Sony Hack, Part 2 – How to protect your business network

Kenny Withers

I am a blogger, strategist and speaker who works with companies to optimize their online personal and company presence, brand, internet marketing and social media marketing. This blog covers topics related to Social Media, Digital Marketing, Blogging, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Brand Marketing, and Content Marketing.

5 Responses

  1. Roscoe Spurgeon says:

    Your hacking skills become a lot less impressive when you just knew someone on the inside who just handed you all the passwords.

  2. Lorri Anivitti says:

    Thanks for sharing your info. I truly appreciate your efforts and I will be waiting for your next post.

    Thanks once again.

  3. Lofiphoshy Science says:

    Sony’s traditional virus-detection programs provided little protection from the hackers malware, since they block only previously identified attacks, and hackers know to make changes that alter the signature of their code. Indeed, it’s now accepted wisdom in the cyberworld that attackers can penetrate the perimeter defenses of almost any company.

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  1. December 28, 2014

    Do the folks behind this stuff think they will never get caught or that there will be some kind of public outcry backing them should they be caught? If they think they’re Aaron Schwartz or Edward Snowden, they’re kidding themselves. No one will feel sorry if they end up in prison.