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Past events of 2017
MISP is an advanced platform for sharing, storing and correlating Indicators of Compromises from attacks and cyber security threats. Discover how MISP is used today in multiple organisations. Not only to store, share, collaborate on malware, but also to use the IOCs to detect and prevent attacks. The objective of the summit is openly discuss about the current usage of MISP, the future developments and the integration with the overall security ecosystems. Everyone interested (developers, contributors, users and future users) in the MISP platform is welcome.
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Participants of the conference “Data Protection in Social Science Research”, which was hosted at LISER on 17th October, discussed the challenges that the data protection regulation imposes on research, but also identified a number of opportunities that the new law brings.
Hack.lu is an open convention/conference where people can discuss about computer security, privacy, information technology and its cultural/technical implication on society. It's the 13th edition (17-19 October 2017) of hack.lu in Luxembourg.
Making career can be learned, and effective methods are usually easier than you think. The "Cyber Talent Day 2017" provides a comprehensive overview of opportunities for career optimization and career development in the digital area. Specialists from some of the major employers of the Greater Region will hold lectures around the theme of career; Successful career making starts now!
skills, education, jobs
In today’s digital age, cybersecurity threats come from every direction, and criminals are finding new holes to exploit, due to the proliferation of apps, websites, and devices.
Les 18 et 19 octobre 2017, la CNPD a organisé deux sessions d'information sur le nouveau règlement général sur la protection des données. Presque 500 représentants d'entreprises, administrations publiques, associations et indépendants ont été sensibilisés lors des deux journées.
We (the hack.lu team) observe that many people and organisations create open source software to support their security activities, ranging from reverse engineering, digital forensic, incident response (DFIR), threat analysis to network security. Many of the security tools are developed on a long-term commitment and they provide viable solutions to improve security globally.
data protection, privacy, best practices
In just two years, the PwC Cybersecurity Day has become a recognised event in Luxembourg’s business calendar. Its objective is to foster exchanges between players from the private and public sector in order to work together at national level in the area of cybersecurity, put forward next-generation solutions to fight cyberattacks and, last but not least, to promote the development of cybersecurity in order to meet key European and international challenges.
Defending any decent-sized organization is extremely difficult; you have to keep the business up and running while also making sure that attackers will not be able to reach the crown-jewels, and you have to do it in a way that makes your C-level executives, managers and users happy. BSides Luxembourg is a conference that is 100% dedicated to defense, inspiring discussions and knowledge exchange among the participants, whether they are from red or blue team side. Each BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members. The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. It creates opportunities for individuals to both present and participate in an intimate atmosphere that encourages collaboration. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. It is where conversations for the next-big-thing are happening.
An introduction to Luxembourg’s start-up ecosystem will be followed by an overview of the C3 concept and an update on the ongoing initiatives at SECURITYMADEIN.LU
Join us for a friendly and cozy moment with all the actors of the Luxembourg security ecosystem and the participants of the week. There will be some good music and food, some great speeches and the winners of 5 Awards will be revealed - CISO of the Year ; Thesis of the Year (by CLUSIL) ; Most promising companies (by PwC and by the public) ; Hack.lu Capture The Flag award.
Au cœur de la cybersecurity week, qui s’est tenue du 16 au 21 octobre 2017, Excellium a proposé un événement dédié au SecDevOps et qui a réuni 70 participants.