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Crypta Labs Indy Dhami participates in BrightTALK’s Webinar on Politics and Cyber Attacks

Crypta Labs Indy Dhami participates in BrightTALK’s Webinar on Politics and Cyber Attacks: Techniques, Prevention & Influence

Date: Thursday 18th May 2017

Time: 11:00am

Register: www.brighttalk.com

 

BrightTALK’s Webinar on Politics and Cyber Attacks: Techniques, Prevention & Influence

Crypta Labs is delighted to announce their participation in BrightTALK’s Webinar on Politics and Cyber Attacks: Techniques, Prevention & Influence to discuss various technologies and strategies used by the hackers in different fields, including politics to gain benefits in terms of money and power. This webinar is relevant to those people interested in cyber security and those who wish to understand how cyber-attacks can be politically motivated or inspired.

Indy Dhami is a leading Cybersecurity expert with over 14 years of experience in consulting and operational fields at Fortune 500 and FTSE100 organisations. He has operational expertise in cyber security transformation, crisis management, audit governance, risk and compliance, risk assurance, assurance and audit.

The webinar will include discussion on cyber-attacks during the US election, the impact and increase in frequency of cyber-attacks driven by changes in the policies of major countries, and the impact on the throughput of the internet via attacks on the IoT and data leakage.

Josh Downs, Senior Content Strategy Manager and representative of BrightTALK, commented:

“Crypta Labs have been making some incredibly exciting moves in the cyber security space and we can't wait to host Indy Dhami as a featured speaker at our 2017 Securing Fintech BrightTALK Summit.”  

Indy Dhami, Director of Cyber Consulting, says: 

"I am looking forward to discussing some of the recent cyber security defence strategies against politically motivated and large-scale espionage attacks allegedly perpetrated by malevolent nation state actors".

About the Cyber Threat

The cyber attackers had targeted the US elections, which also assaulted the countrywide Internet, including different recognised websites like eBay and Netflix. It is believed that the internet hackers played dirty by leaking the official private information and documents and also tampered with the IoT systems and voting machines. 10 major states in the US also claimed that these internet sleuths had made a backdoor entry into their system. This has raised concerns regarding the authenticity of the election system and technology. 

Infected IoT devices are another major cause of concern, making the cyber-attacks more effective. Poor and ineffective security services may cause damage to the system and the hackers can enter into it and corrupt it easily. No encrypted devices and coding password make it easy for the hackers to breach the security and hack it. 

It is always advisable to find a better way to secure the system and protect it from hackers. The hackers are very intelligent and can use different ways and technologies to enter the system and leak information from it. If these hackers can enter into the state systems and high official systems then it will be much easier for them to enter the system of the novice users since they do not have much knowledge about system security. Their system can be compromised very easily.

Researchers suggest that there is a challenge for the civilization as the number of IoT devices being hacked is increasing day by day. A report by Garter Inc. suggests that 6.4 billion IoT devices were hacked in the year 2016 alone which will be increased to 20.8 billion by 2020.