Major cyberattacks demonstrate the rising role that cybersecurity companies play in protecting banks and other corporations from hackers.
The recent thefts point out why cybersecurity is so hard: It’s next to impossible to prevent an attack by a skilled hacker (or a team of them).
How would you react if the confidential information you provided to your law firm and your tax accountant appeared on the front page of The New York Times?
As big as this breach was … these days, it’s nothing terribly new. Hundreds, even thousands of our nation’s largest businesses have been hacked.
The government is demanding your personal information without proving that a crime has been committed.
The more people who use a network, the bigger the vulnerabilities. That’s a key reason why cybersecurity companies will keep growing for years to come.
I will never willingly have a microchip implanted in my body. Does that make me a paranoiac, a Luddite … or prescient?
Is online privacy dead? I still think there’s a spark of hope. And surprisingly, it lies in social media usage.