Network Security and Resilience, and the fight against evolving (D)DoS Challenges will be treated with the pragmatic and technical angle that underpins the event’s success.
On November 15 & 16, the event is back in its original format that has made it a must event for the IT and ICT professionals of the Greater Region and beyond. The Luxembourg Internet Days 2022 will for the ninth year in a row address key topics related to the Internet security challenges.
Sharing the know-how to improve expertise and increase the ecosystem’s ability to resist or recover!
Open to IT, ICT and OT (Operational Technology) decision makers from all sectors (banking, industry, health, telecom, critical sectors, etc.), this edition will gather them all around experts to discuss ways to strive against the pressure of increasing threats and time-consuming verifications whilst effectively and efficiently protecting their organizations.
This edition will be the place for all IT & ICT decision makers to get more familiar with SWG (Secure Web Gateways), SIEM (security information and event management systems), SOAR (Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response, XDR (eXtended detection and response), NIPS/NIDS (network intrusion prevention/detection systems), back up methodologies, (D)DoS ((Distributed) Denial of Service) attack mitigation, risks and solutions, monitoring, and more.
With the opportunity to listen to experts during the conferences, to share with them during the multiple interactive workshops and networking sessions, or to visit over 50 exhibitors in the Expo area, IT & ICT decision makers will have the best chances to find most efficient solutions to their everyday challenges.
Luxembourg, the European Commission and the USA moving in the same direction
Because European cyber sovereignty can be compatible with constructive collaboration with leading partners, after Japan & Korea, Canada, Estonia, and France, the Luxembourg Internet Days has invited the USA to be the “Partner Country” of this edition.
On top of the Luxembourg Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel and its Minister delegate for Digitalisation, Marc Hansen, several transatlantic or European speakers have already confirmed their presence for keynotes.
A sign of trust, the event, always organised by LU-CIX ASBL, is already supported by Cybersecurity Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, the European Commission, the SMC Ministry of State, the Ministry of the Economy and sponsors like EMIOS, LuxNetwork, POST, Telindus, Kappa Data, LuxConnect, and Radware among others.
For those who don’t want to miss this unique opportunity to join the most professional event from the sector for the sector, you just have to register from now for free as a visitor at https://www.luxembourg-internet-days.com/, or contact the organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a visibility package/s.