Those three fields will come together on the computer security focused meetup organized as part of our Hive Talks series on 6th of March, 2018.
Join us, grab a drink and enjoy the talks:
Petr Svenda (Enigma Bridge, Centre for Research on Cryptography and Security at Masaryk University) is one of the Czech researchers credited with discovering vulnerabilities in chips used in Estonian IDs - among others. Petr will talk about the troubles with RSA cryptographic keypair generation.
Dite Gashi (Cryptelo, Decissio, Bethereum) will talk about blockchain-powered trust-less data storing and processing. One of Dite’s projects, Cryptelo, raised $1 Million USD during a single night of its ICO pre-sale.
Petr Somol (Cisco Systems, University of Economics, Department of Pattern Recognition) will introduce us to the pains of machine learning applied to threat analysis. Petr is the Head of Cognitive Research at Cisco, the team behind Cognitive Threat Analytics capable of detecting attacks based on web traffic, endpoint and network data.
Date: 6th of March, 2018
Venue: Apiary office at Forum Karlin, Pernerova 49, 186 00 Prague
Register for the event at Meetup