11 March 2024 | Brussels Marriott Hotel Grand Place


Crypto Module Day precedes the EU Cyber Act Conference. Click here for the EU Cyber Act Conference agenda.

Tuesday 28 March

08:00-09:00 Registration

09:00-10:20 ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27/WG 3 TALKS

Moderator: Miguel Bañon, Convenor, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27WG 3

09:00 Introduction (A00a) Miguel Bañon, Convenor ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27WG 3, Spain

The following WG members will make recorded presentations, followed by a live remote question and answer session with all speakers.

09:10 What It Was, Issues I See, and What Is Coming (A00b) Kim Schaffer, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), United States [Recorded Presentation]

09:30 ISO/IEC 19790: A Toolbox for Crypto Security (A00c) Carolyn French, Manager Cryptographic Module Validation Program, Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS), Canada [Recorded Presentation]

09:50 Current Revision of ISO/IEC 24759 Test Requirements for Cryptographic Modules (A00d) HeeBong Choi, Principal Researcher, NSR, South Korea [Recorded Presentation]

10:10 Live Remote Q&A With All Speakers (A00e)

10:20-10:50 Networking Break in Exhibits


Moderator: Rasma Araby, COO, atsec information security

10:50 Whats in my sBoM and hBoM? (A01a) Pali Surdhar, Director of Product Security, Entrust, United Kingdom

11:20 Panel Discussion: How Crypto is Tested in Europe? Is a Crypto Certification Needed? (A01b) Moderator: Pascal van Gimst, VP of Global Services Sales, Riscure, Netherlands Panelists: Fritz Bollmann, Head of Software Certification, Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI), Germany; Alan Gornall, Consultant, Rycombe Consulting, United Kingdom; Ferenc Molnár, CEO, CCLab, Hungary; David Mudd, Global Head of Digital Trust Assurance, BSI Group, United Kingdom [60MIN]

12:20-13:20 Lunch in Exhibits


Moderator: Ryan Thomas, Lightship Security

13:20 Security Evaluation and Certification for a Trustworthy European Quantum Communication Infrastructure (A02a) Guntram Wicke, Senior IT Security Analyst, Deutsche Telekom Security GmbH, Germany

13:50 IoT and Quantum Crypto (A02b) Ravi Jagannathan, Sr Director, Global Certifications, Assurance and Trust, Palo Alto Networks, United States

14:20 IoT Devices Meet New Cryptographic Algorithms: Lightweight Cryptography Challenges (A02c) Damla Çenesiz, Team Leader/Senior Cryptographer, Interprobe Intelligence and Analytics, Turkey

14:50-15:20 Networking Break in Exhibits

Exhibits Close at 15:00


Moderator: Petra Manche, Global Certifications Team – Manager, Common Criteria, Cisco

15:20 IoT: Why Current Crypto Modules Do Not Fit into Industry 4.0 (A03a) Andreas Philipp, Senior Business Development Manager IoT, Keyfactor, Germany

15:50 Adaptation Process to Crypto Module Tests and ISO/IEC 19790 Standard (A03b) Yasir Emre Bulut, Director, OKTEM Laboratory, Turkey

16:20 Challenges of Adding Side-Channel Countermeasures to NIST Post-Quantum Cryptographic Algorithms in Embedded Devices (A03c) Reza Azarderakhsh, CEO and Founder of PQSecure Technologies, Florida Atlantic University and PQSecure Technologies, United States

16:50 Post-Quantum Cryptography Deployment and Protocols Hybridation (A03d) Jean-Charles Faugere, CTO, CryptoNext Security, France

17:20 Adjourn