A cyber attack: advice and tips about how to deal with and how to prevent it
The metal industry is very vulnerable to cyber crime. This is the result of a study by the Haagse Hogeschool commissioned by the Koninklijke Metaalunie. In recent years, one in five companies within the sector has fallen victim to a cyber incident. The consequences are large: direct financial damage, data loss, image damage and loss of time. The risk scan that the Cybersecurity Center for Manufacturing Industry has developed for companies within the manufacturing industry provides insight into which information and systems are crucial within your organization, where the most important cybersecurity risks lie and how you should reduce the risks.
But what if you have become a victim of cyber crime? What should you do and what should you not do? The Meetup Cybersecurity provides concrete advice about how to deal with cyber attacks and how to prevent it.
The speakers of the meetup on January 9th:
- Henk-Jan Angerman is an ethical hacker at Secwatch. As ethical hacker you break into computer systems to detect errors and security breaches. Henk-Jan takes you into the world of cyber crime. He shows how cyber criminals work so that you can prepare for this.
- Gerben Klein Baltink works for MKB Cyber Advies, an advice company for SMEs on improving their digital security. During the meetup, Gerben gives concrete advice on what to do if you unexpectedly become a victim of cyber crime.
CYBERSECURITY CENTER FOR THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
Novel-T develops the Cybersecurity Center for the Manufacturing Industry with FME, Metaalunie, VMO, OostNL and CIO platform. The mission of this center is to increase the resilience of manufacturing companies against digital threats by sharing knowledge and connecting parties. Read more about the Cybersecurity Center for the Manufacturing Industry and the possibilities to join in this center.
The meetup takes place in Building N at the High Tech Systems Park in Hengelo.
Register for the Meetup Cybersecurity
Do you want to participate in the meetup on the 9th of January 2020? Sign up by filling in the form below.