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Track I: Anticipate

Track I: Anticipate

Wednesday, November 15, 2023 11:15—13:15
Location: Plateau

The "Anticipate" track is a forward-looking journey through the evolving landscape of digital defense. This track will explore the dual-edged nature of artificial intelligence in cybersecurity, examining its role in both advancing threats and bolstering defenses. We'll delve into the imminent challenges and opportunities presented by quantum computing, from its impact on public key infrastructure to the revolutionary potential of post-quantum cryptography.

Participants will gain insights into the arms race against automated threats, learning about multi-dimensional strategies to enhance web application security and combat sophisticated bots. The track culminates with a strategic overview of emerging security and privacy technologies, equipping attendees with knowledge on advanced cryptography, privacy-enhancing technologies, and blockchain. This comprehensive program is designed to empower cybersecurity professionals with the knowledge and tools to craft robust strategies that anticipate and neutralize the next generation of cyber threats.


Lead Analyst & CTO


November 15, 2023
11:35 - 11:55
Battling the Bots: Enhancing Web Application Security Through Multi-Dimensional Approaches
Automated Threats to web applications are according to the Open Web Applications Project (OWASP) a misuse of their inherent valid functionality by applying automated means. Usually, those automations are referred to as `bots´. The attackers usually reverse engineer the web application, e.g. an e-commerce platform, and based on their discovery, craft bots to exploit vulnerabilities or gaps that allow them to pursue their goal on the platform in an undesirable way. A famous example are...

Berlin School of Economics and Law (University of Applied Sciences)

November 15, 2023
11:55 - 12:15
Panel: AI Unleashed: The Battle of Wits in Cybersecurity - Attackers vs. Defenders

Berlin School of Economics and Law (University of Applied Sciences)

November 15, 2023
12:15 - 12:35
The Next Horizon: Revolutionizing Security with Post-Quantum Cryptography
Quantum computers are expected to solve some computational problems that are intractable with today's supercomputers. A worldwide race is on to build more and more powerful quantum computers. Google's Quantum Supremacy demonstration in 2019 has only been one of the first steps on this path. Along with many opportunities, quantum computing creates a significant risk for the whole industry. The same quantum computers that can be used to design new materials and drugs will be able to crack...

Deutsche Bank AG

November 15, 2023
12:35 - 12:55
The Risk of Quantum for PKI and How to Handle It
Quantum computing has found its way into Deutsche Bahn's technology roadmap. In the session I’ll give an introduction where is it used, which use cases are being developed, which skills does the industry need? The key question is which risks do we expect and how can we prepare our organization against attacks, some keywords are NIST, PQC, crypto agility. I will give an overview of the international quantum landscape and its progress. You will get hands on advice how to establish a...

Deutsche Bahn AG

November 15, 2023
12:55 - 13:15
Building Your Cybersecurity Strategy with Emerging Security and Privacy Technologies
In this session, I will give an overview of a number of emerging security and privacy technologies, such as advanced cryptography (e.g., lightweight cryptography, post-quantum cryptography, etc.), privacy-enhancing technologies (e.g., confidential computing, zero-knowledge proof, etc.), and blockchain, and discuss why and how organizations should consider building their cybersecurity strategies with these emerging technologies.  

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