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VIDEO ARCHIVE


cybersecurityeurope PAGE 56


Videos that call for IT security heroes to receive the recognition they deserve; plus, it-sa’s live demos show how vulnerable smartphones are to smart hacks.


IT SECURITY EXPERTS ARE THE TECH SECTOR’S unsung heroes who keep the big systems running – and the lights on – when the forces of cyber darkness conspire to hold the world to ransom. But even our most accomplished technological heroes sometimes need to reboot their knowledge, fi nd out about the newest industry developments and ensure that their skills are honed to deal with the latest emergent cyber threats.


SHOWREEL


This crop of three short it-sa video celebrates the contribution that the backroom girls and boys make toward ensuring that the mission critical systems that we all depend on are safeguarded, and also provide a glimpse of the many sources of expert information, guidance and education fi rst seen it-sa 2017 that will be repeated for it-sa 2018. On-stand presentations, knowledge-share workshops and solution showcases – all there for visitors at Europe’s leading event for cyber security professionals. Bonus viewing is here in a demonstration of live hacks by respected honourable hacker Sebastian Schreiber, Founder & Managing Director at leading penetration test service provider SySS GMbH. To view the videos just click the respective play button.


IT-SA


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