Last week, the world awoke to the latest information security breach involving Marriott International's Starwood hotel chain, caused by an advanced persistent threat (APT) attacker. This breach, dating back to 2014, resulted in the unauthorized disclosure of 500 million customers’ personally identifiable information (PII).
Some technology jobs are being lost and others are being created. Whether or not an employment crisis is truly brewing remains to be seen.
A modern vehicle is the most expensive computer that you own. While car hacking may seem like science fiction, today’s cars have serious security vulnerabilities. These security gaps could allow a remote hacker to take control of vehicles’ computer systems and cause crashes.
Despite our increasing awareness of how to protect against malicious software and actors, we still find our online security severely compromised by hackers just waiting to attack our vulnerability.