The E-espionage is not a new topic, but COVID has given it a completely new direction - Computer 2000

The InfoSec 2021 SEE Regional Cyber Security Forum Attracts More and More World Top Experts and Visionaries.

 

Interview with the General Manager of Computer 2000 Bulgaria – Ms. Anelia Kostadinova, main host and organizer of the InfoSec SEE series of annual events.

Q: Ms. Koctadinova, the significance of cyber security is even more often mentioned among businesses and experts in the COVID-19 pandemic times. As a person who has been observing the IT security landscape for years, how did the hacks and attack developed and changed in the last year and a half, what are the new tendencies we face?

A: 2020 was the year of the big changes! All companies have been forced to change their traditional way of working, which is becoming more and more common in the field. This trend of “working from any point” had its price – an additional “pizza” for the cyber security of the organizations. Over the past 2020, cyber-criminals have won more than one trillion dollars worldwide, targeting large and small businesses. It is an interesting fact that 28% of businesses, successfully attacked by cyber-criminals in 2020, are in the category of “small business” according to the report of 2020. This is a new trend and small and medium-sized businesses need to take into account the fact that their business is also a goal. Read the whole interview here.

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After the unprecedented success of the event in 2020, the hotel Riu Pravets Golf & Spa was again chosen as the location for the InfoSec 2021 conference, and the organizers again took care to secure free transport from Sofia to the hotel for both days of the conference.

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