Credit: LU-CIX

LU-CIX has announced the tenth edition of the Luxembourg Internet Days event, to take place on 7 to 8 November 2023 at the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg-Kirchberg.

The Luxembourg Internet Days has become a yearly occasion for over a thousand ICT (information and communications technology), IT (information technology) and OT(operational technology) professionals to connect, learn and share knowledge.

This year’s topic will be “Network Security & Resilience” because of the rapidly growing number of cyber-attacks targeting institutional organisations as well as private businesses over the past few years.

The event will offer visitors a choice of free of charge conferences, interactive workshops and panel discussions addressing the internet-related challenges they face. With the digital transformation, the Industrial IoT (Internet of Things), resulting from the deployment of Industrial IoT for the optimisation of processes for manufacturing, logistics, transportation, etc. The Internet is everywhere, and network security and resilience are becoming key for all sectors, LU-CIX stressed.

Because no company, of any size and from any sector of activity, can claim to be safe from cyber-attacks, we have chosen to give a special attention to Critical Infrastructures and Industry as sources of inspiration for the other sectors, to help them all keep performing with ever more connected solutions leading to increasing security challenges,” said Frédérique Ulrich, the event organiser. “We envision the Luxembourg Internet Days event as the ‘cross-industry Internet exchange momentum’.

According to LU-CIX, Portugal has been very engaged in Internet technology and cybersecurity for the last decades. Its inclusive cybersecurity strategy resulted in an expansive national action plan, the different entities responsible for cybersecurity cooperating to make it a safer, modern and competitive country. According to the organisers, the Portuguese IT sector is dynamic, resilient, mature, and well-integrated into global value chains. Therefore, the Luxembourg Internet Days 2023 aims to highlight Portugal. LU-CIX aims to share experiences and visions of cybersecurity and to start (or reinforce) existing links with the aim to learn from each other.

The Luxembourg Prime minister, Xavier Bettel, and the Minister Delegate for Digitalisation, Marc Hansen, have already confirmed their presence for a visit of the exhibition area and an address. The Ministry of State, the Ministry of Economy, the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, the Luxembourg House of Cybersecurity, as well as the Representation of the European Commission in Luxembourg have all already associated with this year’s event.

The major interest for the partnership of the event with Portugal this year is facilitated by both the historical proximity and its increasing relevancy business-wise. It has already materialised with the involvement of the Portuguese Ambassador for Luxembourg, Sousa e Abreu, who has also already confirmed his visit at the event and will leverage the opportunity for an allocution. AICEP Portugal Global (Portugal’s Trade & Investment Agency) on the one side, and the Luxembourg’s Embassy in Portugal on the other side, will bring key players from Portugal with the aim of highlighting Portugal’s image and strengthening transborder business relationships especially in terms of digital transformation and cybersecurity.

 Kappa Data, POST Luxembourg, and CEL, Gcore, Luxnetwork and radware have reportedly already engaged in this tenth edition as Diamond and Platinum Sponsors.

Registration is free of charge at: More information is available at