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THEMES OF LAST YEAR'S CONFERENCE

  • GDPR – best practise, relevant processes and technology tools
  • Ransomware – new tactics, attacks & risks, how to protect the organizations
  • IoT – misuse of various connected hardware, SCADA architecture / industrial network protection
  • WEB security – the newest forms of attacks, threats, examples of misuses and recommendations
  • Scenarios of current cyberwar types and readiness of Slovak Government and/or Business
  • Visions and trends in Fraud Detection
DAVID CLARKE, FBCS, CITP, C|CISO, BSC, MSC KEYNOTE SPEAKER 2017

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: DAVID CLARKE, FBCS, CITP, C|CISO, BSC, MSC

David achieved professional grade by British Computer Society and is Chartered IT Professional by the same body. David is experienced Chief Information Security Officer and Master of Science. David is a professional on GDPR topic with experience across the European Union.
David Clarke is leading authority on security and compliance issues with experience across Finance, Telecoms and the Public Sector. A Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS), the most senior professional grade, David had a distinguished career at British Telecom. David held a suite of senior security posts including Global Head of Security Product Enablement, Global Head of Security Service Delivery and Head of Global Security Infrastructure. His work included building secure operations capabilities, often from scratch, and developing a full Cyber incident response. Other projects included the development of CERT (Computer Emergency Readiness Team) on a Financial Intranet which handled 3.5 Trillion dollars of trading per day, rollout of managed security services with a $400 million dollar global install base for which David headed up the architecture and oversaw implementation. A recognised thought leader in the InfoSec and compliance industry ranked 9th in the UK by Thomson Reuters for GRC on Social Media, David has over 52,000 twitter followers and is Founder of the Linkedin GDPR Technology Group with over 6700 members.

SCHEDULE OF LAST YEAR'S CONFERENCE

REGISTRATION

08:00 - 08:45 h

OPENING

08:45 - 08:55 h

Cyber Security and GDPR Inseparable Allies in the struggle to protect the individual David Clarke, key speaker

08:55 - 09:35 h

THINK LIKE AN ATTACKER Len Noe, CyberArk

09:40 - 10:10 h

Presentation will consist of attacker toolkit demonstration and attack schemes. We can understand on what they should pay attention when building defense strategies.On live/recorded demos we will display how to get from endpoint to whole network overtake.

POWERFUL FORCES IMPACTING THE ENTERPRISE – CAN YOUR NETWORK WITHSTAND THEM? Patrick Grillo, Fortinet

10:15 - 10:45 h

Are you really ready for Digital Transformation? Technology adoption, the escalating threat landscape and compliance to any number of standards and legal requirements are all challenges to any security infrastructure. This session will provide the insight towards a comprehensive security strategy that can evolve as the challenges evolve.

COFFEE BREAK

10:45 - 11:05 h

DOING BUSINESS ON THE DARK WEB? NO PROBLEM! Artur Kane and Roman Čupka, Flowmon Networks

11:05 - 11:35 h

The dark part of the internet has become the centre of business for illegal cybernetic activities which can nowadays be ordered by anyone through what are called the ´Darknet markets´. Through available virtual tools, it is no problem to harm the competition, abuse sensitive client data or disrupt a company´s computers or their entire IT infrastructure. All you need is specialised malware (ransomware), or a simple botnet. How can these tools be used, and on the other hand, detected in real time, and how is Slovak legislation going to handle this issue in the nearest future? This and more will be presented by experts from Flowmon Networks.

BE AWARE OF RANSOM THREAT, BE ONE STEP AHEAD Peter Kovalčík, Check Point

11:40 - 12:10 h

If your organisation has not yet been affected by ransomware, it probably very soon will. Ransomware has become the main weapon of cyber crime. Encrypting data and files in large or small organisations is the aim of criminals wanting to blackmail them and get a ransom. Now we can already say that this epidemic has reached horrible proportions and attacks have sky-rocketed since January 2017 by 300 %, with attacks repeating every 40 seconds.
How do we defend ourselves?
Ransomware has a lot in common with other harmful software: it permeates the organisation through e-mail attachments, through downloading, or removable media, and it uses social engineering tricks as well as system vulnerability tactics. Ransomware also has some unique characteristics.

ADVANCED THREATS AND MACHINE LEARNING Petr Černohorský, Cisco

12:15 - 12:45 h

The talk will present machine learning methods used in network security and match different categories of methods against specific attacks or attack groups. Then, we will show how to integrate machine learning methods into the workflow of a company SOC (Security Operations Centre) efficiently and effectively.

RANSOMWARE Peter Stančík, Eset

12:50 - 13:20 h

Ransomware is currently one of the most pressing cybernetic threats. It is primarily a harmful code which encrypts the contents of a device and asks for a ransom from the victim in exchange for its decryption. This business model has turned out to be an effective source of money for cyber criminals. Over the course of a few years, they have managed to improve its simple and direct core through several new methods in an attempt to maximise their income. The presentation offers an overview of several such innovative ransomware families as well as the most interesting cases from the past few months. Current trends in the spread of ransomware are also going to be discussed and related recommendations offered.

