Keynote Speakers

Andrey Nikishin

Andrey Nikishin

Director Special Projects & Future Technologies, Kasperky Lab, London, UK

In a career that stretches back to the early days of Kaspersky Lab, Andrey worked as a Senior Software Engineer and Architect before moving to the Strategic Marketing Department as a Product Strategy Manager. Prior to his present role, Andrey headed the Cloud and Content Technologies Research and Development Department. Before joining Kaspersky Lab, Andrey had several years of experience developing his own antivirus programs. Andrey has a degree from the Baltic State Technical University in St. Petersburg and received his MBA from the London Business School.

Keynote address:
Does IoT stand for Internet of Threats and other stories?

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Cor Kalkman

Professor of Anesthesiology at University Medical Center Utrecht, NL

Cor Kalkman (1954) divides his time between clinical research and neuroanesthesia. His main research interests are perioperative physiological monitoring, patient safety/Human Factors, measuring Quality of Care, cognitive dysfunction following cardiac and non-cardiac surgery. He published more than 250 peer reviewed research papers and has mentored 30 PhD students towards a completed doctoral thesis. From 2006-2013 he was chair of the UMC Utrecht Patient Safety Center. He currently chairs the Scientific Research Committee of ‘Global Comparators’, a collaborative International Benchmark project from 50 University Medical Centers in the US, UK, Scandinavia, the Netherlands and Australia (www.globalcomparators.com)

Keynote address:
Medical devices, Electronic Health Records and assuring Patient Safety: future Challenges?

Eric Luiijf

Eric Luiijf

Principal Consultant for Critical (Information) Infrastructure Protection at the Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, The Hague, NL

Eric Luiijf MSc(Eng)Delft supports, among others, the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice and European Union projects in the areas of critical infrastructure protection and cyber security. Part of his research concerns the cyber security of Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and smartgrids. He performed ICS benchmarks in the Dutch drinking water, energy, and water management sectors and was the main author of an ICS Security Good Practice that was distributed at the Global Conference of Cyberspace 2015.

Keynote address:
Cyber (in)security of Industrial Control Systems: a societal challenge

Felix Redmill

Felix Redmill

Redmill Consultancy

With a degree in Electrical Engineering, Felix first worked as a software programmer and then as a systems analyst. After taking an MSc in Computation, he was engineer and manager in industry, in various engineering departments, and through the 1980s he led software engineering teams in large telecommunications projects. Since 1991 he has been a consultant in project and risk management, and has lectured, written, and run courses on safety risk.

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