Events where you’ll find Zerocopter

Come meet and talk with us at the events we organise and visit.

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List of events

Date

Event

Location

Website

February 14, 2020
Hackerhotel 2020
Garderen, The Netherlands
November 21, 2019
NLUUG najaarsconferentie 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands
November 7, 2019
DefCamp #10
Bucharest, Romania
November 6, 2019
Fraud 2019 - Prevention of Abuse Seminar
Helsinki, Finland
October 3, 2019
One Conference 2019
The Hague, The Netherlands
September 30, 2019
Hâck The Hague 2019
The Hague, The Netherlands
September 26, 2019
ITBN CONF-EXPO
Budapest, Hungary
September 26, 2019
Hardwear.io - HardPwn
The Hague, The Netherlands
September 25, 2019
Hardwear.io - Hardware Security Conference & Training
The Hague, The Netherlands
September 23, 2019
Global AppSec - Amsterdam
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Hackers! Do we shoot or do we hug?

Hackers! Do we shoot or do we hug?

In the ever-changing security landscape, we are slowly seeing a shift from labelling hackers per default as ‘bad and malicious individuals’, to accepting them more often as ‘useful and potentially friendly’. We see more and more companies starting a bug bounty program and/or a Responsible Disclosure (Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure) program.

We in the Netherlands are (at least in Europe) leading the pack on this last subject, backed heavily by the Dutch NCSC, the Dutch government and the Dutch prosecution services with their Responsible Disclosure guideline.

How our programs work (and sometimes do not)

Our CEO Edwin van Andel gives a much appreciated and eye-opening talk about what role hackers can play in protecting business and customer information. In his interactive and mostly humorous talk, Edwin will start with defining security (in a grotesque way), followed by the ‘real’ definition of hackers, the way hackers think and work, and how hackers can be used instead of feared by companies. Edwin will show how bug bounties and the Responsible Disclosure processes can work, but also how they sometimes do not. He will take the audience along the path to these fails, and discuss the way we can –or could have– improve(d) these processes. He might even please you with some nice IoT drama.

A final ‘calculation’ will try to open the door to a safer online world! (from a hackers point of view that is).

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