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KAMPALA, UGANDA

2 days / 2 training tracks
1 policy session

6-7 September

Day 1. 6th September

Policy Day Agenda



Welcome notes from guests of honour

9.00


Keynote: Introduction and setting the scene

Vilius Benetis, NRD Cyber Security

9.30


How a cyber incident can cause a major national crisis?

Akvilė Giniotienė, NRD Cyber Security

10.00


Tea/coffee break

10.20


Effective cyber crisis management – who needs to be involved and how?

Moderator: Akvilė Giniotienė, NRD Cyber Security
Participants:
Emmanuel Mugabi, NITA-U
Noah Baalessanvu, NISAG
Andrew Walusimbi, Uganda Bankers Association

10.40


Communication during cyber crisis

Živilė Nečejauskaitė, NRD Cyber Security

11.10


Panel discussion: Communications during cyber crisis: What needs to be communicated?

Moderator: Živilė Nečejauskaitė, NRD Cyber Security
Participants:
Steven Kirenga, NITA-U

11.30


Lunch

12.10


Intro to Day 2

What will Day 2 of the conference bring?

13.30



Cybercrime trends in East Africa: How East African communities are dealing with them?

Joseph Mathenge, ISACA Kampala Chapter Partner

13.40


EAC efforts to address cybercrime

Moderator: Joseph Mathenge, ISACA Kampala Chapter Partner
Participants:
Jimmy Haguma, Uganda Police Force
Herculs Bizure, ISACA Kampala Chapter
Martin Karungi, Uganda National CERT/CC – NITA

14.00


Tea/coffee break

14.40


Readiness to handle modern cyber-assisted crime

Goran Oparnica, INsig2

15.00


Review of „Declaration 2017 on strengthening cybersecurity in financial sector“

Facilitator: Akvilė Giniotienė, NRD Cybr Security
Participants:
Wilbrod Humphreys Owor, Uganda Bankers Association
Arnold Mangeni, NITA-U

15.20


Closing remarks

16.20


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Sessions

Two training sessions to suit your specific cyber security needs.

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