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3rd Tri-national Cybersecurity Days “SOCIAL MEDIA & IDENTITY”

Exchange & Discuss
13:30 Drop In
14:00 Welcome
by Competence Center Cybersecurity
Bettina Schneider
Petra Maria Asprion
14:30 Trinational View
3 talks on current cybersecurity topics by guest speakers from France, Germany and Switzerland
CH: How your publicly available company data open doors for hackers!
DE: Using Social Media as a company? Be sure you are aware of the resulting in data protection obligations!
Andreas Wisler, Managing Director of goSecurity AG

Simon Apel & Alexander Stolz , SZA Schilling, Zutt & Anschütz Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
16:30 Closing Networking Apero
Social Media: Security & Compliance Check
09:30 – Drop-In & Breakfast
09:30:00 – 12.00: Interactive Check-Up
How can you effectively spot and fight social engineering attacks?

Sarka Pekarova, Security Consultant at Dreamlab Technologies AG and public speaker. She loves sharing her practical experience on social engineering, physical intrusions and deception. Learn how social engineering is connected to social media, how you can spot attacks and how your company can professionally deal with it.
12:00 – 13:30 Networking Lunch
13:30 – 15.30: Interactive Check-Up
Option 1 (German language): Datenschutz im Online-B2B-Marketing inkl. Social Media

Luca Stäuble, Rechtsanwalt bei Kellerhals Carrard in Zürich gestaltet seinen Workshop rund um: Datenschutzerklärung und Cookie-Banner, Impressum und Newsletter-Versand, Wahrnehmung von Betroffenenrechten, Anforderungen an die Ausgestaltung von Kooperationen mit Drittanbietern im In- und Ausland
Emerging Techs: Digital Identity
09:45 – Drop-In
10:00 – 12.00: Workshops & Talks around Digital Identity Solutions
Talk 1:
Blockchain-based Digital Identities – A view from Applied Research
Prof. Dr. Tim Weingärtner, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
Talk 2:
The future of identities – combining privacy and security
Roger Halbheer, Chief Security Advisor for C-level Executives at Microsoft
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