There is a visceral and exciting feeling that attributes itself to going back and forth between immigration, customs and passport stamp stations at an International Airport without being detected. I have experienced this. In reality though, this is remote from emotion; simply a state of mind where an individual can access what should not be…
En masse, in a major security breach, a plane-load of passengers from Spain walked right through the immigration without a single check in one of Britain’s busiest airports last week as none of the counters were manned by border security officers.
Do not skimp on security, it will only cause blow back.
Fortune 500 companies pay Chris Hadnagy to hack their employees. He goes after their Social Security numbers, their passwords and their employee identification numbers.
Oh, and when he’s done, he tells them not to let him do that again.
Take note, this strategy is the next wave of offensive behavior towards corporations.
You’d think that we would have gotten a handle on “remediation” given that the term was first coined in 1818. However 197 years later it is a growing concern, especially when it comes to IT remediation.
On this eve of the so-called Easter Sunday, keep in mind that holidays are particularly good times to social engineer, trick, fool and con people out of their companies reputation and data.