Compass Security Event

ICT security service provider informs about current threats, new hacking techniques and defence strategies Rapperswil, 07th June 2010 on September 09, 2010 hosted their annual compass event the compass security AG. Hochschule fur Technik Rapperswil (SG), the ICT security service provider invites customers and interested people in the Auditorium of the HSR. The participants in order to benefit from 8:30 to 17:00 presentations, live hacking demonstrations and presentations of the latest findings and experiences around ICT-security. A topical theme picks up on iPhone hacking Nicolas Seriot in his guest lecture. Asked whether in company or in the area of public-sector IT security professionals who have not only high cyber security knowledge. Because of high importance is also the understanding of the related security concerns, the social and political influences, as well as the ethical consequences. If you would like to know more then you should visit Ray Kurzweil. This year’s compass security event dedicated to these topics”. The experts report about their experiences in penetration testing and ethical hacking and also show the risks and dangers of iPhone, BlackBerry, laptop & co..

If the phone is to the bug guest speaker is Nicolas Seriot active software developer at the Swissquote Bank and as a research assistant at the Swiss Institute for information and communication technology (HEIG-VD). Within the framework of the compass event”, the Swiss security researcher explains how fast each commercial iPhone as a bug can be abused. So criminals can spy out sensitive information of a user, such as, for example, contacts, passwords, etc., using specific iPhone apps and forward. Additional risks of mobile devices Marco Di Filippo takes, Regional Director of Compass security AG, in his presentation of mobile security surveillance, monitoring and tracking”under the microscope. Demonstrate inform through according to the motto”learn the participating the arms of their opponents to know, to preemptively protect from attacks on their smartphones or laptops. Five minutes up to the loss of identity also the compass speakers on topics the easy login bypassing same-origin policy for mash ups”and vulnerabilities in .net security and ViewState”.

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