Let’s say your network access gets shut off from the rest of the world due to a catastrophic event. Whether it is a natural disaster, an armed conflict, a decision of an authoritarian regime or your connection is just squeezed to a trickle by overzealous network restriction and power grid issues; how secure will you be and for how long? In this episode of ESET Research Podcast, Aryeh Goretsky and Cameron Camp look at this scenario and its implications for the cybersecurity of one’s devices.
Host: Aryeh Goretsky, ESET Distinguished Researcher
Guests: Cameron Camp, ESET Specialized Security Engineer
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