• HelSec Virtual Meetup #8

    Online event

    Welcome to the HelSec Virtual Meetup 8! 🤗

    Join the discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/NBvCAm8

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    18:00 - Stream start and word by HelSec

    18:15 - "localhost exposed: personal vulnerability on my path to oscp" by jw

    19:00 - Short break

    19:15 - ”Who's afraid of the dark? - Hype versus reality on the dark web” by Nour Fateen

    20:00 - Short break

    20:15 - ”Emulating ransomware attacks lifecycle" by Francesco Raimondi

    21:00 - Virtual conference end - Virtual networking and some pystyy vetää will continue on our Discord server

    All times are in EET (UTC +2).

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    Speaker bio:
    🔹 jw, having started his career with a decade of DevOps roles, he migrated to cyber security in the aftermath of Stuxnet. He spent the next five years as a cyber security consultant in Finland and the Middle East before expanding his perspective from single companies to the whole country..
    🔹 Nour Fateen is a cybersecurity specialist with over seven years of experience in the industry. Currently at Recorded Future, Nour has spent the last three years helping some of the largest businesses in the world improve their security posture using security intelligence. He has previously held positions in Cisco Systems and Goldman Sachs. Nour received a Master in Electronic Engineering & Nanotechnology from University College London.
    🔹 Francesco comes from a cyber security background. He has worked as a cyber security consultant, focusing on penetration testing and red teaming in banking and healthcare sectors. Francesco has a focus on cyber security in cloud native AWS and Azure architectures as well as hybrid infrastructures.

  • HelSec Virtual Meetup #7

    Online event

    Welcome to the HelSec Virtual Meetup 7! 🤗

    Join the discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/NBvCAm8

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    18:00 - Stream start and word by HelSec

    18:15 - "One way to end up in the CISO Office" by Henri Heinonen

    19:00 - Short break

    19:15 - ”The Devil is in the Details” by Anne Hännikäinen

    20:00 - Short break

    20:15 - ”Culture eats strategy for breakfast" by Teemu Mäkelä

    21:00 - Virtual conference end - Virtual networking and some pystyy vetää will continue on our Discord server

    All times are in EET (UTC +2).

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    Speaker bio:
    🔹 Henri is the Chief Information Security Officer in Aktia Pankki Oyj. He is also actively participating in developing Financial sector’s co-operation in cyber security.
    🔹 Anne is the CISO in Fintraffic Oy, which controls and manages traffic on land, air and sea. Before this position, she was the CISO in Sanoma, media and learning company. She embraces close co-operation with different stakeholders, and drives business and cyber risk strategy alignment. She has wide experience in assessing and implementing security technologies and
    procedures to build organizational capabilities, including the whole ecosystem. During her time at Nokia, she was a part of global team creating and implementing 3rd Party Security Management concept, governance and information security requirements to ensure alignment from an end-to-end perspective. In Sanoma she deepened her knowledge on securing Cloud based solutions. She has 20+ years of IT experience in global, international and virtual organizations – and is experienced in IT, Security and Privacy implementation, including Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestment cases. She has also worked as expat in Singapore and The Netherlands.
    🔹 Teemu is a business-minded and experienced cyber security leader with wide hands-on knowledge of various aspects of today’s networked systems. He believes an organization’s level of security should always be based on proper risk management and enable business by opening up opportunities. Teemu was recently named CISO of the Year by Tietoturva Ry, Finland’s largest network of cyber security professionals.

  • HelSec Virtual Meetup #6

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    Welcome to the HelSec Virtual Meetup 6! 🤗

    Join the discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/NBvCAm8

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    18:00 - Stream start and word by HelSec

    18:15 - "Container Security: an overview" by Ilhan Gurel

    19:00 - Short break

    19:15 - "My Brief History of Cybersecurity Exercises" by Anne Oikarinen

    20:00 - Short break

    20:15 - "From zero to Yara" by Peeter Marvet

    21:00 - Virtual conference end - Virtual networking and some pystyy vetää will continue on our Discord server

    All times are in EET (UTC +2).

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    Speaker bio:
    🔹 Ilhan Gurel works for Ericsson in the CTO organization as an expert on trusted HW and SW technologies. Ilhan Gurel lives in Finland. His current role involves various security activities related to HW security, SW security, TEE (Trusted Execution Environment) technologies and practical use of cryptography.
    🔹 Anne Oikarinen is a Senior Security Consultant who works with security and software development teams to help them design and develop secure software. In her current job at Nixu Corporation, Anne divides her time between DevSecOps, cybersecurity exercises and writing about cybersecurity. Anne holds a Master of Science (Tech.) degree in Communication Networks and Protocols from Tampere University of Technology, and maintains the CISSP and GMOB certifications.
    🔹 Peeter Marvet has been trying to make computers do what he wants since '85, starting with pirated clones of IBM mainframes running on punchcards - but the computers seem to be still winning. Has produced 10 years of radio, couple of years of TV, worked 15 years in printing industry, has a sailboat and likes to windsurf. Currently resident hacker and chief troublemaker at Estonian largest hosting company Zone.ee

  • HelSec Special Virtual Meetup: Home Labs

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    Welcome to the HelSec Special Virtual Meetup: Home Labs! 🤗

    Join the discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/NBvCAm8

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    18:00 - Stream start and word by HelSec

    18:05 - "Setting a lab on virtualbox beginners tale." by Marjanah Sadiq

    18:35- Short break

    18:45 - "My DFIR/malware environment" by Juho Jauhiainen

    19:15 - Short break

    19:30 - TBA by Ossi Väänänen

    20:00 - [Virtual conference end] Virtual networking and discussion on our Discord server

    All times are in EET (UTC +2).

