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Anomaly & outlier detection today is far beyond human capacities. Artificial intelligence has become an important technology in cybersecurity, as algorithms can solve many problems better and faster than humans. AI-Driven data intelligence automates the discovery, management, and control of all user access. This allows you to not only make better and faster access decisions, but also to quickly spot and respond to potential threats. It empowers every worker with correct and timely access when they need it, proactively engages business users to identify risky access, and helps security professionals intelligently create and maintain access models in today’s dynamic IT environment. After all, Identity Governance is not just about security. It is Trust and Reputation Management.
The surge in ransomware attacks has become one of our most pressing cybersecurity challenges. With attackers continuously adapting and refining their tactics, staying abreast of the latest developments and trends in this ever-evolving threat landscape is crucial.
Florian and Stefan explore the modern nuances of ransomware attacks in this panel. Discussions will revolve around cutting-edge techniques such as double extortion, where attackers deny access to data and threaten its public release, and the shift towards targeting operational technology, leading to real-world disruptions. Moreover, the panel will highlight the rise of decentralized ransomware models that utilize networks of affiliates and delve into the contentious debate around the ethics and implications of paying ransomware.
Beyond understanding the current ransomware landscape, attendees will be introduced to preventive measures, effective response strategies, and potential future trajectories of ransomware evolution. Join this insightful discussion to equip yourself with the tools and knowledge needed to navigate the complexities of ransomware in today's interconnected digital ecosystem.
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.
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 maturity model for quantum readiness and an enterprise program to become quantum ready.
The results of a comprehensive 2023 study by KuppingerCole will be presented, providing invaluable foresight into cybersecurity trends and threats anticipated for 2024. Based on in-depth research, the discussion will illuminate a series of predictions and prepare participants for the evolving cyber landscape.
The conversation will touch upon emerging trends, new threat vectors, potential vulnerabilities, and anticipated advancements in cyber defense strategies. Insights from this study will equip organizations to preemptively bolster their cyber defenses, enhance resilience, and navigate the forthcoming challenges of the cyber domain with confidence and competence.
As artificial intelligence continues its upward trajectory, a radical proposition emerges: Could AI take the helm of cybersecurity leadership? This bold discourse dives into the heart of this debate, exploring whether AI can effectively shoulder responsibilities traditionally assigned to a chief information security officer. Areas of exploration include AI's potential in threat detection, vulnerability assessment, and incident response.
But where does human judgment fit into this AI-dominated picture? Is the seasoned expertise of a CISO irreplaceable? This electrifying discussion stirs the pot of the future of cybersecurity leadership, grappling with the balance between emerging AI capabilities and indispensable human expertise.
In his talk, Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will look at the concepts behind Decentralized ID and its current state. Based on that introduction, he will share his perspectives on how Decentralized IDs can improve the cybersecurity posture of organizations for different use cases, including workforce, business partners, customers, and citizens.
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.
The past weeks again have demonstrated that cybersecurity and geopolitics are inseparable. Cyber attacks have become a common element in geopolitical crisis as an additional vector for concrete attacks, but also for MDM (Misinformation, Disinformation, Malinformation). This also means that CISOs nowadays must take a broader perspective beyond technology. Geopolitics impact the cybersecurity of organizations, and organizations must adapt to this, both by adjusting their organizational structures and cybersecurity spendings as by extending their risk management approaches in a way that also helps in assessing the concrete cybersecurity impact of geopolitics.
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.