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Hacking Hollywood: The Sequel


James Franco: National Security Threat Somewhere near the confluence of American entertainment and North Korean sensitivity, a cyber attack has sparked a national debate and an international incident, with fingers pointed and appropriate responses promised. The Interview has since been released online and in selected theaters, and the unexpected PR generated by the hacking has probably done [...]

Hacking Hollywood: The Sequel2019-05-28T20:44:27+00:00

’Twas the Night Before


It’s the night before Christmas. You’ve hung the stockings with care and set out the cookies and carrots. Your organization’s year-end results suggest that you’ve been good, but you better not cry, better not pout, and here’s why: you’re hoping for even more growth in 2015 and Santa’s coming to town. […]

’Twas the Night Before2014-12-23T11:06:47+00:00

This Christmas, Give the Gift of Data


In fact, you already do. You just don’t get credit for it. Every time you enter the ether, you leave a trace. But you already know that. It’s the reason you face the right ads the next time you cross the threshold. It’s why social media companies work so hard to keep you active on [...]

This Christmas, Give the Gift of Data2014-12-17T22:19:39+00:00

Brave New World


Cybersecurity is approaching oxygen and water on the list of things we need to survive in this crazy world of ours. The threats are very real, whether deployed by governments around the globe or neckbeard hackers in the window booth at the corner coffee shop. The technology we create to make our lives easier now [...]

Brave New World2014-12-12T08:09:22+00:00

What’s in a Name?


Jeremy Hammond. A name you’ve probably never heard of. And he was recently the FBI’s most-wanted cybercriminal. As a hactivist for more than a decade, Hammond breached Stratfor, a security company with clients like Homeland Security and the Defense Department. At one point he knew the credit card information for the United States Marine Corps. [...]

What’s in a Name?2019-05-28T20:41:19+00:00

Hollywood Hacks


Have you ever seen a movie you disliked so much that you wanted your money back? Maybe you kept hoping it would get better but finally you just had to get up and leave. We even use the previews to judge the movies by their covers, voting with our wallets to guide movie studios across [...]

Hollywood Hacks2014-12-04T22:02:13+00:00

Monday, Monday… So Good to Me


Cyber Monday. The masterful creation of marketing professionals, designed to tap your wallet before the turkey and dressing settle in your tummy. Think of the sheer volume of sensitive consumer information that will be wafting through the ether on this day, searching out bargains and tantalizing hackers. Imagine millions of people walking through a big [...]

Monday, Monday… So Good to Me2014-12-01T07:54:40+00:00

The Plymouth Rock of Cybersecurity


Your organization has weathered some storms, am I right? The valleys between the peaks, when sales slow and payroll weighs heavy on the mind. You’ve hired through the good times and had to cut back in the lean times, but you and Michael have rowed your boat ashore, leaving the roiling seas of fiscal uncertainty [...]

The Plymouth Rock of Cybersecurity2019-05-28T20:27:06+00:00

Blinding Growth


Utility companies are tearing up 9th Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, fueling the frustration of cabbies and pedestrians alike. The pasta bowl that is the highway system surrounding Atlanta is almost always under construction, locking traffic up around the clock, it seems. Both examples show the impact of interrupting the flow of traffic. As we build [...]

Blinding Growth2019-05-28T21:15:44+00:00

The Digital Frenzy


The media is not short on cybersecurity horror stories, from Home Depot getting hammered to big bank back room holdups, all by nefarious hackers working from their parents’ basements. Or so it would seem. Truth is, 80% of all corporate breaches find their root cause in employee negligence, not hackers working alone. […]

The Digital Frenzy2019-05-28T20:32:02+00:00


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