March 12, 2015

Data Breaches Now the Norm Instead of the Exception

You may have heard of a recent “international incident” involving Sony Pictures and North Korea over the movie The Interview, a comedy about a plot to assassinate Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s leader. Computer hackers in North Korea did not appreciate this storyline, and voiced their disapproval by launching a massive cyber attack on Sony. Nearly 50,000 current and former Sony employees had their personal information released. Multiple lawsuits have already been filed...read the full article, Data Breaches Now the Norm Instead of the Exception


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