INFOSEK 2017
INFOSEK 2007 - Nova Gorica
Slovensko
English
22. - 23. 11. 2007
Read the past conference participants opinions.

Interesting, current, good selected topics. For the next time come with me, to avoid to feel sorry when I will be resuming its contents.

Mladen Terčelj, NLB d.d.

SPEAKERS

INFOSEK 

Saša (Sasha) KranjacSaša (Sasha) Kranjac,  Microsoft Certified Trainer | Certified EC-Council Instructor
Sasha (Sasa) is Security, Azure and Windows Internals Specialist, Consultant and Senior Technical Trainer with almost two decades of experience in the field.
He began programming in Assembler, met Windows NT 3.5 and the love exists since then. He have held various jobs and roles: teacher, system administrator and engineer, IT manager, consultant, and IT trainer.
Saša delivers Microsoft, EC-Council, AutoCAD courses, both official and custom, worldwide. Among many others, he holds MCT and CEI certifications and is current Microsoft MCT Regional Lead.

Harald R. RaetzschHarald R. Raetzsch, CEO, IoT40 Systems AG
Dr. Raetzsch is CEO at IoT40 Systems AG. He has managed research and development divisions of large corporations and grew startups to significant size by inventing and building high tech product portfolios, specializing on mission critical cloud applications. These products are today used by thousands of customers and millions of users. Dr. Raetzsch has served several terms as a member of Microsoft’s ISV Partner Advisory Council, and IBM’s Center of CIO Leadership. He is currently the Technology & Business Strategy advisor for several European high tech companies and is a lector at Universities. He has been an affiliate of the Stern School of Business, University of New York. Dr. Raetzsch has founded TTAGroup, a cross-industry community for technical and market development of safety-related architectures used for drive- and fly by-wire. He is a founding member, was elected Vice Chairman and is now a fellow of the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC).

Anel TanovićAnel Tanović, ATIA Consulting, ATIA Ltd Sarajevo
Tanovic Anel is a founder and CEO of two ICT companies from Bosnia and Herzegovina: ATIA Consulting and ATIA Ltd Sarajevo. Both companies are focused in application development, information security solutions, business consulting and IT consulting. Their clients are some of the biggest companies in South-East Europe including telecom operators and banks. 
Tanovic Anel is also Assistant professor on University of Sarajevo in the field of information systems and IT security.  He holds some international certificates in the quality management world like: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 27001 Lead Auditor. He has more than 40 international published papers from information systems and IT security. 

Chengyu ZhengChengyu Zheng, Politecnico di Milano
Chengyu Zheng is Ph.D. student at the NECST Laboratory, a computer architecture, security and dependability team at Politecnico di Milano. His main research area include security in mobile platform and his recent work pawn across hardware sandbox able to analyze Android evasive malware and static analyzer able to detect Adnroid ransomware with high speed and precision. During his free time, he likes to play CTF games with the Tower of Hanoi team.

 

Bojan ŽdrnjaBojan Ždrnja, Infigo IS d.o.o.
Bojan graduated in 1998 at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb. After graduation he started working in the LSS group as an associate on information security projects.
At the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, he managed and actively participated in numerous projects related to computer network planning and information systems security testing and assessment. Bojan performed forensic analysis for the Croatian CERT and was a member of several CERT IRTs (Incident Response Team). He is a long-standing author for Bug and Mrež@ computer magazines and has his own security column in the magazine Mrež@. He is also the author of the book „What are the viruses and how they work?“, published by SysPrint.
Since 2003, he worked at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, as information security specialist, where he actively participated as IT/Security architect in numerous enterprise projects. He also conducted vulnerability assessment and penetration testing on all internally developed projects at the University.
In 2005 he became one of the handlers of SANS Internet Storm Center (ISC), a voluntary organization with a goal to detect security problems, analyze risks and distribute technical information. ISC is the most often quoted source of security information in the world today.
Since 2006 Bojan works in INFIGO IS as a senior information security consultant.
He is a member of leading international organizations in the area of information security: ISC2 and SANS. He has a number of security certifications, including CISSP, GCIH, GICA, GWAPT and GMOB. Bojan is also a member of the SANS Advisory Board and a GIAC Gold Advisor.
In 2007 Bojan was a co-author for the book “AVIEN Malware Defense Guide for the Enterprise” where he wrote a chapter on malware analysis. He is also one of the authors on the SANS’ 610 course: “Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques”.
Since 2010 Bojan is teaching two undergraduate (second year) computer security courses at the Faculty of Computing in Zagreb (Visoka skola za primijenjeno racunarstvo).
Bojan has almost 15 years of experience in as an information security expert/consultant.

