First encrypt, then blackmail

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Cyber attacks on organizations can be categorized into four different groups. Ivan Bütler tells at Zürichsee-Zeitung what these are.

 

The Zürichsee-Zeitung interviewed Gregor Seiler, he is encryption expert at IBM in Rüschlikon and is researching in quantum computers.

In keeping with this topic, Compass co-founder Ivan Bütler lists the four main intentions of cyber attacks on networks.

 

You can download the two articles (in German) as PDF files here:

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