WATCH: Former Convicted Hacker on How to Protect Your Data

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WATCH: Former Convicted Hacker on How to Protect Your Data

Feb 24, 2017 - Wall Street Journal (WSJ), by Kevin Mitnick

Kevin Mitnick, who spent time on the FBI's Most Wanted List for hacking 40 corporations, discusses his new book, "The Art of Invisibility," on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. He also explains why hackers breach data with relative ease, and why we should never link our devices. 

Video: Lunchbreak with Tanya Rivero http://www.wsj.com/video/former-convicted-hacker-on-how-to-protect-your-data/165951D3-CEDF-4752-BF16-A9B9D19F7E4C.html

Source: Wall Street Journal (WSJ)

Topics: Speaking Engagements, The Art of Invisibility, VPN, former hacker, data protection, encryption, HTTPS Everywhere, OTR, phishing attacks, Mitnick Security Consulting, two-factor identification, WiFi, Off the Record, password manager, Kevin Mitnick

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