24 June 2020: Webinar “Top 5 Vulnerabilities discovered during Penetration Testing”

In the Corona crisis, the number of cyber attacks has increased significantly. By now, at the latest, all companies should give serious thought to their cyber security and the weaknesses and vulnerabilities in their IT systems through which hackers can most easily penetrate their networks. But what exactly do these vulnerabilities look like and how can companies find them?

So-called penetration tests (pent tests for short), i.e. targeted attempts by commissioned hackers to penetrate the IT of a company, are a tried and tested means of obtaining more information here. However, the weak points and vulnerabilities of companies are often the same.

In this joint English-language webinar of the Cyber-Sicherheitsrat Deutschland e.V. and its member Infopulse, you will therefore receive a quick overview of the top 5 vulnerabilities that are most frequently found during pentesting. In addition, we provide you with practical tips on how you can quickly and pragmatically prevent these vulnerabilities, for example in the areas of patch management or network segmentation, and how you can generally achieve a high level of protection by dealing correctly with various IT compliance regulations.

Infopulse is a global IT security and IT services company headquartered in Ukraine. For almost 30 years now, with more than 2,000 IT specialists, it has been providing its know-how as a full-service IT solution provider and is an international leader in the field of pentesting, among other things.

We look forward to your participation. Participation in the webinar is free of charge.

Your appointment: June 24, 2020, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m

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