Jesper Jurcenoks' Live Hacker Demo attracted
a big crowd at infosecurity New York 2006
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16th International Forum on Telecommunications, Information and Banking Technologies TIBO 2009 in Minsk
Large crowd of security professionals watched live hacking demo attack using Spear phishing, Buffer Overflow, and SQL-injection to bypass 2 firewalls and steal critical data from a demo corporate network.
itec Portland Show Interview - NetVigilance
Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks being interviewed Live on-air with Radio KBNP-1410 AM - The Money Station, During Itec Portland 2007.
Dr. Tony Marino and Ralph Hughes interviewed "JJ" on how "SecureScout" works and the advantage for the User.
Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks explains how to avoid Cross-site Scripting, to a large crowd at netVigilances home town in Portland, Oregon during Itec 2007. Nationally known Keynote-speaker Columnist, Author and Consultant James E. Gaskin is
moderating and his high-spirited humor makes sure nobody dozes off when the subjects get very technical.
James E Gaskin once again hosted the Masterminds Security Panel, where Jesper Jurcenoks talked about the Cross-site scripting attacks, the typical principles of how to find out the XSS vulnerabilities in the web-applications and why
everybody is vulnerable to these kinds of attacks.
itec Kansas City
Jesper Jurcenoks Anchored the Security Experts Panel during Itec again in Kansas, and talked about how the New PCI law of Minnesota affects people accepting Creditcards there and who is covered by PCI compliance.
Jesper Jurcenoks was joined on the Panel by Group Manager of Vulnerability Assessment and Security Compliance of Sprint Nextel Corporate Security, Stephen H. Gillilan, and Rick Laite of Astaro
Jesper Jurcenoks answers Security questions on the Itec Masterminds Panel, during the Thursday Luncheon Keynote panel. Questions included:
1) I have a firewall from a Major vendor, am I not protected enough?
2) Do I need antivirus on all my home machines?
3) I am connecting to my home computer from work via remote desktop, do I expose my company's infrastructure to attack?
4) Can I reduce my risk by changing to a non-windows OS?
The netVigilance Live Hacker Demo, ran for a crowd every 40 minutes for 2 days. Customers saw Jesper Jurcenoks, perform a Spear Phishing Attack, a buffer overflow exploit, and an SQL Injection, bypassing 2 corporate firewalls, and
stealing Social Security Numbers.