14th CENTR Security workshop
Maze Street 56,
Tel Aviv, Israel
- 1. Opening, welcome, what will we learn today
- 2. Host presentation
3. Benchmarking health .se domains
(Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder, .se)
4. Advanced Breach Detection
(Ori Bach, Trapx)
(John Crain, ICANN)
- Coffee break
6. Value Driven Threat Modeling
(Avi Douglen, Bounce Security)
7. Security Maturity Model update
(Kristof Tuyteleers, .be)
8. Certificate limitation Profile: a proposal to change certificate verification
(Dmitry Belyavsky, .ru)
9. GDPR and ISMS
(Sylvie Lacep, .fr)
10. Data Security KPI
(Amit Koren, Innosec)
11. The Adventures of Anti Virus and the Leaky Sandbox
(Amit Klein, Safebreach)
- Coffee break
- 12. Elections
13. Security update .pt
(Ricardo Pires, .pt)
14. Domain take over opportunities
(Ulrich Wisser, .se)
- 15. Round Red
Maze Street 56
Boutique art hotel, located near the famous Rothschild Boulevard in the heart of Tel Aviv. The beach is a 2 km walk away.
Rooms at EUR 170,- or EUR 190,- per night according to preference. Included in the room rates are breakfast, WiFi and VAT.
To book your room please use this reservation link .
On 5 November at 20:00 ISOC-IL kindly welcomes all participants to the workshop by offering a cocktail reception at the rooftop of the meeting venue.
On the evening of 6 November all attendees are invited to an informal dinner starting at 19:30.
The dinner will be held at restaurant
Hatachana - The station compound
2 Yehazkel Koifman ST.
We gather in the lobby of the Diaghilev hotel at 18:50 from where we'll walk together to the restaurant.
On 7 November, the day after the workshop, ISOC-IL have organised a unique visit to CERT-IL and the national Cyber campus in Beer-Sheva:
08:30 departure from the hotel
10:00-12:00 Presentation by CERT-IL and visit at the facility
13:00-15:00 Visit at CyberSpark – presentation of the CyberSpark concept and meeting with some cybersecurity startups located there
16:00 Back to Tel-Aviv (or dropped of at Ben-Gurion airport, which is on the way back)
Visa & arrival instructions
Please note that all visitors to Israel must hold a passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the date they enter the Country. Individuals from countries which require an entry visa to Israel should contact the Israeli Embassy/Consulate in their home country to obtain a visa. For a list of Israeli offices abroad and for more information about Israeli visa requirements, please refer to the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
Personal invitations will be supplied by the Conference Secretariat, upon request, to participants from countries that require an entry visa to Israel. All requests for personal invitations should be sent on the official letterhead of the applicants' company/organization to email@example.com.
Important note for tourists continuing from Israel on to Arab countries (except Egypt and Jordan):
It is recommended that you request that an Israeli stamp not appear on your passport.
You must notify the passport control officer of your request before your documents are stamped.
Note: Passport and visa requirements may change on short notice. Travelers are advised to check entry requirements with the Israeli Embassy/Consulate or with their travel agent prior to departure.
For any question relating to visas, please contact the Conference Secretariat at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information regarding security checks and borders control you can visit the Israel Airport Authority.