30 März 2022

14:00 - 17:00

Webinar

Ansprechpartner

Dana Milena Enss

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über die Veranstaltung

  • About the webinar
  • Programme

Last december, the European Parliament adopted its negotiating position on the revision of the directive on the security of network and information systems. The directive should protect companies, but it should also be practical and doable. Whereas digitization advances European business processes, businesses also find themselves in an ever-evolving maze of regulations, rules and laws. Businesses are expected to continue to take steps to ensure compliance by dedicating adequate attention and resources to data protection and privacy security. ICC considers it essential that businesses and governments have a shared understanding of how to conceptualise cybersecurity risks, targets, impacts, and responses, including national and international laws and norms. While governments and business have different roles in addressing cybersecurity, they are mutually reinforcing.

This webinar will address how businesses can protect themselves when nearly everything is expressed in data. The experts will approach the subject from different perspectives: the vision of the EU Parliament, the angle of private sector and the legal argument. The need to explore strategies for addressing, and thus avoiding, privacy breaches before they occur remains critical What is a solid legal basis to share cybersecurity data to help prevent cyberattacks and ransomware? The experts will discuss the most prominent cybersecurity threats and how to recognise ‘red flags.’ This webinar will provide important insights in what to expect about common cybersecurity rules in all EU countries and how to implement them and monitor them, thereby promoting cyber resilience, safeguarding data, protecting businesses and keeping online society and economy secure.

Speakers
Bart Groothuis, Member of the European Parliament, Strasbourg
Wilhelm Dolle, Head of Cyber Security, KPMG AG, Berlin
Edwin Franse, Company Information Security Officer, Van Oord, Rotterdam
Christian Prickaerts, Director Managed Services, FOX-IT, Delft
Corinna Schulze, Director, EU Government Relations, Digital Government, SAP SE, Brussels    

Who is this webinar for? Corporate lawyers, in-house counsel, legal and compliance officers, bankers and risk managers.

How can I register? To register use the registration form below (click here for English). The dial-in details will be sent to you separately.

Questions? Feel free to contact Dana: dana.enss@iccgermany.de

Participation is free of charge.

14.00

Welcome and introduction
By Oliver Wieck, Secretary-General of ICC Germany

14:10
EU Parliament wants to better protect Europeans and businesses against growing cyber threats
The Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive is the first piece of EU-wide legislation on cybersecurity. The aim is to strengthen the security requirements, address the security of supply chains, streamline reporting obligations and introduce more stringent supervisory measures and stricter enforcement requirements, including harmonised sanctions across the EU. Parliament continues to work on cybersecurity legislation. The proposed expansion of the scope of NIS2 would assist in increasing the level of cybersecurity in Europe.
By Bart Groothuis, Member of the European Parliament, Strasbourg

Practical considerations from a company perspective on NIS2, data protection & privacy and law enforcement
Outlook on NIS2, how are we preparing for this new legislation, what are the challenges ahead and how are syncing it with data protection compliance. What about other developments e.g. in the area of law enforcement? How will this be taken into account?
By Corinna Schulze, Director, EU Government Relations, Digital Government, SAP SE, Brussels 

BREAK

The impact of due diligence, privacy compliance and ever evolving technology on businesses explained
The rapid growth of a world based largely on electronic communications only emphasizes the importance of digital storage of confidential information. As the need to protect data while protecting your business intensifies, data privacy regimes become the norm. Time for our experts to have a conversation with practical examples from real life situations.
By Edwin Franse, Company Information Security Officer, Van Oord, Rotterdam

Cyber security and cyber risk management of the future-what’s in it for critical infrastructures?
The NIS Directive was implemented in Germany in 2015 by the Federal IT Security Act. One of the aims was to increase capacities in the field of cyber security. Now with more than six years of practical implementation and audit experience we want to share insights into the current cyber security threat situation, the development of attack scenarios and an outlook on possible future developments with focus on critical infrastructure protection.
By Wilhelm Dolle, Head of Cyber Security, KPMG AG, Berlin

How to prevent computer hacking, database disruption and privacy leaks with ongoing advancements in technology?
EU businesses are already investing 41% less than companies in the US. There should be a solid legal basis to share cybersecurity data to help prevent cyberattacks. Tackling large-scale data breach networks is predicted to have the biggest impact on eroding privacy leaks in 2022.
By Christian Prickaerts, Director Managed Services, FOX-IT, Delft

16.45

Q&A
Moderator: Pip N. Smits, Attorney at Law, Coordinator Seminars & Events, ICC Netherlands

17.00

Conclusion

Who is this webinar for? Corporate lawyers, in-house counsel, legal and compliance officers, bankers and risk managers.

How can I register? To register use the registration form below (click here for English). The dial-in details will be sent to you separately.

Questions? Feel free to contact Dana: dana.enss@iccgermany.de

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