Get the best out of attending Denmark’s leading Information Security Exhibition!
Outpost24 invites you to an exciting program during this year’s Infosecurity in Copenhagen!
We will once again participate at Infosecurity DK from May 1–2 at Øksnehallen. This year, you can learn more about our state-of-the-art vulnerability management solutions at stand 220, which leaves you with more insights into IT security today as well as the possibility for social gatherings with the Outpost24 team and other visitors of Infosecurity DK.
Register before April 12 to qualify for VIP Program with free lunch and reserved seats in the theatres, and find us on Stand 220.
There’s a gap between the hacker’s view and the defender’s view of an attack. The defender strives to break down the complex whole to simple components that can be assessed individually while the hacker thrives on complexity and sees opportunities in the white space between assessments.
Eight different sub-themes will be addressed during the event; Enterprise Mobility; Cloud Computing; Datacenter & Infrastructure Optimisation; Data Growth & Storage Capacity; Privacy; Governance & Risk Management; IT Service Management & Control and of course Cyber Security.
Read more about it here:
In English: http://www.infosecurity.dk
Infosecurity DK opens its doors for visitors from 09:00– 17:00. Register here before April 12 and be in a chance to be chosen for the Infosecurity VIP program!
Outpost24 Presentation: The Economics of Penetration Testing
11.15am - 11.45am, 1st May
Penetration testing has long been a tried and tested method to simulate attack against companies’ IT systems to find exploitable vulnerabilities before anyone does. Whilst a pen test can expose critical security issues, it doesn’t help a company build up the knowledge and expertise to prevent all possible breaches. In this webinar we will turn penetration testing on its head and explain the economics of security testing:
- Why pen testing matters, when and how often should you do it
- The true cost of a pen test that nobody tells you
- Pen test vs automated assessment
- What a modern security testing should look like in the new threat landscape
- How to get the best value your money (or budget) can buy from security testing