After the positive response to the first dates, we are offering the heise Security Tour again after the summer holidays on September 27th. The one-day event, designed for security and data protection managers, primarily deals with the topic of trust and provides practical answers to questions such as: Who or what can you trust, when or how?
At the opening, Jürgen Schmidt, head of heise Security, provides an exclusive situation report on IT security, in which he summarizes and analyzes what happened last year in order to derive trends for the near future. Heise legal advisor Joerg Heidrich gives an overview of IT law, including NIS2 and KI & copyright. Other lectures will discuss topics such as “Zero Trust in practice” and “Microsoft Exchange – online of course?”. Nils Kaczenski will of course also discuss what the latest findings from the theft of Microsoft’s cloud master key mean for this consideration. And finally, with his lecture “AI: When self-learning machines hack each other,” Linus Neumann gives a glimpse of a future that has already begun.
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As with all “heise Security” events, the program was put together by the editors and there are no paid advertising lectures. Participation in the conference on September 27 costs 595 euros. Participation is of course free for members of heise Security Pro (you can find the voucher codes in the event information in the Pro Forum). Here is the complete program and the possibility to register:
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