(Munich) Executive Education

General Cybersecurity Conference  August 8, 2018 | Munich, Germany Cybersecurity Conference Description This is a ONE-DAY conference for Managers, Senior Managers, Executives and Board of Directors across all industries. Introduces attendees to the most relevant cybersecurity topics to ensure they have the knowledge to make more informed decisions and better manage…

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​New Zealand to #refresh #cybersecurity #strategy

New Zealand Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has announced a refresh to the country’s three-year-old cybersecurity strategy amid concerns of a growing threat landscape. The New Zealand government will be refreshing its approach to cybersecurity, giving a facelift to its existing Cyber Security Strategy and Action Plan…

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Cyber-Security #Attacks Already #Happening in #Business #Aviation

While the commercial aviation industry is struggling to even acknowledge threats to cybersecurity, the business aviation industry has already experienced attacks, according to Josh Wheeler, Satcom Direct director, entry into service. “The attacks are happening while the aircraft is airborne,” Wheeler explained. “The attacks, just like the ones that corporations…

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Asia Joint Conference on Information Security (AsiaJCIS)

General Cybersecurity Conference  August 8 – 9, 2018 | Guilin, China Cybersecurity Conference Description The Asia Joint Conference on Information Security (AsiaJCIS) will be held in Guilin, China. The focus of this conference is on the technical and practical aspects of the security applications. The conference will serve as a forum…

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Nigerian #man pleads #guilty to #scamming #businesses out of #millions by #posing #online as a #supervisor

A Nigerian man pleaded guilty Wednesday for his role in one of the nation’s longest-running internet scams, admitting to stealing millions of dollars from businesses who fell victim. Onyekachi Emmanuel Opara would contact companies posing as either one of their executives or a third-party vendor, then trick employees into sending…

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