Automated Pentesting & Ransomware Readiness

Achieve continuous validation of security policy and measures

Webinar  | To Be Announced |  45 minutes

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Pentesting is often seen as an action that has to be performed every once in a while, usually to meet certain requirements of standard frameworks.

A necessary evil to anticipate audits, which once a year provides too many alerts and recommendations that are hard to fit into the release calendar. Outside of that, it’s a challenge to bring aboard the right pentesters. Even if you find a good one, the quality of the pentest strongly depend on the specific skills and experience of this one person.

Automated pentesting offers a solution for this challenge. During the webinar we’ll talk about:

  • how automated pentesting constantly simulates the most various attack techniques;

  • why automated hacking does not pose a risk for business continuity;

  • how it delivers reports with measures that have to be implemented;

  • how a combination of pentesting and policy ensures your security level remains in order throughout the year.


In the last couple of years the amount of ransomware attacks all over the globe have been increased dramatically. Sure we are all ransomware aware, but how confident are you that your organization is ransomware ready?

During this webinar we will also cover the Ransomware Readiness Assessment.

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Target Audience

CIO’s, Risk officers, Risk managers, CRO’s, CISO’s, CDO’s, CPO’s, Security Architects, IT-Managers and Technology leaders

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prof. Yuri Bobbert

Webinar host: Yuri Bobbert

Prof. Yuri Bobbert is ON2IT’s CISO. Before joining ON2IT, Bobbert was the Global Chief Information Security Officer at NN Group (Nationale Nederlanden). Next to his work at ON2IT, Bobbert is also a professor at the Antwerp Management School, where his team focuses on Cyberrisk & Security research and education. He obtained his PhD at the University of Antwerp and Radboud University with his thesis Improving the Maturity of Business Information Security.