Hackers and insiders sneak into computers, steal data and can bring entire production facilities to their knees. Attacks from cyberspace are a real global threat, and a cyber-warfare is no less dangerous than a conventional combat. Threats are evolving to a whole new dimension since global hackers are increasingly targeting value chains.
Across the globe, governments, societies, businesses, and individuals are facing a number of critical challenges regarding cyberspace, data integrity, authenticity, confidentiality, and more often, trust. As a response to a rising number of cyber threats, an increasing number of governments are introducing cyber security strategies.
Conventional IT and IT security technologies cannot stop all attackers. Trust in key enterprises and governments are mandatory to build up secure IT and IT security technologies and solutions.
Ethics, Artificial Intelligence and the European General Data Protection Regulation
San Francisco, Apr 16, 2018
Securing the Internet of Things has become a matter of homeland security – The role of connected devices in cyberattacks
San Francisco, Feb 13, 2017
How vulnerable is the Industrial Internet to Cybercrime & Cyber Espionage?
Palo Alto, Sep 28, 2016
Cyber Security 2016
San Francisco, February 29, 2016
Palo Alto, November 4, 2015
Cyber Security 2015
San Francisco, April 20, 2015
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