CPH – Cybersikkerhed i den finansielle sektor – by Insight Events

Som følge af den øgede IT-afhængighed og samfundsmæssige og teknologiske udvikling bliver IT-sikkerhed en stadigt stigende del af forretningen. Den danske finansielle sektor står over for en stor udfordring i forhold til truslerne fra cyberkriminalitet.

På konferencen Cybersikkerhed i den finansielle sektor vil vi fokusere på, hvordan den enkelte finansielle virksomhed sikrer sig bedst muligt mod angreb, lever op til de nyeste regler, forbereder sig til Finanstilsynets tilsyn og ikke mindst minimerer skaderne under og efter et succesfuldt angreb.

Emner på konferencen:

  • Cybertruslen mod finanssektoren
  • Finanstilsynets gennemgang af et tilsyn
  • IT-sikkerhed som business case
  • Tværgående samarbejde om cybersikkerhed
  • FSOR – Red Team-testprogram
  • Social Engineering og medarbejder awareness
  • Insidertruslen
  • Cyberkriminalitet – hvad kan vi forvente de næste par år?
  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Technologies
  • Detektering af anomalier
  • Phishing-mail – udnyttelsen af den menneskelige nysgerrighed
  • Tab af kundedata og tillid
  • Dokumenteret IT-sikkerhed og risikostyring
  • IT-sikkerhedsstyring, rapportering og ledelsesopfølgning

CPH – Blockchain i det offentlige – by Djøf

Bliv skarp på næste generation af digitalisering i den offentlige administration.

Hvem henvender kurset sig til?

Du er en tech-interesseret offentlig ansat, der ønsker at forstå blockchain. Måske udvikler du digitale strategier og løsninger i dit job for en styrelse, i et ministerie eller anden type offentlig virksomhed.

Du er nysgerrig på, om blockchain kan drive innovation eller mere effektive arbejdsgange inden for dit ressortområde.

Du har behov for skarpe svar på, hvor moden teknologien er, og hvilke særlige udfordringer, der kan være ved at bruge teknologien i offentligt regi.

På kurset får du:

  • indsigt i teknologiens vigtigste koncepter
  • briefing på, hvor moden teknologien er i dag
  • sat ord på, hvordan blockchain adskiller sig fra en traditionel database
  • indsigt i de juridiske udfordringer, der knytter sig til blockchain i offentlig regi
  • forståelse for alternativerne til en blockchainløsning
  • sparring og feedback på idéer, hvor du tænker, blockchain potentielt er relevant
  • et rammeværk for at afsøge potentialet for blockchain i din egen organisation.

Kursets indhold

’Blockchain i det offentlige’ lærer dig om blockchain på en relevant, konkret og hands-on måde, og du får en god forståelse for anvendelsesmulighederne i en offentlig digital kontekst.

På kurset lærer du at sætte ord på, hvad blockchain er, hvad det ikke er, hvordan det relaterer sig til en traditionel database, og hvornår det giver mening at tage i brug.

Du får den nødvendige ballast til at kunne identificere, om blockchain kan være relevant i en given administrativ eller politisk problemstilling, og du får indsigt til at forstå teknologiens konkrete juridiske og tekniske udfordringer.

CPH – 5th IBA Global Entrepreneurship Conference: The Nordic Model – Rising up to the Global Challenge – by the International Bar Association

The Nordic Region is known for the so-called Nordic model (or Nordic capitalism), in which comprehensive welfare states and progressive societies go hand in hand with free market and trade, and provide for a high standard of living. The Nordics also are renown for housing leading players in numerous business areas, such as food, high tech, medical / life sciences, design and oil. Last not least, the region stands as a model for sustainable development and
for work-life balance.

To facilitate continued innovation and growth of start-ups Nordic governments strive to support entrepreneurship. EU’s Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) 2018 (https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/desi) has Denmark as the front runner followed by Sweden and Finland. Headed by Denmark the Nordic countries form the most digital region in the EU. Copenhagen is, thus, the perfect venue to explore how digitalisation already has disrupted and will further affect various business sectors – and for asking what role the human factor will have in the post-digitalised business world and society.

