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CCCC 2018

Keynote Speakers

Douglas Haywood
Cyber Intelligence Manager, Tesco Bank

Douglas Haywood is Cyber Intelligence Manager at Tesco Bank and holds a PhD from the University of London focusing on hacking, cybercrime and technology. He has lectured at the University of Edinburgh on criminology. Prior to this he was an intelligence analyst with the Met Police cybercrime unit.

Joona Airamo
Principal Security Officer, Forcepoint

Joona Airamo has 20 years experience with Infosec. As a former CISO of Stonesoft, he is well aware of security policies and procedures, but does not hesitate to get his hands dirty with penetration testing, zero-day exploits or digital forensics. He holds a M.Sc. in Computer Science from Helsinki University of Technology.

Marianne Sørensen
Deputy Director, Agency for Digitisation, Ministry of Finance




Morten Stilling, PhD
Founder and Owner, ICS Security Solutions ApS

Founder and Owner of ICS Security Solutions, which specialises in helping companies build resilience against cyberthreats. Particular focus on industrial control systems (ICS) and operational technology (OT). Until recently, Chief Digitalisation Officer at Ørsted Wind Power.

Paul Vixie
CEO, Farsight Security, Inc.

Dr. Paul Vixie is an Internet pioneer. Currently, he is the Chairman, CEO and cofounder of Farsight Security, Inc. He was inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame in 2014 for work related to DNS. Dr. Vixie is a prolific author of open source Internet software including BIND, and of many Internet standards documents concerning DNS and DNSSEC. In addition, he founded the first anti-spam company (MAPS, 1996), the first non-profit Internet infrastructure software company (ISC, 1994), and the first neutral and commercial Internet exchange (PAIX, 1991). He earned his Ph.D. from Keio University for work related to DNS and DNSSEC in 2011.

Peter Kruse
Head of Research&Intelligence, Partner, CSIS Security Group A/S

Peter co-founded CSIS in 2003 and has helped grow the company into a valued partner for customers across northern Europe. Combining a profound technical understanding of malware with a keen appreciation of business needs, Peter is the most frequently-quoted cyber security expert in Denmark and is among the most visible in Europe. He has a long history of active participation in closed and vetted IT-security communities and enjoys strong relationships across the antivirus and banking industries, as well as among law enforcement and higher education institutions. Peter blogs frequently on cyber security issues.
Website: Blog


Alex Kouzmine
CERT Officer, CERT Societe Generale

Alex Kouzmine is a Security Officer at CERT Societe Generale, the first ever French financial CERT and Incident Response team. As part of his mission within Societe Generale Financial Group, Alex is in charge of creating a dedicated Redteam whose role it is to improve security posture and cohesion between security departments through simulation of offensive scenarios inspired by real-life adversaries of Financial groups and banks. Throughout his career, Alex has been the founder and lead of 3 different CERT/CSIRT teams in France, Canada, USA, and Russia.

Anders Fogh
Principal Security Researcher, GDATA Advanced Analytics

Anders Fogh works as Principal Security Research with G DATA Advanced Analytics. He has lead numerous low level engineering efforts and is a renowned expert on CPU security issues. Prior to his current position he was responsible for major develops in video and CD/DVD recording software. Since 1993 he has been an avid anti-malware hobbyist and has reverse engineering experience with operating systems from DOS to present day OSs as well as devices ranging from DVD players to USB sticks. He holds a masters degree in economics from the University of Aarhus. He was the first to publish on the Meltdown issue and his research has been published at industry and academic conferences such as BlackHat USA and ACM CCS.

Bill Ladd, PhD
Chief Data Scientist, Recorded Future

Bill Ladd performs and publishes data driven Cybersecurity research using Recorded Future’s unique threat intelligence content. Additionally he manages efforts in content acquisition, ontology development and risk modeling.

