Sponsor Sessions

Important notices:

  • The sponsor sessions will be held in the networking and exhibition area from 13:00 to 14:45.
  • Disclaimer: each session content is sole responsibility of the sponsor.

Sponsor Sessions
13:30 – 14:00 A SOC Today, changing the paradigm
David Alberto Conde
14:00 – 14:30 Orphan traffic: A $10 multi million device mobile attack platform
Dan Dahlberg & João Gouveia

David Alberto Conde

A SOC Today, changing the paradigm

From SOC to Cyber Intelligence Center, how the model needs to be evolved in order to meet the current environment and face new advanced threats, from reactive to preventive.

About the Speaker:

CEH, CHFI, OSCE, OSCP. Security Engineer with over 9 years experience in IT Security. His daily activities include working under constant pressure and multicultural environments providing Security Services. He is passionate about cryptography and maths and he’s the author of several articles about these subjects. Likewise, he actively colaborates with gubernamental organizations and he has participated as an speaker in numerous international Security congresses. He speaks English, French, Italian and Spanish.

Dan Dahlberg & João Gouveia

A $10 multi million device mobile attack platform

On our constant efforts to monitor network level traffic around the world while looking out for potential malicious indicators, we often come across traffic that isn’t malicious by intent, but nevertheless can pose a serious security risk to companies and users.

On this presentation we will discuss briefly our observations on what we call orphaned traffic, focusing on a specific scenario that we have been tracking lately where a specific Android firmware being distributed could potentially allow the bad guys to easily take over millions of devices.

About the Speaker:

João Gouveia (CTO) & Co-founder of AnubisNetworks has specialized in the IT security research for over 17 years

  • Deep knowledge over the broad spectrum of the IT landscape security
  • Focused on understanding current and future threats and align technology strategy to come up with solutions for emerging problems.
  • Recognized by Microsoft and others for work related to vulnerability assessment and responsible disclosure of security flaws
  • Over 10 years of experience designing and deploying email security platforms.

As a Research Scientist at BitSight, Dan is responsible for understanding at a technical and practical level how the latest vulnerabilities and threats affect the risk profile of organizations. He is also responsible for discovering new sources of data, and improving and ensuring the quality of BitSight’s third-party data vendors while working with the team to integrate new components into the Security Ratings and Discover products. He also performs internal security research of third-party products and audits BitSight’s products and services. Before BitSight, Dan worked at Cisco Systems for five and a half years in their Security Technologies Group contributing to the AnyConnect IPSec and SSL VPN Client and Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance products.