Companies no longer ask themselves whether they will be victims of a cyberattack, but rather when they will be attacked. The system for managing a cyber crisis cannot be treated in the same way as "normal" crisis management, such as environmental crises. Failure to differentiate between types of crises can have disastrous consequences. Two biologists and computer scientists will discuss the specific traits of these two types of crises - which are so similar to other types of crises, but yet so different...
Guillaume Terradot is a doctoral student at the University of Edinburgh in Life Science Modelling. These modelling skills also allow him to work on social phenomena. For several years he’s been teaching a course at The Centre for Interdisciplinarity Research (Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires – CRI)
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