Agenda | SecureTech Congress

Program I edition SecureTech Congress

Common part for BIG DATA & AI: Think Big Congress and SecureTech Congress

9:00 – 9:30 Registration

9:30 – 9:350 Opening of the Congress

  • Dariusz Kacprzyk, Co-Chair of the Advisory Board SecureTech Congress
  • Tomasz Motyl, Chairman of the Advisory Board BIG DATA & AI: Think Big Congress

9:50 – 10:50 Guest of honor speech

9:50 – 10:00 Opening speech

Krzysztof Silicki, Deputy Minister of Digital Affairs for Cybersecurity

10:00 – 10:30 Keynote speech

Ralph Echemendia, The Ethical Hacker, CEO of Seguru

10:30 – 10:50 Speech representative of Ukraine

Prof. Anatoly Maruschak, Director of Institute of Retraining and Professional Development

Block I

10:50 – 11:50 Debate:

„Cyberpark Enigma” – digital future of business in the context of the General Data Protection
Regulation and the role of Country in ensuring cybersecurity.

  • The European directive and national implementations – business in a new reality
  • How to reorganize business – cooperation with regard to developing a strategy of directive implementation
  • Financial penalty is not all. How does damage in terms of image and goodwill cause further losses?
  • An expectation of business, private and scientific sector towards government institutions and their expectation towards private sector – goals, assumptions and long-term plans.
  • How practical people do it? Efficient security of company and customers – holistic approach to cybersecurity


  • Anna Kobylańska, Counsel, Head of IP, New Technologies & Personal Data Protection Legal Practice, PwC Legal Pawłowski Żelaźnicki sp.k.


  • Mariusz Chudy, COO Integrated Solutions
  • Michał Jarski, Vice President EMEA & Asia,Wheel Systems
  • Andrzej Lewiński, President of the Board Jozef Wybicki; Chairman of the Committee for the Protection of Personal Data, Krajowa Izba Gospodarcza
  • Grzegorz Małecki, Former Head of Foreign Intelligence Agency, Director of the Economy and Energy Program, Fundacja im. Kazimierza Pułaskiego
  • Representative Cisco Systems Poland

11:50 – 12:15 1:1 FireChat „Bipolar view of cybersecurity”


  • Adam Lelonek, Editor, CyberDefence24


  • Ralph Echemendia, The Ethical Hacker, CEO of Seguru
  • Michał Jarski, Vice President EMEA & Asia, Wheel Systems

12:15 – 13:00 Networking break

SecureTech Congress

Block II

13:00 – 14:00 Debate:

Communication, building the brand & companies cooperation towards cybersecurity– Right reaction to attack.

  • Chain that leads to system disgrace – how to detect and prevent incidents before they become threat?
  • How to build trust for organizations – managing IT security, new dimension of perception
  • DRP plan– „We’ve been attacked”. How to deal with it?
  • Awareness of management boards as foundation of security –planning impact of an attack, minimizing of demurrage and loss of data
  • PR strategy and communication with stakeholders for companies/ attack victims
  • Cyber expert on the job market- availability, competence, experience. How to solicit and how to train?


  • Adam Lelonek, Editor of the portal


  • Radek Kaczorek, President of the Management Board, IMMUSEC
  • Marcin Motylski, CEO, MITVision
  • Krzysztof Pietraszkiewicz, President, Związek Banków Polskich
  • Paweł Trochimiuk, CEO, Partner of Promotion

14:05 – 14:15 Presentation: Cyber- incidents – how much it costs?

  • Radek Kaczorek, President of the Management Board, IMMUSEC

14:15 – 14:30 Case study: „Facts and myths about GDPR”

  • Michał Kluska, Associate, Domański Zakrzewski Palinka sp.k.
  • dr Bartosz Marcinkowski, Legal Counsel, Partner, Domański Zakrzewski Palinka sp.k.

Block III

14:30 – 14:45 Case study: “Why sociotech is still an effective method of attack. How to Hack a Man?”

  • Jakub Jagielak, Senior Sales Manager / Sales Executive, Atende
  • dr Mirosław Tarasiewicz, Coach

14:45 – 16:00 Debate:

Proactive strategy of security in organization

  • Organization protection – before, during and after attack
    • Red Teaming – realistic approach for safety tests
  • Awareness of companies – Team building at sector and intersectoral level
  • Attack methods, motivations and source of hackers income – how to use hackers for protection against cybercriminals
  • Synergy and information exchange between market subjects – is it possible in times of competition? Cybersecurity standardization with companies varied infrastructure.
  • Multinational cooperation with CERT’s as an answer for APT (Advanced Persistent Threats) attacks


  • Michał Możdzonek, IT Expert


  • Piotr Albrecht, Director of Information Security Department, Warsaw Stock Exchange
  • dr Łukasz Kister, Independent Security Expert, Expert Witness
  • Tomasz Matuła, Director of ICT Infrastructure and Cybersecurity, Orange Polska
  • Stefan Radzimiński, Board Member; General Manager for Technology, Netia
  • Jacek Szczepański, Member Board, Atende

16:00 – 17:00 Lunch

SecureTech Congress

8:30 – 9:00 Registration

9:00 – 9:20 Opening of the 2nd Day of Congress

  • dr Maciej Kawecki, Coordinator of the National Data Protection Reform, Honorary Representative of the Ministry of Digital Affairs

Block I

9:20 – 9:35 Case Study: „Hybrid security environment – response to threats in the era of Cloud Computing”

  • Kamil Bączyk, Vendor (IT Backoffice), G2A.COM
  • Paweł Malita, Head of IT Security (IT Security), G2A.COM

9:35 – 9:45 Presentation: “Logistics and organization of mass events – cyber security of the Olympic Games”

  • Maciej Glama, Security Operations Manager, ATOS

9:45 – 10:00 Presentation: „Is cloud secure? Basic aspects of AWS cloud security.”

