Tag: pentest

  • IT security from firsthand experience – learning from cyber attacks

    IT security from firsthand experience – learning from cyber attacks

    Stefan Würtemberger Stefan Würtemberger is Vice President Information Technology at Marabu Inks and a member of the CyberCompare Advisory Board. He has experienced many different situations in his more than 20-year career in IT of industrial companies and their protection. He talks openly about the cyber attacks on Marabu and how the company was able […]

  • Projects and Challenges as a Hacker – A Hacking Specialists’ View on Cybersecurity and Cyberattacks

    Projects and Challenges as a Hacker – A Hacking Specialists’ View on Cybersecurity and Cyberattacks

    Karsten Nohl Karsten Nohl is founder and chief scientist of Security Research Labs. His research areas include GSM security, RFID security and privacy protection. He describes himself as a “hacker.” His team hacks “to understand what makes technology safe or the other way around, what is the reason why technic is built insecure again and […]

  • “A special department is needed for OT security”

    “A special department is needed for OT security”

    Justin Searle Together with Justin Searle, we talked about the process and the challenges of performing real pentests in an industrial environment and for IoT products. He also talks about specific trends and technologies for cybersecurity. He is the Director of ICS Security at InGuardians and Senior Instructor for the SANS Institute. Dear Justin, thank […]