BCTE - Cybercrime, a global scourge: what action can/should the CA take to reduce the risk?
What action should the Board take to protect itself and ensure business continuity without major damage?
Speaker: Eric Van Cangh
Co-Chairman of the Working Groups
"Cyber standardisation and European regulations" and
"The Cyber Security Coalition brings together public and private players, as well as academics, to join forces in the fight against cybercrime.
Cybercrime is a global societal scourge of the 21st century, costing individuals, businesses and governments billions of euros every year.
"It doesn't just happen to other people!
Your company, your friends and family are all potential victims.
The aim of our round table, which is aimed at company directors and managers, will be to propose cybersecurity solutions to deal with this phenomenon and its various forms.
Eric Van Cangh, in addition to the duties listed above, is also the digital and cybersecurity expert at Agoria, which brings together nearly 2,000 technology companies in the manufacturing, digital and telecommunications sectors, 70% of which are SMEs. He has actively contributed to a number of studies on this subject within Agoria, including "Recommendations for Better Cybersecurity in the Belgian Manufacturing Industry".
Chaussée de la Hulpe 178, 1170 Brussels
GPS address: Drève du Duc 137, 1170 Watermael-Boitsfort
Parking: ring the bell (5+ Bel) at the car park entrance near the CMS blue flags.
Date: Monday 11 December 2023 from 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm
Price: €75 excluding VAT
Free for paid-up members and first-time attendees.
Welcome and introduction of the speaker by Aslam Bakkali
Testimony by speaker Eric Van Cangh
Group discussion based on questions
Questions and answers in plenary
Walking dinner - welcome and cocktail reception hosted by CMS-DeBacker