The Silk Road: The Rise and Fall of the World's Largest Online Black Market
jnegronat April 27,2016 This video makes me go back to my Motorola RAZR... We all need to pay attention to what we are downloading from the web and the different apps stores.
Ksdonovanat May 06,2016 I am definitely reevaluating the apps I download on my smartphone. I didn't realize how easy it is for someone to gain access to our personal information and use it to their advantage. I feel like the general population needs more education about hackers so they can protect themselves.
dgroveat July 05,2016 Even though this video is a few years old, people have become even more reliant on their smartphones. Smartphones are essentially computers in our pockets where we are able to do almost anything on a smartphone we can do on a computer. This video highlights how we need to make sure we are taking the security of our mobile devices as serious as we do our computers.
jdg8at July 05,2016 Even though all electronic devices can be breached by an experienced hacker, this is the one reason why I prefer iPhones over Android. iPhones seem more protected because their apps are not open-source apps. Also, Apple takes customer privacy very seriously, as shown in their recent fight with the FBI over their devices' encryption mechanisms.
sbudd4at July 11,2016 A common theme of malware development appears to be the social engineering aspect. What I find equally interesting is how one might inoculate themselves from human hacking. It’s one thing to be simply aware of phishing scams for example, but another to have an actual understanding of the psychological mechanics at play.