The Silk Road: The Rise and Fall of the World's Largest Online Black Market
tristayifeiat February 16,2015 I was shocked hear that the hackers can access each technology tool we wear on or in our bodies. Everyday people uses technology, from my understanding, that means we will have no privacy in the near coming future. We do not have any protection on our phones and pads, which probably gives a chance for hackers to steal personal information. In addition, the video mentioned that the possibilities and numbers of cyber crime is increasing and is becoming the top priority for federal law enforcement. I am thinking is there any way to decrease the number of attacking? I agree with the point that we need more educated and professional technology people working in the law enforcement field.
DPerryat February 21,2015 I recall that drone being hacked in Iran after our drone "entered their air space" - which seems pretty likely. Here's the link: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-21373353
But - I'm sure they just did it to help us harden our remote access security right?... right??
Jmurray8at February 22,2015 3 Scary Possibilities for Cybercrime - A teaser
• Drone based hacks and hacks on the human body
• Remote airborne hacks and tools on or in our bodies
• An interesting short piece but only a teaser at less than 2 minutes
mariawhit8at February 23,2015 I'm very shocked mostly by the fact you can hack a drone and get into someones cell phone information. I want to understand more on the correlation between some organization's drone and how that makes cellular devices vulnerable to attack. This article has caused me to seek out how this works and how we can protect ourselves individually against it. I found another add on article at : http://thehackernews.com/2014/03/snoopy-drone-can-hack-your-smartphones.html. It appears the drones are actually created for the purpose of exploiting cellular devices by hackers to obtain previously connected wifi networks the cell used in the past. Very interesting.
JSahm151at February 26,2015 Very interesting that you could use a drone to obtain someones cell phone information. I will not be surprised if smart watches and other wearable technology becomes vulnerable. With every new piece of technology someone is going to find a way to exploit it. And I agree that cyber defense is very important. We have also seen more and more terrorist organizations take part in cyber attacks.