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Marriott Hotel
Berliner Str. 93, München, Bayern, 80805, Bavaria

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Subject:        Cyber Security for Small and Medium Sized Businesses

Co-Hosts:    AGBC Munich, US Consulate General Munich

When:          Wednesday, 26th April, 1830 – 2230

Where:         Marriott Hotel, Berliner Str. 93, 80805 Munich

Format:        In-person meeting. Moderated Panel + Keynote.

Language:    English

Costs:            Make sure to choose the right ticket: €0 to attend the event only (ticket “event only”) or €30 for buffet and one drink after the event (ticket “event and buffet”)


Jamie Wilkie,  Senior Director at Fujitsu


Dr. Jeanne Rubner, Vice President Global Communication and Public Engagement, TU Munich


  • Christian Luebker, Owner Cosicura GmbH and Cyber Security Expert
  • Stefan Frenzel, Head of Cyber Security Service Sales at Eviden (part of ATOS)
  • Dan Norenberg, Executive and strategic leadership team advisor, coach and author of “Executive Ownershift
  • Clarissa Wilkie, International Relations Policy Officer at the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI)

As part of Transatlantic Innovation Week, US Consulate General Munich and AGBC Munich invite a panel to discuss cyber security and the peculiar challenges that SMEs face on both sides of the Atlantic. What are the threats, risks and innovations to reduce risk of cyber attacks on small to medium businesses? What are the downsides and the possibilities of risk prevention? Our expert panel will discuss these and more questions. The panel discussion is followed by a Q&A.


Our KeyNote Speaker

Jamie Wilkie is a Senior Director at Fujitsu, a global IT services company headquartered in Japan. Jamie is the Product Owner for Fujitsu’s global portfolio of Operational Technology Security services: services securing the use of computers to control industrial systems in manufacturing, utilities and other industries. Jamie’s career has spanned many areas of IT including software development, corporate strategy, networking and innovation management before entering cybersecurity. Jamie says cyber is fascinating because it forces you to think about your point of view – whose security are we protecting?


Our Moderator

Jeanne Rubner is the first Vice-President Global Communication and Public engagement at Technical University Munich (TUM). She has been a science journalist for several decades and started her career as an editor at Süddeutsche Zeitung. From 2012 to 2022 she headed the science and education desk at Bayerischer Rundfunk. Jeanne Rubner holds a Ph.D. in artificial intelligence from the TUM and currently teaches science communication at the Hochschule für Politik. She is author of several books on science, politics and education. She was awarded the Universitas Prize for Science Journalism from the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Foundation and the Medal for Science Writing from the German Physical Society.


Our Panelists are:

Dan Norenberg is an advisor, coach, and consultant to leadership teams, enabling them to improve their performance, strategy, and organizational results.

He is the author of Executive Ownershift, Creating Highly Effective Leadership Teams, from Springer Nature Publications in Switzerland. Dan’s executive coaching video series, Norenberg’s Ninety Seconds, is viewed by thousands on LinkedIn and YouTube.

Dan’s degrees are in psychology and criminology. He is a certified Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coach®, a Narrative Coach Certified Practitioner™, a member of the Society of the Advancement of Consulting, the Million Dollar Consulting Hall of Fame® and the MG 100 Coaches Agency. You can learn more about Dan and his work at www.dannorenberg.com

Stefan Frenzel is Head of Sales, Cyber Security Service Germany at Eviden – an atos business. Since 2008 he has been working in IT/OT security in different companies. He started out with the device security of terminals for POS use, terminals for the German electronic health card (eGK) through the security of sovereign documents (identity cards) up to today’s IT/OT Cyber Security. He speaks on topics such as: For most companies, institutions or authorities, it is no longer a question of “if you will experience a cyber-attack”, nor is it a question of “when you will experience a cyber-attack”, but rather a question of “how often you will experience a cyber-attack” if you do not take comprehensive measures that are continuously updated.

Christian Lübker is the owner and main Shareholder of COSICURA GmbH. He has a long experience in the different fields of IT. He still likes to advise costumers in the area of Information Security, Cyber Security and Data Protection. He is a certified ISO 27001 Auditor. And also an instructor at the DIN Akademie for ISO 27001 Information Management Systems.

Clarissa Wilkie

Clarissa is an International Relations Policy Officer at the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI). In this capacity, she is responsible for coordinating the international engagement of the BSI. She also holds the position of German National Liaison officer to ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity.

Ms. Wilkie joined the BSI in 2022 following her studies in Governance and Public Policy BA at the University of Passau and Information Technology MSc at the University of Glasgow.  During her studies she interned at the German and European Parliament, as well as the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.




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