05. June 2019 | The silent danger: how hackers attack corporate networks
5. June @ 18: 00 - 20:00free
Live hacking with RedFox
Almost every second company in Germany has already become the victim of economic espionage, sabotage and data theft. However, most companies only notice that unauthorized persons gain access to the company network, collect and manipulate data there, when the damage has already occurred. But how exactly do hackers go about it? How do you plan an attack and execute it? How do you recognize early on the signs of a hacker attack and how can you protect yourself? To this and many more questions it will go in the event "The silent danger: how hacking corporate networks attack".
Benjamin Greis and Frederic Schier from RedFox InfoSec GmbH will demonstrate the hacker's behavior in a live hack and show, among other things, how hackers gain access to company networks through the e-mail phishing method. Afterwards, protection options and methods of attack will be examined in detail by the experts during a discussion round.
17: 30 clock: reception of the guests
18: 00 Clock: Welcome by #Bodenseeinnovativ and cyberLAGO
18: 10 Clock: Introduction (Prof. Dr. Tobias Heer, Albstadt-Sigmaringen University of Applied Sciences)
18: 20 Clock: Live Hacking (Benjamin Greis and Frederic Schier, RedFox InfoSec Gmbh)
19: 15 pm: Discussion
Frederic Schier and Benjamin Greis are founders of the RedFox InfoSec GmbH, Offensive Security Certified Penetration Tester and IT Security Advisor.
Prof. Dr. Tobias Heer is Professor for Networks, Network Security and Security in Industry in the degree program IT Security at Hochschule Abstadt-Sigmaringen.
"The silent danger: how hackers attack corporate networks" is a joint event by #bodenseeinnovativ and the digital competence network cyberLAGO.
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