When the enemy is sitting in the company – experience cyber attacks and their consequences live on stage! On November 4th, the UBIT Experts Group for IT Security is holding its annual main event for the 5th time on the topics of data protection, weak points in IT networks and security in the network together with the Carinthian State Criminal Police Office.
When the police and not the postman is knocking at the door…
Incidents of damage due to security gaps in IT occur regularly in companies of all sizes. 90 percent of all companies have already gained experience with security threats. Human behavior and lack of knowledge is seen as a major source of risk. At the Cyber Security Night, the aim is to use specific incidents to raise awareness of the company’s internal risk factors and to demonstrate effective strategies for protecting data and locating perpetrators in the event of damage.
Cyber Security Night 2021
When: Thursday, 4th November 2021, 05:30 p.m.
Where: Makerspace Carinthia, Lastenstraße 26, Klagenfurt a. W.
Moderation: Thorsten Jost, Head of UBIT Expert Group IT-Security of Carinthian’s Chamber of Commerce
05:30 p.m. – Check-in
06:00 p.m. – Welcome Talk
with State Council Sebastian Schuschnig, State Police Director Michaela Kohlweiß, President of the CoC Jürgen Mandl and UBIT Chairman Martin Zandonella
INTRODUCTION AND KEYNOTES
“Cybercrime – the enemy within your walls”
BI Christian Baumgartner MSc, State Criminal Police Office of Carinthia
LIVE ACT – experience police IT forensics in the investigation within a company
“Protect data and find perpetrators”
Ing. Wolfgang Stauder and Holger Schmitz, Experts Group IT-Security
„Hide and Seek in IT-Networks”
Markus Leeb, CoC Expert Group IT-Security
“Cyber insurance – insurance against damage in the digital area”
Mag. Kerstin Keltner, Koban Südvers Group Gmbh
Find out more at Cyber Security Night and make sure to be safe!
Secure registration by October 30th at ubit-kaernten.at/cybernight2021
Please note the security measures applicable at the time of the event to protect against COVID-19.
With trustworthy digital greetings from the SIC!