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Last year, it was hard to make it a week without news of another cybersecurity breach. Most of these headline-worthy attacks, including Target, Home Depot, and Sony, have occurred through a compromised computer network in the company. These attacks are likely to continue in the year to come and while smartphones, such as the iPhone or Samsung Galaxy, have remained relatively unscathed, this will likely no longer be the case. It appears that 2015 will see mobile devices become the battleground for hackers and security experts. Read More
Over the holiday break, the movie everyone was talking about was the James Franco and Seth Rogen comedy, The Interview. Not because of how great the movie was, but its relation to the Sony hack. People have blamed the hack on the content of the movie, primarily the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Sony initially pulled the movie, but finally agreed to a limited release on Christmas Day and online. Needless to say, the movie has spread like wild fire on torrent sites.
The security story linked to The Interview doesn’t end with the Sony hack. Read More