The first ever Radar Pulse Conference takes place on June 4th 2019. The motto of the event is “On the Pulse of Cybertechnology”. RadarServices’ experts will report on technological innovations from a wide range of research and subject areas.
Following the lectures, customers also have the opportunity to visit the Radar Exhibition with information booths to meet the experts from RadarServices and go into detail about the presented contents and other interesting topics.
Our highlights for the conference:
Radar Smart Solution
Catch me if you can! Enterprise-sized Cyber Risk Detection for SMEs in a “smart box”
- Experience Big Data and continuous IT security monitoring for SMEs in the cloud
- Discover firsthand the advantages of the smartest Plug & Detect box for your IT security
- The automated power of Europe’s largest Cyber Defense Center and Machine Learning for small and medium-sized enterprises
How to build your own Cyber Defense Center – use the know-how of the European market leader
- Turnkey “all in one” solution for customers to build their own Cyber Defense Center as well as for MSSPs from one single source
- The complete package of cutting-edge technology modules, processes and trainings
- Orchestrate CDC activities and streamline operating processes supported by an extensive Detection Intelligence continuously updated by RadarServices
SIEM & Machine Learning
The future of Cyber Intelligence starts now. See the next generation of Radar Machine Learning innovations become even more intelligent
- High Performance meets Artificial Intelligence
- How to handle 1 000 000 EPS and more with Machine Learning
- SIEM is dead! See the future of what comprehensive Big Data Analysis looks like
Radar Analyst Interface: RAIN
Empowering humans to handle Big Data in Cybersecurity
- See exclusively the latest innovation in Big Data Analytics and Data Analysis
- Experience Radar Analyst Interface “RAIN” live for the first time – with dashboards and widget store
- Visualize and contextualize data in a completely different way
The conference starts at 16:00 and takes place at the Globe Vienna, a unique venue in Neu Marx. Following the lectures, guests can visit the Radar Exhibition with information booths on the presented contents and other interesting topics. For more information and registration visit www.radarservices.com/pulse
RadarServices among the Top 80 in the Financial Times Ranking
For the fourth consecutive year, RadarServices has made it into the Top 100 of the fastest growing companies in Europe. In the industry-independent ranking “Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies FT 1000”, RadarServices achieved a place of 72nd after 95th place in 2018 and 29th place in 2019.
RadarServices has already received several awards in previous years: The trend continues in 2019, with 69 2016th place and 93 2017th place in the Deloitte EMEA Technology Fast 500 Ranking and FT 1000 of the Financial Times. In 2019, the European cyber security company even took 72nd place in the internationally renowned ranking. The company achieved 1.359 percent absolute sales growth. In the period under review, the number of employees at the company doubled.
RadarServices expands its Security Operations Center in Vienna
RadarServices continues to grow and its Security Operation Center is being expanded. It now covers more than 600 m2 and a total of two floors to offer sufficient space for security experts and analysts. With this expansion, RadarServices implements another milestone in its successful growth strategy.
The increasing number of customers and the demand for RadarServices’ offers require not only an increase in personnel but also an increase in space. RadarServices is thus home to one of the largest and most modern Security Operation Centers in Europe. Following the establishment of a SOC in Vaduz and the expansion of the SOC in Vienna, this growth can be accompanied with full vigour.
Cyber Security Report
RadarServices focuses on cybersecurity. That is why it is important to understand concerns, software and IT landscapes of customers as well as processes and the environment in which these systems are used. This also applies to the risks that we do not look at in isolation, but understand in their context. In our annual review, our experts provide tips on a wide range of security areas – from operational technology to small and medium-sized enterprises and the Internet of Things. But of particular importance are their cybersecurity tips to improve security.
RadarServices expands its management level
Wolfgang Gröller was appointed Chief Technical Officer at the beginning of the year and Petra Pongratz was appointed Chief Financial Officer effective March 1st. Both can draw on many years of experience in their field. Wolfgang Gröller has more than 10 years of international project experience and has been responsible for the development of the operational business and technical innovations at RadarServices since 2016. Petra Pongratz has previously worked in the management of several companies and, as a proven financial specialist, has extensive experience in the areas of accounting, controlling and human resources.
Brief Report on the current Cybersecurity Threat Situation
The experts at Europe’s largest Cyber Defence Centre keep an eye on what’s happening around the world. Looking back on the first quarter of 2019, they report on numerous vulnerabilities that can be exploited for targeted attacks.
In the first quarter, a number of serious vulnerabilities and gaps in various technology companies were identified and closed by security updates.
Cisco released a flawed security patch for their router models RV320 and RV325. Instead of fixing the vulnerabilities, they blacklisted curl (a popular command line tool for transferring data):
- CVE-2019-1652 – allows a remote attacker to inject and run admin commands on the device without a password.
- CVE-2019-1653 – allows a remote attacker to get sensitive device configuration details without a password.
Therefore, the vulnerabilities are still exploitable by simply switching tools. It is also still possible with curl because its user agent can be changed easily.
Two zero-day vulnerabilities have been found in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer that allow attackers to steal user information. A specific element can force the performance API of the browser to forward called URLs. These URLs can contain sensitive information such as user names or session/OAuth tokens. A researcher uncovered the vulnerabilities 10 months ago.
Google disclosed two zero-day vulnerabilities that were actively exploited together. One is a use-after-free vulnerability (CVE-2019-5786) in Google Chrome that was patched in version 72.0.3626.121. The other is a local privilege escalation in the Windows win32k.sys kernel driver (CVE-2019-0808) affecting Windows 7 and Server 2008. It was patched in Microsoft’s monthly update in March. When a system is affected by both vulnerabilities, they can be chained to introduce malicious code into vulnerable systems.
The Radar Academy @ Cybersecurity World Vienna picks up speed! Several partners have already taken part in the training courses in order to deepen their technical know-how under the guidance of the IT experts from RadarServices. Further training offers will follow.
Generali and RadarServices cooperate to increase security for SMEs.
Meet our experts
Our experts are at your disposal – meet them at conferences and exhibitions or talk to them in webinars online.
SAVE THE DATE!
16.05.2019, Wien: Cybersecurity World Tour – experience IT security in the heart of Vienna!
Register now: https://www.radarservices.com/de/events/cybersecurity-world-tour/
04.06.2019, Wien: Radar Pulse Conference – On the Pulse of Cybertechnology
Register now: www.radarservices.com/de/pulse
08.-10.10.2019, Nurenberg: it-sa 2019, Europe’s leading trade fair for IT security – get more information www.it-sa.de
Q1 2019 review
a short overview of the most important events we have participated in
International Cybersecurity Forum
From January 22nd to 23rd together with our partner Computacenter we were at the 11th edition of the International Cybersecurity Forum in Lille. Almost 10,000 visitors came to learn more about security solutions and products.
Swiss Cyber Security Days
From February 27th to 28th we and our partner the FL1 took part in the first edition of the Swiss Cyber Security Days in Fribourg. For the first time, the national information platform brought together authorities, companies, cybersecurity experts and an interested audience.
5.imh Annual Conference on Data Protection
The multi-day conference on data protection took place from 26th to 28th of February. Bernd Forstner, RadarServices’ Head of Offensive Security and CSIRT, spoke about pen testing as the means of choice for reviewing technical and organizational data security measures.
At the end of March Wolfgang Gröller, CTO of RadarServices, was a guest speaker at Innoteque, a conference to create, maintain and maximize an innovative ecosystem in Romania.