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Jan De Blauwe is responsible for cyber security, business continuity, data protection and privacy, and physical security within BNP Paribas Fortis. This role includes the definition and execution of the security strategy, management of the bank’s central security team, delivery of a broad range of security services and of the cyber risk management system and reporting. Jan De Blauwe is also the chairman of…

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In total, there are 24 TTFs, meaning 24 real-time demos. The technologies presented mainly revolve around cyber security, the digital workspace and infrastructure.

Here is a sneak peek of some technologies that might interest you!

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Laurent Célérier is CTO at Orange Cyberdefense since 2018, leading innovation, product development, partnerships, marketing, and communication activities. Laurent attended the French naval academy and war college. He started his career by serving a number of navy ships on board, notably as captain of a frigate carrying out anti-pirate missions. He was subsequentially appointed as an advisor for strategic and industrial affairs at the office of the French joint chief of defense staff. After an appointment at the French National Security Agency (ANSSI), he was designated to lead the construction and to be the first commanding officer of the French cyber command (COMCYBER).

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In total, there are 24 TTFs, meaning 24 real-time demos. The technologies presented mainly revolve around cyber security, the digital workspace and infrastructure.

Here is a sneak peek of some technologies that might interest you!

Read More

In total, there are 24 TTFs, meaning 24 real-time demos. The technologies presented mainly revolve around cyber security, the digital workspace and infrastructure.

Here is a sneak peek of some technologies that might interest you!

Read More

Digital Transformation, the Internet of Things and associated technologies (blockchain, machine learning, edge computing, etc.) are the latest buzz words in technology. Companies, and countries are scrambling to get up to speed on them before their competitors, or some young start-up gets there first and completely disrupts them.

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