2015 in Review: Failures in Public Safety and Privacy w/ Kim Zetter [Video]

Count Down to Zero Day - Kim Zetter on Stuxnet

View the video on YouTube: 2015 in Review: Failures in Public Safety and Privacy

Editor’s Note: This video is from the 16 part series, “DevOps Connect: Rugged DevOps at RSA Conference 2016”. The entire series is available, on-demand to members of TheNexus Community.

At RSAC 2016, Kim Zetter from Wired brought us her favorite “hacking” stories from 2015. The stories include the OPM hack, Ashley Madison, hackers getting hacked and many more. Kim is an award-winning, senior staff reporter at Wired covering cybercrime, privacy, and security. She is writing a book about Stuxnet, a digital weapon that was designed to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program.


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Mark Miller

Senior Storyteller and Community Advocate at Sonatype
Mark Miller is Senior Storyteller and DevOps Advocate for TheNEXUS. His expertise is in the creation and growth of online communities. Mark is Executive Producer of the OWASP 24/7 Podcast Series and is co-producer of the world's largest online DevOps conference, All Day DevOps. You can follow him on Twitter: @AllDayDevOps. You can also find him as the moderator of the LinkedIn DevOps Group.

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