Documentarian Alex Gibney offers a chilling account of the Stuxnet worm attack that temporarily sabotaged Iran's nuclear program, but also may have opened a Pandora's box, paving the way for future nation-sponsored cyberattacks against critical infrastructure.
In tweets sent Monday morning marking down U.S. knowledge organizations’ affirmation that Russia was behind endeavors to meddle with the U.S. presidential decision, Trump said it was practically difficult to figure out who was really behind a hack unless they were gotten in the demonstration. That is not a view grasped by the thousands who have made their occupation uncovering programmers.
Review of “Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World”, Werner Herzog (Google Translation)
At 74 years, the tireless German director of such classics as Fitzcarraldo and Aguirre, the Wrath of God continues its production both in the realm of fiction (in 2016 premiered Salt and Fire ) and as always fascinating documentaries (two this season). After Into the Inferno , work on volcanoes that is available on Netflix, Cinema Art BAMA offers this film that explores the origins of the Internet and how the advancement of technology has changed for good and bad behavior in recent decades.
KnowBe4 Aims to Take a Bite out of CEO Fraud Cash Cow
KnowBe4, provider of the world’s most popular security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, today introduced Phishing Reply Tracking to help IT managers more effectively combat CEO Fraud, one of the fastest growing social engineering schemes. Phishing Reply Tracking is designed to test whether users will interact with “the bad guys” on the other end of a phishing email. CEO fraud, or Business Email Compromise (BEC) as it is referred to by the FBI, has been steadily gaining steam since January 2015, costing the economy over 3 billion dollars, according to the FBI’s Internet Complaint Center (IC3).
Iniesta, Puyol De la Peña and drive Olyseum, the social network that connects fans with their idols
Footballers Andres Iniesta, Ivan de la Pena and Carles Puyol drive since last September Olyseum, the first social network connecting sports fans with their idols. Olyseum aims to bring the highest international level athletes to their fans through a platform that allows them to find information, access to unpublished content and interact like never before.