Wachstum und Veränderung im Zeichen der Digitalisierung

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For two years we have worked on the EU funded project "Enterprises intangible Risk Management via Economic models based on simulation of modern cyber attacks (Hermeneut)" on how to measure the extent on losses due to cyber attacks. How does cyber attacks impair brand name, reputation and patents. Intangible assets are becoming increasingly important against the background of digital transformation processes where companies experience added value by reputation and brand name.
 

Our speakers from HERMENEUT are Altay Özaygen of University Paris-Sud (Paris XI) and Alexander Szantofrom BIGS. In the aftermath we are looking forward to an interesting discussion. The presentation will be in english.

Impact of Cyber-Attacks on Intangible Assets

 Wednesday, May 29th, 2019, from 12:00  to 14:00

If you are interested, please register until May 27th, 2019 via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Speaker

Altay Özaygen - Postdoctoral Researcher at Paris-Sud University (Paris XI).

Altay Özaygen obtained a PhD in Business Administration and Management from Télécom Ecole de Management (IMT). He did extensive work in patent analysis, social network analysis, open innovation, information security, privacy and digital transformation.

Prior to that, Altay Özaygen gained experience as a software developer and system administrator. He currently works at the Jean Monnet Faculty Law-Economy-Management at the Université Paris-Sud 11 as a researcher within the HERMENEUT H2020 project focusing on economics of cybersecurity.

Alexander Szanto - Research Fellow, Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS).

Alexander joined BIGS as a Cybersecurity Research Fellow in May 2017. He is primarily in charge of the Horizon2020 EU research project HERMENEUT. Alexander studied European Studies at the University of Maastricht and spent a semester at the Sciences Po in Paris with a focus on International Relations. He subsequently earned a Master’s degree in Intelligence and International Security, concentrating in Cybersecurity and Political Developments in the Middle East post-1945 in the War Studies Department of King’s College in London. Prior to joining BIGS, Alexander worked in the State Parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia in Düsseldorf, where he provided research and advice on digital politics and domestic security policy.