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We are Segment: Cyber Security in high schools and SMEs

By | 2018-01-24T09:22:15+00:00 23 January 2018|

Cyber Security turns to be an issue to talk about even at high schools, in the centre of Italy.

Since November 2018, Filippo Cavallarin We are Segment’s CEO – has begun to be hosted by high schools to introduce its discovery, the TorMoil, and its life as hacker.

Filippo’s first appearance was at Zuccante, one of the most renowned high schools in Venice for its excellent IT education, and the second one will be tomorrow January 25th, 2018 at Liceo Francesco Redi in Arezzo, a Science high school.

At the Tuscan high School Filippo will explain more about its bread and butter, that is Cyber Security.

The event will be held in the Auditorium at Liceo Francesco Redi and it will take from 9 am to 1 pm.

We are Segment’s CEO will go along with his Security manager & Board Member, Pawel Zorzan Urban.

In Italy the increasing IT investments trend among public and private companies, the compliance with new regulations of the EU Privacy Framework and the necessity to sensitize SME towards a cultural change are the key pillars for the Digital Transformation of the italian companies.

The change of mindset concerns even the millennials in terms of figuring out threats and risks behind surfing the web and using most of the tools it offers.

Filippo and Pawel tomorrow will be at the round table with some other important figures.

They will talk about the TorMoil discovery, Data Protection, MITM attacks and how to be protected, secured calls and chat.

After a some talks will be room for students and teachers for Q&A time. More than 250 people are expected to be present in the Auditorium.

 

Anyway, the We are Segment’s action to sensitize cultural change among SME of the province of Treviso is ongoing.  

Today, January 23rd, 2018, don’t miss the speech of Pawel Zorzan Urban at Ferrowine in Castelfranco.

The conference takes place from 4 pm to 7 pm and is about Privacy and Cyber Security: specifically stolen passwords, ransomware virus, industrial espionage.

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