On April 15, 2015, a network engineer noticed a strange signal emanating from the US Office of Personnel Management. That was just the tip of the iceberg.
Read the full article at: www.wired.com
“THERE IS A COMMON misperception that the surest way to frustrate hackers is to encrypt data. But advanced persistent threats are skilled at routing around such measures.”
Here is an alarming article that lays out the cyber attack of the US government that resulted in the loss of sensitive personal data of millions of government employees.The resulting Cybersecurity National Action Plan that some experts say doesn’t do enough about mitigation, focusing instead on prevention. The plan calls for better cooperation between the private and public sectors. Is your company hiring people who can do battle with the likes of Tony Stark and Steve Rogers (two common hacker aliases)?
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