Speakers ISED 2021

  • Werner Ansorge, Business Continuity Manager, Proximus Luxembourg / Head of the BCM working group, CLUSIL

Werner is responsible for the BCMS process at Proximus Luxembourg. He is currently leading  the working group BCMS at CLUSIL since 2018.
He worked for consulting companies and in the financial sector since started working in Luxembourg in 2001 and had the ownerships for business continuity during the different assignments. He has been a member of CLUSIL since 2002 and was co-leading the working groups ISO27001 and ISM (Information Security Management) in the past. The goal of the current BCMS working group is to discuss the general understanding of BCM, mainly of the ISO norms 22301 and 22313, to exchange experiences and lessons learned, and to discuss topics like, how to realise Business Impact Analysis, to organise disaster recovery and business continuity test, write plans for disaster recovery and business continuity and much more.

  • Eric Bedell, Chief Privacy Officer, Franklin Templeton

Professional in the Data Privacy and Security field since more than 20 years, Eric is currently managing a cross-border team in charge of the implementation and daily management of Global Data Privacy program for one of the biggest US asset manager. His previous experiences, from Information Security Officer to DPO, enabled him to understand technical subjects in Data Privacy and Security and how to translate them into business understandable metrics and reports, as well as pragmatic approach to compliance to regulations and laws. Doing so, Eric concludes that a pragmatic approach to privacy is a must and the implementation of a series of one-off projects, one after the other, without clear targets will result in failure.

  • Stéphane Bianchin, CISO, Banque Raiffeisen


Stéphane holds a master degree in computer sciences from the University Claude Bernard in Lyon and also several InfoSec certifications. He is currently working as the Chief Information Security Officer at Banque Raiffeisen, driving the transformation of the Information Security framework.
He has 20 years of experience in Information Technology and Security, specialized in governance and risk management, with a solid and proven understanding of Information Security and Data Privacy and has been involved in the implementation of Information Security Management Systems for different companies in Luxembourg, mainly within the banking, payment cards and telecommunication industries.

  • Alexandre Dulaunoy, Security researcher, CIRCL

Alexandre Dulaunoy leads the Luxembourgian Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) CIRCL in the research and operational fields. He enjoys working on projects that blend “free information,” innovation, and direct social improvement. When not gardening binary streams, he likes facing the reality of ecosystems while gardening plants or doing photography. He enjoys it when humans use machines in unexpected ways. He is also the core member of various open source projects in the security field such as MISP Project.

  • Cécile Gellenoncourt, Service Line Head Supervision of Information systems and Support PFS, CSSF

Cécile is the head of the IT and support PFS supervision department at the CSSF, the financial sector authority in Luxembourg. She worked for 14 years in audit and consulting firms, mainly on IT audits and IT risk management assignments, as well as on the development and testing of business continuity plans. In 2011, she joined the CSSF to integrate and develop the team in charge of the supervision of regulated entities’ information systems on 3 main axes: off-site IT risk supervision, IT on-site inspections and IT policy work. She worked on topics such as IT organisation and control, outsourcing, cloud computing, cybersecurity, digitalisation, new technologies, new means of payment and also on the evolution of the European and Luxembourg regulatory frameworks on these topics. In March 2020, she took over the responsibility of the department covering the supervision of information systems and the supervision of "support PFSs" (regulated ICT service providers based in Luxembourg and offering services to the financial sector).

  • Bruno Halopeau, Chief Technology Officer, CyberPeace Institute

Bruno Halopeau is a seasoned professional with more than twenty years of experience as managing consultant leading secure digital transformation projects in various industries; spent several years as CISO for a EU body; acted as a team lead expert in the fight against cybercrime and terrorism on topics such as critical infrastructure protection, exploitation of emerging technologies for criminal gains, forensics and investigative techniques in cyberspace; led development of innovation strategy programme for law enforcement. He was part of the core team to build: European Cybercrime Centre and European Union Internat Referral Unit at Europol, Centre for Cybersecurity at the World Economic Forum. He has, furthermore, built expertise in crypto-currencies and blockchain, encryption, digital identities and access management, incident response and building CERTs, intellectual property protection and competitive intelligence. At the CyberPeace Institute, he is leading the development of innovative analytical framework and forensics capabilities for the Analysis function.

  • Cédric Mauny, President of the CLUSIL


Cédric Mauny (Photo credit: Michel Brumat) is President of the CLUSIL, the information security club in Luxembourg. CLUSIL develops cooperative actions with public authorities, semipublic authorities for the security of information. With about 200 members from all economic sectors, it is a well-established and independent actor among the Information Security Landscape of Luxembourg and the “Greater Region”. Founded in 1996, CLUSIL have come a very long way and are very proud of the many achievements. By the members for the members, the collective action is bringing the following capabilities to each member: Collaboration, Networking, international reach, on-demand events, security sheet, CPEs and special prizes. With more than 18 years of experience, Cédric is heading the cybersecurity services at Telindus Luxembourg. He is certified CISM, CISSP, CRISC, ITILv3, ISO 27001 Implementer, ISO 27032 Cybersecurity Manager and ISO 31000 Risk Manager. Over the past years, he successfully co-led the ISO 27001 certification program of Telindus’ Managed, Outsourcing, Cloud and CyberSecurity services. Cédric is also very active within the Luxembourg’s cybersecurity ecosystem as founding member and board member of several professional associations in the field. Cédric is also lecturer, speaker and moderator at various security conferences.