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12:15
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Cinema 7
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Beginner -
English

Digital security for engineers

As an engineer, you will probably have wondered “why didn’t they secure this just a little better” after you’re notified of yet another breach of your information. As professionals, we understand how security should work in our corner of the organization, but what about the rest?

Outside IT, security and risk are often handled in a very different way. This talk will show you a peek of how the “real world” thinks about security. We’ll touch upon the models that are used, how risk is quantified, and why smart companies sometimes take dumb risks. We’ll show you the breadth of security, ranging from encryption, IDSs and firewalls to personnel security training, risks vs measures, legislation (like Europe’s GDPR and Dutch law) and terms like “residual risk.”
To top it off, we will go into some of the main risks threatening organizations today.

This talk will bring you a more complete picture of what “security” actually is, and helps you understand—and provide arguments against—decisions that don’t make sense from your point of view.

About the speakers

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Fellow at Luminis Arnhem

Angelo is a Fellow at Luminis, with a specialty in Connected Devices and Security. He has experience in technology as an engineer and architect, ranging from Java to Ruby to iOS with some agile coaching thrown in for good measure. Nowadays, his main question is “are we providing what our customer needs,” both in starting and ongoing projects. Angelo is active in consulting, architecting, engineering, coaching and training in all parts of the software engineering process, and is inordinately proud of his Wireshark skills.