In the summer issue of Verdict Encrypt we’ll be hearing from F-Secure about the bizarre and brilliant world of enterprise red teams. Tasked with breaking into corporate systems by any legal means necessary, these professionals put some of the securest companies to the test to find ways into their system, revealing some of the brilliant and alarming ways hackers can gain entry into your corporate systems.
We’ll also hear from Dr Markus Jakobsson, chief scientist at Agari, on the threat posed not only by spoofing and phishing but social engineering too; hear from Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, about the role companies need to play in wider cybersecurity and consider the challenges posed by the cybersecurity skills gap.
Plus, we’ll look at how the emergence of edge computing is presenting new forms of enterprise threat, and investigate how the maturation of generation Z is creating a new generation of hackers with different motives, approaches and styles.
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