Data security expert, research director, advisor and author Mikko Hyppönen offers startlingly insightful discussion about the best – and worst – things that the internet has brought to our door.
Mikko Hyppönen is Finland’s most renowned security expert. He has been investigating cybercrime for over 25 years. Hyppönen acts as advisor to EUROPOL and consults the Finnish senior government. Hyppönen has lectured at Oxford, Stanford and Cambridge Universities. Hyppönen also acts as an curator at Internet Archive malware museum.
Mikko Hyppönen is working at F-Secure. Hyppönen has been speaking, for example, in the following companies: Apple, Microsoft, Google, Siemens and Accenture. In addition to the above, he has been speaking, for example, at TED conferences and in the European Parliament. In Finland, most of its large customers are part of its customer base.
In his latest book “If It’s Smart, It’s Vulnerable” and keynotes based on it, Mikko explores the potential that the internet has for future change in the face of existential threats that promise to turn everything upside down which we love online.