an integrated bio-evolutionary approach to information security

An integrated bio-evolutionary approach to information security

Eh’den (Uri) Biber

I must admit I was surprised when I got the message from RSA Conferences telling me they had turned down my proposal for a talk in their upcoming event. As someone who has been working in the industry for a while and who follows lectures in conferences (both hackers and industry) I knew that my ideas are different from where “most of what’s out there”, but anyone who knows you personally can tell you I’ve always been “different than most of what’s out there”, so it made sense 🙂
Still, I find it hard to believe that in an industry that is driven by a constant change people will refuse to consider a different approach to the subject. When submitting I’ve scanned other proposals, and none of them (from what I saw) seems to present a different thinking on the subject of information security like I was planning to show.

So here it is, the proposal I submitted to RSA, which they turned down. I will let you decide for yourself if that’s something you would like to hear about, and I’m looking forward to your comments and ideas…

Short description:

Organizations are similar to living organisms but instead of a body and a brain they utilize employees and technologies.
This lecture will show how the ongoing research in biology, neurology, bio-chemistry, mathematics and behavioural science can help you tackle both internal challenges as well as external threats in order to allow your organization to thrive and survive in an ever changing world.


Interested to learn how your organization can survive and thrive in the ever changing world using science domains such as biology, mathematics, neurology and behaviour science? This lecture is for you!