If you think this post is just about dating apps, keep reading anyway. It may surprise you.

To begin, though, it is about dating sites, specifically those hacked by Chinese operatives. They gathered the data of users into one big happy database and left it unprotected. Never a good idea when you’re working the dating scene. Cyberscoop is reporting the lurid details of this effort which netted the data of an overwhelmingly American user base—possibly no surprise there—who were visiting sites such as Christiansfinder and Mingler, among others. Okay, the details are not as lurid as you might think, and no financial information was leaked, but the story is compelling as much for the breach as for the reminder that folks tend to remain on the lookout for the next big thing.

Wait For It, Wait For It

Are you in the IT business? It you’re reading this, chances are good that you are. That or you’ve run our of Harry Potter books and you’re strung out on blog posts with even a hint of tech magic in them. Let’s assume you’re in the biz.

ICS is building a solid business and a team to match. We’ve been at this a while, so we’re no stranger to the talent and opportunities that stand to meet at the crossroads. In fact, some might say we’re directing the traffic. So if you’re looking for something new, a fresh patch of dirt to grow your skills, or any of a number of mixed metaphors that could spring up right about now, we should talk.

Call ICS. Because you can’t spell cybersecurity without us.