Why the Ashley Madison Hack is Going to be Awful
In case you missed it, Ashley Madison, the website that specializes in meeting people online to have an affair, was hacked, with millions of email addresses, aliases, and other assorted personal information having been taken. Last night, the info was dropped in large, mostly unorganized files on torrent sites. The Bowels of the Internet (4chan, Reddit, etc.) have been combing through the information, starting with | Read More »
How many politicians will abruptly resign because of the Ashley Madison hack?
The Ashley Madison hack has apparently now reached the next stage: i.e., a full database dump. Boom.
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The OPM Hack is Just Awful
So, if you’ve paid attention, amid all the noise about Donald Trump and Rachel Dolezal, there was this little thing called the hack of the Office of Personnel Management. It was a hack allegedly by Chinese government operatives, and they have gotten just about everything you could imagine with regard to personal information on a huge chunk of American citizens, among others. It’s the type | Read More »
Sizing up Cyber Security with Sourcefire (FIRE) CTO and Founder Martin Roesch
Joining me this week on PowerTalk to discuss the growing threat we all face — cyber attacks — as well as a set of new solutions to combat them is Martin Roesch. Martin is not only a founder of cyber security company Sourcefire (FIRE) but also its chief technology officer (CTO) and a board member. Cyber attacks not only are growing in volume, but they | Read More »
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Senator Schumer Unleashes
How does this guy keep getting elected? He cares about himself first and foremost and will throw the people a bone if he feels it is appropriate. I was a first responder on 9/11 and have no doubt this political hack could care less about my health. To hear him mouth off about the filibuster on release of the first responders settlement money is a | Read More »