Studio Spaces London
This was not another typical Fintech conference focusing on startups, VC, or visionary ideas. This was IT Sec MEETING FINANCE in its most technical form.
It was meeting of 200 hackers who defend (or attack) financial institutions every day.
We were talking about hacking voice biometrics and strategies for corporate security officers. Case-studies of phishing of financial institutions and of an authorised attack on VC and its investments. Step-by-step attack evaluations of financial systems and vulnerability analysis methods for pentesters. Web application vulnerabilities on examples from the financial sector. Banks' perspectives on detecting and fighting customer's device infections. And that’s only the beginning.
Take your tie off and join us. Open discussions on current IT sec trends. No business-like venue, no ties, no official talk. Deep-dive info and fun only. And most important - relaxed vibe. It’s not a place for marketing gibberish or C-level discussions.
|Hacking 50 Million users using 123456
|Detecting Man-In-The-Browser banking malware in practice
|Don’t attend this lecture
|The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing – Undressed
|Financial Services & Emerging Threats
|Does it take AI to break your AI? Hacking voice biometrics and whatnot.
|Outsmarting smart contracts - an essential walkthrough a blockchain security minefields
|Modern Cyber-Warfare Against Crypto-Currency Exchanges: The 15 Billion Dollar Heist
|Understanding and detecting Command & Control communications
|Using Application Real-time Monitoring to Hunt Malicious Injections
|Insecure HTTP Headers - web application vulnerabilities, which your developers are probably not aware of.
|Sang Sik Lee
|Evaluation of the financial system vulnerability analysis with the attacker's perspective