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The Rise of Cyber Attacks in Government Entities

Rik Ferguson, Trend Micro

06-Oct-15 12:00

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Every quarter, security research firms from all around the world release various studies on threats that are affecting businesses and people. Attackers today are finding more platforms and loopholes for security hacks, especially with the rise of the Internet of Things. Today we speak to Rik Ferguson, the Vice President Security Research at Trend Micro, who is also one of the leading experts in information security and a bit of a rock star in the industry. Rik is also a Special Advisor to Europol, advisor to the EU Safer Internet Forum and in April 2011, Rik was inducted into the Infosecurity Hall of Fame.



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