Landingpage Hero21
Webinar Recording

How Red Bull deals with cyber threats

23 September 2021

One measure to prevent hacker attacks is to find vulnerabilities earlier than the attackers. Red Bull relies on a whole range of activities: security assessments, red teaming, a bug bounty program and vulnerability scanning ensure that the majority of all vulnerabilities can be fixed early.

In this webinar, Jimmy Heschl, Head of Digital Security at Red Bull, gives an overview of

In the expert talk that follows, Jimmy Heschl, Thomas Snor and Wolfgang Schwabl talk about vulnerability management in practice.

how effective vulnerability scanning can be
how risks are (re)assessed and addressed at Red Bull
how to deal with a system not being patched by those responsible


Jimmy heschl portrait 600x600

Jimmy Heschl

As Head of Digital Security (CISO) at Red Bull, Jimmy Heschl is considered one of the top experts in cyber security. He is also a board member of the Austrian chapter of ISACA, the global association for information technology governance and auditing, and a lecturer at universities and colleges and speaker at events. Professionally, he spent ten years in auditing and consulting with Big 4 companies and has more than 20 years of operational IT experience with nationally and internationally known companies and leading brands.

Portrait thomas snor 600x600 3

Thomas Snor

With Thomas Snor, A1 Digital has an expert in security on board to offer customers optimal protection and secure service. He has more than 20 years of professional experience in the field of information security and has already managed complex information security solutions in the DACH area as a consultant. Most recently, Thomas Snor, whose core competencies include the development and provision of security solutions for companies, was responsible for the Austrian market at NTT Security.

Wolfgang schwabl portrait 600x600

Wolfgang Schwabl

Wolfgang Schwabl is Chief Security Officer at A1 and studied Technical Physics & Computer Science at the Vienna University of Technology. After gaining his first work experience, he joined mobilkom austria in 1996. There he managed IT expansion and was responsible for data security. He moved to Telekom Austria in 2010. Since 2015 Mr. Schwabl has been Cyber Security Officer and since May 2021 Chief Security Officer for A1.