February
26
Starts: 08:15

Enjoy the 6th edition of the DSM Cloud Stakeholder plenary!


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The Digital Single Market Cloud Stakeholder conference with European institutions and renowned experts specifically addresses all stakeholders who are involved in the development of Cloud strategies and the procurement or operations of Cloud services.

It is a great opportunity to learn more about the significance and updates of Cloud computing for the European Single Market. Relevant European public and private institutions, as well as working groups, will provide an update on their work and their roadmap or vision into the future. 
 

Master of Ceremonies

AGENDA

Welcome from BBVA
09:00  to  09:15

BBVA is a customer-centric global financial services group founded in 1857. The Group has a strong leadership position in the Spanish market, is the largest financial institution in Mexico, it has leading franchises in South America and the Sunbelt Region of the United States; and it is also the leading shareholder in Garanti, Turkey’s biggest bank for market capitalization. Its diversified business is focused on high-growth markets and it relies on technology as a key sustainable competitive advantage. Corporate responsibility is at the core of its business model. BBVA fosters financial education and inclusion, and supports scientific research and culture. It operates with the highest integrity, a long-term vision and applies the best practices.

Speaker:
Ricardo Forcano García. Global Head of Engineering & Organization. BBVA.
Welcome from the European Commission
09:15  to  09:45

The Directorate‑General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology is the Commission department responsible to develop a digital single market to generate smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in Europe.

Speaker:
Pierre Chastanet. Head of Unit Cloud & Software, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission. European Commission.
BBVA´s Chief Cloud Officer
09:45  to  10:15

BBVA is a customer-centric global financial services group founded in 1857. The Group has a strong leadership position in the Spanish market, is the largest financial institution in Mexico, it has leading franchises in South America and the Sunbelt Region of the United States; and it is also the leading shareholder in Garanti, Turkey’s biggest bank for market capitalization. Its diversified business is focused on high-growth markets and it relies on technology as a key sustainable competitive advantage. Corporate responsibility is at the core of its business model. BBVA fosters financial education and inclusion, and supports scientific research and culture. It operates with the highest integrity, a long-term vision and applies the best practices.

Speaker:
Victor Espinosa Martinez. Chief Cloud Officer. BBVA.
Centro Criptológico Nacional Computer Emergency Response Team (CCN-CERT)
10:15  to  10:45

The CCN-CERT is the Information Security Incident Response Team of the National Cryptologic Centre, CCN, accountable to the Spanish National Intelligence Centre, CNI. This service was created in 2006 as the Spanish Government CERT, and its functions are listed in Law 11/2002 on the CNI, in RD 421/2004 regulating the CCN and in RD 3/2010, of 8 January, regulating the National Security Scheme, modified by RD 951/2015 of 23 October.

Speaker:
Pablo López. Head of Regulations and Cybersecurity Services Unit. Centro Criptológico Nacional Computer Emergency Response Team (CCN-CERT).
Coffee break
10:45  to  11:15

A 30 minutes coffee break will take place.

The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE)
11:15  to  11:45

The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute, S.A. (INCIBE) is an organisation dependent on the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Business, the Secretary of State for Digital Progress, and is the benchmark institution with regard to the development of cybersecurity, and of digital trust for the general public, for RedIRIS (the Spanish academic and research network), and for businesses, especially sectors of strategic importance.

Speaker:
Raúl Riesco Granadino . Head of Intelligence and Industrial Control Systems. The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE).
European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO)
11:45  to  12:15

ECSO represents the industry-led contractual counterpart to the European Commission for the implementation of the Cyber Security contractual Public-Private Partnership (cPPP). 

ECSO members include a wide variety of stakeholders such as large companies, SMEs and Start-ups, research centres, universities, end-users, operators, clusters and association as well as European Member State’s local, regional and national administrations, countries part of the European Economic Area (EEA) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and H2020 associated countries.

Speaker:
Roberto Cascella. Senior Policy Manager. European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO).
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
12:15  to  12:45

ETSI provides members with an open, inclusive and collaborative environment. This environment supports the timely development, ratification and testing of globally applicable standards for ICT-enabled systems, applications and services.

Speakers:
Margot Dor. Director strategy development. European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).
Sonia Compans. Technical Officer. European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).
Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA)
12:45  to  13:15

As an independent, nonprofit, global association, ISACA engages in the development, adoption and use of globally accepted, industry-leading knowledge and practices for information systems. Previously known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, ISACA now goes by its acronym only, to reflect the broad range of IT governance professionals it serves.

Speaker:
Antonio Ramos. Vice President of ISACA Madrid. Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).
Cocktail Lunch
13:15  to  14:15

A 60 minutes Cocktail lunch will take place.

The Cloud Service Provider Certification (CSP CERT) Group Panel
14:15  to  15:15

The Cloud Service Provider Certification (CSP CERT) Stakeholder group is a co-regulatory that is exploring the possibility of developing a European Cloud Certification Scheme in the context of the Cybersecurity Act (Title III, esp. Art. 47 (1)) and come up with a recommendation to ENISA and the European Commission.

This panel will explain the objective of the group and introduce the different views of it´s drafting members.

