Organisations are increasingly confronted with cybercrime. Companies and government institutions are often more vulnerable than they think, which allows cybercriminals to paralyse networks or steal confidential data. For example, the Belgian government was recently the victim of a break-in on its computer network and aircraft manufacturer ASCO in Zaventem was once down for weeks after a cyber attack.
It is therefore important for companies to protect themselves as well as possible against these kinds of attacks. With this in mind, Flanders Make organises a free webinar on Thursday 24 June from 11 a.m. in which we help companies to take steps to increase their cyber security.
First, we discuss the importance of good cybersecurity. We share our experience in setting up our own online project platform, and which lessons we learned from it. Then, two Flemish companies with expertise in cybersecurity, LSEC and PwC, will share their experiences on how to deal with attacks on the office and machine park environment and which steps you can take to protect your organisation against them. Finally, they will also discuss the financial support possibilities offered by the government to SMEs in Flanders.
|11h00||Introduction||Linda Corstjens, PR & Communication Manager, Flanders Make|
|11h05||Experiences from attacks within office and machine park environments||Vito Rallo, Director, PwC
Ulrich Seldeslachts, CEO, LSEC
The importance of cybersecurity in the I3ot-project
Steven Kauffmann, Project Manager, Flanders Make
|11h45||Support measures from Flanders - VLAIO and ERDF - in CyberSecurity for Flemish SMEs||
Stef Heylen, Manager, PwC