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In these 9 segments of Bottom Line IT Josh Gembala, ASK Enhanced Security Services Manager speaks at the the Cyber-Security: It’s Not If, It’s When seminar held in Southfield, MI on October 4th.
Three executives from Equifax, the company that was hit by the world’s largest security breach, sold stock before the cyber hack was announced. The breach was discovered July 29th, and on August 1st and 2nd the three executives sold nearly two million dollars worth of shares. Mike and Erik talk about this incident, and of course, business ethics…
A health system in Houston, Harris Health System, leveraged a preconfigured network for disaster recovery to keep hospitals online after being hit by Hurricane Harvey. Harris Health System developed the system after seeing the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Mike and Erik discuss this, and the importance of having an effective disaster recovery plan in place.
Erik and Mike discuss the world’s “largest” spambot, and how it ensnared 711 million email addresses. Other topics include how to recover from a situation like this (change your password, use MFA), and how to know if your email addresses have been compromised.
A major cyber flaw in 745,000 pacemakers left a security vulnerability that would have allowed them to be hacked, according to the FDA. The flaws could’ve been exploited to cause the pace makers to malfunction. Mike and Erik discuss rampant security flaws in various technologies.
Ford and Dominos have partnered up to deliver pizza with autonomous vehicles. By 2021 Ford will be in full production of driverless vehicles. Mike and Erik discuss the future of automobiles, and pizza.
What is big data? How may it change how you use social media? Erik and Mike discuss what big data is and whether its impact on social media may affect things like life insurance policies and loans.
Mike and Erik come together to provide insight on the news that everyone has been talking about, the Equifax security breach… A massive security breach hit the credit monitoring company Equifax, and resulted in the leaking of the personal data of nearly 143 million Americans.