Speakers:
Borja Larrumbide Martinez. Head of Cybersecurity Institutional Affairs. BBVA.
Aurelien Leteinturier. Head of security products and services approval unit. ANSSI.
Clemens Doubrava. Head of Section of Information Security in the cloud. BSI.
Prof. William C. Ochs II. Global Cloud Certifications Sr. Engineer. CISCO.
Saurabh Ghelani. Strategic Trust Leader. Google.
Dr. Bert Tuinsma MSc RA. Chairman of Zeker-OnLine, Issuer of Trust Certificates for Cloud Services. Zeker online.
Switching and Porting between Cloud Providers: SWIPO WG progress report, Co-chairs of WG
15:15  to  16:15

The European Commission aims to create a more competitive cloud market in Europe by means of a self-regulatory process in which stakeholders define through a code of conduct how organizations can be enabled to switch from providers and port their data into a new environment of their choosing.

Switching & Porting (SWIPO):

SWIPO is the collective name of a group of stakeholders that are working towards a code of conduct on Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and on Software as a service (SaaS) within the domain of Cloud Computing. The group consists of an Infrastructure sub group and a software sub group who are both working on their specific codes of conduct for IaaS and SaaS but share common principles like Legal, Governance, Terms of Reference and the general approach to the existence of both codes. 

The following three presentations of 20 mins each will be made in this slot:

15:15 SWIPO general presentation and activities towards launch presented Maurice & Gentile

15:35 IaaS Code of Conduct state of affairs and progress presented by Alban 

15:55 SaaS Code of Conduct Proceedings with specific elements (Governance, results from public consultations, etc.) presented by Jörn & Chris 

 

 

Speakers:
Jörn Wittmann. Managing Director. SCOPE EUROPE.
Gentile Aniello. Manager in Enel Global Cyber Security Unit. ENEL.
Maurice van der Woude. CEO. BPdelivery B.V..
Alban Schmutz. VP Strategic Development & Public Affairs. OVH.
Dr. Chris Francis. Director of Government Relations for SAP UK and nominated representative of DigitalEurope to cochair the SaaS subgroup of SWIPO. SAP.
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA)
16:15  to  16:45

The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) is a centre of expertise for cyber security in Europe. The Agency is located in Greece with its seat in Athens and a branch office in Heraklion, Crete.

ENISA is actively contributing to a high level of network and information security (NIS) within the Union, since it was set up in 2004, to the development of a culture of NIS in society and in order to raise awareness of NIS, thus contributing to proper functioning of the internal market.

The Agency works closely together with Members States and private sector to deliver advice and solutions. This includes, the pan-European Cyber Security Exercises, the development of National Cyber Security Strategies, CSIRTs cooperation and capacity building, but also studies on secure Cloud adoption, addressing data protection issues, privacy enhancing technologies and privacy on emerging technologies, eIDs and trust services, and identifying the cyber threat landscape, and others. ENISA also supports the development and implementation of the European Union's policy and law on matters relating to NIS.

Speaker:
Andreas Mitrakas. Head of Unit “Data Security & Standardisation” in the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA). European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA).
Closing by the European Commission
16:45  to  17:15

The Directorate‑General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology is the Commission department responsible to develop a digital single market to generate smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in Europe.

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Speakers:
Pierre Chastanet. Head of Unit Cloud & Software, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission. European Commission.
Witte Wijsmuller. Policy Officer Cloud & Software, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission. European Commission.
Closing by BBVA
17:15  to  17:30

BBVA is a customer-centric global financial services group founded in 1857. The Group has a strong leadership position in the Spanish market, is the largest financial institution in Mexico, it has leading franchises in South America and the Sunbelt Region of the United States; and it is also the leading shareholder in Garanti, Turkey’s biggest bank for market capitalization. Its diversified business is focused on high-growth markets and it relies on technology as a key sustainable competitive advantage. Corporate responsibility is at the core of its business model. BBVA fosters financial education and inclusion, and supports scientific research and culture. It operates with the highest integrity, a long-term vision and applies the best practices.

Speaker:
Eduardo Arbizu Lostao. Global Head Supervisors, Regulation and Compliance of the Group. BBVA.

FAQ

What time does check-in begin?

Registration opens at 8:15 and the event starts at 9:00. Please plan accordingly to be at the doors at 8:15. There might be traffic congestion and difficulty to park cars. Usage of public transportation, taxi or equivalent is recommended.

Will there be translation services into spanish or english during the conference?

Yes, although most speakers will present in English there will be translation services into Spanish and vice-versa.

Are there any requisites to check-in to the conference?

Yes, an ID or passport is required to enter the conference. Your name and surname should match your ticket in order to allow you access. Also, you need to print your ticket with a QR code to access the conference via our security checkpoints.

What can I bring into the event?

Coffee, tea and drinks along with a light buffet will be provided. If you bring backpacks, luggage or portable devices such as laptops you might be required to go through a security check and electronic scan.

Are there transport facilities and parking near-by?

The public plenary on the 26th will take place in BBVA headquarters which is located in Calle Azul 4, Madrid 28050. Entrance to the auditorium is through this street. The best method is via taxi or equivalent as parking nearby is extremely difficult. Alternatively, you can use the Metro which you have two possible stations:

1- Metro station “Las Tablas” which is line 10 as is 15 mins walking to the main entrance.

2- Metro station “Palas de Rey” which is a light metro and is line 1. This is 5 mins walking to the main entrance.

There are other alternatives such as getting the City buses called EMT. The possible buses are 172, 173, 176 y T61.

I haven´t received the ticket with the QR, why?

Once you have successfully registered the ticket with the QR is not emitted. We will send you a final email with the ticket and QR that you will need to print out so that you can access the security checkpoints. We will send the email with the ticket during the week of the 18th of February.