ISACA Monthly Networking Session - A hackers view of data breaches - Jim Rush

When:  Jun 21, 2024 from 12:00 to 13:30 (NZST)
Associated with  Wellington Chapter

Topic: "Data breaches are only a click away, or in some cases changing a single number in an address bar. This talk takes you through some real world examples of leaking private information, some case studies of egregious and easily avoidable privacy breaches and a live demonstration of how nothing is ever really gone from the internet.

We'll also cover Principle 5 - Storage and Security of Information from a technical standpoint, and the technical guardrails designed to help with this principle when developing secure software applications. We'll also cover the tension between good privacy and freedom of information and speech."

Bio: "Jim Rush is a former software developer who has ended up hacking things for a living. While breaking things is infinitely more fun than building things, the building and securing is important. He is an active security researcher with several credited CVEs across a range of products and services, and enjoys talking to development teams and other likeminded security professionals."

Location: KPMG Wellington

Time: 12pm-1pm followed by BYO (Bring Your Own) lunch



Level 6/44 Bowen Street
Wellington Central, 6011
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