Egide Nzabonimana is the current President of the Belgian chapter of ISACA. Focusing on IT security management, assurance, risk and governance, ISACA globally serves 150,000 professionals in 188 countries. And with more than 800 members, the Belgium chapter is one of the largest in Europe. Having over a decade of experience as well as a master’s degree in Information Risks and Cybersecurity from Solvay Business School, Egide is well versed in various areas of cybersecurity, including business risk assessment and information management. As a cybersecurity consultant, he helps businesses to identify potential weaknesses and blind spots, so they can make their IT systems more secure and more resilient – not just through technological solutions, but also by considering the one element that is often overlooked: people. Making staff more aware of the risks and dangers, and changing their behaviour, constitutes a major step towards achieving improvements in cybersecurity in a more robust and sustainable way.
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Contribution to cyber resilience of the Belgian economy
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