyriakos Pierrakakis, director of research, diaNEOsis
Nimrod Kozlovski, partner, Herzog Fox & Neeman law firm
Yannis Sirros, director-general, Federation of Hellenic ICT Enterprises (SEPE), deputy chairman, WITSA
10:30Discussion
10:50Coffee break
11:20
THE IMPACT OF CYBER IN SECTORS OF THE GREEK ECONOMY
  • Cyber security from threat to opportunity

Maritime-Tourism-Logistics-Telecom

Konstantinos Megas
, executive director business security & continuity, OTE Group 
Dimitris Tsapoulis, COO, Signal group
Ioannis Damianosfounder, president and managing director, LINK Technologies
Itai Green, founder and CEO, Innovate Israel
11:50Discussion
12:10
TODAY’S RESEARCH IS TOMORROW’S TECHNOLOGY
From the lab to the business field: making the most of academic research
Harvesting the seeds of the future: a glimpse into the hidden laboratories

Konstantinos Kokkalis, board member, Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV)
Dan Blumberg
, vice-president, industry and regional development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU)
Katerina Pramatari, founding partner, Uni.Fund, associate professor, department of management science & technology, Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB)

The business perspective
Isidoros Sideridis, CEO, Pobuca

Moderator:
Ram Aviram, ambassador (ret), lead consultant, BIT Consultancy
12:50Discussion
13:10
THE “HIDDEN CORNERS”: UNRAVELLING NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Next generation security platforms: moving beyond proxies
E-sports: not just games but a booming business
 New is the new old. Cyber-threat trends in 2019

Defending Greek borders - The technology that will win
Vassilis Kikilias, MP, head of national defence sector, New Democracy, former minister of public order and citizen protection

Andreas Derdemezis, technopreneur & Veteran Gamer
Leonidas Panagopoulos, technical director, presales services, ENCODE
13:40Discussion
14:00
THE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS BOARDROOM VIEW ON CYBER
The digitalization of banks: what is it all about?
▪ The cyber insurance weapon in the cyber security battlefield

Stavroula Kampouridou, FinTech adviser to the governor, Bank of Greece
George Tsinos, chief information security officer (CISO), Ethniki Insurance Company
14:20Discussion
14:40
CYBER CRISIS MANAGEMENT: IS THERE A WAY OUT?
Are the Crisis Management Teams going to save the CEOs?
Dealing with hackers: should we negotiate with them?

John Fokker, head of cyber investigations, McAfee Advanced Threat Research 
Marianna Pyrgioti, co-founder, DOME consulting firm
Christos Onoufriou, CEO, Odyssey Cybersecurity
15:00Discussion
15:20
Networking luncheon
16:30End of conference 

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