Beltug

Beltug virtual VIP with ethical hacker Inti De Ceukelaire


Date:23/09/2020
Time:17:00
Location:virtual meeting


 

 

Every year, our annual VIP evening offers you insightful talks and plenty of time to meet with your peers. In mid-March, 350 of you registered for this popular event, but the outbreak of the coronavirus forced us to postpone, in the hope that we could still see all of you face-to-face later in the year.

 

As Covid-19 is still part of our daily lives, however, we have now converted the event into two highly inspirational webinars, being held on two evenings: 23 September and 28 October. During each, you'll have the chance to propose your questions to the speakers.

 


23/09/2020
17:00-18:00
 
This event will be held as a virtual meeting. The link will be provided two days before the event.


 

 

 

 

 

Please keep in mind that this very special event is reserved for our members, and our guests who receive a personal invitation.

 

23 September, 17h-18h

 

Hackers: behind the cliché

Inti De Ceukelaire, Head of Hackers at intigriti

 

 

Take a dive into the world of ethical hacking! Less than a decade ago, hacking would send you to jail. Today, ‘ethical hackers’ work hand-in-hand with big companies. Why did this change, and how can companies trust hackers? Inti De Ceukelaire will describe how his identity changed from 'illegal hacker' to 'hero' over the years, and some of the ethical dilemmas he has encountered along the way. And he'll share insights and tips gathered from his daily fight against cybercriminals and from recent observations in the Covid era.

 

Inti De Ceukelaire is a Belgian ethical hacker and bug bounty hunter. He has made national headlines numerous times with his security awareness stunts, which have gone from manipulating the twitter account of US President Donald Trump, to publishing fake news on the Vatican’s website. As an ethical hacker, Inti hunts down security vulnerabilities of companies like Facebook, Google, Dropbox and the US Department of Defense. In 2018, he was awarded the ‘Most Valuable Hacker’ award, one of the most prestigious titles an ethical hacker can receive. Mid September 2020, he has been awarded the title of 'IT Person of the Year' by Computable.