WTF: What's The Future?

Presented by

Tom Odams, Ken Munro, Solomon Gilbert, Josh Neame

About this talk

Keen to file 2020 in an underground bunker, the next RANT Radio seeks to tackle a big question: What does the emerging world of work look like to an attacker, and how do we secure it? For a big topic, we have big speakers, all of whom have been told to look at the next 1/3/5 years’ to try and understand the enterprise information security challenges that will arise from the ashes of 2020: - Ken Munro: Celebrated breaker of things, Ken is a walking exploit. Continually trying to get ahead of the game, his research regularly keeps BBC news teams fed with stories. - Solomon Gilbert: Vocal security advocate, 10-year-old Solomon’s first reaction when given a laptop at school was to shut everyone else’s down. Oddly, he is now a pentester. - Josh Neame: Josh helps Bluefort Security create and deliver specialised technology solutions for some of the largest companies in the UK. Agenda: 17:00 - 17:10 Welcome Note and Introductions 17:10 - 17:45 Panel Discussion Begins 17:45 - 17:55 Closing Comments 17:55 - 18:00 Event Close 18:00 - 18:30 Continued Discussion on RANT's Virtual Pub - The Isolation Arms
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