As in the past, the Conference will combine lively panel discussions lead by entrepreneurs and industry speakers with interactive workshops on practice areas of general interest.

Topics will include:

  • Data protection and data security / hacking
  • AI / Machine
  • Blockchain technology / crypto currencies
  • Trends and innovation in the M&A process and in the funding of SME’s
  • Governance and structural issues for innovative and fast growing closely held companies
  • How disruption and AI will improve the life of lawyers.

The legendary ‘Closely Held’ spirit and social events will provide, once again, for an unforgettable networking experience.

STHLM – CL+B Fest – by Stockholm Legal Hackers

Welcome to Stockholm Legal Hackers Computational Law and Blockchain Fest!

This is Legal Hackers annual event and will be held simultaneously throughout all of our chapters globally. Sign up for a full day of new knowledge, interesting discussion and new ideas on how blockchain can affect the legal field.

Whether you are an expert or your knowledge about blockchain is limited to Bitcoin you are welcomed to join, the doors are open to everyone!

Tentative Agenda:

10:00 – Welcome to CL+B Fest!
10:15 – Blockchain 101 workshop
12:30 – Light Lunch
13:30 – a Panel discussion on Blockchain
15:00 – Fika
16:00 – Q&A and further discussion
18:00 – Until next time!

Venue and refreshments are provided to us by Delphi, one of Swedens most prestigious law firms, who we are honoured to collaborate around the event with!
The Panel will consist of lawyers, CEO:s and other experts on Blockchain from the Stockholm area. Topics will include GDPR, smart contracts and, of course, the topics arising from your questions. This is the event to cast some light on Blockchain from a legal perspective!

Questions? Do not hesitate to reach out to us!

RSVP:s are mandatory for attendance so please update them accordingly.

We will see you the 16th!

Organizers, Stockholm Legal Hackers

CPH – Fintech Disruption Summit – by FintechDisrupt

About the Summit

The World Economic Forum predicts that 10% of the global GDP (approx. $7.8 trillion) will be stored on the blockchain in less than 10 years.

The summit is targeted towards bankers, accountants, lawyers, stock brokers, investment fund managers, custodians, and other people from the financial industry. The purpose of the summit is to inform and inspire delegates about new opportunities with blockchain technology in the financial industry and in particular with tokenization of securities and assets.

Using blockchain technology, companies can now issue security tokens with share- or bond-like properties in order to raise funding (through an STO – a Security Token Offering) as an alternative to an IPO. Large established companies can raise additional funding through the same means, or tokenize their existing shares. As existing securities and assets become tokenized, issuers and investors benefit from easier price discovery, increased liquidity, extended trading hours, automation of processes, reduced settlement times, etc.  In the near future, real estate and other investment portfolios will be tokenized for the same reasons. Collections of art, automobiles, boats, etc. can be tokenized in order to fragment ownership and other rights. (Learn more).

This financial revolution has already begun and the existing financial ecosystem will move towards the blockchain over the next 10 years.

STHLM – Sthlm Fintech Week

Stockholm has long been missing a great festival for our Fintech scene, but now it is here! Stockholm Fintech Week presents the best of Fintech from all around the Nordics, gathered in Stockholm in the middle of February.

Fintechs as all startups are nothing without the community, and therefore we invite the whole community to cocreate all our events. So far we and our community partners and sponsors are organizing a full 9 events during these 5 days.

  • Fintech & Market leader collaboration
  • Digitalization
  • Regtech
  • Blockchain 
  • Insurtech
  • Sustainability and impact tech
  • Regulation and Nordic collaboration
  • Investment opportunities & fintech acceleration
  • Nordic & Baltic Fintech Showcase

 

CPH – AI Applied: How Companies And Governments Can Use AI – by DGP and Alexandra Institute

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is a technology that has gained extreme popularity for its’ vast potential. At this seminar we will dive into how companies and governments utilize this technology. AI experts, companies, governmental departments and startups will let you in on how they use AI in their practice.

Who can attend?