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    Speaker bio:
    🔹 Marjanah Sadiq - Student of embedded software and cybersecurity. Working as Research assistant at University of Jyväskylä.
    🔹 Juho Jauhiainen - Co-Founder of HelSec, Information Security Specialist at NCSC-FI, Podcast host at Turvakäräjät, Former DFIR consultant, Forensics and Cyber Security Instructor at MPK Ry, CISSP, OSCP, GCFA, GREM, GMON, and forever a student (maybe someday his MSc (Tech.) studies will be ready).
    🔹 Ossi Väänänen - Co-Founder of HelSec, Chief Security Architect at Sanoma, OSCP

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  • HelSec Virtual Meetup #5

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    Welcome to the HelSec Virtual Meetup 5! 🤗

    Join the discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/NBvCAm8

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    18:00 - Stream start and word by HelSec

    18:15 - "Why I Quit Security For A While And Came Back" by James Arlen

    19:00 - Short break

    19:15 - "Globalization of Cybercrime" by Anna Chung

    20:00 - Short break

    20:15 - "DMA Abuses and In-Memory Malware Detection" by Ulf Frisk

    21:00 - Virtual conference end - Virtual networking and some pystyy vetää will continue on our Discord server

    All times are in EET (UTC +2).

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    Speaker bio:
    🔹 James Arlen is Aiven.io’s CISO bringing a mix of security and engineering background to DBaaS (database as a service). Over the past twenty plus years, James has been delivering information security solutions to Fortune 500, TSE 100, and major public-sector organizations. James is best described as: “Infosec geek, hacker, social activist, author, speaker, and parent.” His areas of interest include organizational change, social engineering, blinky lights and shiny things. In addition to his work at Aiven, James is a blogger/podcaster with Liquidmatrix Security Digest, a frequent speaker at industry conferences, and is a prolific contributor to media and standards including a lead author contribution to the Cloud Security Alliance Security Guidance for Critical Areas of Cloud Computing V4. James holds the CISSP, CISA, and CRISC security certifications.
    🔹Anna Chung is a Principal Researcher at Unit 42, the global threat intelligence team at Palo Alto Networks. She works at the crossroads of cyber threat intelligence, underground economics, and cyber behavior analysis. In addition, Anna is actively building mentoring partnerships encouraging women with or without a technical background to be part of the information security industry.
    🔹Ulf Frisk is a pentester by day, and a Security Researcher by night. He is the author of PCILeech and MemProcFS which he has presented at major cons such as Disobey, DEF CON and the CCC. He is interested in things low-level and primarily focuses on Memory Analysis and Direct Memory Access (DMA).

  • HelSec Virtual Meetup #4

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    Welcome to the HelSec Virtual Meetup 4! 🤗

    Join the discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/NBvCAm8

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    18:00 - Stream start and word by HelSec

    18:15 - "That time they almost got us" by Joakim Tauren

    19:00 - Short break

    19:15 - "Fundamentals of threat detection in OT/ICS environments" by Pietari Sarjakivi

    20:00 - Short break

    20:15 - "Modifying Disobey badges - Project RubberHeikki" by Heikki Stark

    21:00 - Virtual conference end - Virtual networking and some pystyy vetää will continue on our Discord server

    All times are in EET (UTC +2).

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    Speaker bio:
    🔹 Joakim Tauren, Application Security Architect at Visma, Dad, hobby wood worker, aspiring communicator. Helping development teams in Visma be more secure, with tools, services and knowledge.
    🔹 Pietari Sarjakivi, Leader atNixu, blue team trainer in National Defence Training Association of Finland, (MPK) and PhD student in University of Jyväskylä (JYU). He has been working with threat detection and response over a decade and in 2015 he founded Nixu Cyber Defense Center service that maintains customers' operational cyber defense by offering premium prevention, detection and response services. https://www.linkedin.com/in/pietari/
    🔹 Heikki Stark, Security auditor, mechkeeb entrepreneur.

