Trust: Eye Networks Shared Insights 2019
In the age of endless privacy breaches, how do we build and retain trust? Trust is the main theme of this year's Eye Networks partner gathering.
We are pleased and proud to once more invite industry colleagues, vendors, and partners to come together in a professional, but informal setting over two days in Oslo, Norway.
As always, the program will be a blend of Norwegian and international speakers on stage, well-known and lesser-known technologies on display, and something you might not have expected.
The Shared Insights event is both a professional and a social venue, and a place to share practical advice and experiences. You will have plenty of time to discuss with industry colleagues, presenters, and vendors in between talks and presentations and after the main program on our first day.
This time we meet at Månefisken in Sagveien, Oslo.
Customer participation and meals at the event are complimentary, but any costs for travel and accommodation must be covered by the participants or their employers.
Join us, we look forward to seeing you!Go to event signup
Topics on the Agenda
Our main theme this year is trust. How do we build and retain trust in the age of privacy breaches? Which technologies can we put our trust in? What does trust mean for our ability to innovate?
- Artificial intelligence, security and privacy
- 10 Gbps – what and why
- Wifi 6 / 802.11ax
- 6G, 5G, and wifi
- Smart Wi-Fi Community: Nordic Edition
Program (subject to change)
|When||What and Who|
|08.30-09.30||Coffee mingle & registration|
|10.35||Keynote: Dr. Eren Soyak, CEO and co-founder of Lifemote|
|11.30||Erik Fagersten, CISO at Get TDC|
|12.00||Professor Josef Noll, University of Oslo|
|13.30||Ted Tøraasen, AI Technology Solutions Professional at Microsoft|
Christine Dalebø Gjerdevik, senior legal counsel at Datatilsynet
(The Norwegian Data Protection Authority)
Security and data integrity workshop / table session. (Feel free to submit suggestions for questions / problems related to data integrity and future solutions that you would like to see addressed!)
Facilitated by Josef Noll.
|16.30||Asbjørn Basnes, Romerike bredbånd|
|16.45||Jan Richard Aspheim, Hvaler Municipality|
|17.15||Gry M. Tveten, University of Oslo|
|17.45||Wrap up day 1|
Day 2: Smart Wi-Fi Community Focus
|When||What and Who|
|09.30||Keynote: AirTies Wireless Networks (name TBA)|
|10.00||Keynote: Brady Ashdown, founder and VP Operations, Komodo Systems|
|10.40||Keynote: Tore R. Andreassen, Product Manager, Zyxel Communications Norway|
|11.10||Maghsoud Morshedi Chinibolagh, Eye Networks|
|11.40||Nils Skøld and Jørund Kvamen, Enivest|
|12.55||Wrap-up Day 2|
Meet the vendors
Several of our vendors and partners will be present at the event. Take the opportunity to have a chat, ask questions, and get updated on what's up and coming!
Special thanks to AirTies and Zyxel for supporting this year's event.
What is Eye Networks Shared Insights?
Each spring, Eye Networks invites local and international experts on networking, telecom, and related fields to a professional and social gathering.
Starting this year, we have chosen to refer to this event as Shared Insights, because we know that the key to a successful event is the open sharing and discussions going on both on and off stage.
Come and join us!
Venue: Månefisken, Sagveien 23A, Oslo, Norway
Dates and times: From April 29 at 09.30 AM until April 30 after lunch (approx 1 PM)
Monday evening the regular program ends around 18, followed by dinner and a social event.
Customer participation and meals at the event including Monday night dinner are complimentary, but any costs for travel and accommodation must be covered by the participants or their employers.
Accommodation: We suggest Scandic Vulkan, which is a 15 minute walk from our venue. Discounted rates are NOK 1150 for a single, 1350 for a twin/double if you book before March 29.
Use the code BEYE280419 when booking to get the event discount.
Feel free to contact us about any sort of question you might have–from wanting to present at the event to practical questions or special considerations for the venue. Call our office, or email us at email@example.com.
Code of Conduct
Our motivation for hosting this event is to be a venue for mutual learning and socialization within the industry, in an informal, yet professional setting.
We want the event to be inclusive to everyone regardless of gender, orientation, or ethnicity.
We have chosen to clearly communicate these values by having a simple code of conduct.
We are doing this to let everyone know where we stand, not because we have reason to expect problems. Experience from past events is that most participants already follow this code of conduct.
The short version is simple: Be nice, inclusive, and professional. Respect the boundaries of others.
The long version is also simple:
- Derogatory comments adressing someone's gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, body shape, religion or disability are not welcome at our event, on or off stage, presented humoristically or not.
- Don't be physically or verbally intrusive. Not sure what topic of discussion or level of physical contact is OK with your discussion partner? Ask, and respect getting a "no".
- If you experience or observe behavior that violates the code of conduct, notify Eye Networks staff.