Archive for July, 2017

Last Call – DeepSec 2017 “Science First!” – Call for Papers

July 31, 2017

Today our Call for Papers for DeepSec 2017 (motto Science first!) officially ends. We are still up to our necks in submissions, but if you have content and want to join, then make sure you submit now! All in-time submissions will be preferred over the ones that missed the d(r)eadline! The call for papers for […]

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Unicorns in the Wild – Information Security Skills and how to achieve them

July 27, 2017

Everyone talks about information security, countering „cyber“ threats, endless feats of hackers gone wrong/wild, and more epic stories. Once you have realised that you are reading the news and not a script for a TV series, you are left with one question: What are information security skills? The next question will probably be: How do […]

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DeepINTEL Schedule updated – Psychology and Power Grids

July 27, 2017

We have updated the schedule for DeepINTEL 2017. The human mind and power grids are both critical infrastructure. Both can be manipulated and switched off, arguably. And most of us use both every day. So this is why we added two more presentations to the schedule. Stefan Schumacher of the Magdeburg Institute for Security Research talks […]

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Malicious Software explores new Business Models – Politics

July 19, 2017

Malicious software has become a major component of criminal business and geopolitics. In addition it is a convenient explanation for anything one does not want to investigate. Since code always come from somewhere you have to ask yourself many more questions when it comes to infected networks and compromised hosts. What is the agenda of […]

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Digital Security of the Future: Technology and Algorithms alone are no Substitute for Strategy

July 14, 2017

Unfortunately, you can not rely on antivirus programs when it comes to the security of your own business. Antivirus programs do not read newspapers, they do not attend lectures, they don’t protect you from social engineering or know the meaning of Facebook friends or Twitter tweets. False friends, indeed. The continuous monitoring and evaluation of […]

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