It's not always easy to understand the trust value of a penetration testing until a critical security incident happens to you. Last year at Codemotion Rome, Giovanni Mellini is Head of Information, systems, and network security at ENAV S.pA., … Read more
The Security Manager is responsible for monitoring the security operations on digital platforms or infrastructures.
His role covers different aspects of a digital ecosystem, from the implementation of security policies to regulations, to the monitoring of different events, the standardization and verification of security protocols, knowing how to create the procedures for responding to security emergencies, verifying the assessments security, as well as overseeing specific aspects of the work of other figures, such as Developers and IT specialists in different areas.
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Modern security leaders find themselves at the crossroads between business and technology, selling the importance of security to all levels of an organization while helping them maintain efficiency, create a risk management strategy, and prepare for … Read more
You'd be hard-pressed to find a day where a cybersecurity incident doesn't hit the news, whether it's hackers accessing personal data, undertaking a DDoS attack or deploying ransomware. Over the years, security breaches have crippled industries, … Read more
Security engineering and software engineering teams have much to learn from each other, as two Salesforce employees learned in a "professional role reversal" that taught them how both teams can work together more efficiently and better collaborate on … Read more
As the world moves away from the model of a traditional workforce, coworking spaces are on the rise. These offices are designed to suit small businesses, freelancers, or even larger companies that work remotely but need to take advantage of physical … Read more
Google recently announced the release of the Tsunami security scanning engine to the open source communities to protect their users’ data, and foster collaboration. When an attacker begins to exploit security vulnerabilities or security … Read more
Not everyone was grumpy this spring after several weeks on lockdown. In fact, some developers were quite happy. What did the happy ones have in common? As it turns out, many of them engage in several common best DevSecOps practices, … Read more
Being a bug hunter who discloses their discoveries to vendors (as opposed to selling the information to the highest bidder) has been and is an ambition of many ethical hackers. Before vendors started paying for the info, the best they could hope for … Read more
There's never been a better time to become a cybersecurity professional. Whether you're working for a bank, startup, government organization, or running your own business, cybersecurity as a career means you'll always be in demand. But how do you get … Read more
When we asked Peter Todd to introduce himself at Blockchain and Crypto Values Conference in Milan, he replied: "I help people to apply cryptography to their problems". Who is Peter Todd Peter Todd is a well known and trusted Bitcoin Core … Read more
Not a day passes without news of cybersecurity - a ransomware attack, data theft, DDos attack, a research identified vulnerability, or serious hardware flaw. At this year's Codemotion Amsterdam, Eward Driehuis, (former research chief at … Read more
Giovanni Merlos Mellini is the Head of Information, Systems and Network Security at Enav S.p.A., the Italian Air Navigation Service Provider. He is also the founder of the not-for-profit association Cyber Saiyan and the organiser of RomHack, a free … Read more
The world of wireless terrestrial telecommunications is on his way to 5G, a new approach to use the radio spectrum that is incompatible with all previous efforts. The main improvements promised by 5G are higher speed, higher number of connected … Read more
What is the perception of security in the brave new 5G world? We asked this question to some CxOs in the cybertech arena. The overall picture is that a large part of the companies is making small investments in the specific area, while some of them … Read more
While 5G is only for the highly developed world, other solutions are really inclusive for everybody in the world. Will we still call "Internet" the final result? Over half of the world's population is unconnected. OneWeb are building the world's … Read more
In 2017 a US ally shot down a $200 drone with a $3 million Patriot missile. Clearly this is overkill, but it gives an idea about the challenges security is facing and how a drone you can find in a civilian market can pose a threat for military … Read more
Two of the biggest buzzwords of 2018 are Serverless and GDPR. So, when I saw a talk titled “How to go serverless and not violate the GDPR”, I was hooked! There are good reasons why everyone is talking about Serverless and GDPR. Serverless technology … Read more
Hi, I’m Anastasiia Voitova and I gave a talk about cryptography and risk management at Codemotion Milan 2018. I am product engineer in cryptographic software company Cossack Labs – we create developer-friendly software to protect data and to help … Read more
Web security is a topic that just won’t go away. Every day we hear the latest revelations – look at the latest scandal with Marriott admitting over 500 million customer records have been stolen using a breach that had been active since 2014! Dave … Read more
As an Advisory CISO - Global for Duo Security and founder of Liquidmatrix Security Digest, Dave Lewis understands only too well the risks posed by the web. In his talk at Codemotion Berlin, The Se7en Deadly Sins Of Web Security, Dave discussed how … Read more