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Cyberwar Part 2: Government Hacks Threaten Private Sector
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User Rank: Ninja
12/5/2015 | 5:39:51 PM
Re: connections
@kstaron, with security it a never ending process as it never 100%....
User Rank: Ninja
11/30/2015 | 12:34:06 PM
I had not considered how private sectors might be compromised by a breach of government centers. I find the biometrics stolen  and how they could be misused most disturbing.  This brings home the idea that we are all connected. Somewhere out there our information is floating around, connected to everywhere we've worked, applied to, shopped and so on, and connected to everyone else we've met, worked with, everywhere we've bought something or has provided a service to us. These hacks really do affect us all once you add in those connections.

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