Stay up to date and rewatch in our virtual European panel discussion – with exclusive insights from our experts. You can expect exciting insights to several high-priority topics in the context of cybersecurity – all 100% independent and neutral. Looking forward to hearing from you in this context!
CyberCompare European Cybersecurity Panel
Thank you all for a great session
We are very happy for the great feedback we received on our panel discussion on October 13. A big „Thank you“ to our hosts and panelists for the interesting discussion, valuable insights and a lot of food for thought!
COO of Bosch CyberCompare
Former CIO of Shell Energy
Head of Group Information Security Office Ströer SE & Co. KGaA
Benjamin is head of group information security office at Ströer, and he is responsible for the strategic security of the entire group and develops implementable security concepts for the subsidiaries. As a freelancer, he sacrifices Trojan horses and supports medium-sized companies in establishing a sustainable security culture and strategy.
Dr. Christoph Peylo
Senior Vice President Digital Trust Robert Bosch GmbH
Christoph is an expert in IT, software development, cyber security and artificial intelligence. He founded and led the Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence, after holding various executive roles in Deutsche Telekom and as managing director of software companies.
Chief Information Security Officer FUCHS PETROLUB SE
Markus developed the global information (cyber) security practice at FUCHS from scratch. He has 15 years of experience in strategic information management and information security for global players in chemicals, automotive, finance, telecommunication industries. He holds certificats from ITIL, Cobit, TOGAF and PrinceII and has a business administration degree at University of Mannheim.
Together with our panelists, we discussed the following topics
- Do we only need Microsoft (or another hyperscaler) in the future to cover all security topics, or will we continue to have a fragmented security landscape?
Are you more at risk from your OT or cloud environment – and was OT security ever relevant besides for critical infrastructure?
Are the hackers better innovators than the security industry?