The event is for corporations, government institutions, interest organizations, researchers, students and everyone else looking to be inspired on the use of AI, but also for the ones who are curious on the current limitations of the technology. The programme will cover a basic introduction to what AI is, how users and suppliers are using AI services, updates on regulation in Denmark and future perspectives on what AI can’t do… yet.

This seminar is a part of a series of events, where we explore how industry 4.0 technologies can be applied. Arranged by Digital Growth Path (DGP) from Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship and Alexandra Institute in collaboration with the Danish Industry Foundation. Keep an eye out for our next seminar in the series of Industry 4.0 technologies events, that will be about Blockchain and Cybersecurity.

WHEN AND WHERE

Date: 7/2 2019

Location: PHRs20, Råvarebygningen, Porcelænshaven 22, 2000 Frederiksberg

AGENDA

10.00 Arrival
10.15 Welcome by Claus Birkedal, DGP, and Anders Kofod, Alexandra Institute

AI appplied: Supplier/User Cases, Legal and Technical Limitations

10.30 “About AI: Terminology, History and How to get started” by Anders Kofod, Deputy Director at Alexandra Institute
11.00 “Quality Optimization” by Tue Moerck, Managing Director of IH Foods
11.20 “Implementing an AI solution” by Mikael Munck, Founder & CEO of 2021.ai
11.40 “The hard-to-crack tasks. What CAN’T be done yet by AI” by Thomas Bolander, Associate Professor at DTU Compute

12.00 Lunch

12.30 “Fraud-detection” by Carsten Ingerslev, Office Manager of Danish Business Authority (Erhvervsstyrelsen)
12.50 “Water-leakage detection in Utilities” by Jeppe Johansen, Co-founder of Sense-Analytics
13.00 “Talent recruitment without bias” by Jenifer Clausell-Tormos, Founder of Develop Diverse
13.10 “AI in Customer Service” by Johan Walldius, Managing Director of IBM-Bluewolf

13.30 Break

13.40 “AI standardization and Data Ethics” by Kim Skov Hilding, Consultant at Dansk Standard
13.55  “Optimizing Logistics” by Klaus Kähler Holst, Principal Scientist at Maersk Transport & Logistics
14.10 Panel QA
14.30 Mingling

There’s a limited number of tickets for both professionals and students.

CPH – Blockchain i det offentlige – by Djøf

Bliv skarp på næste generation af digitalisering i den offentlige administration.

Hvem henvender kurset sig til?

Du er en tech-interesseret offentlig ansat, der ønsker at forstå blockchain. Måske udvikler du digitale strategier og løsninger i dit job for en styrelse, i et ministerie eller anden type offentlig virksomhed.

Du er nysgerrig på, om blockchain kan drive innovation eller mere effektive arbejdsgange inden for dit ressortområde.

Du har behov for skarpe svar på, hvor moden teknologien er, og hvilke særlige udfordringer, der kan være ved at bruge teknologien i offentligt regi.

På kurset får du:

  • indsigt i teknologiens vigtigste koncepter
  • briefing på, hvor moden teknologien er i dag
  • sat ord på, hvordan blockchain adskiller sig fra en traditionel database
  • indsigt i de juridiske udfordringer, der knytter sig til blockchain i offentlig regi
  • forståelse for alternativerne til en blockchainløsning
  • sparring og feedback på idéer, hvor du tænker, blockchain potentielt er relevant
  • et rammeværk for at afsøge potentialet for blockchain i din egen organisation.

Kursets indhold

’Blockchain i det offentlige’ lærer dig om blockchain på en relevant, konkret og hands-on måde, og du får en god forståelse for anvendelsesmulighederne i en offentlig digital kontekst.

På kurset lærer du at sætte ord på, hvad blockchain er, hvad det ikke er, hvordan det relaterer sig til en traditionel database, og hvornår det giver mening at tage i brug.

Du får den nødvendige ballast til at kunne identificere, om blockchain kan være relevant i en given administrativ eller politisk problemstilling, og du får indsigt til at forstå teknologiens konkrete juridiske og tekniske udfordringer.