Why is it so hard to secure our computers and other devices? Will we ever be able to fix this?
Mikko give a hilarious and engaging account of the changing enemy we fight online; How organized crime gangs steal hundreds of millions and how they actually move the money without getting detected. About how nation-states are turning the internet into a battleground, with case studies about what they've done in Ukraine. He also covers what's going to happen in the future, and how we actually might see the day where we will get rid of software vulnerabilities for good.
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Messenger Of Disruptive Change: Mikko Hypponen
For most of us trying to understand the language of computer hacking is probably not unlike trying to decipher the code from The Matrix. Luckily, we have Mikko Hypponen fighting our side. Mikko is a global authority on computer security and has fought the biggest virus outbreaks on the net, including Loveletter, Blaster, Conficker and Stuxnet.
Mikko has assisted law enforcement in the US, Europe and Asia and written on his work for Scientific American, The New York Times and CNN. In 2007, PC World magazine included Mikko among the web’s. In 2011, Foreign Policy magazine included him as a Top 100 Global Thinker.
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