Today, Rotterdam Seaport Police came to Cyberworkplace to hear one of our students presentation on how to optimize the security at the Rotterdam port. His presentation included creating a “blacklist”, “graylist” and “whitelist” to rank the security levels of different import and export companies in the port. He argued that this would not only make investigations for police easier, but also give benefits to companies who have high safety standards. Great job! 👨💻
Today, one of our students talked about the negative experience you could have with hacking. He discussed potential motives, methods, and what legal and social consequences you could face as a result of unethical hacking activities. Very educational! 💻👮♂️
In a Skype meeting, Cyberworkplace students discussed their findings on hospital vulnerabilities with our #cyberhero Jelena Milosevic. They discussed the security vulnerabilities they found in the health care sector and what steps can be taken to solve these issues.