Testboss speakers announced- article 15/10/2018

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TestBoss – Experience live hacking & cyber-attack prevention

Award-winning TestBoss, a networking event for Test Managers, will take place on Thursday 1 November from 6.00 to 8.30pm. Saskia Coplans and Jahmel Harris, co-founders of cyber security consultancy, Digital Interruption, will be delivering a session titled: “Ghost in the machine, how hackers break software”.

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Experienced penetration tester and ethical hacker Jahmel will undertake a live hacking demonstration. He explains:

“This session will be exciting as we perform a live demonstration of how to go about hacking into web applications, and ways in which these kinds of attacks can be prevented, as well as how compliance can help drive security.”

Saskia Coplans, Data Protection Officer (DPO) and Security Consultant said:

“80% of breaches are caused by human error. We would like to give pointers on what security means for testers and testing managers.

“We will be looking at high-level tools and techniques that can be implemented to support embedding security into organisations”

 

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TestBoss takes place on Thursday 1st November 2018 from 6.00 – 8.30pm in central Manchester. The award-winning event boasts a wealth of information from experienced leaders within the software testing community. Click here to register your interest.

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