Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Client Side Hacking - The Next Wave Of Threats

Free ISACA Ireland event "Client Side Hacking - The Next Wave Of Threats" :: 

28th March, Derry / Londonderry

In late February ISACA Ireland ran a free and open Information Security evening in Belfast on the latest emerging threats to data security. An exceptional turn out of over 120 people has strengthened our resolve to build a useful and functioning Information Security community throughout the North.

We are delighted to offer the North West the same opportunity locally by running the Client Side Hacking evening on Thursday 28th March. The session will include the latest developments in last few weeks including the evolving Chinese APT1 threat and the outbreak of Cyber Warfare involving North Korea.

Overview: The threat landscape is constantly evolving with new threat vectors immerging daily. Take a tour through how hacking has evolved and how we ended up with Cyber Warfare weapons research companies investing millions in developing new attack tool. These weapons of today are your threats of tomorrow. Understand how your threat landscape is about to change and start your preparation now.

How exploits are developed
The Hack equation
The Four Phases of Hacking
The Current State of Cyber Warfare
The Emergence of Client Side Hack
The BYOD Threat
Live Client Side Hack Demos
Defensive Controls and Countermeasures

About the speaker

GRC & Cyber Warfare Consultant with a broad range of experience in COBIT, Information Assurance, security auditing, penetration testing, incident handling and security training gained with a number of world-class organizations.


5:45 pm - Registration
6:00 pm - Presentation & live demos
7:30 pm - Questions & Networking

Date/Time: Thursday 28th March 2013, 5.45pm - 8.00pm

Cost: Free to members and non-members (please forward details of event to friends / colleagues)

Venue: Intelligent Systems Building, University of Ulster Magee

Format: Presentation with Live Demos

Duration: 90 Minutes

CPEs: 1.5