Something interesting to end your week: how access governance is like running a movie theatre. It makes a surprising amount of sense. Elsewhere, a phishing fanatic who collected details of thousands of Halifax customers gets four years in prison for attempting to blackmail Halifax. To be honest I’m not quite sure what else he expected to happen. I’ve no idea how much profit there is in DDoSing gaming consoles, but cyber ne’er-do-wells Lizard Squad were so cuffed with their PS3 DDoS that they’ve done it again, only this time to hapless Xboxers.
Black Friday is, quite bizarrely, catching on over here and this year saw the websites of retail giants such as Tesco, Currys, Argos, Boots et al., flop in the face of demand – maybe they should’ve taken a scalable cloud instead, eh? Oh, and Google have finally caught up with ServerChoice and started offering PCI clouds. Where we lead, etc.
As the year draws closer to its end there are more ‘predictions for 2015’ articles. Here’s one I read about BYOD, here’s one predicting Tor will be subject to a massive DDoS, and another DDoS prediction warning of, of all things, Asian mobiles. How much will come true? Come back to me in about 12 months and I’ll let you know…
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