2019/10/30  |  Akvárium club

We invite you to our full day event on October 30th! As you know, October is cyber defense month! To top it off, we want to launch an annual conference series called Security Operation Center Summit (SOCSummit) for large companies, industry, service providers, government organizations. 

For the first time, it will be held on October 30, 2019, and its theme is exclusively SOC organizations and systems. Our presentations guide interested clients, primarily IT security decision-makers and IT security professionals, from the formulation of the SOC requirement through to implementation.

Lectures and roundtable talks await you!

Thanks to all of our promoters and partners that made this day possible. 

They deserve a grand applause! 


About the event

Defense Pro Hungary 2019.



Hope we will meet you there!


Nigel Ng (RSA) 

Title of the presentation: Securing the Worlds digital DNA

Nigel Ng is the Vice President of International, covering APJ and EMEA, for RSA.In this role, Nigel is responsible for building and expanding the company's global business, focusing on the innovations that help RSA’s customers take a business-driven approach to security.

Gábor Luky (Ixia)

Gábor Luky is a Network Pre-Sales Engineer at Arrow ECS Ltd., engaged over 10 years with wired and wireless network technologies. He is responsible for technical and commercial support for Keysight - Ixia Network Visibility solutions at Arrow ECS. In recent years, he has supported resellers in design and implementation of several Network Visibility solutions.

Gábor Szabó

Title of the presentation: SOC Maturity Assessment – Measurement based development approach to get your SOC to the next level

Cyber Defence Advisor & Cyber Security Technologist. In the last 15 years Gabor Szabo held various leader positions at global organizations from the Financial and Industrial sectors in the fields of Cyber Security Operations, Management and Engineering. Gabor has proven records in designing, implementing and operating IT / OT (industrial) Security Operations Centers.

Nearly 25 years in IT, over 8 years in IT secure, transparent, over 3 years in leadership of NISZ SOC. From system economy, I tested myself in a SOC controlled, governmental sector, a multi-national Hungarian corporation operating in Hungary and most of all NISZ. My goal is to look for continuous challenges.

Gábor Sági (NISZ)

Title of the presenatiton: How they attack government systems - a fictionalized story

Title of the presentation: Network Visibility – Eliminating blindspots

Zoltán Balázs (IT Researcher)

Title of the presentation: Fairy tale in black and white 

Previously, he was CTO for 6 years at a British antivirus and security testing firm. Prior to that, he worked for Erste Bank for 5 years as an IT security expert and then for 2 years as a senior IT security consultant at Deloitte. His main areas of expertise are ethical hacking, malicious code analysis, computer forensics and log analysis.


Harri Ruuttila (Demisto)

Title of the presentations: SOAR, how to do more with less?

Harri Ruuttila is a cyber security expert with over a decade of experience working with latest cyber security innovations. He holds a MSc degree in Computer Science. At his current role at Palo Alto Networks working as Solutions Architect he focuses on Palo Alto Networks Cortex technologies which help customers detect, analyze and respond in automated fashion to threats. In the past he has worked extensively with the Palo Alto Networks platform and other leading security vendors.

Dr. Boldizsár Bencsáth (Ukatemi)

Title of Presentation: Ichidoku - increased network visibility and beyond

Boldizsár Bencsáth (PhD) received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Hungary in 2000 and 2009, respectively. He also earned the M.Sc. degree in economics from the Budapest University of Economics. From 1999, he is member of the Laboratory of Cryptography and Systems Security (CrySyS). His research interests are in network security, including targeted attacks, DoS attacks, spam, malware, botnets, and security of virtualization and embedded systems. Boldizsár reported more new CVEs by own research.


Lee Kirkpatrick  (RSA)

Title of Presentation: RSA Incident Response (IR) Threat Hunting in RSA NetWitness Network


Lee Kirkpatrick is a Senior Consultant for the NetWitnessIncident Response/ Discovery (IR/D) Practice at RSA.  In this capacity, Lee is responsible for delivering holistic incident response services using state of the art host and network based tools. Using these tools, combined with advanced methodologies, Lee is able to assist clients obtain situational awareness and rapidly identify threats as part of tacticalresponse to intrusions involving sophisticated adversaries that target intellectual property and other critically sensitive data.


