5th Luxembourg – Poland Business Conference

february, 2024

29feb10:00 am4:30 pm5th Luxembourg - Poland Business ConferenceThis Thursday, 29/02!


Event Details

PLLUS – Poland Luxembourg Synergies in Cybersecurity
What are the risks, alternative solutions and examples of practices in use facing both countries?

We are thrilled to announce the 5th Luxembourg-Poland Business Conference on the critical theme of Cybersecurity. Mark your calendars for Thursday, the 29th of February, 2024, as industry experts and innovators convene at the prestigious Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg.

This milestone conference is organised in collaboration with our esteemed partners, including the Embassy of Poland in Luxembourg, the Embassy of Luxembourg in Poland, Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, the Polish Investment & Trade Agency and the Luxembourg House of Cybersecurity. It has also gained the media patronage of Chronicle.lu and RTL Today.

At the heart of cybersecurity discussions lies the constant battle against evolving threats. It’s not just about preventing breaches but also about continuously fortifying defenses, identifying vulnerabilities, and proactively responding to emerging risks. The Luxembourg-Poland Business Conference aims to delve into these pressing issues, exploring strategies, best practices, and collaborative efforts between Poland and Luxembourg to bolster cybersecurity resilience in the finance sector.

Join us for engaging panel discussions, cutting-edge presentations, and expert insights into cybersecurity challenges and advancements. Explore practical applications in cybersecurity from leading businesses and universities in Poland and Luxembourg. Don’t miss this opportunity to be at the forefront of cybersecurity discussions!

Please acknowledge that, during the gathering, there will be taken pictures and videos that will serve LPCC’s marketing purposes. The attendees are also encouraged to take photos during the event and share them on LinkedIn while tagging @Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce!


10.00 – 10.30    Registration, coffee and refreshments
10.30 – 11.00    Introduction

Welcome Speeches by:

H.E. Mr Piotr Wojtczak, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Luxembourg
H.E. Mr Paul Schmit, Ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in Warsaw
Carlo Thelen, Managing Director of the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce
Magda Lekan, Head of Foreign Trade Office in Amsterdam, Polish Investment and Trade Agency
Artur Sosna, President of the Luxembourg Poland Chamber of Commerce (LPCC)

11.00 – 11.45    Business Panel moderated by Marek Graczyk from Eskom IT Sp. z o.o.
Katarzyna Nowak, Head of Unit, National Cybersecurity Coordination Center Poland
Pascal Steichen, CEO of Luxembourg House of Cybersecurity
Izabela Taborowska, President of the Girls in Tech Foundation, President of CyberClue
Sabika Ishaq, President, Women Cyber Force
Łukasz Gawron, Chairman of the Polish Cybersecurity Cluster #CyberMadeInPoland

11.45 – 12.30    Case Studies Panel moderated by Marek Graczyk from Eskom IT Sp. z o.o.
Jeremi Olechnowicz, Security Analyst, Security Department at Centrum e-Zdrowie (e-Health Centre)
Jacques Federspiel, Chief Information Security Officer at Hôpitaux Robert Schuman

12.30 – 14.30    Networking lunch

14.30 – 15.15    Research and Innovation Panel moderated by Carlo Duprel, SnT – Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust
Prof. Dr. Wojciech Jamroga, Research Scientist, University of Luxembourg, Competence Hub in Research in Cybersecurity and Cyber Defence
Marek Ostafil, Co-Founder of Cyberus Labs, Head of Operations, Europe
Carmelo Dimauro, Expert on Risk & Security Management, National Cybersecurity Competence Center Luxembourg

15.15 – 15.30    Presentation by Jean-Louis Huynen, Security Researcher, CIRCL, FETTA Project: Cybersecurity unites across borders to strengthen EU Cyber Threat Intelligence
FETTA Project is the effect of a collaboration between Polish (CERT.PL) and Luxembourg (CIRCL) partners aiming at creating a federated virtual CTI team across multiple national CSIRTs by sharing expertise, tools, and data for joint analysis and collaboration on intelligence products.

