Experienced hackers are wanted for immediate recruitment…

For students studying internet safety at Zurich's ETI University, the violation of networks and computers is part of the curriculum. Students learn how to violate Internet and mobile networks in "wireless e-war" and "modern malware" lessons that are designed to help students learn how to prevent internet attacks. The number of students enrolled in the postgraduate program "Information Security" has tripled compared to 2009.


Demand for cyber security specialists is growing, as companies such as Deutsche Telecom and ABB hire more specialists in their efforts to ward off threats to their networks and products. Cybersecurity has become an industry with a volume of 60 worth USD billion a year, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers, while concern about Internet attacks has increased due to the revelation that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has a mass monitoring program and watched German mobile phone chancellor Angela Merkel. "Her case NSA was the bell, though at the same time companies realize that there are many more internet criminals, "says Jürgen Corp, head of cyber security at Deutsche Telecom.

The percentage of companies reporting 10 million or more losses due to attacks on the Internet has increased 51% from 2011, according to a 9.600 survey conducted by 115 countries conducted by XNUMX. PwC. Approximately 7% of respondents replied that their company was subject to cyber attack. If a hacker wants to go out of business, more and more governments are trying to shield their networks today.

Source: kathimerini.gr

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