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Cybersecurity Newsletter October

Lëtz Talk about Cyber

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Prof. Dr Pascal Bouvry, Professor at the University of Luxembourg (FSTM-DCS/SnT), CEO of Luxprovide SA

   
Pascal Bouvry holds a Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Grenoble (INPG), France, and performed post-doctoral research at CWI in Amsterdam. He gained industrial experience working in various management and C-Level positions in Europe, Asia and North America in the FinTech, Space, and Telecommunication domains.  
Since June 2021, Dr Bouvry also holds the position of CEO at Luxprovide, the Luxembourg national HPC centre. Dr Bouvry is unquestionably one of the most influential personalities in this field. He accepted to help us keep pace with a rapidly changing world.

ECSM: Call to action

European Cybersecurity Month

The European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM) is the European Union’s annual campaign dedicated to promoting cybersecurity among EU citizens and organisations, and to providing up-to-date online security information through awareness-raising and sharing of good practices. Each year, for the entire month of October, hundreds of activities take place across Europe, including conferences, workshops, trainings, webinars, presentations and more, to promote digital security and cyber hygiene.


ECSM 2020 campaign motto is: 'Think before U click!' and the overall motto of this initiative is 'Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility!' This year the campaign will evolve around two main themes: 'Digital skills' and 'Cyber-scams' in the era of pandemic and lock-downs.

The Cybersecurity Week Luxembourg is part of the European Cybersecurity Month.

Cybersecurity Week Luxembourg

 

     

Cybersecurity Luxembourg Startup Pathway

21-22 october 2020

The Cybersecurity Luxembourg Startup Pathway addresses both innovators’ and investors’ needs to find a common platform to meet and discuss potential partnerships. Read more...

     

Encryption Europe Annual Meeting

Encryption Europe

23 October 2020

Encryption Europe is an industry alliance of European companies committed to make encryption simple, useful and stable for everyone. Encryption Europe welcomes its members and partners for the first annual meeting at the Cybersecurity Week Luxembourg 2020! 

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Workshop EU ATT&CK Community

October 24, 2020

The sixth EU ATT&CK Community workshop will take place on October 23, as a virtual event, focusing on the following themes: Cyber threat intelligence and information sharing, detection and hunting, and prevention. 

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Cybersecurity for success & Luxembourg Data Protection Day

27-28 October 2020

How to protect your data? How to avoid a cyber attack? And how to survive if not avoided? Experts and privileged witnesses will answer these vital questions for you. Read more...

     

PwC Cybersecurity Days

26-29 October 2020

An innovative 4-day programme of webinars will include interactive workshops, distinguished speakers from all over the world, and companies engaging in a pitch competition of their innovative solutions and presenting how they meet cybersecurity challenges. 

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Online Awards Night

29 October 2020

During this event, 5 awards will honour the best key players, organisations and individuals, who contributed to the Grand Duchy’s cybersecurity economy. 

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Cyber Highlight

MeluXina: EuroHPC Supercomputer in Luxembourg

Meluxina

"The computing and data needs of European scientists and industry do not currently match the computation capabilities available in the EU. 

No EU supercomputer is in the global top 10, and the existing ones depend on non-European technology." This situation changes with the implementation of Meluxina.

Top News

IFSEC Global Top Influencers in Security & Fire
IFSEC Global

Pascal Steichen, CEO of SECURITYMADEIN.LU will be joining the International Judging Panel for the IFSEC Global Top Influencers in Security & Fire 2021. The IFSEC Global influencers list for  2020 has just been revealed.

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The Luxembourg Blockchain Lab is calling for projects!
Luxembourg Blockchain Lab

The Luxembourg Blockchain Lab is a common initiative between Infrachain, the LHoFT, LIST, SnT and Lëtzblock to create and nurture the Blockchain ecosystem in Luxembourg. In order to support the launch of the Blockchain Lab, they are calling for projects using Blockchain. 
Applications are open until 23.10.2020. Be part of the adventure!

     
European Cyber Valleys: cooperation on Cybertsecurity

European Cyber Valleys is a pilot action for developing interregional cooperation on cybersecurity. It also functions as a European Cybersecurity Directory and map of the participants of the project.

The CYBERSECURITY LUXEMBOURG ecosystem becomes also part of the Cyber Valley mapping project.

Read more...

Upcoming events

   
Cybersecurity Breakfast #40 - Berlin Edition
8 October 2020
Durch die voranschreitende Verbreitung digitaler Technologien entstehen mannigfaltige neue Chancen – für private wie gewerbliche Nutzergruppen. Andererseits ergeben sich mit der Digitalisierung auch zahlreiche Herausforderungen hinsichtlich Safety, Security und Privacy. Deutsche und luxemburgische Unternehmen entwickeln innovative Lösungen, um Cyberkriminellen den Zugriff auf IoT-Devices zu erschweren. Weiterlesen...
     

13th edition of the International Cybersecurity Forum

The International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) is the leading European event on Cybersecurity: in Europe, it is the benchmark event in terms of security and digital trust. A unique opportunity for the Luxembourg ecosystem to shine on the international scene. Read more...

Key fact

   

31 billion

The projected number of IoT devices by the end of 2020 is 31 billion.

This number is showing us that IoT devices are currently on the rise. It is not easy to predict how many active IoT devices we will see by the end of the year though. 

There were 26.6 billion of active IoT devices in August 2019, and there are 127 new IoT devices connecting to the web every second...


Tools

AIL loads a new secret weapon: code name YARA
AIL is a modular framework to analyse potential information leaks from unstructured data sources like pastes from Pastebin or similar services or unstructured data streams.
YaraRules is an open-source tool has been developed recently. It is  used mainly, but not exclusively, for identifying and classifying malware based on string or binary pattern matching.
     
An important security fix (2.4.132) for MISP has been released

A new version of MISP (2.4.132) has been released with several bugs fixed including an important security fix CVE-2020-25766.
The MISP threat sharing platform is a free and open source software helping information sharing of threat intelligence including cyber security indicators.

MISP Threat Sharing
 
 
 
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