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Computer security researcher Mikko Hypponen has been hunting hackers since 1991. Join us to hear his insights and stories on computer security history. Mikko will also tell us where we are today, and where we will be going in the future. But the real question is: how are we ever going to secure ten billion new devices that will be going online over the next decade?
We can't expect everyone to be an expert and we shouldn't put the responsibility on people who can't handle it. Some people can and most here but what about our mothers or grandmothers. So we shouldn't put the responsibility on people who can't handle it, we should take the responsibility away from them and put it where it belongs...and it belongs to Operating system manufacturers. It belongs to Operators and Telcos that provides the connectivity that brings the problem to it's users and it belongs to Security companies.
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19:00. A too common behavior and even I seen the exact same in several companies. The Stuxnet evidence online was hillarious.
 

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At first I thought everyone has an equal responsibility but than you read this and you realize "hey not all people have no problem using and differentiating software" Its kinda painful and it makes you sad that someone might get in huge trouble for lack of knowledge.
 
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