As topics, personal data and privacy haven’t reached Billie Eilish or TikTok crowd-pleasing levels. But in today’s world everyone should be equipped with some basic knowledge on how to protect themselves and their data from intrusive surveillance and unwanted information gathering.
In this edition of the Apero we will give 10 tips on “How to survive in the digital jungle while staying nice” that anyone can use in their daily lives.
Wednesday 07/04/21, 18:30-20:00
Wednesday, March 10 sees the first Digital Privacy Apero of the year:
The first kind of malware that we will cover are the ransomware which were in the press a lot in the recent months, especially since a handful of hospitals were heavily impacted by them.
Then, we will talk about spouseware and other parental control spyware used in households and companies to spy on family members and colleagues, and how they can be compromised and leak private information.
Finally, we will learn about some state-sponsored malware that are used by governments to target journalists and activists. As a case study we will discuss the Israeli technology firm NSO and its connections to Luxembourg.
Wednesday 10/03/21, 18:30-20:00