Supporting Programme 2018
Live-Hacking: SySS - How digital attackers are intruding into your systems
We believe our mobile phone is protected by a pin code. We also try to protect our computer with anti-virus software against the infiltration of malicious software and thus prevent someone from gaining access to our data. But attacks on computer systems, data spying and data theft are omnipresent. The hacking techniques used are constantly being further developed: Hardly a day goes by without new exploits.
From a hacker's point of view, Sebastian Schreiber shows how shockingly easy it is to listen to confidential conversations of others and to gain insight into foreign data. In an impressive live hacking presentation, he demonstrates that no billion euro budget is needed to create a comprehensive profile of people or to collect important and sensitive company information.
An insecure IT landscape can seriously endanger the operation or even the continued existence of a company. Usually small, inconspicuous errors tear dangerous holes in IT networks. IT infrastructures and applications can be designed to be high-quality and robust, yet still have vulnerabilities that allow digital attackers to enter the internal network. The penetration test is an excellent control tool for finding this. In this way, IT networks can be effectively examined for security gaps in order to close them: So that hackers don't have it as easy as Sebastian Schreiber as a live hacker on stage.
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--- Date: 10.10.2018 Time: 5:00 PM - 5:40 PM Location: Forum T10 - Technology