Learn cybersecurity basics with these essential videos from the LIFARS’s Experts.
Practical Cybersecurity Tips for Individuals and Business from Ondrej Krehel, CEO & Founder of LIFARS.
Ondrej Krehel actively participates in many high-profile engagements around the world whereby his proprietary methodology is leveraged to achieve the most rapid root-cause analysis and remediation.
Cyberspace and its underlying infrastructure are vulnerable to a wide range of risk stemming from both physical and cyber threats and hazards.
How ID thieves could steal your identity from a selfie.
It’s the trending selfie-pose, the backward peace sign. But experts say this sign is now a thumbs up for cyber thieves to steal your identity.
Digital Forensics expert Ondrej Krehel says your innocent digit display can be cropped, edited, printed, and lifted into a clear fingerprint – an exact replica of your unique ID.
“You don’t realize your fingers are exposed,” said author and founder of CyberScout, Adam Levin. Levin says it’s called ‘print-swiping.’ The risk is rising as we move into a more bio-metric tech society, as companies are now using your eyes or your prints to unlock phones, apps and even your credit card or bank account.
Sophisticated cyber actors and nation-states exploit vulnerabilities to steal information and money and are developing capabilities to disrupt, destroy, or threaten the delivery of essential services.
LIFARS is an industry leader that develops tactics for a proactive mindset against security threats. We provide penetration testing that reveals a company’s vulnerability which lets us create powerful proactive services.
We offer incident response plans for the most common cybersecurity threats and work to anticipate tomorrow’s attacks today.
Digital security is a key.
Cybersecurity investigator and LIFARS Founder Ondrej Krehel interview to Slovak TV.
LIFARS founder LIFARS Founder Ondrej Krehel on QuBit cyber security Conference in Prague.
Cyber attacks often target city management, Prague is an ideal destination for cyber attacks, especially from abroad. According to experts, the residents of the metropolis are not yet sufficiently aware of this and that is why it is necessary for the leadership of the capital to prepare for these attacks preventively.
On Thursday, April 11, the 6th annual QuBit Conference, which focuses on cyber security of banks, energy companies and institutions of cities and states. Cyber attacks are most often targeted at these sectors.
Prague experienced the biggest cyber attack 2 years ago. Its aim was to obtain valuable information from systems connected to the state administration.
The Challenge of Securing Cryptocurrencies
Interview by Nick Holland. Director, Banking and Payments.
Cryptocurrency exchanges have been notable targets for fraudsters, says Ondrej Krehel of LIFARS, who describes their vulnerabilities.
In a video interview at Information Security Media Group’s recent Fraud Summit in New York, Krehel discusses:
Core issues with cryptocurrency exchange security;
Whether the value of cryptocurrencies is diminishing fraudster demand;
Whether regulating cryptocurrencies is possible.