23.11.2023: A Journey Through Ethical Hacking Secrets - 2nd Edition (in collaboration with NVISO)

Workshop of the Career Service in collaboration with NVISO.

With a never-ending flow of digital attacks against hospitals, financial institutions, governments, and civilians, the need to understand how those attacks work is as critical for ethical hackers as it is for the general public.During this training, we will work together to hack a computer in a simplified but realistic fashion. If you follow me through this journey, you will learn how social media, AI and psychology can be used in simple and effective ways to gain access to private computers and data.

Goals of the workshop:

At the end of the workshop, you will be familiar with the tools and methods used by criminals and know how not to fall into their traps.

For the very first time, we will also teach how AI is used in advanced scam scenarios and test your ability to spot a deep fake.

Finally, you will discover the many cybersecurity roles and career paths emerging to protect vulnerable people and institutions.


- How are online tools and social media used to profile someone?

- What is phishing and how it works in the age of AI?

- Why you probably have a weak password and how to crack it?

- How would a hacker take over the Goethe University?

- How the cybersecurity community fights back and how you can join it


- Open Source Intelligence

- Email Phishing

- Password Cracking

- AI

- Q&A and your own experience of cyber scams and hacking


Baptiste Audidier graduated three years ago with a master's in electronics and has worked since then for the firm NVISO. He is specialized in Vulnerability Management and works directly with clients to improve their security posture.


NVISO is the rising star of cybersecurity having its headquarters in Frankfurt and offices in Munich, Vienna, Brussels, and Athens. With the ambition to protect Europe's most critical institutions, NVISO focuses on hiring and training people with a keen interest in security and the ability to learn new exciting skills quickly.

Target audience:

This workshop is addressed to everyone, with no previous knowledge required.

It might be of special interest to people studying IT topics. Please note that the training will be delivered in English.

Registration: Follow the link here

Date: Thu, 23.11.2023, 17:00–18:30 o´clock


Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main/Campus Westend
Raum: Seminarhaus, SH 3.104
Max-Horkheimer-Str. 4
60629 Frankfurt am Main