Daniel Shepherd
CEO, Agile Response Technologies A/S

Daniel joined CSIS in order to drive the creation of two spin-off companies: one focused on Incident Response and Threat Hunting, the other focused on eCommerce Fraud. Daniel has been working in the cybersecurity industry for over 5 years now. He initially started with S21sec, the leading security service provider in Spain and Portugal. Based in Mexico City, he led the company’s LATAM operations. Then, having moved back to be based in London, he was appointed Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President of International Business. Before S21sec, Daniel worked for over 12 years for various US and European management consultancy firms, advising companies across various industries and globally on strategy, growth and operational improvement.

Gabor Szappanos
Principal Malware Researcher, Sophos Plc.

Gabor graduated from the Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest with degree in physics. His first job was in the Computer and Automation Research Institute, developing diagnostic software and hardware for nuclear power plants. He started antivirus work in 1995, and has been developing freeware antivirus solutions in spare time. He joined VirusBuster in 2001 where he was responsible for taking care of macro virus and script malware. Since 2002 he was the head of the virus lab.
Between 2008 and 2016 he was a member of the board of directors in AMTSO (Anti Malware Testing Standards Organizations). In 2012 he joined Sophos as a Principal Malware researcher.

Gabriel Cirlig
Senior Software Engineer, Ixia, a Keysight business

Software developer turned rogue, went from developing apps for small businesses to 2M+ DAU Facebook games while keeping an eye for everything shiny and new. For about two years he’s been tinkering at Ixia’s threat intelligence system as his full time passion while playing around with whatever random hardware comes into his hands. With a background in electronics engineering and various programming languages, Gabriel likes to dismantle and hopefully put back whatever he gets his hands on.

Gaetan van Diemen
Business Manager, ThreatFabric

Gaetan van Diemen is the business manager at ThreatFabric (ex: SfyLabs). Throughout his career he managed cyber security solutions for customers spread over the globe. For the past years his work was focused on the management of Cyber Threat Intelligence solutions. He managed the Cyber Threat Intelligence solution from Fox-IT in the Netherlands, managed threat detection and honeypot projects for Orange in France and managed the development program for a Cyber Security company in Mauritius. Although he is mostly responsible for the business development and definition of the strategy for products and markets, he has a technical background that allows him to discuss the nitty gritty.

Ido Naor
Senior Security Researcher, Kaspersky Lab

Ido Naor is a Senior Security Researcher at GReAT, a team of researchers who’ve been tasked by Kaspersky Lab to investigate the most prolific APT incidents, ransomware distribution, banking heists and other type of internet hacking monsters. Ido’s focusing on threats in the Middle East and is actively following groups of hackers who aim to demolish the ordinary lives of citizens and public/gov institutes. During his work at Kaspersky, Ido founded VirusBay, a collaborative malware research community which skyrocket amongst the global security community with over 1200 researchers. Ido is 32 years old, a martial arts experts and a father of 3 who’s based in Tel Aviv, Israel. He served at one of the most notorious intelligence special ops military unit, as a combatant, commander and later on as a Krav Maga instructor.

Jens Heyn Roed Andersen
Senior Consultant, Jens Roed Andersen Aps

Jens Heyn Roed Andersen is a seasoned practitioner within information security, with almost 20 years of experience. This primarily comes from positions as CISO for Arla Foods and Energinet, and for the last 5 years as an independent consultant, servicing large clients within finance, retail, IT services etc. He holds an MsC in as well as most of the major certifications in the “cyberarea”. He masters many roles in information security on strategic, tactical as well as operational level and his specialty is how organisation get in control of its information security, frequently known as GRC. Since last summer he has been working on one the large GDPR projects in the country, as well giving advice to several SMB clients on IT-security. He is a frequent speaker at conferences, as well as an appointed censor on one of the few bachelor degrees in IT-security in Denmark.

Lars Frelle-Petersen
Director, DI Digital


Lukas Stefanko
Malware Researcher, ESET

Lukas Stefanko is an experienced malware researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the computer security industry. He is a strong engineering professional skilled in security research, Android and mobile security. Lukas joined ESET in 2011, and in the past couple of years he has primarily focused on researching Android threats.

