What is the Judgment Day conference about?
Only a few days away from the 15th Judgment Day information security conference. This is a traditional event of TEMPEST and its partners, at which foreign and domestic cyber security experts regularly appear.
The professional conference takes place in a hybrid form (onsite / online) and is intended mainly for IT managers, compliance managers, IT and information security specialists, computer law and data experts.
What will the 15th year of the conference bring?
On November 11, 2021, the 15th annual Judgment Day information security conference will take place at the Sheraton Bratislava Hotel. The key speaker of the evening will be Jamie WOODRUFF, who specializes in social engineering, human manipulation methods and cognitive bias. He is described as a European unit in ethical hacking. He pointed to security holes and vulnerabilities in websites and applications YouTube, Twitter, Apple or Google.
The conference partners are the world’s leading manufacturers of information security technologies, Cisco, Eset, Check Point, F5 and Red Hat. Specialists from these companies present current topics and trends in the world of cyber security. Don’t forget to register as soon as possible.
- Current cyber attacks and ransomware
- Use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the field of cyber security
- Security of remote access in connection with the increase of work from home remotely
- Zero Trust Network Access
- Security of cloud services
- IoT / OT security and vulnerability, especially in the 5G environment
Security orchestration and automation
Ethical Hacker & Cyber Security Specialist
In her young years, Jamie is already one of the world’s leading authorities in the field of cyber security. He specializes in social engineering, human manipulation methods and cognitive bias. He is described as a European unit in ethical hacking.
Woodruff became known when he successfully hacked Facebook as part of a student competition at Bangor University where he studied Information Technology. Since then, he has pointed to security holes and vulnerabilities in websites and applications of companies such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Apple and Google, including the Kim Kardashian website, through fully authorized ethical penetration testing. He also compromised TESLA autonomous vehicles.
Technical Presales Specialist
He has been working at Check Point for 3 years as a technical specialist for the Slovak Republic. He has been dedicated to security for 23 years. He worked for a long time at AEC, where he gained a lot of experience in information systems security. He received a number of certificates from professional training on Unix / Linux, antivirus products, security and systems analysis, data encryption.
Tomáš is also engaged in extensive lecture activities, including teaching at universities. He conducts technical training on security prevention, encryption, network (Internet) communications and security, and firewall security issues.
Senior System Engineer
Luboš Klokner currently works for F5 Networks as a Senior System Engineer for Central and Eastern Europe. He previously worked as a team leader in computer network security for one of the leading system integrators. He was responsible for the long-term security of computers. Recently, he has been applying his experience in the field of security and availability of applications and services in the corporate environment, ISPs, data centers and e-clouds.
Senior Malware Researcher
Robert Lipovský is a Senior Malware Researcher at ESET with 14 years of experience in malicious code research and a wide range of expertise, which includes targeted APT attacks, cybercrime, as well as vulnerability research. He regularly publishes in professional and mainstream media and presents at security conferences, such as RSA or Black Hat. He also lectures to university students and leads the subject Fundamentals of Reverse Engineering at the Slovak Technical University – his alma mater and at Comenius University.
He has been working in cyber security since 1998. He helps companies and institutions orient themselves in the latest threats, defense opportunities and security trends. It promotes cloud security solutions that, thanks to global analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning, enable a rapid response to the latest threats. Thanks to Cisco’s strong background in the field of threat intelligence, research and development, it prepares comprehensive security solutions for customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Senior Solution Architect
Jakub Veverka is an open source enthusiast who likes to test new open source tools and shares his experience with others. Jakub worked as an operations engineer, which is why he appreciates the power and benefits of automation. He enjoys addressing IT challenges in Golang, Python and Ansibl. For the past four years, he has been helping companies adopt containerization and automation. In his free time, he organizes the Prague Containers Meetup.
Judgment Day 13
The thirteenth year focused on current threats and the latest trends in cybercrime. TEMPEST has managed to attract interesting speakers and experts from Slovakia and abroad. The world of cybersecurity is undergoing a new evolution, talked about by Mikko Hypponen and leading information security experts from Cisco, Check Point, Sophos, Flowmon and Eset.