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Speakers about hacking (6)

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Monsegur

Hector Monsegur

Director of a Cybersecurity Company, Security Researcher and Former Blackhat.

travels from USA

Keynote speaker Hector Monsegur, perhaps better known by the online pseudonym Sabu, has been through a lot to get to where he is today. Hector is a former hacker for Anonymous and leader for LulzSec. Today, he has turned his life around and...

Bryan Seely

Bryan Seely

Cyber security expert and former U.S. Marine best-known for being the only hacker to ever wiretap the Secret Service & FBI

travels from USA

Keynote speaker Bryan Seely is a charismatic and entertaining speaker whose speaking career was launched by his TEDx talk “Wiretapping the Secret Service can be easy and fun”. He is a renowned cyber security expert, ethical hacker, author and...

Jaromil

Jaromil

Researcher in philosophy, artist, software artisan and CTO and Co-founder of the Dyne.org Think & Do tank

travels from Netherlands

Keynote speaker Jaromil is a nomadic developer and media artist inspired by the Free Speech and Free Software Movements. He is also the CTO and Co-founder of the Dyne.org Think & Do tank, which was founded in 1999 and Based in...

Lyne

James Lyne

Cybersecurity expert, security researcher at Sophos, industry advisor, and leading figure on cybercrime and technology

travels from UK

The global head of Security Research at Sophos, James Lyne’s expertise is frequently called upon to inspire organisations and their teams to take cybersecurity seriously. Energetic, passionate, and charmingly nerdy, our keynote speaker James Lyne...

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Kevin Mitnick

The top cyber security keynote speaker and the world's most famous hacker that once hacked into 40 major corporations

travels from USA

Keynote speaker Kevin Mitnick is recognized by millions worldwide as a famous hacker, who has challenged major companies through his hacking skills. Now, he is a trusted security consultant to Fortune 500 and governments around the world. Kevin’s...

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Josh Klein

Professional Hacker

travels from USA

Hacking is often associated with something negative. Keynote speaker Joshua Klein successfully emphasizes the positive definition and outcomes of hacking. By taking apart and redesigning systems, hardware, instutions, etc he shows how hacking can be...

About Hacking

  • Hacking is the act where a person illegally gains access to and sometimes tampers with information in a computer system. Hackers may be motivated by a multitude of reasons, such as profit, protest, challenge or enjoyment.
  • A “hack in the traditional engineering sense is a clever re-use of technology or systems to achieve a superior result. By taking apart and redesigning systems, hardware, institutions, etc. hackers can re-use or redesign a system to create new and superior results and opportunities. Hacking can actually help organizations to better optimize their computer systems.
  • Keynote speakers can share unique insight and relevant information related to all forms of security. Our speakers are experts in exposing the vulnerabilities of complex operating systems and telecommunication devices. They can teach attendees more about how computer systems work and how to protect them from being illegally accessed.
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