Think Like a Hacker — by Tachfine El Belky
Updated: Jun 19
#IICSG2018 Conference Insights Track
Day 2 (25 May 2018)
@ Stamford Ballroom (Sophia)
Typical cybersecurity controls — like malware prevention and detection — are falling short. Attackers still manage to compromise organisations that have invested millions of dollars in cybersecurity. What are the factors allowing these attackers to be so successful? This talk will focus on lessons learnt from years of observations and will demonstrate how understanding the hacker's mindset and approach can help us build resilient security software, better manage our networks and bring up effective teams.
About Tachfine El Belky
Tachfine is the co-founder of Negative Entropy — a decentralised security platform helping organisations to detect and fix their vulnerabilities. Tachfine has been architecting and building "secure by design" software for the financial industry for the past 10 years. Deeply involved in the French community since its early days, and with a good understanding of the technology landscape in South-East Asia, Tachfine is on the mission of bringing a culture of culture of security within organisations.