may, 2017

3may6:00 pm- 8:00 pmEvent OverFeaturedCyber Security Threats: Don't you be the next easy target6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Event Organized By: Sydney Democracy Network & Ukraine Democracy Initiative

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Co-hosted with the Ukraine Democracy Initiative, Ukraine Studies Foundation in Australia and the Australia-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce

Ransomware, malware, phishing, viruses, spam, hijacking, trojans and hacking – a non-exhaustive list of threats we are facing every day, without knowing it.

Someone might be ransacking your phone or bank account right now. Do you know how a cyber attack could harm your business, or private life?

Hacking may seem mysterious, but understanding what it is and what you can do to avoid it helps you to stay safe.

Hacking is a huge, growing business, cyber criminals can easily target almost everyone in the world. The goal is still the same: to get as much money as possible, as easily as possible, with as little risk as possible. Today, crime has radically changed with the Internet and online technology, cyber criminals have become highly organised and efficient. They are faster in taking up new innovations than we are. Stealing money from millions of people around the world in one particular moment may sound impossible but it is surprisingly easy for hackers, with innovations and automated tools. And moreover – WE ALLOW THEM TO DO THIS TO US.

The battle against the cybercriminals, who are trying to “infect” you and your business, is very similar to the fight of medical doctors against human diseases. It’s much more important in both cases, to prevent the infection before it spreads widely.

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Your cyber security must be strengthened today, not tomorrow.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Dr Oleksandr Kyselevskyi is one of the founders, acting managing partner, Member of Supervisory Board and Chief Scientific Advisor of the Intecracy Group in Ukraine. He has extensive experience and scientific research in the fields of applied mathematics, mathematical modelling; telecommunications; complex systems control, modelling & optimisation; IT security/cyber security; cryptography and its applications (including technologies of full information cryptographic protection).

His background includes his work at the Institute of Mechanics of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics (Senior Researcher, Scientific Adviser), Associated Professor of the Department of General Mathematic; National University of Annaba (Algeria).  Professor of the Department of Mathematics and Informatics, Scientific Advisor of Postgraduate studies.

Time

(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Philosophy Room S249

Southern Vestibule; Lobby D; level 2 (ground), Quadrangle Building, University of Sydney

Organizer

Sydney Democracy Network & Ukraine Democracy Initiative

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