Cybercrime.Cybercrime means the totality of all criminal attacks performed by usage of electronic media in the broadest sense. Typical forms of attacks are theft, fraud, extortion as well as espionage and sabotage.
Imagine, you have logged into your E-Banking and are shocked to see that a six-digit amount is missing on one of your accounts, and that this amount had been transferred to a recipient abroad unbeknownst to you. How could that happen? What has to be done? Who is responsible? Who has to bear the risk?
At the BEESAFE seminary, on 12 April 2019, within only 90 minutes, important strategies for technical and legal prevention of cyber-attacks will be presented. Moreover, there will be shown how to react once an attack has taken place, in order to avoid further damage and to enable criminal prosecution.
It is shown by a "Live Hack", how fast cyber-attacks are deployed and how dangerous they may be.
|Date:||12th of April 2019|
|10.35||Cyber-attack categories of hackers and defense options; "Live Hack" in parallel,
Christian Fichera, Cyber Security Director, wizlynx group
|11.10|| Legal aspects and questions of responsability in cyber-attacks,
Lukas Rich, Attorney at law, LL.M., BEELEGAL
|11.30||Criminal prosecution in the case of an attack; how to proceed correctly;
Stephan Walder, Competence Center Cybercrime, Public Prosecutor's Office II of the Canton of Zurich
|12.00||Buffet lunch and exchange of ideas; networking|
|14.00||End of event|