Videoer fra Driving IT 2019

Se videoer af indlæg på Driving IT 2019, der blev afholdt i IDA den 1. november 2019.

  • E1337 script kikkie hacker (40 minutter)
    Se Keld Normans indlæg
    Hvad kan gå galt på 45 min med stort set kun live hacker demoer, heriblandt KonBoot, Rubberduck, Mousejack, Wifi Keyloggers, Apple Bleee, Evil ninja og mange flere. Keld viser også en lidt speciel måde at åbne en hængelås på som de fleste nok ikke har set før. Keld fortæller også hvad der skal til for at tømme en dankortautomat for penge.

  • An update on passwords & digital authentication (30 minutter)
    Se Per Thorsheim indlæg
    We have more passwords than ever, and they are not going away anytime soon. What can we do to make them easier to handle, while improving the security they provide?

  • Security, Moore's Law, and the anomaly of cheap complexity (30 minutter)
    Se Thomas Dulliens indlæg
    It is fashionable to speak about a "digital transformation"- but what are the factors that drive this transformation? One is Moore's law - the clockwork-like regularity with which transistors are shrunk further and further -- and one is universal computing. Universal computing implies (among other things) that one can easily specialize an existing complicated device (a CPU) to simulate a much simpler device.

  • Privacy: 5G - Should we worry about Huwei?
    Se Henrik Beckvards indlæg
    Concerns about the Chinese technology giant Huawei as the potential supplier of 5G technology for the next generation wireless networks have generated lively debate among cybersecurity community regarding the balance between technological innovation and the concerns about cybersecurity with implications to a broader national security context.

  • Privacy: Internet Censorship Circumvention with Tor (25 minutter)
    Se Alexander Færøys indlæg
    In this presentation, we'll go over some of the anti-censorship strategies that we're currently working with at The Tor Project. We look at how we implement these strategies and how they compose with the Tor anonymity network itself. No prior knowledge of Tor is required.

  • Privacy: EU Cyber capacity building - what can I do (25 minutter)
    Se Siim Alatalus indlæg
    Over the last decade, the EU has launched several external capacity building projects, such as the GLACY, GLACY+, CyberSouth, Cyber4Development, which focus on developing cyber capacity in states that are situated outside the EU’s borders. This talk will explore what is cyber capacity, how does it relate to EU countries’ own cyber security and why it might actually matter for me?

  • Privacy: Sikkerhed i Skyen (25 minutter)
    Se Lone Juul Dransfeldt Christensens indlæg
    Vi har omfavnet skyen, og hermed udfordret måden hvorpå vi tænker sikkerhed. I dette indlæg, vil Lone præsentere jer for nogle af de trusler man skal være bevidst omkring når man behandler og opbevarer data i skyen, og hvordan man kan øge sikkerheden og forsvare sig bedre mod disse trusler.

  • Privacy: Mobile network attacks are common - and a threat to your data and IoT setop (25 miutter)
    Se Rasmus Hanves indlæg
    Derant will share the findings of the analysis and give some advice on how to detect when somebody is spying on your mobile network traffic, to keep safe your normal communication and your IoT data.

  • Tools: Curl runs in all your devices (25 minutter)
    Se Daniel Stenbergs indlæg 
    From a few hundered lines of code in the 90s, to running in all Internet- connected devices on the globe. This is the story of how curl conquered the world.

  • Tools: Automated Bug Detection for JavaScript (25 minutter)
    Se Anders Møllers indlæg
    This talk will give an overview of some of our ongoing research projects that aim to improve software quality and programmer productivity by automatically analyzing and testing JavaScript programs.

  • Tools: Python and Cloud Computing - A Marriage Made in Heaven? (25 min)
    Se Tyler Johnsons indlæg
    In this talk Tyler will present how we used Python to drive and deliver a detective controls framework on a major cloud provider for an Australian aviation company. You'll learn about the challenges faced and why Python was a perfect fit.

  • Tools: Clean Architectures in Python - A tale of durability, utility and beauty (25 min)
    Se Leonardo Giordanis indlæg
    What is a good software architecture? Why should we bother structuring the code and spending time testing it? The clean architecture is a good way to structure an application to make it easy to develop, debug, maintain, and change.

  • Cool: Nets: Biometri i betalinger (25 min)
    Se Jesper Kildegaard Poulsens indlæg
    Betalinger i butikker har gået gennem en hurtige udvikling over de sidste 10 år. I dag bruger flere og flere deres mobiltelefon. Spørgsmålet er så hvad bliver det næste? En mulighed kunne være at du i fremtiden betaler med dig selv. Kom og hør hvordan mulighederne med biometri undersøges og testes for at sikre de rigtige betalingsløsninger i fremtiden.

  • Cool: Blockchain research at Aarhus University (25 min)
    Se Sabine Oechsners indlæg
    The Concordium Blockchain Research Center at Aarhus University conducts basic research on blockchain technology, cryptography, and related areas. Researchers in the center are concerned with questions such as energy efficiency, speed, scalability, privacy, and formal verification. This talk will give an overview over the center's research.

  • Cool: Data Visualization Done Right (25 min)
    Se Hans-Jörg Schulzs indlæg
    Any data is only as good as the visualization that communicates it to analysts, decision makers, and the public.But what makes a “good” visualization and how can we construct it?

  • Cool: Howto & Perspektiver (25 min)
    Se Poul-Hennings Kamps indlæg
    En ny generation af billige GNSS/GPS modtagere bringer dual-frequency/dGPS indenfor rækkevidde for andre end landinspektørerne og gør pladetektonik til en folkesport.

  • Dataetik: Responsible digital management. Global efforts, culture and proces
    Se Søren Juul Jørgensens indlæg
    Hvordan udvikler vi globale principper for ansvarlig digital ledelse og hvordan udvikler vi enkle og klare modeller for, hvordan virksomheder er ansvarlige i brugen af data, tech og kunstig intelligens. Et nyt projekt på Stanford vil se på disse spørgsmål i et samarbejde med en gruppe finansielle virksomheder. 

  • Startup: Radiobotics: Radiobotics, building tomorrow’s augmented healthcare technology
    Se Stine Mølgaard Sørensens indlæg
    The recent advances in machine learning have accelerated the development of tools for medical imaging analysis, to help physicians in a more accurate diagnosis, Radiobotics will show how they are trying to empower radiologists with new technology.

  • Startup: Playful Machine Learning
    Se AndreasRefsgaards indlæg
    Andreas describes, how machine learning has become an integrated part of the practice. By enabling people to decide upon, and train their own unique controls for a system, the creative power shifts from the designer of the system to the person interacting with it. The talk includes several of his playful projects, where he actively seeks out unconventional connections between inputs and outputs using simple machine learning techniques.