In 2023, the Institute for Internet Security (if(is)) and heise will again be organizing an IT security day at the Westphalian University in Gelsenkirchen – this year on November 9th. This year, security managers, security experts, hackers and IT project managers will find out how AI-controlled malware enables advanced attacks and what new phishing techniques arise from AI-generated deepfakes.
AI-generated content is currently also adding fuel to the fire of fake news and disinformation, the point at which many experts and authorities see one of the greatest dangers of large language models. Authenticity of information and trust in content and its publishers is an issue that affects media creators and consumers alike. The IT Security Day will discuss how digital media certificates can strengthen the trustworthiness of online content and what role techniques such as blockchain and public key cryptography can play in this process.
Also: Zero Trust, vulnerability management and co
In addition to the current threats posed by modern AI systems and the question of trust in content on the Internet, there are other topics on the agenda that security experts are currently racking their brains about:
How to protect against DDoS attacks?Optimal backup strategies in the event of ransomware incidentsTips for vulnerability managementModern end device protection and zero trust philosophyNew framework conditions through NIS2
Are the topics relevant to you and your company? The early bird ticket is available until October 13th for 199 euros (including VAT).
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