Something Something Cyber with Troy Hunt

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This event is hosted and sponsored by Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen (MDCC) (https://www.microsoft.com/da-dk/mdcc) - At Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen we push the limits of coding while developing intelligent, end to end business solutions for the Dynamics portfolio; Dynamics 365, NAV, AX and CRM.

Start your day by learning something about cyber security in the company of Troy Hunt.

09:00 - 10:00 Something Something Cyber by Troy Hunt

How do dormant cyber pathogens spread? Do hackers really wear hoodies while they hack? And how hard is to become a genuine, bona fide evil cyber hacker anyway? These and many more burning cyber security questions will be tackled in a non-stop action packed look at the state of online security.

In this talk, you’ll see just how bad the state of security is today; how easy it is to find risks, the extent of vulnerable code that’s out there and just how ill-equipped organisations are to handle it when everything goes wrong. It’s a real world look at the industry that will entertain, horrify and compel us all to do more in protecting our valuable online assets. Discover how to improve your own systems by learning from those that have failed to do so in the past.

10:00 - 11:00 Q&A with Troy Hunt

About the speaker

Troy Hunt (https://www.troyhunt.com/) is an Australian Microsoft Regional Director and Microsoft MVP for Developer Security since 2011. Troy is a Pluralsight author of many top-rated courses on web security (http://pluralsight.com/training/Authors/Details/troy-hunt), and known for his work on "Have I been pwned? (https://haveibeenpwned.com/)" - a free service that aggregates data breaches and helps people establish if they've been impacted by malicious activities on the web.

Troy is in Copenhagen doing a public workshop called "Hack yourself first" (http://www.cnug.dk/workshops/hack-yourself-first-with-troy-hunt/), which is hosted by CNUG and we are excited about being able to do this community event with Troy in collaboration with MDCC while he is in town. Check out the content of the workshop through the link (http://cnug.dk/workshops/hack-yourself-first-with-troy-hunt/) above - there are still a few seats available.

Practical info:

If you come by car, you can use the Microsoft reserved parking spots (17) free of charge, remember to register at arrival. In case of full occupancy, guests are referred to use public parking options in the area nearby, e.g. Lyngby Storcenter - first hour free – cost per additional hour.

Guests arriving on bicycle will find bike stands outside the building.