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Attackers follow the money. In a digital economy, this means targeting web apps and APIs to exploit vulnerabilities and abuse business logic, leading to data breach, account takeover, and fraud that can devastate your business. To effectively prevent these attacks, you need comprehensive, consistent security that protects your entire digital footprint.
F5 solutions reduce complexity in a hybrid and multi-cloud world so you can deliver secure digital experiences at scale—in the architecture you have now, and for the architecture you aspire to evolve your business into.
Fraud is a major cost to businesses worldwide. Banking, finance, payment services, and retail are some of the most frequent targets of fraudsters. However, insurance, gaming, telecommunications, health care, cryptocurrency exchanges, government assistance agencies, travel and hospitality, and real estate are increasingly targeted as cybercriminals have realized that most online services trade in monetary equivalents. After years of being the focus of cybercriminals, banking and financial institutions are more likely to be better secured than other industries, meaning that fraudsters are increasingly likely to attack any potentially lucrative target if given the opportunity. Fraud perpetrators are continually diversifying and innovating their Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs).
The most prevalent types of fraud businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies experience today are:
Account Takeover (ATO) Fraud - occurs when fraudsters use breached passwords, phishing, social engineering and credential stuffing attacks to execute unauthorized transactions.
Account Opening (AO) Fraud – also called New Account Fraud or Synthetic Fraud, often happens as a result of using stolen identities or assemblages of personal information to create synthetic digital IDs.
In this session we will provide an overview of Fraud Reduction Intelligence Platforms and show the highlights of our latest research in this area.
Time is moving fast in the IT-Security industry. The rise of AI brings new attacks for example as new and better redacted phishing emails. What are the risks and chances for Security Operations? What is the impact on identity and access management. How can AI be used to improve threat hunting. These are some of the topics presented here.
The risk of being digitally vulnerable, or not being able to access basic services, affects us all. There can be no doubt that enhancing accessibility features across digital access journeys is tremendously important in helping people simply and safely connect with the digital world. But this doesn’t go far enough.
What you’ll learn from this session: How can adaptive, connected, and balanced digital identity go further in addressing universal digital vulnerability at the root, making sure no one gets left behind.
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.
Businesses, public institutions, and government agencies face various cybersecurity issues in an increasingly connected world. This welcome session highlights current and emerging cybersecurity challenges and trends as perceived through the lens of public leadership in Hesse.
From the intricacies of regulatory policy to the application of practical security measures, the discussion will provide a comprehensive understanding of the state's strategic approach to enhancing security and resilience. Attendees will gain unique insights into how government agencies shape cybersecurity trends and translate them into actionable support for stakeholders.
Paul Fisher delves into the multifaceted approach required to foster trustworthiness within complex software supply chains. This discussion begins by delineating the critical components of software supply chains and the potential risks associated with each link—from development and deployment to maintenance and decommissioning.
Key to establishing a chain of confidence is the adoption of transparent processes and tools that provide verifiable evidence of security at each step. The audience will be introduced to Software Bill of Materials (SBOM), cryptographic signing, and continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipelines fortified with automated security checks.
The talk will also consider the human aspect, emphasizing the need for cultivating a culture of security awareness and collaboration among stakeholders. This includes not only developers and security professionals but also suppliers, distributors, and end-users.
Finally, the talk will provide actionable insights and strategies for organizations to audit, monitor, and continuously improve their software supply chains.
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!
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.
As governments around the world increasingly turn to artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance their security, a myriad of complex challenges emerge. This presentation delves into the multifaceted landscape of applying AI to secure government operations.
When the worst happens, and your defenses are breached, how do you respond? This engaging workshop, led by an experienced CISO, takes you through the crucial first hours of a cyber-attack. Using real-world examples and first-hand experience, the workshop highlights the immediate steps and strategies essential to mitigating damage and restoring operations. It provides insight into the tactical responses required during these stressful moments and offers guidance on how to create a robust response plan to prepare your organization better.
Attendees can expect to walk away with a better understanding of incident response management and benefit from the lessons learned from past attacks. This is a rare opportunity to learn from the trenches and equip your organization with the resilience it needs in the face of cybersecurity threats.