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Cyber-attacks will happen and it is mere a question of when you are hit.

Cyber-attacks are more imminent, more persistent and have risen exponentially in frequency and number over the years and is still growing at pace.

We are all in a situation of when it will happen rather than if it happens - and it is most important to prioritise key areas, and mitigate and minimise the impact of these unavoidable attacks.

Join us for a free in-person event "Identity Security: 2023 Review & Top Predictions for 2024" on 25 January 2024, at KPMG’s office in Copenhagen.

We will delve into the identity and security trends of 2023, and take a look forward into what to expect in 2024. During the session, we will cover the following topics:

  • The identity and security trends in 2023 and how the threat landscape evolved
  • The top challenges businesses have faced and lessons learned
  • Approaching compliance deadlines and how to prepare
  • Predictions on 2024 and key identity security challenges

After attending the session you will:

  • Know more about lessons learnt from 2023 security breaches and attacks
  • Understand the challenges these represent for your business and how to tackle them
  • Be aware of the legislative requirements and how you will need to address them
  • Have foresight into the expected 2024 trends and how to look out for an manage their impacts on your business

We are certain you will come away with some excellent learnings you will be able to put into action for your business.

Places are limited, so be sure to secure your place today.

Practical information

Note: The event will take place in English

Date and time: Thursday, 25 January 2024 at 9.00-12.30. Registration, coffee & croissant from 8.30.

Location: KPMG, Dampfærgevej 28, 2100 Copenhagen

Parking: Parking is available in the parking basement below Amerika Plads. Parking expenses is not covered by KPMG.


08.30 – 09.00 Registration, coffee & croissant

09.00 – 09.05 Welcome

09.05 – 09.45 Key 2023 trends and evolution of the threat landscape w. Amos Green, Senior Sales Engineer Nordic Region, RSA

09.45 – 10.00 Coffee Break

10.00 – 10.40 Top Identity Security Challenges for 2024 w. Martin Povelsen, Partner, KPMG

10.40 – 10.50 Coffee Break

10.50 – 11.30 Cybercrime - A societal threat w. Jan Olsson, Police Superintendent / Operations Developer at Swedish Cybercrime Centre (SC3) / National Operations Department (NOA)

11.30 – 12.30 Networking & sandwiches. Take the opportunity to network with other attendees and share insights and best practices.


Attendance is free, but space is limited, so please RSVP by 19 January 2024 to reserve your place. To register, please click here.

Keynote session

Cybercrime - A societal threat
With each passing day, new and increasingly advanced cyberattacks are published. Pretty much every company and organisation has had attacks from cybercriminals and many don't even know about it. In a world that is painted more and more like an ongoing Armageddon, one wonders if there are even opportunities to protect oneself and one's business?
The answer is that it is easy to significantly reduce the risks of an attack and significantly minimise damage in the event of a completed attack.
What the consequences are of cybercrime, who is behind it, what the police and other actors are doing and what is fast approaching regarding the new Modus Operandi are some of the things Jan Olsson intend to lecture on.


Jan Olsson, Police Superintendent / Operations Developer at Swedish Cybercrime Centre (SC3), National Operations Department (NOA)
Jan has worked as a police officer for more than 30 years and for 15 years with internet-related crime, e.g. as a national expert in fraud. Among other things, he has been involved in starting the National Fraud Center (NBC) back in 2013 , but has for the last 5 years worked with preventive efforts and as a business developer at the National IT Crime Center (Noa) / Swedish CyberCrime Center (SC3).
Jan is a seasoned lecturer who is also often hired in the rest of Europe and the USA. He also participates in international police cooperation within Europol, Interpol but also within the majority of international Private-Public-Partnership organisations in Europe and sits on the board of ECCFI and MRC's LE Commission.
Jan has received a number of awards, the most recent of which was "Safety Profile of the Year 2022".
Amos Green, Senior Sales Engineer Nordic Region, RSA
Amos has been advising clients in the various security domains for nearly 30 years. He has consulted and guided clients through shifts in technology that enable business objectives providing competitive advantages as well as opening new doors to new threats. The geopolitical events and new workforce habits have highlighted the issues before us and call into sharp relief the directives and regulations such as NIS2, DORA and other directives and regulations. Protecting our way of life by securing resources across industry and public sectors in the identity, network, device, data and application security arenas is of utmost importance.
Martin Povelsen, Partner at Digital Risk, KPMG
Martin Povelsen is Partner and Head of our Digital Risk at KPMG. Our Digital Risk department takes a broader, more holistic view of the risk element. We concentrate on the strategic impact that technologies and new business models can have on your entire organisation. We help you establish a governance framework that embraces disruptive technologies and encourages innovation while ensuring risks are identified and managed, and that stakeholder trust in new technology adoption is achieved.
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