Luxembourg Internet Days 2020: The NIS Directive revision


The Luxembourg Internet Days is a yearly event for ICT professionals to address trends, developments and challenges of the industry. It is organized by LU-CIX (short for Luxembourg Commercial Internet exchange).

Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the event offers a three-day web edition, exclusively accessible online on November 17-19. This year’s event is about Network Security & Cloud Security – Crisis Resistance, Management & Resilience.

Keynote presentations, live panel discussions, presentations and workshops, but also virtual exhibition and networking opportunities will cover the topic. YesWeHack, my employer, is sponsoring, so stop by the virtual booth.

I will be back to LID, albeit virtually this time, to talk about the NIS Directive. I have indeed keynoted at the Luxembourg Internet Days back in 2018, on the NIS Directive. My keynote was followed by a round table discussion I co-moderated with Jean-Philippe Boever.

For this year’s instalment, the NIS Directive has been undergoing revision, and this is precisely the topic of what we will talk about. I am so glad to be back, even only virtually, and to address the essential topic of how to enforce cybersecurity within the European Digital Single Market.

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Keynote: NIS – Yet another expensive legality or an opportunity to improve your security?


During this year’s edition of the Luxembourg Internet Days, I will address the impact of the NIS Directive on organisations. What does the Directive bring to the table? Is it yet another costly legal obligation or does it help improve the general security level across the EU? I will discuss those aspects in light of my professional experience in helping organisations be compliant with a similarly requiring and themed legal framework in France, the LPM (Loi de programmation militaire).

Make sure to join us for the panel discussion that follows immediately centring on the impacts of the NIS Directive on Essential Operators in Luxembourg.

Join us and chime in!