A Message from International Security Expert Mikko Hyppönen

One of the World's Leading Experts on Internet Security Has the Info You Need Now

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Mikko is on the cutting edge of malware research and he’ll be sharing his findings at WHD.global on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 with his presentation, “The Digital Battle Against Extortionists, Scammers, Terrorists, and Spies in a World that’s Gone Online.” At this insightful session you’ll get an insider’s look at what the next killer virus might look like and how you can prepare for it now.

 

You have a limited opportunity to hear Mikko Hyppönen live and in-person — with dozens of other technology leaders from around the world at WHD.global 2017 — at no cost to you. That’s a savings of EUR 349.00! All you have to do is register with this special promo code:

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From F-Secure’s headquarters in Finland, Mikko Hypponen leads an elite team that has unearthed some of the world’s biggest online threats. Among the many viruses he’s found include the infamous Storm Worm, and the Blaster Worm which caused a severe power outage in the North-Eastern US that left 32 million people in the dark. Be has also led classified briefings on the Stuxnet worm, an enormously complex worm aimed at sabotaging Iranian nuclear enrichment facilities. He’s widely regarded in the industry and was named one of PC World’s 50 Most Important People on the Web. He’s also one of very few security researchers with a reputation that has gained mainstream attention. He was the subject of a Vanity Fair profile, and was listed in Foreign Policy’s list of Top 100 Global Thinkers. With professional experience in security research stretching back to the early 90’s, Mikko has a wealth of knowledge and continues to take a forward-looking approach as new threats emerge, and as governments, corporations and criminals become more sophisticated at using viruses as weapons of extortion, theft, fraud, and surveillance.


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