08:30 to 10:00
23 May 2018
Airbus’ external Cyber Security business have compiled their top technology predictions for 2018, based on trends identified at their Security Operations Centres in France, UK and Germany during 2017.
- Prediction 1: A lack of social media security policies will create serious risks for enterprises As observed during 2017, social media platforms are regularly being used for the spread of fake news or the manipulation of public opinion. But social media can also be used for sophisticated social engineering and reconnaissance activities which form the basis of many attacks on the enterprises. Criminals and hackers are known to use these platforms to distribute malware, push rogue antivirus scams and phishing campaigns to lure their victims.
- Prediction 2: Attacks on Wireless networks will escalate Attacks on Wireless networks will increase as attackers seek to exploit the Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK) vulnerability, first made public in October 2017. The vulnerability can allow an attacker to intercept and read Wi-Fi traffic between devices and a Wi-Fi router, and in some cases even modify the traffic to inject malicious data into websites. It could also allow attackers to obtain sensitive information from those devices, such as credit card details, passwords, chat messages and emails.
- Prediction 3: Encryption will continue to represent challenges for law enforcement Concerns about data privacy, the increasing use of cloud computing, an increase in data breaches and the introduction of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will all contribute to the emergence of End to End Encryption (E2EE) as the most effective way for enterprises wishing to secure their data. But E2EE will also represent some challenges to law enforcement as criminals continue to use this technique for espionage and subversion.
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About the speaker
- Markus Braendle, Head Of Airbus Cyber Security
Markus Braendle was appointed Head of Airbus CyberSecurity in July 2017. With over 700 cyber security specialists in Europe Airbus CyberSecurity supports its Government, Defence and Critical Industry customers in their digital journey by providing cyber security services with a focus on “Protect, Detect and Respond”.
Prior to this position, Markus was Head of Cyber Security within ABB Group where he built a corporate wide cyber security program and was globally responsible for all aspects of cyber security for the ABB Group. Responsibilities included developing and leading a cross-divisional and cross-functional effort to ensure that ABB products and systems fully support customers' cyber security requirements and ensuring that ABB added-value services enable customers to remain secure. Markus started his career in 2005 with ABB Corporate Research as a Principal Scientist and later Group Leader. In 2007 he became the Head of Cyber Security for ABB´s Power Systems Division before being appointed Group Head of Cyber Security in 2011.
Since 2013 Markus is also part of the GICSP (Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional) Executive Steering Committee where he’s collaborating with several cyber security organizations and reputable security advisors to enhance industry security competence and workforce development.
Markus studied at the ETH Zurich University and received a Master’s Degree, as well as a PhD in Computer Science. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Higher Education.
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