Butcher Wechsler and the Hackers

The latest magazine of "Die Mobliliar" focusses on artificial intelligence as well as digitalization - and take a look at cyber crime.

"Er will doch nur spielen" - this is the title of the magazine which Die Mobiliar recently published. It's about artificial intelligence, digitisation, big data, language assistants, e-sports, artificial art and cyber attacks and cyber security.

It tells the story of a butcher's shop whose server was hacked. Late deliveries, lost data, 100 hours of work - the incident cost around 20,000 francs.

But not only SMEs, but also larger companies and government organizations are often insufficiently protected against cyber crime. And the methods of attack are becoming increasingly diverse. Ivan Bütler, co-founder of Compass Security, explains that social engineering is now widespread alongside technical attacks.

 

Read the interesting articles in Die Mobiliar magazine about robots, hackers, enemies on the net, algorithms, games, passwords, etc.

"Metzger Wechsler und die Hacker"

"Er will doch nur spielen"

 

Reference:
Die Mobiliar-Magazin "Er will doch nur spielen", May 2019

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