September 5 it´s time for Cyber Security Industry Day with the North European Cyber Security Cluster (NECC) in Karlskrona, Sweden. Event host is Blue Science Park. Welcome to network and listen to speakers in the field of cyber security!

SEPTEMBER 4: NECC BOARD MEETING

On September 4, we welcome all NECC council members to the internal NECC board meeting. Council member of NECC and want to register for the board meeting on September 4? Register here.

SEPTEMBER 5: CYBER SECURITY INDUSTRY DAY

Venue: Blekinge Institute of Technology, Valhallavägen 1, 371 41 Karlskrona.
GPS 56°10’56.6″N 15°35’25.9″E

The day will cover both the European, national and regional perspective in terms of cyber security.

PROGRAM:

8.30-9.00 Registration and coffee
9-9.15 Welcome and introduction
Mårten Holmberg, Business Developer, Blue Science Park
9.15-9.45 IT security regulation and international trade
Heidi Lund, Senior Advisor, National Board of Trade Sweden
9.45-10.15 Swedish Parliament and Defense perspective
Annicka Engblom, Member of Swedish Parliament
10.15-10.45 Standards from a business perspective
Kim Hindart, CSO, City Network
10.45-11.00 Short brake 
11-11.30 IOT and 5G
Speaker to be confirmed
11.30-12.00 Implementation monitoring system in an IT large enterprise
Speaker to be confirmed
12.00-12.45 Lunch
12.45-13.15 Current and coming cyber security research
Kurt Tutschku, Professor, Blekinge Institute of Technology
13.15-13.45 Security analysis in the industry
Martin Jartelius, CSO, Outpost 24
13.45-14.15 Coffee
14.15-14.30 Local pitches

14.30-15.00 Panel discussion
15.00-15.30 Wrapup and goodbye
Juha Remes, FISC and Mårten Holmberg, Blue Science Park

SPEAKERS:

 

Annicka Engblom, Member of Swedish Parliament
Annicka has a background in the Swedish Royal Navy, before working for the Swedish Defence Radio Establishment, a civil agency and part of the Swedish Intelligence. She then worked for Blekinge Institute of Technology, before being elected Member of Swedish Parliament in 2006 as a representative for the County of Blekinge. She has, among other things, led a commission on Research and Innovation, been a Member in the Committee on Defence including Cybersecurity, and a member of the Nordic Council, where she handles issues concerning Defence and Cyber Security Cooperation. She is at present Member of the Committee on Constitution, and Deputy Member of the Committee on Defence.

Heidi Lund, Senior Adviser, National Board of Trade
Heidi is an experienced adviser and trainer for executive level in industry, trade, government, EU institutions and national administrations in emerging economies, in the field of implementation and enforcement of technical regulations, standards, conformity assessment procedures and market surveillance. Heidi authored the report ‘The Cyber Effect: The implications of IT security regulation on international trade”. The report explores the ways regulation of IT security has a bearing on international trade and market access. Her other recent work includes technical barriers to trade (EU/WTO), EU standardisation policy, international regulatory cooperation (UNECE, OECD) and regulatory aspects in EU free trade agreements (TTIP in particular). Heidi has also extensive experience in trade-related capacity building and she has delivered technical assistance in the field of the development of National Quality Infrastructure in nearly thirty countries.

Kim Hindart, CSO and Data Protection Officer,
City Network

Kim participate as a developer in different Open Source projects – Symbian, Android, OpenSSH and OpenStack. He has a long background working with Cyber Security and lately that has evolved into Compliance. As a Compliance specialist he translates legal and regulatory requirements into practical operational and technical requirements.

 

Kurt Tutschku, professor, Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH)
Kurt is  professor for telecommunication systems at Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Blekinge Institute of Technology. His research interest include future generation networks, Cloud systems and the new European edition of the Next Generation Internet (NGI). In particular he focuses on architecture design, network virtualisation, algorithms for network operation and design, Cloud service design, QoE, P2P systems, performance and network management, as well as network security and data privacy.

 

Martin Jartelius, CSO, Outpost24
With a security consulting background, Martin oversees every aspect of security at Outpost24. Martin has a background in IT Forensics, penetration testing and audits, and today manages a global team of penetration testers and web application analysts to continually monitor and support organizations, including some of the world’s largest banks, media companies and online retailers out of the Karlskrona headquarters.

 

 

TRAVEL OPTIONS

Train
Nearest train station is Bergåsa, a 10 minute walk from the venues (or Karlskrona C, which is a 10 minute walk from the hotels). Train from Copenhagen to Bergås is every hour, and takes around 3 hours. Tickets: https://www.oresundstag.se/

Car
Takes around 3 hours from Copenhagen, via the bridge: https://www.oresundsbron.com/en/start

Air travel
Nearest airport is Ronneby (RNB), about 25 minutes from the venues by taxi. There are two airlines going from/to Stockholm (FlygBra from Bromma BMA, and SAS from Arlanda ARN).
Tickets:
https://www.sas.se/
https://www.flygbra.se/

Flights e.g.
Vilnius-RNB (via ARN) Wed 7.00-9.10, return Thu 16.20-21.30
Riga-RNB (via ARN) Tue 18.30-22.35, return Thu 16.20-21.50
Tallin-RNB (via ARN) Tue 21.00-22.35, return Thu 16.20-20.30
Helsinki-RNB (via ARN) Wed 6.05-9.10, return Thu 16.20-20.25. Alternatively via BMA 06.15-09.25
Oslo-RNB (via ARN) Wed 6.05-9.10, return Thu 16.20-19.20

Ferry e.g.
Klaipeda-Karlshamn
21.00-09.00, return 19.00-09.00 (Around 45 minutes from the venues by taxi)
Tickets

Gdynia-Karlskrona 21.00-07.30, return 21.00-09.00 (Around 45 minutes from the venues by taxi)
Tickets

HOTELS

Scandic Karlskrona
Clarion Karlskrona
Hotel Conrad
First Hotel JA

All hotels are in the city center, 10 minutes by taxi to the venues

ABOUT NECC

The North European Cybersecurity Cluster (NECC) promotes information security and cybersecurity-related cooperation and collaboration in the Northern European region in order to enhance integration into the European Digital Single Market.

The NECC has created a trusted competence network with various tested collaboration models among companies, academia, public sector and end-users. The cluster-type collaboration model is beneficial for all participating stakeholders and supports the EU’s contractual Public Private Partnership (cPPP).
Find out more

Members of NECC are:
Blue Science Park
Center for Defence, Space & Security (CenSec)
Ericsson
Estonian Information Security Association (EISA)
Finnish Information Security Cluster (FISC)
IT Security Association Germany (TeleTrust)
Latvian Information and communications technology association (LIKTA)
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

Contact us
Questions about Cyber Security Industry Day? Contact us at marten.holmberg@bluesciencepark.se 


Please note: Participation at Cyber Security Industry Day is free, however we will charge a fee of SEK 500 in case of no-show.