LUNCH

13:20 - 14:15 h

SPEAKERS OF LAST YEAR'S CONFERENCE

David Clarke

Petr Černohorský

Roman Čupka

Patrick Grillo

Artur Kane

Peter Kovalčík

Len Noe

Peter Stančík

David Clarke, FBCS, CITP, C|CISO, BSC, MSC

David achieved professional grade by British Computer Society and is Chartered IT Professional by the same body. David is experienced Chief Information Security Officer and Master of Science. David is a professional on GDPR topic with experience across the European Union.
David Clarke is leading authority on security and compliance issues with experience across Finance, Telecoms and the Public Sector. A Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS), the most senior professional grade, David had a distinguished career at British Telecom. David held a suite of senior security posts including Global Head of Security Product Enablement, Global Head of Security Service Delivery and Head of Global Security Infrastructure. His work included building secure operations capabilities, often from scratch, and developing a full Cyber incident response. Other projects included the development of CERT (Computer Emergency Readiness Team) on a Financial Intranet which handled 3.5 Trillion dollars of trading per day, rollout of managed security services with a $400 million dollar global install base for which David headed up the architecture and oversaw implementation. A recognised thought leader in the InfoSec and compliance industry ranked 9th in the UK by Thomson Reuters for GRC on Social Media, David has over 52,000 twitter followers and is Founder of the Linkedin GDPR Technology Group with over 6700 members.

Roman Čupka

Regional Country Manager SEEÚ, Flowmon Networks

Roman Čupka has more than ten years experience on the market in the field of computer networks, ICT infrastructure, business intelligence, and information and cybernetic security. For the past couple of years he has been dealing with technologies from Flowmon Networks, offering a new dimension based on artificial intelligence and machine learning in the field of network security, networks and applications monitoring.

Patrick Grillo

Senior Director, Solutions Marketing International, Fortinet

As Senior Director, Solutions Marketing, Patrick is responsible for creating and evangelizing key messages about Fortinet’s network security solutions. Through his in-depth understanding of the complexities of network security, Patrick is able to cut through the half-truths and myths surrounding the subject to provide clear and concise information to Fortinet’s customers and partners. Prior to joining Fortinet, over the course of the past 30 years he has worked for a number of small to medium size organizations as well as larger companies such as Wellfleet Communications, Bay Networks, Nortel Networks, Hughes Network Systems and Comtech Mobile Data Communications in the United States, the United Kingdom and France, holding a range of senior level international sales and marketing roles. Patrick received his technical training while serving in the US Navy.
Patrick is based at Fortinet’s International headquarters in Sophia Antipolis, France.

Artur Kane

Technology Evangelist, Flowmon Networks

Artur Kane works as an Evangelist at Flowmon Networks, a company helping other companies around the world improve the performance of their computer networks and protect them against modern types of cyber threats. In his position, he is responsible for educating the company´s sales channel and spreading awareness of Flowmon technologies. Artur invests his experience acquired from customers and technically oriented positions with increasing satisfaction from Flowmon Networks´ partners and their customers.

Peter Kovalčík

SE Manager, Check Point Software Technologies

Peter Kovalčík works in the position of SE Manager at Check Point Software Technologies, covering significant security projects, primarily in the verticals of Enterprise, Government and Finance. Peter leads the technical team of consultants within the CZR region (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and the Adriatic). He has been working in the field of information technologies for 10 years. In the past, he held the position of Check Point Security Engineer, participating in international security projects for large customers within the region. Peter graduated from the Czech Technical University in Prague, majoring in Technical Cybernetics. One of Peter´s favourite quotes is by Confucius: “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”

Len Noe

Global Corp. SE Manager, CyberArk

Len Noe is the Global Corporate SE Manager for CyberArk Software. He and his team are responsible for providing sales enablement and initial point of escalation for all field SE’s. They are responsible for the Global templates that all SE’s as well as partners use, and build new integrations as well as use cases for all engineers. Len spent the last 20 years in the fields of Web Development, Systems Engineering/Administration, Architecture, and the last 6 in Information Security and Architecture primarily focusing on large retail organizations. Len is also active in the Information Security communities of Texas as a member of the Austin Hackers Association, Austin Lockpicking Club as well as many others.
Len holds an Associate degree in Computer Aided Design from HFCC as well as the COMPTIA Security+ Certification. He is a Certified Ethical Hacker from EC-Council, Microsoft Certified Professional, Solaris Certified Administrator, Citrix Certified Administrator, and SANS 560 Trained.

Petr Černohorský

Product Manager, Security Business Group, CISCO

Petr Cernohorsky is a Global Product Manager for Cisco Cognitive Threat Analytics (CTA) technology (cognitive.cisco.com), part of Advanced Threat Solutions at Cisco's Security Business Group. He began his career at Cisco Systems through an acquisition of Cognitive Security in 2013. He now drives the network behavior analysis technology within the advanced threat solutions portfolio at Cisco Systems. Petr holds MSc in SW engineering, MBA, and PhD in simulations and modeling. Professional interest: artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, simulations and modeling, digitization, security, strategy.

Peter Stančík

Security Research and Awareness, ESET s.r.o.

Peter Stančík has been part of ESET since 2010. He holds the position of Security Evangelist. He studied at the Brno University of Technology, majoring in telecommunications, also dealing with research in the field of cryptology. At ESET, he participates in processes related to educating the general as well as professional public in the field of security threats.

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