The heise Security Tour asks the question of trust for AI, Zero Trust & more
The conference program of this year’s heise Security Tour is primarily concerned with the topic of “trust”. It is about the pitfalls of zero trust in practice or the importance of AI for IT security. Lectures on current events in the areas of cybercrime and IT law round off the whole thing.
100 percent independent
What is special about the event is that the program was specially tailored by the heise security editorial team to the interests of those responsible for IT, data protection and security who have to protect their corporate IT from the increasing danger of attacks. That means there is no hidden agenda to sell you something or paid promotional lectures.
The one-day conference will take place on June 1st. in Cologne and on 15.6. held in Stuttgart; two purely online appointments complete the offer. For the first time, there are also special workshops on various topics from “Law for Admins” and “Secure use of Microsoft 365” to “Incident Handling & Response” and “Implementing KRITIS specifications” during the face-to-face dates of the tour the day before.
Free in the Pro package
Participation in the conference normally costs 645 euros in Cologne and Stuttgart; 595 euros for the two online appointments. There is currently an early bird discount of 595 or 545 euros. Participation in the conference is of course free of charge for members of heise Security Pro. Here is the complete program and the possibility to register:
Of course, the free participation also applies to the ransomware crash course at the beginning of May, which explains in depth over two mornings how cybercrime gangs hijack company networks and how to prepare your IT for these attacks in a meaningful way. Together with the tour participation, the costs for heise Security Pro are already included – and the package offers significantly more. Learn more here: