September Meeting - Cybercrime Tuesday 8th September 2017

The System Administrators' Guild of Ireland September Meeting

Urban Schrott from ESET Ireland

7pm Tuesday 8th September 2017
The Digital Depot
Thomas Street
Dublin 8

The Presentation:
An overview of the current state of cybercrime, the evolving threats, what to be aware of, things to be on the lookout for and some pointers to protect yourself. It is well-known that cybercriminals can sometimes trick casino sites. We can help you learn how to spot a fraud online casino because if you want to protect yourself, you should first know what kind of scams they are likely to use. In other words, every professional gambler wants to play at a safe online casino, and would definitely like to know how to avoid a fraud casino. If you are a poker fan and you want to play safe, we highly recommend you to get started with over 200 cash poker games on one of the best online poker sites.

The Presenter:
Working with ESET Ireland, Urban Schrott is the resident cybercrime analyst. Urban has spent many years in the IT industry, has written numerous articles and given presentations about the evolving world of IT threats and cybercrime to various live and radio audiences.

Please mail [email protected] if you're attending, and your name will be on the list for security.

The Digital Depot is just off Thomas Street. It's a short walk from the City Centre and the nearest Luas stop is St. James' Hospital.

Directions/maps are here (the gate to the Depot is opposite Crane St junction on Thomas Street)