“Everyone of Us Should Be Afraid of Hackers”

Düsseldorf The Austrian Gerald Reischl wrote numerous books on security in the digital age, worked for years as a journalist – and later switched to a circuit board manufacturer. So he knows his way around the digital world. And he’s worried. He wrote them down in his latest book (“Internet of Crimes”).

At Handelsblatt Disrupt, he explains what mistakes private users make when using the Internet, why planes and ships are attacked more and more by hackers – and what digital dangers he sees for the healthcare system.

In addition, Handelsblatt tech reporter Larissa Holzki dealt with the question of whether more is founded in the crisis. She explains the latest figures in the podcast.

And in the end, the founder of the social enterprise Project Together, Philipp von der Wippel, explains what he plans to do with his company and how he managed to collect a small amount in the millions.

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More: The previous episode of Handelsblatt Disrupt can be found here.


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