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THEMES OF THE CONFERENCE

  • Role of artificial intelligence in cybercrime and cybersecurity
  • Security of SCADA architectures / IoT
  • Security of state digital border
  • Visions and trends in fraud management
  • Ransomware - evolution of attacks
  • Cryptanalytics and its role in business
  • Cryptojacking and cryptocurrencies
  • Crime as a service
MIKKO HYPPONEN KEYNOTE SPEAKER 2018

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: MIKKO HYPPONEN

Mikko Hypponen, global security expert, is the Chief Research Officer for F-Secure. He has worked with F-Secure in Finland since 1991. Mikko Hypponen has led his team through the largest outbreaks in history. His team took down the world-wide network used by the Sobig.F worm. He was the first to warn the world about the Sasser outbreak, he named the infamous Storm Worm and he has done classified briefings on the operation of the Stuxnet worm.

Mikko Hypponen has assisted law enforcement in USA, Europe and Asia on cybercrime cases. He has written for magazines such as Scientific American and Foreign Policy and for newspapers like The New York Times, Wired and he appears frequently on international TV. He has lectured at the universities of Stanford, Oxford and Cambridge.

Mikko Hypponen has addressed the most important security-related conferences worldwide. Mikko Hypponen, born in 1969, was selected among the 50 most important people on the web by the PC World magazine and was included in the FP Global 100 Thinkers list. He also received the Virus Bulletin Award, awarded every ten years, as „Best in industry“.

SCHEDULE OF THE CONFERENCE

REGISTRATION

08:00 - 08:45

OPENING

08:45 - 08:55

Fighting The Online Battles Mikko Hypponen, key speaker

08:55 - 09:35

The world of computer security keeps changing. New kinds of attackers appear, with new targets, new motivations and new methods. To understand and to fight the attacks, we need to understand who the attackers are. Security expert Mikko Hypponen will look at the latest big hacking cases and reveal what really went on. What are the threats? How can they be fought? And what are the opportunities in creating new security solutions?

From Ransomware to Cryptomining: Think AND not OR John Shier, Sophos

09:40 - 10:10

There's been an relative explosion in cryptojacking lately but is it at the expense of other threats like ransomware? While criminals have certainly taken a shine to cryptomining it's just one more prevalent threat that needs to be addressed in the ever growing threat landscape. What is cryptojacking and how does it work? This presentation will examine this latest threat and how it fits into the bigger picture.

How Cryptojacking and Other Insider Threats Challenge Digital Economy Artur Kane, Flowmon Networks

10:15 - 10:45

In the era of Digital Transformation, we are more dependent on IT than ever. Businesses invest in preventive tools and network perimeter security to protect from the outer world. This all to maintain business as usual and to prevent consecutive business impact. Cryptojacking has become one of the most widely spread type of attack. This would never be possible without people inside of the company who willingly or, more often, blindly help the attackers, bypassing all traditional security approachea. In this presentation we will show you cases of insider threats that actually bypassed all security solutions, processes and restrictions and explain how little it takes to respond to such attacks.

COFFEE BREAK

10:45 - 11:05

AI in cybersecurity: A tool for defenders or a weapon for attackers? Ondrej Kubovič and Juraj Jánošík, ESET

11:05 - 11:35

As “AI-powered” attacks are becoming one of the trending topics amongst enterprise users, ESET offers its view on the potential malicious uses of machine-learning algorithms (or AI if you will) without creating further hype around the topic. To put things into broader perspective, ESET augments its stance by describing the limits of this technology, as seen by our research and development teams. The presentation also provides results of a survey conducted on behalf of ESET among almost 1000 US, UK and German IT decision makers, with focus on the use of AI/ML in business security and concerns connected with this field. The final part of the presentation is dedicated to ESET’s implementation of this technology in its multi-layered scanning engine.

This factory is not yours, it's mine! Tomáš Vobruba, Check Point

11:40 - 12:10

Let's take a look at why a hack in an OT network is such a risk and why it's so easy. Ultimately, attacks on OT and production networks are very popular, and practice shows that it's easy to bring entire countries and their economies "to their knees". A practical demonstration will show us what an attacker can see and everything that he can accomplish. We will also show how to currently defend against similar attacks.

Sustainable Web Application Security Luboš Klokner, F5 Networks

12:15 - 12:45

Come to see and learn how apps has changed from HTML to hybrid applications using API, and how bad guys can manipulate the apps and services in a way you even don't dream about.

Within a few years, we will not be able to even imagine any reaction to a threat without machines Milan Habrcetl, Cisco

12:50 - 13:20

Threat Intelligence, Behavioural Analysis and Machine Learning are becoming prerequisites for a good reaction to cyber threats. Integrated security solutions are the answer to future progress in cybercrime.

