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ETIS Information Security Working Group will hold its first meeting in Oslo, Norway, hosted kindly by Telenor Norway colleagues.

You can register for our event with the appropriate link on this page.


The core-team started to draft the meeting agenda, which will soon be available below on this page. You are welcome to share your suggestions and presentation proposals with Andrija Visic (av@etis.org)


The participation is capped at 30 participants:

  • Operators, max. 2 participants
  • Suppliers, max. 1 participant + 1 additional if he/she is a presenter


Please follow the below information to book your hotel room!


A minimum of 15 rooms are currently held for our ETIS ISWG meeting at the Hotel Christiania Teater, with presumed arrival date on the 21st and departure on the 23rd. For those of you who joined our Oslo meeting in January 2020, you will recognise this as the same hotel as back then. It is very centrally located in downtown Oslo, with a very easy direct bus line connection (20 mins).

To book with the Telenor discount price of NOK 1.881,-/night (cca EUR 167), do not use online booking. Instead, email the hotel at stay@christianiateater.com, quoting reservation no. 1136GR009061. Remember to include the desired duration of your booking, and also your full name and telephone number. After you receive a confirmation from the hotel, contact the hotel via phone (+4721043800) to share with them your payment card details. This completes your reservation.


· The quoted price includes breakfast and wifi access.

· Price for an extra person in the same room is NOK 200,-/night.

· The Telenor discount price will be offered to reservations beyond 15 rooms, insofar as they have rooms available at the time of your booking.

· Similarly, the Telenor discount price is also valid if you opt to extend your stay to the 24th or 25th.


There is no deadline for booking, but we strongly encourage you to make your reservation ASAP.

Cancellation deadline is 7 days prior to planned arrival.


Other logistics information will be available soon.

Agenda

8

00PM

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9

30PM

Dinner for attendees arriving earlier to Oslo

Villa Paradiso, Olaf Ryes plass 8, 0552 Oslo, Norway
https://maps.app.goo.gl/v9avgasqqH7shraSA

9

20AM

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10

30AM

Security Strategy Updates and Introduction of new Partners

Every participant prepares a short, 3-5 min input (slides are optional) on recent challenges, threats, incidents, projects, and future plans in their organisation. Participants are also invited to share what expectations they have from our 2-day meeting.

10

30AM

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11

00AM

11

00AM

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12

30PM

Session 2: Third Party Access Management

A short survey was shared in advance in order to receive input from all operator representatives (deadline for input is 16th February, noon). Then, we will analyse the results and present them at the meeting, to serve as a starting point for an in-depth discussion

12

30PM

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1

30PM

1

30PM

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3

00PM

Session 3: Security Awareness + Culture Session (including insider threats discussions)

There is increasing interest in creating an ETIS Security Awareness Task Force, which is why we encourage members of our group to present security awareness initiatives implemented in their organisations. Two presentations will be followed up by a discussion session. Please submit presentation proposals to av@etis.org.

Confirmed presentations:

- “Swisscom's Security Awareness & Training Programme”, Marcus Beyer

- "Deutsche Telekom's Security Awareness Approach", Ulrich ten Eikelder

3

00PM

-

3

30PM

3

30PM

-

5

00PM

Session 4: Quantum Cryptography – European Operators' Projects

Telecom operators in Europe are setting up programmes to adopt Post-Quantum Cryptography and be ready for Quantum Key Distribution. Our community of telco security executives is keen to learn from the best! Please submit presentation proposals to av@etis.org.

Confirmed presentations:

- "Journey to Quantum Safety", by Joachim Vererfven, Proximus

- "Potential QKD services for operators and why they are complementary to PQC", by Alain Hirtzig, Post Luxembourg

5

00PM

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5

30PM

Session 5: Various Topics

Colleagues are welcome to propose a topic for the allocated time slot.

Andrija will present most recent updates from ETIS Central Office, including the plans for the ETIS Gathering in Prague

7

30PM

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10

00PM

Sponsored Dinner in Oslo

Restaurant "Stortorvets Gjæstgiveri", located in Grensen 1, 0159 Oslo: https://maps.app.goo.gl/NP6mDi9U3aooKRD56

9

15AM

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9

45AM

Session 6: Telco Security Landscape 2024 - update

Presentation by Richard Kerkdijk, TNO

9

45AM

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10

30AM

Session 7: Updates from ENISA

Presentation by Georgia Bafoutsou on the most recent ENISA activities and publications (25')

Discussion Session (20')

10

30AM

-

11

00AM

11

00AM

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12

30PM

Session 8: Cyber Ranges in Europe

Presentation by:

- Swisscom: "Hacktober" (remote), Marcus Beyer

- Telenor Norway: "Bukkesprang" exercise involving 15+ companies in Norway, by Tor Houghton

- Huawei: "Cyber Range exercise with AIT in Austria", by Yoann Klein

12

30PM

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1

30PM

1

30PM

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2

30PM

Session 9: 5G Security for Critical Communications + Updates from the ETIS Central Office

Including a Roundtable on topics to be addressed in Prague during our next meeting

2

30PM

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3

30PM

Session 10: Telco-only session - operators only invited

Topic: "Status and plans for network-centric false base station detection"

- Every telco participant received pointers to collect input internally.

+ Roundtable on topics to address during the 4-5 June ETIS Gathering meeting of the ISWG.

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