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Hacked vs hackers

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Jame Daniels

on 9 January 2015

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Question of the Day
From data breaches at Target, Vertus, Home Depot, JPMorgan and even the White House to celebrities’ stolen photos, cybersecurity and online privacy have been making the headlines every week. But how do data breaches at companies and government institutions affect individuals?
Read the NY Times article
“Hacked vs. Hackers: Game On”,
What is data and what are some of the kinds of data that are increasingly being stored online? What is a “data breach,” and what are some of the consequences of data breaches for governments, organizations and individuals?
In the post, Perlroth states, “…at every level, there has been an awakening that the [cyber] threats are real and growing worse, and that the prevailing “patch and pray” approach to computer security simply will not do.” What evidence does she use to support the argument that threats to computer security are growing worse? Cite three specific examples.
What is digital security, and why are experts in the field concerned about its “dismal state” in the United States?
Hacked vs Hackers
Answer this question in your journal with 3 well written
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