In our event, you can collect ISACA CPE point!

János Sopuch (MOL)

Janos Sopuch has been working in MOL Group Cyber Defense Center since its establishment. He actively participated in building and improvement of CDC, and he currently works as Attack Monitoring and Incident Response Manager. He has worked in different positions in information security for over a decade, and before he switched to information security he worked as an Application Developer for different companies.

Title of Presentation: Cyber Defense - Improve Detection Capability


Balázs Szekeres  (Erste)

Title of Presentation: Use of Key Risk Indicators in Incident Management


André Pinto Gomes (MOL)

Title of the presentation: Incident Response Process in practice

André Pinto is a Cyber Security Incident Response Expert at MOL Group. Previously he was a researcher/developer in Portugal Telecom, the largest telecommunications company in Portugal, where he originates from. He is currently part of a team that acts in all stages of Cyber Security Incident Response in IT and OT environments. His professional interests are Incident Response and Digital Forensics.

Arthur Dinevich (Skybox)

Title of Presentation: Cyber Risk Management Made Simple

Arthur Dinevich has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry as an Information Security Practioner. He has a solid knowledge around Cyber Risk Management after staying with Skybox for over 16 years as the Technical Director for Eastern Europe, Israel and CIS.


Andrea Polereczki (WITSEC)

Title of Presentation: The fifty shades of SOC: our new lifechanging wish,
the narrowband…


Andrea is a teamworker negotiator and expert IT security officer who is a former military ITC (NATO S6) leader. Led different projects to successfully comply the NATO STANAG, PCI DSS, GDPR and regulatory requirements as an IT security leader in different companies. A regular sportsman and a really fan of TRX. A dedicated enviromentalist, a successfull household manager with an active geocaching skills.


Small Room

Title  of the presentationPresenter

14:0014:20Incident Response Process in practiceAndré Pinto Gomes - MOL
14:2014:40Cyber Defense - Improve Detection CapabilityJános Sopuch - MOL ATT&AC OT usecase
14:4015:00Use of Key Risk Indicators in Incident ManagementBalázs Szekeres - Erste Bank
15:0015:20Fairy tale in black and whiteZoltán Balázs - IT security researcher
Coffee break

15:4016:00How they attack government systems - a fictionalized storyGábor Sági - NISZ 
16:0016:20The fifty shades of SOC: our new lifechanging wish, the narrowband…"Andrea Polereczki - Witsec
16:2017:00Roundtable discussion: The most important questions around SOC
Closing the conference

Great Hall

Title of the presentationPresenter
9:3010:15Welcome speech - Securing the Worlds digital DNA
Nigel Ng -
10:1510:45SOC Growing up
Péter Sajó - 
Corné Van Rooij
10:4511:15Increased network visibility and beyond -
 monitoring OT world
Dr. Boldizsár Bencsáth - 
Coffee break

11:4512:15SOC Maturity AssessmentGábor Szabó
RSA Incident Response Overview
Lee Kirkpatrik - 

14:0014:30SOAR, how to do more with less? Harri Ruuttila -

14:3015:00Cyber Risk Management Made SimpleArthur Dinevich - Skybox
15:0015:30Network Visibility - Eliminating blindspotsGábor Luky 
- Ixia
Coffee break

15:4016:00Secure the Future - Cortex XDRHarri Ruuttila - PaloAlto

Secure the Future - Cortex XDR


Corné van Rooij (RSA)

EMEA Lead MSSP Business at RSA. Corné van Rooij is leading the Managed Security Services Provider business at RSA for EMEA. He is now 24 years active in the cyber security world and seen the market get more mature as well as the threats evolve, from single hacks to more and more nation state sponsored attacks.Prior to joining RSA in the MSSP role end of 2018, Corné was VP Product Management at iWelcome, a European IDaaS vendor and before that he worked already at RSA for 11 years in regional management roles.

Péter Sajó (EURO ONE)

Title of their presentation: SOC Growing up