Alumnia | How to avoid being a victim of ransomware
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Ransomware: will your data be the next hostage?
Ransomware isn’t new, but it’s increasingly popular and profitable. Everything is becoming a computer. Your microwave is a computer that makes things hot. Your refrigerator is a computer that keeps things cold. Your car and television, the traffic lights and signals in your city and our national power grid are all computers. This is the much-hyped Internet of Things (IoT). It’s coming, and it’s coming faster than you might think. And as these devices connect to the Internet, they become vulnerable to ransomware and other computer threats.
Sign in for the keynote of 2 October if you are interested in how you can avoid to be a victim! Pieter van Houten, Corporate Information Security Officer at SHV and lecturer at the Amsterdam Business School, will show us how to avoid becoming an easy target for cyber criminals.