Enterprise Open Source Source Event

9:00 AM – 4:15 PM | 29 June 2024 (Saturday)

The Threat of Quantum Computing To Cryptography

Join us for an illuminating event where we explore the profound implications of quantum computing on the future of cryptography. As quantum computers advance, they threaten to disrupt traditional encryption methods that secure our digital communications and data. Discover how groundbreaking algorithms like Shor’s algorithm could render current systems obsolete and learn about the urgent efforts in post-quantum cryptography to develop new, resilient security protocols. This is a unique opportunity to gain critical insights into the challenges and innovations at the forefront of cybersecurity in the quantum era. Don’t miss this chance to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving field of cryptography!
 

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Event's Highlight

Highlights & Benefits of this seminar: 

  • Learn about Elastic Security’s features and capabilities
  • Immediately put your new knowledge into practice hunt and investigate within a CTF exercise based on a real attack scenario
  • Top 1 CTF winner will be awarded with a prize, Top 2 & 3 will be awarded dedicated zoom background. This is an individual challenge; no teams

Attendee Pre-requisite

  • A computer with a fast internet connection and a modern browser (e.g., Chrome) is all that is needed.
  • An understanding of endpoint and network fundamentals is required.
  • Experience working in an IT or security operations role such as SOC or incident response analyst is strongly preferred.
  • Experience using a SIEM and knowledge of adversary tradecraft are a bonus.

Agenda

9:00 AM – 9:30 AM

Registration

9:30 AM –  9:45 AM 

Opening Remarks from ITG Enterprise OSS Community

Ryan Ching

9:45 AM – 10:30 AM

The Threat of Quantum Computing To Cryptography

Bobby Corpuz

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Networking

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Elastic Overview + Modern Observability with Elastic + AI assistant and Otel demo

Elastic Overview + Modern Observability with Elastic + AI assistant and Otel Demo

Join us for an illuminating event where we explore the profound implications of quantum computing on the future of cryptography. As quantum computers advance, they threaten to disrupt traditional encryption methods that secure our digital communications and data. Discover how groundbreaking algorithms like Shor’s algorithm could render current systems obsolete and learn about the urgent efforts in post-quantum cryptography to develop new, resilient security protocols. This is a unique opportunity to gain critical insights into the challenges and innovations at the forefront of cybersecurity in the quantum era. Don’t miss this chance to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving field of cryptography!
 

Elastic Event

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Networking (Lunch)

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Elastic Security : Capture the Flag Workshop

Michael Calizo

4:00 PM – 4:15PM

Closing Remarks

Ryan Ching

Speakers

Ryan Ching
Regional Technology Manager,
IT Group, Inc.

As a Technology Manager, he assesses market trends and available technology to solve enterprise challenges, including successfully piecing together Enterprise Open Source Technology for a Core Banking System. Ryan is actively involved in digital transformation initiatives, specializing in dev-ops and toolchains, and sharing his knowledge through occasional article postings.

Michael Calizo
Principal Customer Architect APJ, Elastic

Mike Calizo is Elastic's Principal Customer Architect for APJ and is based in Canberra, Australia. With a proven record of success in executing strategic plans to meet company objectives through thought leadership and customer support. Mike is highly skilled in creating a cross-functional and collaborative environment to implement business initiatives by improving workflow efficiency with the aim of delivering business results. Mike is also an active contributor to publications like Opensource.com and Red Hat's Enable Architect publication as one of the global advisors. He is an active contributor to the open-source community and regularly publishes IT-related content through his PaNZit Professional podcas

Bobby Corpuz
Technical Architect, President OneQuantum Philippines

Our vision is to be a global force for good in Quantum Tech and support humanity's transition into the quantum era in an inclusive way, enabling everyone to contribute, grow and make a positive impact. Our mission it to accomplish this by providing a global community with local chapters, professional mentoring, career opportunities and quantum tech skills.

Jop Cornelio Jr.
Managing Director for PH, IT Group, Inc.

Edison Superable
Head of Sales, IT Group, Inc.

Got questions?

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