We are happy to invite you to the second edition of Visma SecCon, Visma’s yearly security conference intended for our customers, our employees and everyone else interested in security.
This year’s topic is how to stay secure during a pandemic and we will discuss various issues that surface in the wake of working remotely/in the wake of these special times.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together eminent experts in the cyber security field, both from Visma and externally in order to increase the focus and awareness on security, a field in constant development. New risks and scam methods are always emerging alongside changes in society, and it’s fundamental to be up to date.
This year the conference will be digital and free for everyone to attend, accessible via YouTube Live Streaming!
Isabel Arkvik and Helle Hobbelhagen
Security tools and techniques on a budget.
In this presentation STÖK demystifies the cloaks and daggers that surrounds the secrecy of hacking.
And shows you tools and techniques used by security professionals. So you too in a safe manner can attack your own organization to identify weaknesses/ misconfigurations and vulnerabilities in your own internet facing assets.
'Attribution' is simply the process of identifying the perpetrators of an attack, and it is notoriously hard to perform for cyber crime. But why is that? And is it still worth doing? In this talk I will go through some of the challenges and rewards of cyber attribution. I will also explain different investigative methods and techniques using unique behind-the-scenes examples from our own security investigations.
Privacy has become a buzzword for companies and enterprises. But privacy is much more personal - and sometimes compromises in privacy can leave deep psychological wounds, such as when a spouse or a
relative has total control over our digital lives.
In this talk, Laura talks about modern privacy of normal human beings, and how issues such as stalking take a whole new form in the digital spaces.
Working with hackers through Bug Bounty programs. Ioana will also gives some practical tips for running a successful BB program, based on our 2 years journey in Visma.
At the end of this presentation, you will know more about hackers and how they can help you secure your assets.
Bill Gates predicted the death of passwords at RSA in 2004. Today we have more passwords than ever before.
We also have more accounts, more 2-factor authentication & lots more problems with it all.
Here's what I've learned through 20+ years of work, play, research and obsession with passwords & anything digital authentication. Bad jokes, free advice & a tough warning comes as part of the talk.
The most severe cyberattacks today originate from sources already inside your network. Compromised accounts belonging to employees being the most common vector. The way attackers go about to obtain these accounts usually involve some form of social engineering or physical attacks, yet these are the vectors companies scope away when they order security tests. Join me by the campfire and hear why you should get a full-on redteam to test your security and why this can be fun for everyone.
In this presentation Alan briefly goes through the use of Machine Learning in Product Security. He highlights some projects, tasks and experiments that Machine Learning is used for in the context of anomaly detection, analysis and computer forensics.
A story of how the Ransomware industry has evolved into big business. In this presentation you will hear about the constant threat of a major ransomware attack, how the Visma Security Team fights this on a daily basis and why giving in to the criminals demand is a very bad solution.
Machine Learning and Security Architect - Visma
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