Hybrid event: The Hacker Mindset by Laura Kankaala & Tomi Tuominen
How do hackers think and operate? 🤔 Join Tomi Tuominen (VP Security at Wolt) and Laura Kankaala to find out!
Most defenders think in straight lines and hackers think in graphs. But what does this really mean in practice? Working in tech, it’s important to understand the threats you or your company might face in day-to-day life!
In this session we’ll dive into the world of hackers and you’ll learn:
- How do hackers think,
- Tactics that hackers use, and
- Concrete takeaways for how to stay safe and defend against hacking in your day-to-day life and work.
This is a wonderful opportunity to hear from two of Finland’s most respected security experts. Both Laura and Tomi have extensive experience within the world of information security. They are supremely talented public speakers and will be sharing some insights into the mindset of a hacker.
📍You can join us at the Wolt office in Kamppi, and
💻 We’ll also stream the event via Zoom webinar for those who would like to attend but can’t make it to our Helsinki office.
This winning combination will provide you some real insights into how a hacker thinks and operates. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
Senior Security Consultant
Laura is an information security researcher and public speaker, Laura has become known, among other things, from YLE’s TV series “Team Whack” where she and her two friends reveal information security gaps in personal information security, cars, IoT devices and wireless networks.
VP of Security | Wolt
Tomi, founder and organiser of t2 infosec (t2.fi), has worked on groundbreaking security research such as windows networking, coldboot attacks,and physical access control systems. You may also recognise him from the Herrasmieshakkerit podcast where he and friend, Mikko Hyppönen, discuss topical items from the information security world.
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