Ethical hackers from across central and easter Europe will gather this weekend for Hacktivity, where they will take part in presentations, workshops, games, the Central and Eastern European finals of the Global CyberLympics and hardware hacking.
Hacktivity is the oldest Hungarian independent IT security conference, and has become an international event. Speakers will include the most prominent representatives of IT security, who consider it a major professional achievement to address the conference.
The keynote speaker is Peter Szor, author of the book “The Art of Computer Virus Research and Defense” and of more than 40 inventions and patents on computer virus detection and intrusion prevention.
He will be followed by Raoul “Nobody” Chiesa, a well-known European cyber crime expert.
The conference is an opportunity for CISA-, CISM- and CISSP-certified specialists to collect CPE points towards their licences.