LUNCH

13:20 - 14:15

SPEAKERS OF THE CONFERENCE

Mikko Hypponen

John Shier

Artur Kane

Ondrej Kubovič

Juraj Jánošík

Tomáš Vobruba

Luboš Klokner

Milan Habrcetl

Mikko Hypponen

Mikko Hypponen, global security expert, is the Chief Research Officer for F-Secure. He has worked with F-Secure in Finland since 1991. Mikko Hypponen has led his team through the largest outbreaks in history. His team took down the world-wide network used by the Sobig.F worm. He was the first to warn the world about the Sasser outbreak, he named the infamous Storm Worm and he has done classified briefings on the operation of the Stuxnet worm.
Mikko Hypponen has assisted law enforcement in USA, Europe and Asia on cybercrime cases. He has written for magazines such as Scientific American and Foreign Policy and for newspapers like The New York Times, Wired and he appears frequently on international TV. He has lectured at the universities of Stanford, Oxford and Cambridge.
Mikko Hypponen has addressed the most important security-related conferences worldwide. Mikko Hypponen, born in 1969, was selected among the 50 most important people on the web by the PC World magazine and was included in the FP Global 100 Thinkers list. He also received the Virus Bulletin Award, awarded every ten years, as „Best in industry“.

Juraj Jánošík

Senior Software Engineer, ESET

Juraj Jánošík-Senior Software Engineer at ESET. In 2008 he joined ESET as Malware Analyst, since 2013 leading a team responsible for Automated Threat Detection and Artificial Intelligence. He holds Bachelor Degree in Applied Informatics and Master's Degree in Robotics both from the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. He was a member of international working groups responsible for Dorkbot and Gamarue botnets eradication. Currently as leader of Machine Learning research in ESET is responsible for incorporating ML approaches into ESET multi-layer protection.

Artur Kane

Technology Evangelist, FLOWMON NETWORKS

Artur Kane works as a Technology Evangelist at Flowmon Networks. Flowmon Networks helps companies worldwide to benefit from absolute network traffic visibility to enhance network application performance and deal with modern cyber threats. He is responsible for education of company’s business channel and for raising awareness of Flowmon technologies. Artur invests his experience which he has gained in both customer and technical oriented positions in order to increase satisfaction of Flowmon Network’s partners and their customers."

Luboš Klokner

Senior Systems Engineer, F5 Networks

Luboš Klokner currently works in company F5 Networks in a position of a Field Senior System Engineer for Central and East Europe. Formerly he used to work as a Team Lead in a team of network security specialists for a leading system integrator. He has been dealing with and working in the field of pc security on a long-term basis. Lately, he has been interested and has been applying his experience in the area of security and availability of applications and services in enterprise environment, ISP, data centres and e-cloud.

Ondrej Kubovič

Security Awareness Specialist, ESET

Ondrej Kubovič has been working at ESET for more than three years as a digital security specialist. His task is to raise public awareness of cyber threats. He also presents the research results of ESET VirusLab to the media and at various security events, including global conferences such as InfoSecurity or the Mobile World Congress. Previously, he worked in Slovak media for seven years where he dealt with topics such as IT security, defence, and internal security.

John Shier

Senior Security Advisor, SOPHOS

John Shier is a Senior Security Expert at Sophos, providing insight into the latest threats, as well as advice for how security and IT professionals can best protect their business in today’s threat landscape. For the last 15 years, Shier has been a key speaker at Sophos and Channel sponsored events. He is also a frequent contributing columnist to Naked Security. With his deep technical expertise, he offers clear and comprehensive guidance on the complex security topics facing Sophos partners and customers alike.

Tomáš Vobruba

SE, CHECK POINT SLOVENSKO

He works as a technical pre-sale specialist for the Slovak Republic at Check Point. He has been professionally dealing with security for 20 years. In the past he worked at AEC, where he gained a lot of experience in the field of information system security. He received certificates from expert training courses on Unix/Linux, antivirus products, security and systems analysis, and data encryption. Tomáš is dedicated to extensive lecturing activities not only at AEC conferences. He conducts technical trainings on security threat prevention, encryption, network (Internet) communication, network security, and the issue of firewall security.

Milan Habrcetl

CyberSecurity Specialist, Cisco

Milan Habrcetl has been engaged in cyber safety since 1998, mostly as Sales Manager or Business Development Manager. He joined CISCO in February 2016 within the Global Security Sales organisation, to support sales of the entire safety portfolio of Cisco Security in the Czech and Slovak Republics.

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