From October 8 to 11, HackIT 4.0, the annual IT forum for cybersecurity professionals, blockchain entrepreneurs and white hackers will be held in Kiev, Ukraine. It will host over 50 security experts from around the world.
In addition to the two-day conference and exhibition area, the program includes CTF (Capture the Flag) competition, the day of networking, a series of panel discussions and roundtables, the Hacken Cup marathon and the guided tour to the Chernobyl nuclear power plan to illustrate the consequences of man-made disasters.
This year, the event will be focused on cybersecurity in the crypto industry: security trends, the protection of different types of wallets, smart contracts, databases, the establishment of security standards and compliance with legislation. The conference will be divided into Attack Day and Defense Day.
Among the headliners are:
- Peter Todd, Bitcoin core developer,
- Dinis Guarda, CEO, digital and crypto economics driver and evangelist listed in various top 100/10 Most Influential People in Fintech/Blockchain/Social media/AI,
- Tone Vays, Bitcoin/Blockchain researcher, consultant, content creator, derivatives trader,
- Moxie Marlinspike, security researcher, the former head of the security team at Twitter,
- Brian Gorenc, director at Trend Micro Zero Day Initiative, the world’s largest vendor-agnostic bug bounty program.
As the HackIT team states, more than 30 speakers from Great Britain, France, Canada, China, Turkey and other countries have already confirmed their participation in the conference. These are the founders and projects’ CEOs, cybersecurity experts, white hackers, blockchain developers and IT bloggers (see all participants).
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