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ST-FOUR are the Major sponsor of the 13th CITC Conference
The 13th anniversary of the CITC exclusively for the College IT communities of Cambridge and Oxford University to be held at The Museum of London Docklands, London.
The conference will follow the highly successful formula of the eleven previous conferences, offering a stand-out Keynote presentation and a rich mix of technical seminars with round table discussions covering non-technical areas such as policy, strategy, communication and management.
Jamie Woodruff – Europe’s No. 1 Ethical Hacker: Jamie will talk about the importance of system and network security and is known for disclosing world-wide exploits and vulnerabilities within leading security applications such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Apple and Google.
2nd Plenary Talk:
“How to hack a warship” and “how to steal research” – a dummies guide by Kieren Niĉolas Lovell.
Exercise Neptune and Exercise Mercury: two cyber exercises running out of TalTech (Tallinn University of technology). How we use OSINT on live systems and organisations public profiles and networks to show how we could take down organisations, track warships and troops, steal university research and find single point of failures – in your hardware, processes, PR, and of course… people – but tell you before the threat actors do.
It’s a chance for College IT staff members of the 70 Oxford and Cambridge Colleges to mix with their colleagues, to discover their interests, the ways they work and their problems and solutions to managing IT in this unique environment.