The II Edition of the ‘Citizen Security Expo 2022’ was held between December 2 and 4 at the Simón Bolívar Park facilities, in La Carlota (Caracas), and MásQueSeguridad (MQS), a leading company in cybersecurity services —which not only had a stand through which it introduced attendees to the best of its portfolio of offers— but also with the presentation of its vice president William Ruiz, through his presentation “Trends and threats in Cybersecurity in 2023”.
And it is that the area of expertise of MQS, which has been everything related to the digital world, was one of the several main axes of the event. Hence the importance of the presence of the company, and, above all, of its founder and director, the altruistic businessman and expert in computer security, Rafael Núñez Aponte.
Núñez and a team of professionals from the company shared with the public what MQS’s work is when it comes to providing information security advice and consultancy to all types of companies, while presenting what the Different solutions that they offer in this regard, such as: penetration tests, vulnerability analysis, digital forensics, courses and legal advice on computer security, among others.
For the protection of the citizen
During the ‘Citizen Security Expo 2022’, the different State security forces also presented to the population what are their latest technical and scientific advances, while they carried out different training talks.
The director of the Scientific, Criminal and Criminal Investigation Corps (CICPC), C/G Douglas Rico, was one of the most active officials and precisely touched on the issue of digital security and how computer crimes have grown in recent times, especially all after the pandemic, which made criminals mutate.
Rico spoke of the many modus operandi that some criminal groups use in this matter, emphasizing online scams, especially those seen on the Marketplace platform, which is used to make deceptive offers and steal from users. He also commented on telephone extortion, the theft of WhatsApps or emails, identity theft, among others.
Faced with these risks, many recommendations were offered at the ‘Citizen Security Expo 2022’, and almost all of them agreed on the use of common sense and prevention as the main weapon to protect oneself, which is one of the maxims that over the years have Both the group of experts who work at MásQueSeguridad and Rafael Núñez Aponte have been preaching.
With information from DobleLlave