As a speaker, you’re quite dependent on digital technology. What is your risk of a cyberattack, and how bad would that be for you?
Is there anything you need to do to stay safe? If you’re anything like my regular audiences you’re overwhelmed with all sorts of advice but you’re not like my regular audiences.
Speakers are special, with some special needs. At the same time, you are very much like my regular audiences in that you want simple non-technical guidelines and clear answers – no long lists of things you should or shouldn’t do.
In this session, Peter will give you just (what he thinks) a speaker needs.
It will be more of a discussion than a presentation, where he’ll try to answer your questions, share crime stories, and discuss our common security challenges.
No need to worry, but you might want to take a few actions to make sure you will stay in business.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Peter studied computer science and theatre, started out as a programmer and an improv player, then moved on to cyber security and speaking. Mostly speaking about cyber security – or actually, cybercrime, which is the other side of the medal but provides much better stories. He’s been a strategic advisor for the Dutch National High Tech Crime Unit for 10 years, working with Interpol, Europol, Microsoft, the FBI, and even the FSB. Since 2017 he is a full-time speaker and MC.