Let’s speak about cyber security is a meetup series coordinated by Startup Estonia (http://startupestonia.ee/) with a goal to gather people interested in solving different cyber security issues and finding new business opportunities. On each meetup, we will focus on distinct sector and a cyber security issue. We will meet the representatives of Estonian institutions that provide vital cyber security services but also leading Estonian startups. Of course, we will have engaging discussions about the sectoral best practices, existing solutions and issues to be resolved.
Our goal is to organize one meetup per month.
The first meetup was brought to you in cooperation with Elektrilevi (https://www.facebook.com/elektrilevi/) and focused on cyber security issues in the energetics sector. The goal of the first seminar was to map out the interest in cybersecurity topics in the field of energy and finding opportunities for collaborative projects in SmartGrid area.
The second meetup was organized in cooperation with Pipedrive (https://www.pipedrive.com/) and focused on startup experience. Growing from a startup to a global organisation, the security challenges that come with it and building a security culture. How they achieved maturity in Information Security Management Program and what can be done in cyber security with open source tools.
The third meetup was organized in cooperation with Telia (https://www.telia.ee/en/) and we focused on the telecom sector. What is their role and how they handle incidents, what is digital forensics and what kind of business opportunities there are, introduction to Zero trust networks with IPSec and new hackerspace in Tallinn - k-space (https://k-space.ee/).
The forth meetup was held at Information System Authority (https://www.ria.ee/en/). We were speaking of management of security incidents at national level, changes in legislation and more.
The fifth meetup was organised together with Malwarebytes (https://www.malwarebytes.com/). We were speaking about the threat landscape analysis 2018 done by Malwarebytes and we were uncovering how block-chaining and illegal drive-by crypto-mining attacks are being delivered.