How cyber-secure is Austria?
Haschek, who lives in Austria and is also a teacher and business owner, has scanned the nation’s IP addresses to see what would pop up, assessing Austria’s digital resilience.
Many IoT-devices were insufficiently secured, meaning people can access printers, watch live (security) camera feeds or view industrial controls. He concludes that many systems are accessible, and people’s awareness of what makes for sufficient security should increase.
You can read his full analysis here.
20 young people including 10 American youngsters from Albuquerque and the Navajo Nation in New Mexico will be welcomed in The Hague by Cybersprint on 21 March 2019. The young coding talents will learn how to use their coding and hacking skills in a positive way and to make the digital world safer. They will also see real life examples of how they could use these skills to increase their career opportunities. The programme is part of the CyberHeroes-week which is set up by Cyberworkplace in Rotterdam and the American Embassy in The Hague.read more
30 master students visited the HSD campus as part of the ‘Entrepreneurial Skills Course’. Cybersprint set three of the students a business challenge to solve.read more
The Minister of Health has issued an investigation to determine whether all Dutch healthcare organisations should be aligned to Z-CERT.read more
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