Monthly Archives: August 2017

Hacking History: Clifford Stoll and Operation Showerhead

Clifford Stoll

Hacking History: Clifford Stoll and Operation Showerhead- the first Honey Pot In 1986, an astronomer named Clifford Stoll, had is grant cut and started a new job in the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (LBL), as a systems manager. Near the beginning of his new role, his boss asked him to investigate… Read more »

Why Train Employees in Cyber Security?

train employees in cyber security

Why Train Employees in Cyber Security? Cyber security is often an afterthought for businesses, and this can be detrimental. Many companies don’t provide cyber security awareness training to employees, nor their IT teams in the technical aspects. Those that do, rarely follow up that training going forward. Cyber security is… Read more »

Hacking History: The Morris Worm and Robert T. Morris Jr.

the Morris worm

Hacking History: Robert Tappan Morris Jr. Up to this point in our hacking history series, the figures have focused on decryption and then manual processes to intercept communications or gather information from other people’s systems. In this next installment of our series, the potential of hacking into networks and computers… Read more »