15.30 – 15.50    Pitches of Polish companies

15.50 – 16.10    Pitches of Luxembourgish companies

16.10 – 16.30    Conference summary and conclusion


Detailed Outlook:


Information security in a digital world. Challenges and opportunities for citizens, societies and companies.

The social and economic landscape in which European societies live is changing rapidly. The impact of technology – especially that related to information processing and circulation – on geopolitical, social and local processes is constantly growing.

Security of information: its production, circulation, use and management shapes geopolitical processes, conflicts, electoral decisions, as well as the daily decisions of companies and citizens. In the search for information security in a digital world – cyber security – systemic regulations are emerging at EU level, such as the NIS2 Directive or the DORA Regulation.

  • Are such regulations the right way to go, or is this a threat of over-regulation and – at the economic level – a loss of Europe’s competitive position?
  • So, should we focus on systemic solutions or on deregulation and a differentiated perspective in the approach to cyber security?
  • Are we adequately aware of the challenges that lie ahead?
  • Is it enough to rely on technological solutions – such as artificial intelligence – to provide us with cyber security?
  • Or perhaps the answers do not lie in the technological world: perhaps we need to build awareness at the level of individuals, change education programmes and look for simple non-tech solutions?
  • Do we have the resources and talents in Europe to deal with cyber security at each of these levels?
  • Who is accountable and who is responsible for ensuring cyber security?
  • And finally, how to take advantage of the differences and similarities in the approach of these issues (or maybe there are none?) – Luxembourg and Poland.

During the panel, we will try to seek answers to these questions.


New regulations. Practical implementation of cybersecurity and business continuity requirements.

Among the most important regulations that will affect the level of cyber security for companies and public entities are the NIS2 Directive and the CER Directive, which set out the legal and institutional framework to ensure that operators of essential services are more resilient. These are entities that provide services that are essential to conduct societal functions and economic activity in the European market. But has nothing been happening in this area so far? On the contrary.

During the panel, we will talk about solutions that serve the development and security of ICT networks and digital services in Poland and Luxembourg. We will discuss practical, Polish and Luxembourgian examples of activities in securing and managing data, including sensitive data, using the example of the healthcare sector – one of the sectors of essential services. We will reflect on the possibilities of joint use of best practices at the European level.


How AI is transforming cybersecurity?

In a difficult global socio-political context, the digital transformation of the economy and society needs to be done in a way such as to protect people, public services and businesses, support democracy and values, and protect our strategic autonomy. Recently the significance of AI in cyber security has escalated alongside the growing reliance of businesses and organizations on technology for their operations, making them more susceptible to cyber attacks. AI and machine learning can be used in various ways in cyber security to detect and respond to cyber threats. Unfortunately, AI and ML have also given cybercriminals new tools to develop more sophisticated cyber threats.

In this context, the work of the research and innovation communities in Poland and Luxembourg is crucial in creating the knowledge necessary to understand and prepare for what lies ahead. This panel should present a forward-looking perspective on some of the challenges and opportunities Luxembourg and Poland face and how collaborative efforts between pour countries could bolster cybersecurity resilience in the finance sector.


FETTA Project is the effect of a collaboration between Polish (CERT.PL) and Luxembourg (CIRCL) partners aiming at creating a federated virtual CTI team across multiple national CSIRTs by sharing expertise, tools, and data for joint analysis and collaboration on intelligence products.



We are happy to showcase to you the Polish and Luxembourg companies who will have a stand at the event. There will be an informal network during the lunch. We invite you to take note of the companies and approach them during the informal networking session.

About the Luxembourg-Poland Business Conference

The Luxembourg-Poland Business Conference, a flagship initiative of the Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce (LPCC), has been at the forefront of fostering robust business relationships between Poland and Luxembourg since its inception in 2018. This annual conference serves as a dynamic and influential platform that brings together experts, professionals, researchers, and industry players. Over the past four years, conferences have successfully covered a diverse range of topics such as Fintech and Regtech, Luxembourg-Poland Partnership in Space Business, Future of Logistics, and Sustainable Finances.

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