Welcome to Port Cyber Summit
Port Cyber Summit is thé strategical conference on cyber security and resilience. On this day, the focus will be on the digitalisation of European ports and the ever connected supply chain surrounding ports. This 3rd edition - the first international one - will take place on Thursday June 7 in Amsterdam.
Due to sharing data, an IT-driven industry and increased dependence in the supply chain, the importance of cyber resilience has developed even further. International policy makers will discuss ways to create a strategic cyber resilient mindset.
Meet 100+ members of the Benelux cyber community on this interactive conference in Amsterdam. Sign up now to reserve your spot!
Our first confirmed keynote speakers
- Herna Verhagen, CEO PostNL
- Sjoerd Blüm, CIO Royal Schiphol Group
- Joost Rommelaere, CIO PSA Antwerp
- Kees Gerretse, CIO Tata Steel Europe
- Tonne Mulder, Global CISO Vopak
, CIO Port of Amsterdam
- Erwin Verstraelen, CDIO Port of Antwerp
- Marleen van de Kerkhof, State Harbormaster
- Hans Verbeeck, CIO NxtPort
- Sandor de Coninck, Director CTO & CISO Department of Waterways and Public Works Dutch Gov
- Lee Hadlington, Associate Professor in Cyberpsychology De Montfort University (DMU)
Chairman, internet sociologist, author and researcher Chris van 't Hof (TekTok) will take the lead this day and reintroduce you to the world of cyber security and resilience.
Looking for exposure?
Your product or company can take the lead! We can help you by presenting projects and services to your target group. We offer various promotional opportunities to set your company in the limelight during our conferences. What about a space for promotion on the live event, or your company name on the keycords?
Karel Dekyvere, CIO Microsoft Belgium & Benelux
Previous editions: Port Cyber Top
On Wednesday June 28th, 2017, Port Cyber Top took place in Antwerp. Very well timed, you might say. The news of the cyber-attacks on amongst others APMT and Maersk came out the day before, which had a massive impact on ports. The message presented by the speakers was clear: cyber-attacks are no longer incedents, everyone will have to deal with them sooner or later.