From the Fall 2022 Issue

Who’s Responsible for the Death of Privacy?

A.J. Nash
Vice President of Intelligence | ZeroFOX

In the last 40 years, the industrialized world has become reliant on interconnected technologies, with nearly all communication now accomplished through email, cellular phones, and various messaging systems. Additionally, nearly all records — from the critical to the mundane — are stored in connected environments not controlled by those who routinely entrust their data to others.

“The U.S. is more vulnerable than ever to cyberattacks due to its increased dependence on complex, interconnected software.”

Katie Moussouris
CEO, Luta Security
Source: Washington Post

Unsurprisingly, data breaches resulting in the loss of privacy have become . . .

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