A new survey has revealed that 61% of energy security professionals believe their organisation could detect a critical system breach within 24 hours.
94% of executives agreed that their organisation is a target for cyber criminals, with 86% of respondents saying that they could detect a breach in less than one week.
49% of respondents believe their organisation could detect a cyberattack within 24 hours, while just 3% said it would take more than a month to identify it.
You have probably noticed it already. There is a strange logic at the heart of the modern tech industry. The goal of many new tech startups is not to produce products or services for which consumers are willing to pay. Instead, the goal is create a digital platform or hub that will capture information from as many users as possible — to grab as many ‘eyeballs’ as you can. This information can then be analysed, repackaged and monetised in various ways. The appetite for this information-capture and analysis seems to be insatiable, with ever increasing volumes of information being extracted and analysed from an ever-expanding array of data-monitoring technologies.
The famous Harvard business theorist Shoshana Zuboff refers to this phenomenon as surveillance capitalism and she believes that it has its own internal ‘logic’ that we need to carefully and critically assess.
A federal judge has ordered the FBI to turn over evidence related to professional wrestler Hulk Hogan’s sex tape.
Gawker sued the FBI after it refused a Freedom of Information Act request for the evidence, which could find its way into Hogan’s invasion of privacy suit against the gossip site. Hogan sued Gawker after it published parts of the sex tape in 2012.