InfoSecurity Europe Special – (second day)

7th June 2017

Overview

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Once again we find ourselves fast approaching the dreaded three days of vendor booths, product demos, plastic lightsabers and over-subscribed talks that make up InfoSecurity Europe.

This year we will once again be taking up our spot at the famous three kings and offering sanctuary to weary feet for an evening of networking, food and drinks brought to you by our proud partner Waratek.

The topic:

Head in the Sand Security: End of Life software and patch backlogs are bigger threats than we admit. They don’t need to be.

Ask a traditional Security expert and they’ll say you have to rewrite your application when a software goes end of life. Meanwhile, security patches get bigger and include years old vulnerabilities that still don’t get patched before hackers can infiltrate our system.

Why is this true in an era of virtualization and micro services?

John Matthew Holt, Waratek Founder and CTO, will lead a discussion about how to ride the wave of software vulnerabilities instead of being drowned by them.

Agenda

RANT Forum

  • 5:30pm - 6:15pm
    Registration, Networking & Drinks

    Olympia exhibition hall closes, followed by a 5 minute walk to our venue, the Famous Three Kings

  • 6:15pm - 7:15pm
    Discussion & Debate
  • 7:15pm - 10:00pm
    Networking, Food & Drinks 'til Close

Venue

Famous Three Kings

171 North End Road, Fulham, London, W14 9NL

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The RANT Roundtable Dinner was a very good evening. I met some interesting people and there was some lively discussion on various topics. I’d also like to mention some positive engagement that came about after last year’s Infosec Rant. Thanks to a very topical discussion at RANT on Neurodiversity, I was introduced to a group of neuro diverse students studying Information Security in Worcester, who joined me on a Pentesting project within my organisation. This project provided them with exceptional work experience and allowed us all to learn from each other. This successful project will hopefully be run again this year, and is all thanks to a conversation held at a Rant event.

Neil Cornfoot, Principal Security Engineer, Telefonica UK

It was a pleasure and an honour to participate at RANT. Please pass my thanks to all the team for making such a success of the day and evening.

A RANT Conference attendee