A Corporate Phishing Trip & Modern Access Management

Nov 23, 2017 · City of Bristol, United Kingdom

Explore the lessons learned from launching friendly phishing campaigns on colleagues.

Agenda:

• 6:30 pm - Social

• 6:55 pm - OWASP update

• 7:00 pm - Presentation 1: A Corporate Phishing Trip - Iain Baughen

• 8:00 pm - Presentation 2: Modern Access Management - Jonathan Scudder

• After - Small Bar Pub

Presentation 1: A corporate phishing trip.
Abstract: Clicking a malicious link can cripple an organisation with malware. Humans are a vital component of your security system but like any security appliance they can need a little tuning. This talk takes a look at the lessons learned from launching phishing campaigns on my colleagues.

Bio: Iain has 12 years' experience as a software engineer and has recently made a move into the security field. Working for a Bristol software company his current role involves a mix of development, pen testing web and mobile applications and code analysis.itle: A corporate phishing trip.

Presentation 2: Modern Access Management
Bio: Jonathan held key roles in a variety of large identity projects before co-founding ForgeRock in Norway, running finance and operations and then relocating to build the ForgeRock engineering lab in Bristol. He believes that awesome humans are the basis of great companies, and has spent the ForgeRock years proving this. He has sat on several voluntary, political and private boards and founded a handful of small companies in the past, but thinks ForgeRock is the best thing since sliced bread. Jonathan is a qualified youth and community worker, and has a degree in Informatics from the University of Oslo, Norway.

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  • OWASP Bristol (UK) Chapter

    The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a not-for-profit, worldwide organization focused on improving the security of application software. Our mission is to make application security visible, so that people and organizations can make informed decisions about true application security risks. Everyone is free to participate in OWASP and all of our materials are available under a free and open software license.  OWASP Bristol chapter typically meets on the 3rd Thursday every two months for great

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