KIT Club: Cyber Security

KIT Club is an informal community that unites IT companies operating in Kaunas, Lithuania. Community members include representatives of the academic community, IT enthusiasts and all curious people who want to know and share their knowledge about the IT world and its diversity, latest technology and trends, are open to change and innovation, and actively develop ideas and implement them. 

Each time, more and more people are attracted to informal meet-ups dedicated to topics ranging from coding to project management. On 25 November, KIT Club, in collaboration with Hostinger, invited the community to join three outstanding speakers in a discussion on Cyber Security. 

A Diverse View of Cyber Security

This time, Cyber Security experts shared their knowledge and insights on the following topics:

  • Head of Cyber Security @Hostinger Egidijus Navardauskas introduced OSINT tools and demonstrated how attackers can easily find vulnerable targets via publicly available information.
  • Justinas Radzevičius, Information Technology Security Analyst @Devbridge, introduced phishing attack simulations, overlooked Devbridge’s approach on testing employees’ awareness levels, and discussed the tools to avoid phishing as the most common social engineering attack these days. 
  • Head of Quality Assurance @TransUnion Mike Robson led us through the complex journey to make web applications secure. 

If you were not able to participate, these are the recording details:

Meeting Recording:

Access Passcode: *GH#^K75

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