Varonis Could Have Prevented North Korea from Getting Sony CEO Fired

Let’s talk about the sorry state of information security this week.

Here's an Internet mogul who lost his $200m stash the right way

He allegedly made over $200 million enabling illegal downloads. Now, the US government wants his tush in jail and is money confiscated.

Why President Obama is Hedging On Sony’s North Korea Mistake

Was Obama right in taking Sony to task for not releasing The Interview?

Intel Moves to Storm IOT Market

It typically takes a vendor of Intel’s class and stature to solve a problem like IOT.

Spain: no news is bad news

Last week Google announced that they will be shutting down Google News Spain on Tuesday, December 16 and remove Spanish publishers from Google News in other countries.

FBI hot (or not) on the trail of Sony hackers

I strongly suspect that the FBI will never find out who hacked Sony Pictures Entertainment.

North Korea denies hack attack on Sony

An unnamed North Korean diplomat told Voice of America that it didn’t have anything to do with the recent cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Our failing digital infrastructure

With recent warnings that the Chinese government (or others) could shut down our power grid perhaps it is time to take a look at the state of our digital infrastructure.

The 3 reasons why I love Kim Kardashian

I know. This seems like click bait but isn't any mention of the Kardashians nothing more than a desperate cry to be noticed.

FCC wants some clarification from AT&T

Jamillia Ferris, an antitrust lawyer hired by the FCC to review the AT&T/DirectTV merger has sent a letter to AT&T asking for some clarification of their fiber rollouts.

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