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Choosing the right software to meet your business needs today and in the future is both essential and challenging. Our workshop, "The Art of Choice," will guide you through five key areas of software selection:
Attendees will gain insight into software selection and decision making. Join us to deepen your understanding of "The Art of Choice" in software selection.
What's happening with the growth and increase in Cyber Regulations in Europe? Why are authorities pushing more and more regulations that focus on Cyber Security and Risk Management? Does it really bring value for actual Cyber Security at a business? And how can (if not must) one prepare for this wind of change?
This session aims to explore the practicalities and paradigms of integrating AI identities into current and future digital infrastructures. Topics will include the regulatory and governance challenges posed by autonomous AI operations, the technical requirements for creating and managing AI identities, and the technical and even legal considerations of recognizing AI as identifiable entities, focusing on accountability and traceability within various frameworks.
Security should cover more than just what we know. As a common practice, we define the scope of assessment including the systems, networks, applications, and data that will be assessed. Hackers, by their very nature, have no predefined scope. They often seek to exploit any entry points they can find, those we may consider less significant or even we aren't aware of yet. Unknown threats are lurking in the shadows! This talk will delve into how attack surface discovery and management contribute significantly to visibility, a pivotal foundation of effective cyber defense strategies.
Organizations nowadays are agile and tech-dependent, deploying updates frequently and relying ons 3rd parties. This leads to dynamic and complex digital systems with exposed and vulnerable assets. Testing frequency does not keep pace with development, is very noisy, and more than one-third of an organization’s attack surface is unknown to the organization. Autonomous ethical hacking powered by hackers and AI, can help tech teams to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities and manage their digital infrastructure continuously and accurately. By combining machine hacking with human hacking in a symbiotic relationship, machines can go in-breadth and automated (80% of tasks with 20% of impact ); while ethical hackers go customized and in-depth (20% of tasks with 80% of impact). The knowledge flows from humans to machines and the platform learns continuously through ML & AI. This allows to uniquely provide instant, continuous, accurate, and affordable security.
Picture this: your defenses are breached, and chaos ensues. What's your next move? In this engaging keynote address, led by an experienced CISO, we explore those crucial first hours in the wake of a cyber-attack. Through gripping real-world tales and firsthand insights, this keynote sheds light on the immediate steps and vital strategies necessary to minimize damage and restore normalcy. Discover the on-the-ground responses needed during high-stress moments and gain valuable guidance on crafting a resilient response plan for your organization.
In this presentation Paul Fisher connects the dots between Henry Ford, Stanley Kubrick and AI. He explains how AI is useless without good data and good data for cybersecurity can only be prepared with expert human help. The end is not nigh, instead the AI tools now coming will make our jobs easier while elevating cybersecurity to new levels.
Welcome to the cyberevolution Conference Opening!
Berthold Kerl will kick off the cyberevolution Conference in Frankfurt from the 14th to the 16th of November. He will explain the idea behind "Anticipate - Innovate - Together," the triad that drives the future of cybersecurity. In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, the role of AI in cybersecurity has never been more crucial. Throughout this opening, Berthold will explore the profound impact of AI on cybersecurity today and tomorrow, uncovering its potential to reshape defense strategies. Drawing on our expertise as a leading analyst firm in cybersecurity, KuppingerCole will share the trends and insights that demand your attention. These crucial themes will spark thought-provoking discussions, igniting anticipation for what defenders of cybersecurity must prepare for today and in the future.
During the conference, expect a dynamic agenda filled with thematic highlights, distinguished speakers, and interactive sessions. Our goal is to encourage active participation, collaboration, and discussions that enrich your knowledge and strengthen the collective defense against cyber threats. Moreover, be prepared to immerse yourself in a captivating and diverse range of events in our engaging framework. We've crafted a compelling and exciting program that complements the conference and ensures you make meaningful connections and lasting memories.
Let's embark on this transformative journey together at cyberevolution. Anticipate new possibilities, innovate to shape the future, and together, we'll empower cybersecurity defense for the challenges that lie ahead.
Get ready for an exceptional experience!
See you at cyberevolution!
This interactive workshop will provide a practical approach to understanding and applying Zero Trust principles in creating your cybersecurity architecture.
We will focus on transitioning from traditional security perimeters to an identity-driven Cybersecurity Mesh, acting as the backbone for implementing the Zero Trust model. A detailed case study will guide you through the initial stages of incorporating Zero Trust principles into your current security landscape, identifying potential challenges, and offering methodical solutions.
The session will center on active learning through real-world examples, where participants will gain hands-on experience in shaping a resilient Cybersecurity Fabric. The workshop will conclude with participants developing a personalized roadmap to integrate Zero Trust principles into their cybersecurity systems seamlessly.
Join us to kickstart your Zero Trust journey, navigate its intricacies, and move towards a secure future with real-world applications and interactive problem-solving guidance.
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 sneaker bots, whose goal is to obtain a competitive advantage over human clients in purchasing hyped articles like sneakers. Addressing automated threats is a company-wide effort and requires to tackle the problem from many angles reaching from DevSecOps, architectural changes, raising awareness, establishing transparency in the business, implementing preventive controls, to detective controls. In the first phase of our research, we tackled the problem in a big e-commerce company on this entire spectrum of challenges and are now at the position to enhance our approach in a second phase. In the second phase, we aim for an approach to harden a web-application platform with existing detective and reactive controls using aspects of generative approaches and adversarial attacks while also considering explainability.
In the talk, we are going to explain and motivate the problem space, explain the insights from the first phase and outline the goals of the second phase of our research.