Jan MikuleckyJan Mikulecky, NAKIT
Jan works as a director of Cybersecurity department in NAKIT (National Agency for Communication and Information Systems). He has extensive knowledge in information security management, the implementation of information security management systems (ISMS) and business continuity management (BCM). Jan has got vast experience in the identification of security requirements for systems processing sensitive business, banking and state information. Jan focuses on designing security and functional requirements, and commands a comprehensive knowledge of the supply of solutions. Before joining NAKIT (2013), Jan worked for Deloitte (2011) and in Risk Analysis Consultants since 1999. Jan holds a Ph.D. degree in system engineering from the Czech Technical University in Prague. He has got CISM, CGEIT and CRISC certifications and served as a member of the ISACA CISM Test Enhancement Committee for three years.

Mane PiperevskiMane Piperevski, Piperevski&Associates
M-r Mane Piperevski is security expert with over 10 years of experience and expertise in field of Ethical Hacking/Penetration Testing and ICT Forensics. He works currently as CEO and IT Security Consultant at Piperevski&Associates and he is also contributor to open software security community as OWASP Chapter Leader for Macedonia. Recently published white papers “Hacker Attacks - Undetectable attacks from trojans with reverse communication” and “Hacking Attacks - Security Threats in IPv6 networks”. Holder of numerous security certifications (C|EH, E|CSA, C|HFI, E|CIH, E|CSP .NET, MCSA, MCSE, MCITP, C|EI, MCT) and Europe highly ranged Cyber Crime instructor and trainer.  

Mateusz FlakMateusz Flak, Darktrace, Si.mobil d.d.
Sales manager with creative vision, business acumen and strong technical background.
Experience in operations management, business process improvements and strategic IT projects implementation. Areas of strength include structured and strategic approach to Business and IT edge with proven records of costs optimisation, IT operations process improvements and building competitive advantage through IT technology.
Responsible to establish business foundation for Darktrace in CEE region with building sales channel to contribute in revenue growth. 

Zsolt NemethZsolt Nemeth, Camphora Consulting
Zsolt Nemeth is a serial entrepreneur who set up and run businesses in cyber security. His main interests are cryptography and network security. He founded MDS Ltd in the UK. He has consulted for financial institutions and built up bespoke solutions for them. After selling the company he has founded MDS Holding that has scouted, bought and licenced technologies. Now he runs a startup based on Fraunhofer's technology. He has 11 years of experience in startups. Zsolt holds a Master of Science degree in Economics from Szechenyi Istvan University and a Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics from Ecole National Superieure. Zsolt also obtained a business degree at Brookes University, Oxford. 

Branislav MiletićBranislav Miletić, Horwath HTL, Beograd
Currently Partner at Horwath HTL, Belgrade office, a global hospitality and accounting consultancy, with the largest network of 50 offices in 30 countries worldwide, specialized for hotel, tourism and leisure (HTL) industries. Responsible for tourism development projects – master plans for tourism development, tourism development strategies, destination management, destination marketing, branding, as well as for project management and project finance related issues. Mr. Miletic joined Horwath HTL in 2012. as an external associate. In parallel he worked as a senior project developer for WindVision, a Belgian company developing renewable energy projects in Serbia. Previously, he worked as project adviser in the Ministry of Economy and Regional Development, National Corporation for Tourism Development and the Public Broadcasting Service of Vojvodina. He was engaged as Executive Director of Transparency International Branch in Serbia, project / business developer in EXIT festival, EXIT foundation and Foundation of Faculty of Economics (University of Belgrade) and was President of the Student Union of Serbia. He is married and has two children.

Luca MoroniLuca Moroni, Via Virtuosa
Focused on Cybersecurity since 2000 and lecturer in some seminars about this topic Geaduation in Computer Science (1989 Milan), CISA e ITIL V3 certified and other tech certification.
Founder of the innovative company Via Virtuosa, which focuses on scouting and promotion expertise in Cybersecurity and IT governance in NE of Italy.

  • Research team coordinator for ISACA Venice Chapter
    - Research n.1: Vulnerability and Penetration Test. User’s guidelines about third party penetration test.
    - Research n.5: Cyber Security Awareness of N/E Italian Critical Infrastructures: Scenarios and Guidelines for self-assessment.
  • Research team coordinator
    - Cyber Risk Insurance. Scenario and Evaluation.

 


Uwe RasmussenUwe Rasmussen, Microsoft
Uwe Rasmussen is a French attorney specialized in the areas of copyright, database rights, personal data protection, and compliance. Since 2006 he has worked on secondment with Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit to work on cybercrime enforcement and cooperation initiatives. Mr Rasmussen holds law degrees from Sorbonne in Paris and Copenhagen University and has studied IP law at Santa Clara University and is moreover a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. He speaks Danish, Dutch, English, French, German and Spanish.  
 

