GLOBAL THREATENING – MALWARE AND CYBER EXTORTION
Cybersecurity and IoT in digital economy conference is dedicated to new approaches to information security, discovering the latest technology and interacting with top security leaders in wide range of business industries. Delegates will have the chance to interact to experts in fight ransomwares, analyzing the biggest global cyber attack – WannaCry.
This educational and informational summit will focus on educating attendees on how to best protect highly vulnerable business applications and critical infrastructure in a modern digital economy. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn latest business security strategies and discover the latest products and services for enterprise cyber defense.
KEY PRACTICAL POINTS OF THE CONFERENCE:
– Emerging Threats and Challenges of Cyber-attacks
– Ransomwares – how to protect from Malwares and Cyber Extortion
– Outthinking threats with Cognitive and Behavioral Security
– Strategic Principles of Securing the IoT
– Exploring Cloud Security Solutions in Action
– How Organization leverages its business goals by developing a secure ICT Infrastructure
*The number of participants (excluding the speakers) is limited to 170, therefore please, register as early as possible.
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Knud Lasse Lueth
IoT Analytics GmbH
Hyundai AutoEver Europe GmbH
Cyber Security specialist - Ethical hacker
Chief Technology Officer
Cyber Security at Atos (Benelux and The Nordics)
Cisco Umbrella (formerly OpenDNS)
Cisco Umbrella (formerly OpenDNS)
Head of Data Protection, IP and IT - Associate Partner
Rödl & Partner Italy
Chief Information Security Officer
X41 D-Sec GmbH
Cyber Security Lead
Knud Lasse Lueth is the Managing Director at IoT Analytics, a leading market insights firm for the Internet of Things. The market analyses provided by Knud and his team reach more than 30,000 people every month and are valued by IoT decision-makers around the world. Prior to establishing IoT Analytics, Knud spent several years as a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group and in industrial jobs at BMW and Lufthansa Technik. Knud is passionate about the development of the IoT ecosystem and the corresponding security implications. He holds a Master in Industrial Engineering from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) as well as an MBA from INSEAD business school.
Ashar Javed currently works on penetration testing, source code review, and mobile application vulnerability assessments at Hyundai AutoEver Europe GmbH (an IT service company for Hyundai & KIA Motors). He works alongside developers and external third-party application vendors in order to eliminate web vulnerabilities. He has spent three years as a security researcher for Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany. Ashar holds a PhD degree from Ruhr-Universität Bochum and MSc from Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg, Germany. His research interests include web application vulnerabilities and in particular Cross-Site Scripting. He has a passion for XSS and lives and breathes in XSS. Ashar delivered talks at the main security events like Black Hat Europe 2014, Hack in the Box Kuala Lumpur 2013, OWASP Spain (2014, 2015 & 2016), SAP product security conference 2015, International PHP Conference 2015, ISACA Ireland 2014, RSA Europe (OWASP Seminar) 2013, DeepSec Austria (2013, 2014, 2015), and GISEC Dubai 2016. In his free time, he likes participating in bug bounty programs. He has been listed 16 times in Microsoft acknowledgement page for online services and has achieved a 19th rank among all Google Security Hall of Famers, while other hall of fames include Twitter/Paypal/Ebay/GitHub/Adobe/Etsy/Netflix/AT&T Security Pages & Facebook White Hat. Ashar also does security consulting and it includes consulting for a media tycoon. He blogged at Respect XSS and tweet at @soaj1664ashar. His blog has been nominated as one of the finalists of European Security Blogger Awards 2016 under the category of “Best Personal Security Blog”. Google has so far awarded him five times research grant for finding bugs in Google web properties.
Mr. Caria is one of the modern ethical hackers with more than 17 years of experiences in security research and activity. Considered one of the top 10 in Europe from Russia universities. Bring around the world his conference \\\"hack or be hacked\\\" explain how the cyber security changes practically. Also teacher for Italian private school about ethical hacking and important certifications.
Security expert combining technical and management skills seasoned with business acumen Koen Maris started an IT career as a software developer. This experience provided solid background in multi tier environments and a basis in the roll-out of complex IT projects. After a few years, he swapped development for ethical hacking because of a natural curiosity to find how systems fail. The start of technical career in IT security, however due to rise of security problems his career evolved from ethical hacking to security solutions integration and eventually to the more managerial side of security. He has been CISO and security officer preceding his current role (since 2015) as a Chief Technology Officer at Atos for the region Benelux and the Nordics. He advices large organizations in a multi-industry environment to think on a long-term basis on Cyber Security and addresses complex security topics in layman terms for board of directors and executive committees. Koen Maris serves as a trusted advisor for many organizations and is becoming a known speaker that challenges his audience and questions current applied security models. Specialities: Cybercrime, ethical hacking, GDPR, privacy, IoT, human and technology, security culture and awareness.
