The NJCCIC 2017 Year in Review

To say that 2017 has been a busy year for cybersecurity professionals would be an understatement. From devastating data breaches to crippling ransomware incidents, every week that passed revealed new threats, attack vectors, exploits, and vulnerabilities. It quickly became evident that no person, organization, or sector is immune to the impact of cyber threats. As we prepare for the challenges that 2018 will bring to network defense initiatives, it’s important to reflect on some of this year’s biggest cybersecurity incidents and highlight the lessons learned from each one.

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DEFCON 25 – Celebrating 25 Years of Hacking with 25,000 People

“Our Uber driver told us to turn off the Bluetooth and WiFi on our phones while we’re out here this week. He said not to connect to anything or we’ll be hacked.” Two women shared this with me as the three of us waited to ride the SlotZilla Zipline in downtown Las Vegas late Friday night. I told them I was in town attending DEFCON and that their driver gave them good advice.

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