 

 

CIO FORUM

Jan MikuleckyJan Mikulecky, NAKIT
Jan works as a director of Cybersecurity department in NAKIT (National Agency for Communication and Information Systems). He has extensive knowledge in information security management, the implementation of information security management systems (ISMS) and business continuity management (BCM). Jan has got vast experience in the identification of security requirements for systems processing sensitive business, banking and state information. Jan focuses on designing security and functional requirements, and commands a comprehensive knowledge of the supply of solutions. Before joining NAKIT (2013), Jan worked for Deloitte (2011) and in Risk Analysis Consultants since 1999. Jan holds a Ph.D. degree in system engineering from the Czech Technical University in Prague. He has got CISM, CGEIT and CRISC certifications and served as a member of the ISACA CISM Test Enhancement Committee for three years.

Branka NovčićBranka Novčić, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Belgrade 
Dr Branka Novčić is a lecturer with the PhD in place branding. She works for more than eight years as a lecturer in Marketing at Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Belgrade. Branka’s area of expertise is brand management, with the focus on development of brand identity and brand image. In the field of branding she specialized in Italy, Austria and Slovenia, while she gained practical experience working as: marketing manager assistant (Moć prirode), sales manager assistant (DaimlerChrysler SCG) and journalist for Brendomania magazine and TV show. During her work at the Faculty she was a consultant on projects for Olympic committee of Serbia, Equa bottles (Slovenia), Viralbeat marketing agency (Italy), TMG-BMC Ltd. (Slovenia) and Doma Zdravlja Vizim. Today, she is project manager of „FON StartUp Day“ and co-founder of NGO „Center for Place Branding“. Branka published many articles nationaly and internationaly, as well as two books „Kako uspešno upravljati brendom?” (Zadužbina Andrejević, 2013) and “Strategic Concept of Brand Building – Serbian perspective” (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012).

Luca MoroniLuca Moroni, Via Virtuosa
Focused on Cybersecurity since 2000 and lecturer in some seminars about this topic Geaduation in Computer Science (1989 Milan), CISA e ITIL V3 certified and other tech certification.
Founder of the innovative company Via Virtuosa, which focuses on scouting and promotion expertise in Cybersecurity and IT governance in NE of Italy.

  • Research team coordinator for ISACA Venice Chapter
    - Research n.1: Vulnerability and Penetration Test. User’s guidelines about third party penetration test. 
    - Research n.5: Cyber Security Awareness of N/E Italian Critical Infrastructures: Scenarios and Guidelines for self-assessment.
  • Research team coordinator 
    - Cyber Risk Insurance. Scenario and Evaluation.
 
Wojciech GolebiowskiWojciech Golebiowski, Palo Alto Networks
Over the last 15 years, Wojciech Golebiowski was involved in strategic project at Cisco Systems, EMC, Riverbed Technology and for the last 4 years focused on Palo Alto Networks technology serving and supporting organisations around Central and Eastern European countries, including Poland. Since Jan'2012, as a Sales Director at Palo Alto Networks, he helped over 1000 enterprises, government institutions and service providers to prevent their networks from cyber threats. His strategies and advices will give you immediate and lasting results, directions on building mechanisms how safely enable all applications, maintain complete visibility and control that business demands today. 
 
Bojan Ždrnja, Infigo IS d.o.o.
Bojan graduated in 1998 at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb. After graduation he started working in the LSS group as an associate on information security projects.
At the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, he managed and actively participated in numerous projects related to computer network planning and information systems security testing and assessment. Bojan performed forensic analysis for the Croatian CERT and was a member of several CERT IRTs (Incident Response Team). He is a long-standing author for Bug and Mrež@ computer magazines and has his own security column in the magazine Mrež@. He is also the author of the book „What are the viruses and how they work?“, published by SysPrint.
Since 2003, he worked at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, as information security specialist, where he actively participated as IT/Security architect in numerous enterprise projects. He also conducted vulnerability assessment and penetration testing on all internally developed projects at the University.
In 2005 he became one of the handlers of SANS Internet Storm Center (ISC), a voluntary organization with a goal to detect security problems, analyze risks and distribute technical information. ISC is the most often quoted source of security information in the world today. 
Since 2006 Bojan works in INFIGO IS as a senior information security consultant.
He is a member of leading international organizations in the area of information security: ISC2 and SANS. He has a number of security certifications, including CISSP, GCIH, GICA, GWAPT and GMOB. Bojan is also a member of the SANS Advisory Board and a GIAC Gold Advisor.
In 2007 Bojan was a co-author for the book “AVIEN Malware Defense Guide for the Enterprise” where he wrote a chapter on malware analysis. He is also one of the authors on the SANS’ 610 course: “Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques”.
Since 2010 Bojan is teaching two undergraduate (second year) computer security courses at the Faculty of Computing in Zagreb (Visoka skola za primijenjeno racunarstvo).
Bojan has almost 15 years of experience in as an information security expert/consultant.