Threats from Economical Improvement: Why the Economy in Emerging Countries Can Pose as a Threat to Cyber Security
by Rochester Security Summit on Oct 24, 2010
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Baseline projections envisage the BRICs overtaking the U.S. economy by 2018. As a result, a new mid-class is emerging within the population and the access to computers and e-commerce are advancing in ...
Baseline projections envisage the BRICs overtaking the U.S. economy by 2018. As a result, a new mid-class is emerging within the population and the access to computers and e-commerce are advancing in the same wave, generating threats based on a large base for new cyber criminals and also new victims with little or no knowledge of computer security. This presentation will show how this scenario is being studied and the next steps for developing a more comprehensive analysis of the root causes and proposed actions to change the increase of cyber crime from these sources.
Eduardo Vianna de Camargo Neves
Eduardo has been an Information Security professional and enthusiast since 1997. His work experience includes extensive knowledge in meeting compliance requirements in large scale regulated organizations, business continuity planning and disaster recovery, risk assessment and management, team management, and security awareness for different audiences in the consumer goods market. After eight years in the corporate environment, Eduardo realized an old dream and founded his own consulting company. As an entrepreneur, he is working to deliver first class services in IT Security with specialized products and services for network and application security.
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