Building a Cyber Secure Business Culture
AmCham’s Security Committee, in partnership with the U.S. Embassy and OSAC, is pleased to invite all interested stakeholders to a discussion on how to develop a cyber secure business culture.
Building a culture of cyber security is increasingly a challenge as IT and business are becoming more and more integrated. In addition, business leaders and security responsible executives are being offered an exhaustive selection of services and solutions to reduce vulnerabilities and ultimately cyber- and business risk.
But what does good look like? How do the most successful organizations drive the right focus and behavior throughout the organization? What role does the Board of Directors play, and how are they engaged in the complex and fast moving world of Cyber Security? How do organizations strategically and tactically build Cyber security into the fabric of the company, vertically from the board down as well as horizontally across business units and functions?
Join us for this discussion where we will hear from business leaders who are adopting new ways to build a culture of cyber security within an organization.
- Troels Ørting, Chairman for the Advisory Board, World Economic Forum’s Centre for Cybersecurity ‘Evaluating Cyber Risk within Corporate Culture’
- Per Tardum, Head of Global Information Security and Service Transition, Global IT, Coloplast
- Ketil Clorius, Global Head of Fraud Management, Danske Bank
This event will be organized in accordance with the most up to date safety regulations and the number of participants may be reduced accordingly, to make sure that everyone can participate safely.
If you have any symptoms related to COVID-19 or have been in close contact with a person infected with COVID-19, we ask that you do not participate in our events.
About Troels Ørting
Troels Oerting is Chairman of the Global Centre for Cybersecurity, which was established by the World Economic Forum in 2018 to mitigate the global challenges to security, privacy and integrity due to Digital Transformation and the 4th Industrial Revolution. Before joining the World Economic Forum, he worked as Group Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Barclays Group. Previously Troels also held the position of Director of the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), an EU wide organization located in EUROPOL. As an industry veteran and topic expert, Mr. Ørting is called upon to advise governing organizations including the EU Parliament & EU Commission.