• Carsten Schürmann

    Professor, ITU

    Bio: 

    Carsten is a professor in computer science at the IT University of Copenhagen and heads the Center for Information Security and Trust.  His research focuses on cyber- and information security, with particular emphasis on election security.  He holds a PhD degree from Carnegie-Mellon University.  

    Title of presentation: 

    Defending against Supply-Chain Attacks  

    Abstract of presentation: 

    Since Solarwinds, everyone has heard about supply-chain attacks.  In this presentation, I will explain what they are, why they are difficult to defend against, and give some good practice advice, on how to minimize the supply-chain attack surface.
     

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Amager Strandpark
      01-12-2 -
      Organized by ITU

      This session is dedicated on how to build better, more secure and more trustworthy software for critical infrastructure sectors. We will discuss challenges to be addressed, and the role of software verification, software analysis tools, and certification.

      Program:
      Scientific Talk: “Defending against Supply-Chain Attacks.” Carsten Schürmann, Professor, IT University of Copenhagen
      Business Talk: "The value of product certicifation", Jeppe Bjerre, Specialist, Product compliance, Engineering, Force Technology
      Business Talk: “Security by Design – why is it not happening”, Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen, Head of Security Lab, Alexandra Instituttet
      Panel discussion and Q&A

      Session coordinator: Peter Ibsen, ITU
      Facilitator: Carsten Schürmann, ITU
      How to improve your software product!
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