ToDo: The Web Security Congress

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The Web Security Congress

April 10th

Courtyard by Marriot Warsaw Airport

Zwirki i Wigury 1

Warsaw, Poland

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Throughout 2017, the topic of cybersecurity kept resurfacing as the world observed multiple high-profile cyber attacks paralyze major corporations around the world. From the attack on Equifax and Uber, through WannaCry ransomware, and Deloitte being targeted, it’s been proven that no one’s truly safe these days. There are, however, precautions we can take to get our businesses ready for the modern times. If you need a primer on the topic, The Web Security Congress right around the corner!

The newest edition of the one-day conference will take place in Warsaw on April 10th in Courtyard by Marriot Warsaw Airport. Aimed at cybersecurity enthusiasts and IT experts alike, The Web Security Congress’ will be a place to share experiences related to maintaining our online presence without putting ourselves at risk.

With an expert-filled attendance list, the organizers promise discussions about cybercrime, challenges faced by IT security specialists, methods of cyber attack prevention and information leakage, the legal aspects of cyber security, as well as various methods to keep businesses secure. Participants of the conference will get a chance to attend talks conducted by leading experts in the field of cybersecurity, such as Paweł Wałuszko of AdRem Software, Artur Żebrowski – the head of IT at Amazon, Maciej Kaczmarek of Netgear, Piotr Kubiak of A plus C Systems, Izabela Lewandowska-Wiśniewska, and Rafał Gołębiowski of BGŻ BNP Paribas.

Here are just some of the talks you’ll find on the agenda:

  • Cybersecurity – a complex approach to management
  • New Trends in IT Infrastructure Management
  • How to prevent data leakage? 7 examples of proactive network monitoring.
  • Information gathering – a few words about the importance of reconnaissance
  • When a problem turns into an accident, and an accident into a catastrophe – how to think about survival in a global context

It truly sounds like an event you can’t miss! Best of all, attendance is free, and participants who register beforehand will receive access to post-conference materials as well. For more information about the conference, including a specific agenda and an insight on the announced speakers, head to The Web Security Congress’ page on GigaCon, or to their Facebook Event.

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