  • HelSec Virtual Meetup #3

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    Welcome to the HelSec Virtual Meetup 3! 🤗

    Join the discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/NBvCAm8

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    18:00 - Stream start and word by HelSec

    18:15 - Exposing the Dangers of Poor Password Management With Security Intelligence by Nour Fateen

    19:00 - Short break

    19:15 - What is 5G Security? by Dr. Silke Holtmanns

    20:00 - Short break

    20:15 - Confidential Computing: The past, present and the future by Ilhan Gurel

    21:00 - Virtual conference end - Virtual networking and some pystyy vetää will continue on our Discord server

    All times are in EEST (UTC +3).

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    Speaker bio:
    🔹 Nour Fateen is a cybersecurity specialist with over seven years of experience in the industry. Currently at Recorded Future, Nour has spent the last three years helping some of the largest businesses in the world improve their security posture using security intelligence. He has previously held positions in Cisco Systems and Goldman Sachs. Nour received a Master in Electronic Engineering & Nanotechnology from University College London.
    🔹 Silke works for 20 years in telco security and was honored for her security work in 2019 (Suomen Leijonan ritari). She has worked with more security specifications than coffee cups in her life and knows how to spot weak spots in them. Her sec research was presented at BlackHat, DefCon and (most important) Disobey. She recently left a big finnish mobile network vendor and joined a small weird (but extremely interesting) company in Ireland called Adaptive Mobile Security and setting new levels or remote working. There she can get hold of real-life network nation state attacks to telcos (cool), works on threat intelligence (love math & logs & protocols!) and can build and contribute to the best telco firewalls ever that protect millions of people (about time). Now at the dawn of 5G, 5G security has moved into the spotlight and always on the research front, there she goes and explores. Oh, and she officially advises EU ENISA and other governments and operators on 5G Security.
    🔹 Ilhan Gurel currently works for Ericsson in the CTO organization as an expert on trusted HW and SW technologies. His current role involves various security activities related to HW security, SW security, OS & Platform security and practical use of cryptography.

  • HelSec Virtual Meetup #2

    Online event

    Welcome to the HelSec Virtual Meetup 2! 🤗

    Join the discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/NBvCAm8

    18:00 - Stream open and word by HelSec

    18:20 - Infosec consulting and career progression by Niklas Särökaari

    19:00 - Forensicating like a boss using cincan and minion by jw

    19:40 - SharePoint RCE via web control parsing by Ivan Vagunin

    20:40 - Privecall TX by Arimo Koivisto

    21:20 - Virtual conference end - Virtual networking and some pystyy vetää will continue on our Discord server (link will be shared during the virtual conference).

    All times are in EEST (UTC +3).

    Speaker bio:
    🔹 Niklas Särökaari, Red Teamer at F-Secure
    🔹 jw, Having started his career with a decade of DevOps roles, he migrated to cyber security in the aftermath of Stuxnet. He spent the next five years as a cyber security consultant in Finland and the Middle East before expanding his perspective from single companies to the whole country.
    🔹 Ivan Vagunin, Senior Software Architect at TietoEVRY, proud HelSec Ry member #82, occasional bug bounty hunter (MSRC TOP 100 BH 2018), serial blockchain gamer, CISSP/MCSM
    🔹 Arimo Koivisto, CCO of Xxlsec

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  • HelSec Virtual Meetup #1

    Online event

    Welcome to the HelSec Virtual Meetup 1! 🤗

    The talks and the presenters will be released one by one before Thursday.

    17:00 - Stream open and word by HelSec

    17:30 - Fighting alert fatigue and visibility issues in SOC by Juuso Myllylä

    17:55 - Q&A

    18:00 - iPhone BFU Acquisition and Analysis by Timo Miettinen

    18:45 - Q&A

    19:00 - Still Fuzzing Faster (U Fool) by joohoi

    19:45 - Q&A

    20:00 - Price of a digital identity by Laura Kankaala

    20:45 - Q&A

    21:00 - A tale of two vulnerability databases and a Panda by Magnus Lundgren

    21:25 - Q&A

    21:30 - Virtual conference end - Virtual networking and some pystyy vetää will continue on our Discord server (link will be shared during the virtual conference).

    All times are in EEST (UTC +3).

    Speaker bio:

    Juuso Myllylä, Security Analyst @ OptimeSys CSOC. Student @ University of Jyväskylä, Masters program for cybersecurity. Twitter: @zeyM0x01

    Timo Miettinen, Senior DFIR consultant at Nixu. 10 years of experience in cyber domain, both public and private sectors. Certifications: GCIH, CHFI, CEH.

    joohoi, a privacy and security enthusiast, hacker and open so(u)rcerer involved in projects like Certbot, acme-dns and ffuf. Approaches problems from purple teamer perspective.

    Laura Kankaala, security professional with hands-on experience on how to make companies and lives of people more secure by hacking. She's also a familiar face from a Finnish infosec TV documentary series Team Whack. Laura has worked as a security consultant, researcher and now she is a security lead at a startup company Robocorp.

    Magnus Lundgren, Recorded Future. Worked there for 5 years, seen the company grow from 50 to 500 people. Excited about what you can do by combining big data and machine learning to the threat intelligence space.

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  • HelSec March 2020 meetup

    Sofia Helsinki

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