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CYBERSECURITY BREAKFAST: “you can’t MANAGE what you don’t know – you can’t PROTECT what you don’t manage”

– with focus on application security and data privacy & protection

Can you afford not to keep your software applications and systems away from malicious attacks, data breaches, and other security threats? The answer is obviously NO, you can’t:  with the increasing number of cyber-attacks, data breaches, and cybercrimes, application security is becoming more important than ever before.

In today’s digital world all organizations need to safeguard their sensitive information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure.  But is your organization taking proper actions on data privacy and protection, such as ensuring: 

  • protection personal information / other sensitive data,
  • protection of your IPR,
  • maintaining trust and reputation in the market,
  • regulatory compliance,
  • avoidance of data breaches, and the list continues…

Overall, cybersecurity continues to be an essential aspect of our daily lives, and its importance has only increased in the past 12+ months.  And going forward, the importance of cybersecurity and cyber-resiliency just continues to be more critical than ever before. We are at the crossroads of business, technology, and risk. What’s in it for us all?

All these important topics and more will be covered at our Cybersecurity Breakfast Event on April 27Register now.

Who should attend?

This exclusive event will deliver crucial insights on cybersecurity, with focus on application security and data privacy & protection. This event will prove of essential interest to all leaders in cybersecurity, digitalization, risk management, IT / technology operations and strategy, data analysis, management, and insights as well as legal and regulatory compliance, etc.

When and where will it take place?

Date: Thursday | April 27, 2023.
Time: 08:10–10:30 (networking and informal discussions can be extended beyond 10:30)
Venue: Capgemini Finland Oy – Porkkalankatu 3, 00180 Helsinki


08:10-Registration and Breakfast
08:50-09:15Unlock the power of your data, while integrating end-to-end security
by Erik Norgren, Data Privacy & Protection Expert

Embrace the full power of the data you as an organization manage and store, and at the same time enable stronger protection and mitigate the impact of a breach.

During this session we will share real customer cases where they looked on different ways how to establish a more resilient data security framework and at the same time enable a more dynamic way of securely share data across platforms and user groups, to be used for analytics and business intelligence at scale.
09:15-09:50Panel discussion: At the crossroads of business, technology, and risk. What’s in it for us all?
Ramsés Gallego, International Chief Technology Officer
Jani Arnell, Head of Digital Trust & Security – Nordics (panel facilitator / moderator Mikko Leino)
09:50-10:20OWASP Security Knowledge Framework
by Jonathan Jogenfors, PhD, Application Security Expert

The OWASP Security Knowledge Framework is a comprehensive guide to application security that provides developers and security professionals with the knowledge and tools they need to build and maintain secure software. It covers a wide range of topics, from secure coding practices to threat modeling and risk management, and it is designed to be accessible to both technical and non-technical audiences.
10:20-Networking and discussions (NOTE: event ends at 10.30 but we invite all interested to continue informal dialogue at Capgemini’s boardroom after that).

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Ramsés Gallego

International Chief Technology Officer
Ramsés is an international Chief Technology Officer for OpenText Cybersecurity with expertise in Risk Management and Governance. He has held senior positions at Symantec, Dell Security, CA Technologies, SurfControl, and Entelgy, and has served in various committees and leadership roles at ISACA. Ramsés believes that a revolution is needed to move from technology to enterprise risk, and he considers Governance essential to facilitate innovation in the changing business environment. He holds multiple certifications, including CISM, CGEIT, CISSP, and ITIL, among others.

Jani Arnell

Head of Digital Trust & Security – Nordics
Jani is a cybersecurity leader with 25+ years of experience in the field. Throughout his career, Jani has worked with a variety of clients across different industries, helping them with cybersecurity leadership & management, transformation, incident response, to secure their networks, systems, and data against cyber threats. He has holistic skills around cybersecurity management, markets, and industry. Jani is also a frequent speaker at industry conferences on cybersecurity topics and he has been nominated as the CISO of the year in Finland 2013.

Jonathan Jogenfors

PhD, Application Security Expert
Jonathan Jogenfors is an Application Security specialist at OpenText Cybersecurity. Based in Sweden, he defended his doctoral thesis on quantum cryptography in 2017 and then spent time in the Swedish defense industry before joining his current position. He is a leader of the local OWASP chapter in his hometown of Jönköping.

Erik Norgren

Data Privacy & Protection Expert
Erik is a driven Information- & Data Security specialist with over 10 years of experience discussing customers’ pains and challenges from out of a solution driven approach. Erik covers the Voltage Data Privacy & Protection portfolio in Nordic & Baltics and helps organizations in their ongoing journey to identify and establish new privacy enhancing technologies and enable a more resilient framework in regards of Information governance and Data security. Because “you can’t protect what you don’t know”.