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IKT-Sicherheitskonferenz & Young Researchers´ Day

October 01, 2019 - October 02, 2019
9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Stadthalle Fürstenfeld

The aim of the conference is to provide advanced training for IT security experts from a wide variety of fields. The ICT Security Conference offers participants the unique opportunity to exchange ideas and make interdisciplinary contacts.

In more than 50 lectures by national and international cyber security experts on various topics, such as industry 4.0, critical infrastructures and the human being as “weakest point”, the participants will be sensitized to the entire spectrum of ICT security and confronted with possible solutions.

In the course of live hacking, it will be shown how easy it is to infiltrate different systems and what effects we can expect for our daily lives. A further focus is the analysis of past incidents and threat scenarios, as well as the adapted risk management in this increasingly complex matter. Participants will also be able to find out about the latest technologies from over 40 exhibitors from renowned ICT companies. As usual, the BMLV in cooperation with Cyber Security Austria (CSA) also hosts the final of the nationwide competition “Austria Cyber Security Challenge” within the framework of the conference. In 2019, more than 500 schoolchildren and students will take part in this challenge under the now Austria-wide slogan “Prohibited Good”.

SBA Research organizes jointly with the FH Upper Austria and the Austrian Computer Society the Young Researchers’ Day. This networking event brings together information security graduates from several Austrian institutions. For the first time, the presentations of the young researchers will be integrated into the main program of the ICT Security Conference and thus the results of their work can be made available to a wider audience.

Young Researchers’ Day is hosted by Vienna ACM SICSAG Chapter.

Philipp Reisinger speaks about Risk Perception and Human Irrationality.