CORAL Event Agenda

The CORAL project consortium is pleased to invite you to its CORAL end-of-project event. Key facts:

  • Time: Oct. 18, 2023 from 13:40 to 16h40
  • Place: Luxembourg House of Cybersecurity, 122 Rue Adolphe Fischer, L-1521 Luxembourg pin
  • Event language: English
  • Agenda: See below
  • Registration link: Please register here


CORAL - Supporting SMEs in the context of the European Cybersecurity Certification Regulation

Time Description
13h40 - 14h00 Welcome of the Participants
14h00 - 14h05 Welcome words and mission of the LHC
Mr. Francois THILL - Ministry of Economy
14h05 - 14h15 Presentation of ILNAS
Dr. Jean-Philippe HUMBERT – ILNAS
14h15 - 14h35 Keynote speech: The EU Cybersecurity Certification framework and its impact on SMEs
Mr. drs. R.M. Renate VERHEIJEN, Legal advisor Cybersecurity - EU Agency for Cybersecurity
14h35 - 14h50 Cybersecurity Certification and the CSA, and ILNAS’s role
14h50 - 15h05 Cybersecurity Standardisation
15h05 - 15h35 CORAL project results
Purpose of the project - Dr. Gabriela GHEORGHE - LHC
Standards landscape - Mrs. Natalia VINOGRADOVA - ANEC GIE
Methodology and tool - Dr. Gabriela GHEORGHE - LHC
Feedback and lessons learnt - Dr. Gabriela GHEORGHE - LHC
15h35 - 16h05 Panel discussion
The value of cybersecurity certification in Luxembourg, and how to encourage it
Mr. Sandro Di IACOVO - LuxDev
Audrey Migeotte - PwC Luxembourg
Mr. drs. R.M. Renate VERHEIJEN - ENISA
Moderation: Dr. Gabriela GHEORGHE - LHC
16h05 - 16h15 Closing remarks
Dr. Gabriela Gheorghe - LHC
16h10 - 16h40 Networking Coffee

For whom the event is intended

The ultimate goal of the event is to encourage an open dialog around the evaluation and certification of cybersecurity maturity for any ICT solution, and how that comes to life in Luxembourg and in the EU.

While the project results are intended mainly to SMEs willing to have their solutions assessed or certified in terms of cybersecurity, the event aims to reach to a wider audience, including:

  • SMEs that are unsure of the advantages of standards and certification in cybersecurity,
  • auditors that could perform certifications in the context of the Cybersecurity Act (CSA),
  • specific authorities that can play a role in the accreditation and certification proceeses in the scope of the CSA,
  • the wider public, concerned about cybersecurity, who consumes or uses ICT solutions.