Panel Discussion "Cybersecurity - Bridging Scientific Research and Societal Impact"

Location: TU Wien, TUtheSky (BA11B09)
Date/Time: 2024-04-18 17:45

**Stephanie Jakoubi** ‒ Managing Board SBA Research

Stephanie Jakoubi ‒ Managing Board SBA Research

Stephanie Jakoubi is part of the management board of SBA Research and head of the Strategic Partnership Management and Communication. Her path in IT started as a software developer, evolving into project management roles encompassing software and research projects. In this context, she worked closely with company partners and increasingly developed into an interface between industry, research and funding bodies. Stephanie is very committed to the empowerment of women in the IT and security sector. She is founding member of various associations and female IT networks, including her role as program manager of sheDigital and also the CSA Hackerinnen team. Additionally, she contributes her expertise as a board member to various organizations, including KSÖ Kompetenzzentrum sicheres Österreich and Bildungsserver Wien.
**Andreas Köberl** ‒ Managing Director of TÜV TRUST IT TÜV AUSTRIA  GmbH

Andreas Köberl ‒ Managing Director of TÜV TRUST IT TÜV AUSTRIA GmbH

Andreas Köberl is the Managing Director of TÜV TRUST IT TÜV AUSTRIA GmbH - the neutral, objective and independent partner for the industry and public sector with regard to information security and data privacy. He has been working in IT business for more than 25 years, and was Senior Manager in Siemens IT Solutions & Services and Atos for Managed Services, Big Data and Cyber Security in Austria.
**Joe Pichlmayr** ‒ CEO IKARUS, Managing Director of CyberSecurityAustria, Executive Board of ECSC

Joe Pichlmayr ‒ CEO IKARUS, Managing Director of CyberSecurityAustria, Executive Board of ECSC

Joe Pichlmayr is the Managing Director and co-owner of IKARUS Security Software GmbH, which was founded in 1986. He has been working on computer viruses ever since. He possesses in-depth knowledge of malware and the underground scene and maintains constant contact with virus labs and CERTs of most security software providers. Additionally, he is a member and co-founder of numerous national and international professional associations, including being a founding member of AMTSO, co-founder of CIRCA (Computer Incident Response Coordination Austria), a precursor to Cert.at, co-initiator of the Austrian virus early warning systems, initiator and co-founder and member of the board of the digitalcity.wien initiative. He is also the founder and head of board of CyberSecurity Austria (CSA), Master of CyberSecurity Challenge Austria, a mentor in the Center of Excellence Program of the CSA and Secretary oft he ExecutiveCommittee of ECSC (EuropeanCyberSecurityChallenge).
**Daniele Sangion** - CISO/CSO (Digital & Corporate Security) at UniCredit Bank Austria

Daniele Sangion - CISO/CSO (Digital & Corporate Security) at UniCredit Bank Austria

Daniele Sangion has been leading international digital transformation programs for major European financial companies for over 25 years. He is currently CISO/ CSO (Digital & Corporate Security) of UniCredit Bank Austria in Vienna and before he was responsible in UniCredit at Group level for the security of relevant programs, including GDPR and TPRM. He is a member of the Scientific Committee of Clusit, of the Advisory Board of the Cybersecurity Observatory of the Milan Polytechnic and of the Board of Kompetenzzentrum Sicheres Österreich (KSÖ). He was Senior Manager in Accenture in Italy until 2016. He has obtained various international certifications in the IT, Security and Management areas, including a degree in Computer Science with 110 cum laude in the Università degli Studi of Milan while working in a software house.
**Hanna Wilhelmer** - Project Lead at the Federal Chancellery of Austria

Hanna Wilhelmer - Project Lead at the Federal Chancellery of Austria

Hanna Wilhelmer works at the Department for Cybersecurity Policy at the Federal Chancellery of Austria where she heads a team in charge of setting up the Austrian National Coordination Centre for Cybersecurity. She also represents Austria in the Governing Board of the European Cybersecurity Industrial, Technology and Research Competence Centre (ECCC). Prior to her current position, she worked in foreign and security policy at the Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU in Brussels with a focus on cybersecurity and among others at the Section for International Law and International Relations at the University of Vienna. Ms Wilhelmer holds a law and a Bachelor degree in Development Studies from University of Vienna.

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