CYBER SECURITY: An Evening of CyberPhobia, Biometrics and Live Hacks

Nov 4, 2015 · London, United Kingdom
    SAVE THE DATE:  Cyber TLA: An Evening of Cyberphobia, Biometrics & Live Hack "CYBER SECURITY AS AN EVERYDAY BUSINESS"    Announcing... There are two kinds of companies, those that have been hacked and those that don't know it yet.   Cyber TLA as part of Innotech Network Network and Tech London Advocates is about making cyber as an every day business... not some scary misnomer.   We are demonstrating a #LiveHack on stage to break down some of the barriers of what is ethical and what is not.   AGENDA 6:00: Doors Open  6:30: Welcome Remarks and Opening Keynote with Jennifer Arcuri 6:45: CyberPhobia: Edward Lucas (The Economist) 6:55: Q&A with Jennifer Arcuri, Author Edward Lucas, and audience 7:05: Live Biometrics Demo with NCC Group: An introduction to biometrics by Security Consultant Tom Line explaining current perceptions and expectations around the tech associated with it vs the realities. 7:25: Malware Detection: Keynote by Michael Joerin (Namogoo) 7:35: Cybersafe: For the Professional on the GO! John House (SmallFry & Faraday Girl) 7:45: LIVE HACK ON STAGE: Founding Member, Hacker House, Leigh Brayshaw demonstrates website vulnerabilities  8:00: Networking Reception and Drinks      Michael Joerin Namogoo General Manager & VP of Sales, EMEA Jennifer Arcuri Innotech Network Founder, CEO Tom Line NCC Group Expert on Biometrics John House Smallfry Head of Digital Experience & Product Mr Edward Lucas The Economist Senior Editor & Author FEATURED SPEAKERS:   Edward Lucas, The Economist Edward Lucas is a senior editor at The Economist. An expert in energy, intelligence and cyber-security issues, he covered Central and Eastern Europe for more than 20 years, witnessing the final years of the last Cold War, the fall of the Iron Curtain and the collapse of the Soviet empire, Boris Yeltsin’s downfall and Vladimir Putin’s rise to power. He is also a senior vice-president at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). From 1992 to 1994, Lucas was managing editor of The Baltic Independent, a weekly newspaper published in Tallinn. He holds a BSc from the London School of Economics, and studied Polish at the Jagiellonian University, Cracow. He is married to Cristina Odone with three children. “The New Cold War” (2008) was his first book. “Deception”, about east-west espionage, was published in 2011. “The Snowden Operation” was published as an e-book in 2014. He is now back with an alarming and persuasive exposé of how cyber-crime, cyber-terrorism cyber-espionage and cyber-warfare converge.   John House, Smallfry John is the Head of Digital Experience and Product Commercialization at Smallfry.  He is responsible for leading all digital product design initiatives and bringing scalable new product opportunities to market. John has 15 years experience in technology and marketing in a variety of industry sectors. Over the course of his career, John has founded two startup technology companies, advised early-stage startups, worked as a director for a custom enterprise software company, and led marketing campaigns for large government agencies. His project knowledge spans from directing multi-site enterprise software implementations to developing single function mobile applications. He has worked extensively in creating solutions for the technology, government, healthcare, and services sectors.  John has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Maryland UC and a master’s in business administration from the University of Texas.  He is an avid coder and develops web and mobile applications, as well as designs workflows for enterprise resource systems.    Michael Joerin, Namogoo  Michael has 25 years of international sales and sales management experience within the IT sector. The past 5 years have been within the online world of e-commerce where Michael was Vice President Sales, EMEA at Digital River. Michael also served at various senior management roles at Brandpath, Fujitsu & Intergraph. In 1995 Michael founded his own IT services business which he grew to several million before successfully exiting in 2002. He is now General Manager & VP Sales EMEA of Namogoo, a new venture offering unique technology: client-less, zero-integration and enterprise grade detection and prevention of malware attacks.    About Namogoo Many enterprises focus their security efforts on servers, network and infrastructure. Client-Side Injected Malware (CSIM) is the new threat that runs through the user’s devices or browsers and bypasses any server-side security shield.   Namogoo provides protection from client-side malware attacks that disrupt the customer experience and potentially expose consumer data to exploitation. CSIM includes spyware scripts, widgets (product comparisons & coupons), banner ads and inappropriate content that are injected into websites by extensions that are installed on your customers’ browsers on both web and mobile devices.   Namogoo’s unique technology offers a client-less, zero-integration and enterprise grade detection and prevention of malware attacks. Based on patented machine learning technology Namogoo detects anomalies for zero-day attacks. Namogoo’s system is robust, scalable and fault-tolerant to ensure high performance on monitored pages.   Namogoo was founded in 2014 and is funded by top-tier VCs, angels and strategic investors.     #CyberTLA  @InnotechLive @MyHackerHouse @TechLondonAdv       SPONSORED BY                    OUR PARTNERS:  
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