A hacker’s story: Dark Azure, how deep the rabbit hole goes.

 
English Intermediate Other

Nino spent the last six months focused on finding the most dangerous vulnerabilities and attack strategies against Microsoft Azure Technologies. In this unique 100% practical security session Nino will show the very dark side of advanced hacking techniques, and showing real unedited attacks to Azure Functions, App Services, AppFabric, Kubernetes, Web Jobs, Virtual Machines, BizTalk Server and more. Nino will also discuss fascinating points about some vulnerabilities he sees in cloud architecture, and he will provide his point of view to prevent this type of attack. It is a session for people to understand how hackers operate and how to protect from these very dangerous and effective attacks against serverless and Azure technologies.

Speaker

Nino Crudele

Hacker and Microsoft Azure Ninja

Nino has +25 years of hands-on experience in cloud technologies and Cybersecurity, delivering large scale solutions and driving global companies to use technologies in the best and most profitable way. He is Microsoft Azure MVP since 2006, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and with a Master in Cybersecurity. Nino is international speaker, author, and a well-known geek technology passionate in the IT community.

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