RSA Conference 2019: Trust (not Quantum), Blockchain, AI – and the advent of DevSecOps

A Trust Enabled World – that is the vision that guided the opening keynote speech of the RSA Conference 2019, held by Rohit Ghai (CEO of RSA) and Niloo Howe (tech investor and entrepreneur). In their narrative, which started with security nirvana, planned to be reached in 2049, they “looked back” to the trust crisis Continue reading “RSA Conference 2019: Trust (not Quantum), Blockchain, AI – and the advent of DevSecOps”

Innovation Sandbox Contest: What Cyber Security Trends can the world expect?

“Same procedure as last year, Miss Sophie?” – “Same procedure as every year, James!”

In line with this mantra, this year’s RSA Conference was kicked off again with the – by now pretty much established – ISBC startup contest. Same format (10 contestants pitch for 3 minutes, followed by 3 minutes of Q&A), same rules and conditions (pre-selected companies with maximum B round funding, Continue reading “Innovation Sandbox Contest: What Cyber Security Trends can the world expect?”

Breach & Attack Simulation: “Next-Generation” Vulnerability Management?

In the ongoing game of cat-and-mouse in the cybersecurity space, the dimensions of defense strategies evolve, especially for enterprise-grade organizations. Since attackers are becoming gradually more organized and are focusing on strategic, economic, or nation-state goals, IT security products providers Continue reading “Breach & Attack Simulation: “Next-Generation” Vulnerability Management?”

Wanted: The Best Threat Intelligence Provider with APT Indicators

APT’s – advanced persistent threats – are among the most feared threats in the cyberspace. They are well known for their use of highly sophisticated techniques, long lasting intrusions, and their slow and stealthy movement through infiltrated infrastructures. Often backed by nation states, APT groups possess the Continue reading “Wanted: The Best Threat Intelligence Provider with APT Indicators”

BruCON 0x0A

BruCON is an annual IT-security conference, held in the historical lecture hall of the University of Gent in October. As a smaller-scale conference without focus on a specific topic, it aims to improve the general state of the information security industry. This year marked the 10th anniversary of its current form, Continue reading “BruCON 0x0A”