Martin Clausen
Chief Security Architect, Danske Bank

Martin Clausen is Chief Security Architect and heads the security architecture team in Danske Bank. Martin has been working with security for more than 15 years. He enjoys getting his hands “dirty” (when time permits) and finds the spot between security architecture and operational security the most interesting field. Martin holds a Master of Engineering from DTU in cryptography.

Ole Kjeldsen
National Technology Officer & CISO, Microsoft Danmark

Accountable for driving Microsoft’s relevance and leadership in technology policy debates and articulating Microsoft‘s technology vision, strategy and capabilities to influence Government adoption of Microsoft services & devices. Engaging with policy makers,politicians, Industri Associationsand other influencers and decision makers in close alignment with Microsoft Legal & Government Affairs.

Righard Zwienenberg
Senior Research Fellow, ESET

Mr. Zwienenberg started dealing with computer viruses and security in 1988. Zwienenberg studied virus behavior and presented security solutions and detection schemes ever since. Having worked for CSE Ltd., ThunderBYTE and Norman, since 2012 he works at ESET. Being the initial President of AMTSO – Anti Malware Testing Standards Organization – at this moment he is a member on the BoD. He is also serving as Director of AVAR, on the Technical Advisory Board of the WildList and on the Executive Committee of IEEE ICSG. He has been a member of CARO since late 1991. He is a frequent speaker at conferences – among these Virus Bulletin, EICAR, AVAR, RSA, InfoSec, SANS, CFET, ISOI, SANS Security Summits, IP Expo, Government Symposia, SCADA seminars, etc – and general security seminars.

Website: We Live Security – Blog

Stefan Tanase
Principal Security Researcher, Ixia, a Keysight business

Stefan is an experienced security researcher based in Bucharest, Romania. Having spent the last 10 years of his career combating the world’s most sophisticated cyber threats, Stefan joined Ixia in 2017 as a Principal Security Researcher. Through innovative research projects and effective public speaking engagements, he actively contributes to keeping internet users safe. While Stefan specializes in collecting threat intelligence and monitoring the cybercrime ecosystem, he has a real passion for digital rights and internet privacy.


Henning Mortensen
Chairman, Danish Council for Digital Security

Henning has for many years been an influential player in the Danish information security and privacy debate. He is currently Chairman for the Danish Council for Digital Security, CISO and CPO at a big Nordic wholesale company and a teacher on applied data protection at IT-University Professional Courses. He was for more than 15 years senior advisor in the Confederation of Danish Industries guiding Danish companies in these topics and influencing Danish politics. Over the years he has written many free booklets, guidelines, articles and tools that is used widespread amongst Danish companies. For his continued effort he was awarded the Danish Data Protection Award in 2018.

Henrik Lund Kramshøj
Security Engineer, NORDUnet

Henrik Kramshøj is a Copenhagen based security engineer working mostly with internet security in the service provider space. He especially enjoy working with low level internet packets, IPv6 and routing. Henrik also does pentesting and DDoS testing of devices and networks. Currently he helps run the NORDUnet infrastructure spanning multiple countries and providing networking to the nordic research communities. Open source tools are essential in his toolbox and if he gets a chance he will push OpenBSD as one of his favourites.

Peter Kofod
Writer, Activist

Peter Kofod is a Danish journalist, activist and trouble maker, who mainly works on topics such as surveillance, whistleblowers and civil liberties. In 2014 he became one of the first people in the world to interview NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, and since then he’s been a prolific writer and public speaker as well as a frequent guest in the national media. At the moment, he’s part of an effort to sue the Danish Ministry of Justice over illegal data retention policies.

Poul-Henning Kamp

Poul-Henning Kamp wrote FOSS software long before it was called that, and has written major parts of FreeBSD, Varnish Cache etc. Along the ways he came up with better password protection, better memory allocation, jails (aka: containers), nanosecond timekeeping etc. He makes computers do weird things for a living, currently trying to make stars not twinkle in ESO’s ELT telescope, and he is very proud that Varnish Cache went 11 years without a major security issue.

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