We Got Hacked! Helping Your Organization Avoid This Fate
Two years ago, KBOO suffered a website breach/hack from cryptocurrency miners. Jenka Soderberg and Gaba Rodriguez will share the lessons they learned from the attack and will offer tips on how you can better secure your website and/or online presence. Most smaller organizations, such as radio stations, non-profits, and small businesses, often depend on just
one or two people to maintain their sites. This can be both a good and bad thing. As a result of the breach, Jenka, Gaba, and other KBOO personnel learned some techniques to lock everything down and keep their systems secure — even with limited resources!
Join us for a great presentation about their experience along with a discussion of ways to help you prevent a hack of your own systems!
Session Type60 minute session
- Conduct a security/vulnerability assessment of their organization's technology
- Identify the most vulnerable and most mission-critical technology to protect
- Prioritize and triage in order to maximize security without getting overwhelmed
Target AudienceIT Techs, IT Decision Makers, Managers, Website Managers
Web & New Media Coordinator
Jenka Soderberg joined KBOO Community Radio in 2007, after helping to organize Indymedia Centers across the US. As News Director, she helped develop a curriculum and training schedule for the news staff, volunteers and other station employees. Her focus continues to be on the dismantling of the capitalist structures that hold society in a state of continuous war, and empowering communities to take action for their own self-determination.
Good fellow all around. Organize, board member, tech consultant