It is important for malware authors to keep a solid network connection between their malware on compromised computers and their own servers so that the malware can receive commands and be updated. However, communication between the malware and the malware servers may be filtered by a gateway or local firewall, or blocked by an intrusion prevention system (IPS).
The CSO Breakfast features keynote international speaker: Juraj Malcho, Chief Research Officer, ESET. Juraj brought his knowledge on the major trends in security that his team are seeing with a focus on antivirus, how the nature and severity of the threat in Australia compares with the situation in other countries as well as the threat of cyberattacks and malware. Juraj shared online attack reports and highlight the key priorities in security for 2016. Attendees also participated in peer-to-peer roundtables with industry leaders, who then spoke on a panel about the key takeaways from the roundtables.
Next level Enterprise Security
Cyber Security interview with Richard Archdeacon, Head of Security Strategy at HP Enterprise Security Services conducted by David Braue, CSO Australia
Quality of Security - Defense in Depth
This event features an international keynote presentation by Vicente Diaz, Principal Security Researcher with Kaspersky Lab's Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT).