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A high-level overview around some of the tactics and attack paths ‘hackers’ utilise when profiling and ultimately attacking organisations.
What we will cover:
✔ Common cyber security misconceptions
✔ Types of hackers
✔ Examples of how hackers profile organisations
✔ Office365 attack scenarios
About Matthew Hunn:
Matthew Hunn is a penetration tester who supports organisation's in identifying their security weaknesses and their impact on the integrity of critical business assets. Leveraging his past experience in digital forensics and incident response, Matthew replicates the 'attack vectors' a malicious actor would seek and exploit to compromise a victim; allowing them to ensure resilient, fit for purpose, defences are in place.
Xperience’s Labsec cyber security division delivers continuous security monitoring, consultancy and strategy planning, penetration testing and Cyber Essentials certification services.
Delivered to you in collaboration with Suffolk Developers group, Ipswich & Suffolk Tech Network and OWASP Suffolk
As this is a shared talk places are limited so please RSVP against this meeting if you wish to atend.
There is far more to cyber security than technology.
Every successful attack starts with human fallibility and failure.
The Dark Side is an integrated business venture on a global scale.
Operating as individually isolated organisations means we can only lose.
Integrating the information and resources across sectors and countries is essential.
The projected ‘business earnings of The Dark Side will be >5x the GDP of the UK by 2030.
About Peter Cochrane OBE:
Peter is an academic, advisor and consultant with multiple awards and accreditations. Around Ipswich, he is known for leading the Research at BT Labs at Adastral Park for many years, and more recently for working in the Department of Science and Technology at the University of Suffolk. He has been an advisor to Facebook, written over 1,000 scientific and engineering papers, patents, press articles, edited books and chapters. He has appeared on over 400 national and international appearances on radio and TV. He is a regular contributor to the Times, Telegraph, Guardian, and The Australian newspapers plus Wired Magazine, T3, Intelligence and Weekly Diamond Magazines.
Cloud has been around for a relatively long time now, yet there doesn’t seem to be a huge community of purely security focused individuals working with it. My theory is that this is down to cloud security appearing to be so different to what people are used to working with. Let’s try and bust that myth.
Join me for a bird’s eye view of the most important security concepts on AWS, what the best practices are around them as well as what AWS can do to help make life easier. I hope that this talk makes some of you more comfortable exploring AWS in the future.
Alex Kearns is a consultant at Inawisdom in Ipswich delivering data and AI/ML solutions on AWS for a variety of customers. Prior to this he has worked for an early stage startup and BT in a security focused role. He has a firm belief that security best practices should underpin all workloads, especially those in public clouds such as AWS.
* Welcome and OWASP updates
* Talk: The best practices of working securely on AWS