Not only competitors, but also foreign countries are very interested in the expertise of companies operating in Germany. Some of those foreign countries instruct their intelligence services to spy on other countries' businesses. With the stolen data those countries support the technological research and development of their own industry. Based on the increasing digitalization of society and industrial production, foreign actors have developed advanced cyber-attacks, which are very hard to detect. In order to keep their competitive edge, companies take measures to defend themselves. Authorities in Germany help local companies to protect themselves by sharing knowledge and intelligence, ensuring confidentiality. In his presentation Mr. Beuchel will show the structure and objectives of authorities in Germany, the threats of foreign intelligence services and which help his organization can offer.
Short introduction of the speaker:
Karsten Beuchel received his degree in Electrical Engineering from the Technische Universität Berlin in 1996. After his career entry in the telecommunications industry he switched to the Interior Ministry of North Rhine-Westphalia in 2002. Since 2017 he is head of the Cyber-Defence of the State Authority for the Protection of the constitution in North Rhine-Westphalia.
The Online Seminar will take place as follows:
|Date & Time:||March 23rd 2021, 10:30-11:30 am (CET)|
This seminar will be take place online via Zoom Online Meeting.
Free of charge
Mr. Karsten Beuchel, Head of Cyber-Defence Verfassungsschutz NRW
|Registration:||Please register online by clicking on the red button on top of this page.|
|Registration Deadline:||Thu, March 18th, 17:00|
Date of announcement: February 12, 2021