Josh is a Security Researcher with Cisco Umbrella (formerly OpenDNS). He has worked in security for around 14 years. Hes been a threat analyst at NASA, where he was part of the team that built the NASA Security Operations Center. He also helped to build the SOC at Mandiant. His professional interests involve network, computer and data security with a goal of maintaining and improving the security of as many systems and networks as possible. Josh has presented at Defcon, B Sides Austin, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Vienna, Source Boston, Source Seattle, Derbycon, InfoSecurity World Europe, DeepSec Vienna and Qbit Prague. He hosted season 1 of rootaccesspodcast.com
Andrea began her career in Support and worked as a Sysadmin for 12 years. She has worked with Hewlett Packard and the Town of Danville, California. Security has always been her passion. She began working with OpenDNS as a Security Researcher on the Security Research team in 2015 and spends her days working to make the Internet a safer place by hunting attackers and malware. She presented at B Sides Las Vegas in 2016.
Graduated cum laude at the law school of the University of Milan, admitted to the Milan Bar in 2006. Ms Martini developed a significant expertise over more than a decade advising Italian and foreign clients in judicial and extra-judicial matters concerning data protection (e.g. marketing profiling, e-commerce, targeting, CRM, social media, prior check, cookies, data transfer, apps, e-health and smart devices, Data Protection Officer Services, audit risk assessment), Copyright (validity, use and counterfeited copyrights, drafting and negotiation of contracts); Industrial Property Law (validity, use and counterfeited trademarks, patents, designs, models, know how, Internet, PGI, PDO, DOC, unfair competition, advertising). Ms Martini is a Certified Privacy Officer in accordance with the ISO/IEC 17024: 2008 standard, fellow of the Italian Privacy Institute and member of the Working Group to the European Privacy Regulation established by the Italian Privacy Authority. She pursued her post-graduate education with courses in Intellectual Property, IT and Privacy. She is author of a number of publications and holds seminars and courses on Privacy law in Italy and abroad.
Anton has worked in information security industry since the beginning of the century. He began his career as penetration tester and ISO 27002 auditor in security consultancy. He later became one of the first certified PCI DSS auditors in Russia. In 2009 Anton stepped away from security consultancy business and joined the Global Information Security team at Barclays Bank, where he was a member of the Security Assessment and Penetration Testing teams. Anton joined Yandex in 2011 as Chief Security Officer, where he builds and manage Security department. Yandex is one of the largest internet companies in Europe, operating Russia’s most popular search engine and its most visited website. Anton is responsible for developing and leading information security strategy and risk management plans, designing security controls and processes across the company.
Markus Vervier is a security researcher from Germany and head of X41 – one of the top security startups in Germany. During the last 15 years Markus collected professional experience in offensive IT security, by testing the security of highly regarded companies and uncovering various security holes. His experience combined with his personal passion regarding security research made him start his own company X41 in 2016. Besides his daily security work, Markus is very actively practicing security research and discovers high profile vulnerabilities regularly such as the first vulnerabilities in the Signal Private Messenger, and in widely used smartphones. Markus is a regular speaker at top security conferences worldwide such as INFILTRATE (Miami), TROOPERS (Heidelberg), and HITB (Amsterdam).
From 2013 to October 2016, Miguel was General Manager for the National Institute of Cybersecurity (INCIBE), public institution appointed by the Government of Spain to provide cybersecurity services for citizens and businesses and to develop projects for fostering the professional talent and the cybersecurity industry. During this stage, Miguel promoted very relevant initiatives such as Cybercamp, Summer Boot Camp, International Cyberex or the national cyber exercises Cyberex. He also leaded the definition of services and capacity growth of the CERT for Security and Industry, to become the main public CERT in Spain and an international reference. Miguel currently holds the positon of Cyber Security Leader EY Spain, providing cyber security guidance to a variety of clients from all sectors (banking, energy, transport,..). Miguel advises to C-level executives on how to deal with cyber threats and how to reduce cyber risks, helping them in cyber security transformation process. Miguel works in the definition and innovation of EY cyber security services to ensure that they respond in any time to the needs of EY clients. Miguel is a regular contributor to the Organization of American States, having participated in the definition of the national cybersecurity strategies of Peru, Paraguay and the Dominican Republic. Additionally, Miguel contributed to the definition of the National Plan of Cybersecurity of Spain. He is a regular contributor to training programs, media and national and international cybersecurity forums. He was co-director and founder of Master of Government Cybersecurity at the School of Telecommunications Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Prior to joining INCIBE, Miguel was Director for the Technology Risk Area in Deloitte, Corporate Director of Security and Risks for the telco company ONO, and held different positions related to cybersecurity at the Ministry of Defense. Lieutenant Colonel for the Spanish Navy, Miguel has post degree courses and certifications related to the governance and management of ICT and cybersecurity.
Anirudh Duggal is a graduate student at Northeastern University and a cyber-security engineer at Philips healthcare (Boston). Previously, he has worked with fortune 500 companies for securing their infrastructure. He has previously spoken about his research in medical devices and attacking healthcare infrastructure in conferences like HITB , Nullcon, Blackhat, Phd, Cocon, HITCON and ground zero. He spends most of his time researching about medical devices, hospitals and infrastructure and the nuances of running a healthcare infrastructure.