Do you think your passwords are secure enough for your systems?
And are you curious how to hack a network or system without ANY information?
Then visit the Pizza Session of Secura on Thursday 5th of April at 16.30 hours at The Hubble (Luna building).
During this Pizza Session, Don Mülders (TU/e Alumni) of Secura will give you an insight in the life of an ethical hacker. In his presentation from “Rags to Root” Don will give you an insight into how you can provide access to networks and systems of third parties without any information. Different methods will be discussed on how to do this. In addition, he will also explain which techniques your passwords can retrieve.
By attending this pizza presetation you will soon know what it takes to get full control of your systems.
As a former student from the TU/e (Don completed the Kerckhoffs Master, with his thesis on `Network based ransomware detection on the Samba protocol'.) Don is the perfect example of what you can expect when you, as a graduate, are looking for an interesting option in the world of IT security.
In the words of Secura’s Technical Director Ralph Moonen: Security is in our DNA. We increase and apply our expertise on a daily basis.
Secura is your independent, specialized advisor taking care of your digital security needs. Secura provides security advice, testing, training and certification services for our customers and cover all aspects such as people, policies, organizational processes, networks, systems, applications and data. They have a highly dedicated and knowledgeable team ready to identify, reduce and prevent digital security risks, in a structured way and on a continuous basis that enables you to be proactive and in control of your digital security.
Visit this session and enjoy free pizza and drinks while you discover how to enter a system or network.