I had a great time last night at MIT, where I sat on the panel for a discussion about privacy in the business world. Video was taken of the event, and I'll run it here when it's available. Meantime, I thought I'd share some of what the audience tweeted during the discussion. When I post the video, it might be fun to watch while reviewing these tweets.
The flashlight app on your mobile device could be a backdoor into your privacy and security. HatField tells #MITEF.
Bad press is one side, but having the AG go after you is the real problem for data breaches -#MITEF told by Redmon at Co3.
HatField from Fiarhaven said that military is getting hacked all of the time #MITEF. Oracle's claim to be invulnerable showed they weren't.
"If you're not getting hacked, maybe you're not relevant." Anup Ghosh at #mitef event.
"If you are not getting hacked you are not relevant" - after Apple, NYT, WSJ, Twitter came forward and admitted it - Ghosh told#MITEF
Anup Gosh from Invincea calls trade war the key motivating factor in attempts to breach security - for getting the IP of another #MITEF
Companies need a strong incident response plan in place. Assume the breach. Comments by@BillBrenner70 at MIT.
@BillBrenner70 and Anup Ghosh. Compliance does not equal security