Up for some exercise? Test your skills during the „Hacking the car network” workshop with Thomas Fischer! Learn how the CAN-Bus network works, how to flash an Arduino Based Microcomputer and how to use the OBD-II connector to get Data from a car-network.
The number of participants is limited to 50. First-come, first-served! The priority will be given to the conference attendees registered before April 16th 11:59pm.
We’re looking for students interested in IT security, who’d like to help us during the conference. You’ll learn new things, meet lots of IT sec people, and will be around our experts most of the time. And, most of all, you’ll be able to attend many of the talks (for free!)
This means that you’ll not only seriously broaden your knowledge and get valuable skills, but you’ll also meet and discuss latest issues with security professionals working for Akamai, Cisco, Comarch, GrandParade, Fujitsu, LogicalTrust, Motorola, and UBS, among others!
We’re going to host leading providers of security solutions, but also specialists from industries such as finance, telcom, software, hardware, and energy. CONFidence offers you a complete overview of IT security market in Poland.
Below you’ll find a list of companies that will be represented by teams of specialists. The list will be updated!
Akamai Alior Bank S.A. Allegro Capgemini Centralne Laboratorium Kryminalistyczne Policji Cisco CITADELO s.r.o Colasoft Comarch S.A. Comp Credit Suisse DIM System DreamCommerce S.A. Ectacom Poland Fox-IT Fujitsu Technology Solutions Sp. z o.o GlobalLogic Grand Parade Grid Dynamics GREYCORTEX Google Immunity Systems LogicalTrust Luxoft mBank Microsoft Motorola Solutions Mozilla National Westminster Bank NASK Nokia Netia Nethemba s.r.o. Niagara Networks Niebezpiecznik.pl Nokia Novicom nSense Polska S.A. OpenX PGS Software S.A. PKO BP Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne Spółka Akcyjna Provident SAP Hybris SECFORCE SecuRing SANS Tauron T-Mobile Trafford UBS Vade Secure XTM International Zaufana Trzecia Strona
Did you know that CONFidence is the oldest conference of its kind in Poland? With such a significant history, it’s also definitely the coolest one – offering multiple networking opportunities along with a significant dose of first-hand knowledge on latest IT security topics. Unique atmosphere makes it easier to meet and learn directly from world-renowned specialists, discuss current state of the industry, and run successful business meetings.
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Below you’ll find top reasons for participating in CONFidence 2018.
On 4-5 June 2018 over 900 specialists from Poland, CEE, and remote destinations all around the world will meet at Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow to discuss the future of IT security industry. The market is ever-changing – if you want to stay up to date, join us!
Why is it worth to take part in the 16th edition of CONFidence?
CONFidence is a local conference with international range. Speakers from all around the world present the latest threats and solutions, specialists discuss local issues, share their hands-on experiences, and solve everyday problems together. Attending CONFidence is great opportunity to learn from the best, meet interesting people, and gain valuable contacts in IT security industry.
Top benefits from attending CONFidence 2018:
Participate in technical talks and workshops covering main topics. No marketing presentations, only a serious amount of useful, deep-dive cases.
Listen to speakers who perform on international conferences and deliver the most current content possible. Don’t miss anything that’s important right now!
Take part in live coding sessions, benefit from multiple real-life examples, and discover new solutions.
Improve your effectivity at work by applying gathered knowledge to your everyday routine.
Meet and learn new skills from IT security experts who represent companies such as Mozilla, Microsoft, and Google.
Exchange experiences with other representatives of the industry, see for yourself how’s your competition doing, and what’s trending right now!
At CONFidence 2018 you’ll be able to meet in person experts such as:
Adam Haertle (ZaufanaTrzeciaStrona.pl) and Adam Lange – „30 przedstawień jednego aktora – polskie kampanie malware w 2017″
Aman Sachdev and Himanshu Sharma (BugsBounty.com) – „From 123456 on a staging to compromising a multi-million dollar VC”
Michele Spagnuolo and Lukas Weichselbaum (Google) – „Google’s journey with CSP and what’s next”
Adam „pi3” Zabrocki (Microsoft) – „Linux Kernel Runtime Guard (LKRG) under the hood”
If you consider yourself a member of IT security community and want to learn everything about the latest findings in just two days, don’t hesitate. Now you have all the strongest arguments that show why attending the upcoming edition will be beneficial for your company. Convince your boss that YOU should be going to CONFidence!
Attacking web servers via run time configuration (Eldar „Wireghoul” Marcussen)
From 123456 on a staging to compromising a multi-million dollar VC (Himanshu Sharma, Aman Sachdev)
Hunting for the secrets in a cloud forest (Paweł Rzepa)
Myth Busters: The DLP Edition (Ido Naor, Dani Goland)
Linux Kernel Runtime Guard (LKRG) under the hood (Adam Zabrocki)
Disrupting the red team – a practical guide (Ed Williams)
We’re going to talk about voice biometrics, threat intelligence, cyber criminals, and data leaks, among others. Check out the list of speakers, who will share their skills & experiences on stage: https://confidence.org.pl/speakers.html
All those security problems you’ve faced, unique solutions you’ve come up with, completed challenges, and detected threats… If you have loads of experience as an IT security professional, now it’s time to pass it to others! Here’s the easiest way – speak at CONFidence 2018.
What you have to do to perform on our stage?
Apply for Call for Papers – email us at email@example.com include your personal details (name, email, bio & photo) plus topic and short description of the presentation. Your entry will be evaluated by our Program Committee (results up to two weeks after the CFP deadline – 28th February).
As CONFidence grows bigger, we need more air, don’t you think? And what better place to find it than next to over 200 unique aircrafts, a real airstrip, and actual air sheds?
This year we’re aiming really high – that’s why the Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow is a perfect spot for our conference! We’re preparing for you comfortable lecture rooms, and lots of networking space with cool planes to check out during the breaks. And some exciting activities, too!
What will a lecture next to an aircraft look like? Come and find out yourself!