Nordic Chambers Business Forum 2020: Cyber risk in a digitised world

In digitising business processes and offerings, the business community faces challenges in preventing illegal access to sensitive information. Cyber attacks against businesses are hardly new, but are becoming increasingly common, and potentially impose great costs when dealt with. The necessity to understand the extent of cyber risks has therefore never been greater for established businesses and start-ups alike.

What can we learn from others, and what do we need to do to ensure business continuity and cyber security? This forum brings together a mix of experts, regulators, businesses having faced problems and dealt with them, and start-ups with some of the solutions.

Agenda

Welcome
Peter Sandberg, Managing Director, Swedish Chamber of Commerce
Kyrre Haugen, General Manager, Norwegian Chamber of Commerce
Master of Ceremonies Arne Elias Corneliussen, Founder and Chairman, NRCI

Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity risks
Ffion Flockhart, Partner and Global Co-Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Norton Rose Fulbright

Understanding & predicting the risk
In today’s fast developing society, digitalisation is a must for all types of organisation, governmental and private alike, independent of size. But to what extent can the unknown actually damage your organisation? How does one prepare for unforeseen attacks and what are the trends looking at the future?
Bente Hoff, Head of Norwegian National Cyber Security Centre, Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM)
Timo Laaksonen, Vice President, F-Secure
Anders Malmström, CEO, foreseeti
Ragnar Sigurdsson, Co-founder and CEO, AwareGO
Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Technology, Darktrace

Reflections, experience and strategies: How to deal with cyber risk
Cyber risk is a constant danger to any sized organisation’s financial wellbeing and daily operations. But how do multinational companies deal with this continuous threat?
Halvor Molland, Senior Vice President Communication & Public Affairs, Norsk Hydro
Fredrik Torp, Vice President Corporate Security & Resilience and Chief Security Officer, Vattenfall

About the forum

The Nordic Chambers’ Business Forum is a meeting place for Nordic-British business, and a platform for discussion on topics relevant to our regions. For a number of years, it has brought together the communities of the Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish Chambers of Commerce in London.

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Speakers

Arne Elias Corneliussen

Arne Elias Corneliussen
Founder and Chairman, NRCI

Ffion Flockhart

Ffion Flockhart
Partner and Global Co-Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Norton Rose Fulbright

Bente Hoff

Bente Hoff
Head of Norwegian National Cyber Security Centre, Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM)

Timo Laaksonen

Timo Laaksonen
Vice President, F-Secure

Anders Malmstöm

Anders Malmstöm
CEO, foreseeti

Halvor Molland

Halvor Molland
Senior Vice President Communication & Public Affairs, Norsk Hydro

Ragnar Sigurdsson

Ragnar Sigurdsson
Co-founder and CEO, AwareGO

Fredrik Torp

Fredrik Torp
Vice President Corporate Security & Resilience and Chief Security Officer, Vattenfall

Andrew Tsonchev

Andrew Tsonchev
Director of Technology, Darktrace

Nordic Chambers Business Forum 2020: Cyber risk in a digitised world

5 November, 3:00pm - 4:30pm

Virtual, London

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