  • Tomasz Starzec, Account Manager, Amazon Web Services Poland

10:00 – 10:10 Presentation:

  • Łukasz Bromirski, Chief Technology Officer, Cisco Systems Polska

10:10 – 10:55 Debate:

Technologies as challenges connected with modern and mobile environments protection

  • What conditions do we have and what requirements should system pass to provide comfort for cyber world users?
  • Artificial Intelligence and technology development – innovative solutions or cyber-threats of the future. Is Artificial Intelligence effective „whip” for cybercriminals?
  • Cloud as protection for smaller companies – physical infrastructure transformation
    • Private, public and hybrid cloud – advantages of flexible solutions vs. secure costs


  • Marcin Marciniak, Editor, ITwiz


  • Łukasz Bromirski, Chief Technology Officer, Cisco Systems Polska
  • Francesco Chiarini, Global Cybersecurity Incident Response, PepsiCo*
  • Paweł Dłużewski, Chief Security Officer, Lux Med
  • Maciej Glama, Security Operations Manager, ATOS

Block II

10:55 – 11:10 Presentation Protection Smart City – report

  • Andrzej Sawicki, Pre-Sales Engineer Security/Networking, Trend Micro

11:10 – 11:20 Introductory presentation

  • Adam Haertle, Editor in Chief,

11:20 – 12:40 Debate:

Internet of Things & Internet of Everything

  • „Chain is only as strong as its weakest link” – Poland among countries that are most likely to be attacked at IoT systems
    • Consumer and industry products – attacks at service and business facilities
  • Reinforcing security as a result of cognitive analysis and smart integration systems.
  • Common infrastructure for multimedia and control network – theory on the attacks and real threats.


  • Adam Haertle, Editor in Chief,


  • Aleksander Jagosz, Head of Security Integration Department, Integrated Solutions
  • Maciej Ogórkiewicz, Director of Security Department, ING Bank Śląski
  • Andrzej Sawicki, Pre-Sales Engineer Security/Networking, Trend Micro
  • Marek Smolik, Vicepresident of the Management Board, MCX Pro

12:40 – 13:10 Networking break

Block III

13:10 – 14:40 Debate:

Enhancing financial sector cyber-immunity

  • Transaction analysis for risk occure angle in real time – does it apply for every day, ongoing work over transactions?
  • Safe payments – brand building based on attention to customer cybersecurity
  • Block chain infrastructure philosophy as modern preventive technology and identity protection in technology – does diffuse records structure solve data security and leaks problem created by human factor?
  • Payment transaction authorization – public Wi-Fi, telecommunication services and web applications.


  • Magdalena Banaś-Barcikowska, Senior Key Accont Manager, MCX Pro


  • Przemysław Cieszyński, Board Member, Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego
  • dr Magdalena Marucha Jaworska, Expert of New Technologies Law
  • Włodzimierz Kiciński, Vicepresident of the Managment Board, Związek Banków Polskich
  • Maciej Ogórkiewicz, Director of Security Department, ING Bank Śląski
  • Cezary Piekarski, Director of the Security Department, Bank Millennium S.A.

Block IV

14:40 – 14:50 Presentation “Performance of tasks by CERT after the report on Industroyer/CrashOverride”

  • Robert Borys, Chief Specialist of the Cyber ​​Security Department, CERT PSE

14:50 – 16:00 Debata:

Smart companies, industries and energy systems
– how to measure efficiency of security

  • Critical Infrastructure defence
    • Action to assure Critical Infrastructure continuity and integrity
    • attack prevention, risk reduction and blind spots localization
    • Public administration and business cooperation aimed at cyber attacks
  • Smart measurement and Smart Grid network – benefit of cooperation and integration, operational steps optimization
    • Industry 4.0 cybersecurity in production processes
    • Incident responding machines – rules and procedures
  • SCADA environment, is isolation a realistic defence strategy?
  • Prevention as the most important element in Energy sector organizations –SOC/CERT tasks and goals
  • Business and industry support– how to protect ourselves and where to look for help?


  • Paweł Pisarczyk, President of the Management Board, Atende Software


  • Andrzej J. Piotrowski, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Energy
  • Jarosław Łuba, Chief Specialist, Department of Strategy and International Cooperation, Ministry of Digital Affairs
  • Jarosław Sordyl, Head of Cyber ​​Security Department, CERT PSE
  • Marek Damaszek, IT and Security Specialist, Grupa TAURON

16:00 – 17:00 Lunch

*( invited Speakers during confirmation

**( update date 13.10.2017

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