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The Story Behind the Sony Data Breach 2014

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This is the True Cyber Crime Story of “The Day the Lights Went Out at Sony Pictures” in 2014. Discussion about then events, what led to it, the formal findings and open questions remaining by experts. Hosts David Mauro and Mark Mosher explore their research with Special Guest, professional coach Rich Moore.
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The conversation discusses the Sony Pictures cyberattack in 2014, exploring the various theories and implications of the breach. The hosts highlight the impact of the attack on Sony and the movie industry, as well as the broader implications for cybersecurity. They delve into the different theories surrounding the attack, including North Korea's involvement, insider activity, and stock manipulation. The conversation raises questions about the role of smaller organizations and the potential vulnerabilities they face. Overall, the discussion emphasizes the need for increased cybersecurity measures and awareness. The conversation explores different theories surrounding the Sony Pictures hack in 2014. The main theories discussed include: 1) North Korea as the sole perpetrator, 2) a disgruntled insider with connections to black hat hackers, 3) hacktivist groups like LulzSec and Anonymous, and 4) stock manipulation. The conversation highlights the inconsistencies and unanswered questions surrounding the official narrative that North Korea was solely responsible for the hack. The participants lean towards the theory that an insider with help from black hat hackers orchestrated the attack. They also discuss the possibility of stock manipulation and the involvement of hacktivist groups. The conversation concludes with the acknowledgment that there may be information that is not publicly available due to national security concerns.
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00:00 The Day the Lights Went Out at Sony Pictures
13:55 The Lights Get Turned Out: Implications and Theories
31:43 The Insider Threat: A Disgruntled Employee with Black Hat Connections
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This is the True Cyber Crime Story of “The Day the Lights Went Out at Sony Pictures” in 2014. Discussion about then events, what led to it, the formal findings and open questions remaining by experts. Hosts David Mauro and Mark Mosher explore their research with Special Guest, professional coach Rich Moore.
Summary
The conversation discusses the Sony Pictures cyberattack in 2014, exploring the various theories and implications of the breach. The hosts highlight the impact of the attack on Sony and the movie industry, as well as the broader implications for cybersecurity. They delve into the different theories surrounding the attack, including North Korea's involvement, insider activity, and stock manipulation. The conversation raises questions about the role of smaller organizations and the potential vulnerabilities they face. Overall, the discussion emphasizes the need for increased cybersecurity measures and awareness. The conversation explores different theories surrounding the Sony Pictures hack in 2014. The main theories discussed include: 1) North Korea as the sole perpetrator, 2) a disgruntled insider with connections to black hat hackers, 3) hacktivist groups like LulzSec and Anonymous, and 4) stock manipulation. The conversation highlights the inconsistencies and unanswered questions surrounding the official narrative that North Korea was solely responsible for the hack. The participants lean towards the theory that an insider with help from black hat hackers orchestrated the attack. They also discuss the possibility of stock manipulation and the involvement of hacktivist groups. The conversation concludes with the acknowledgment that there may be information that is not publicly available due to national security concerns.
Chapters
00:00 The Day the Lights Went Out at Sony Pictures
13:55 The Lights Get Turned Out: Implications and Theories
31:43 The Insider Threat: A Disgruntled Employee with Black Hat Connections
43:12

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Listen to Our Podcast:
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🎙️ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5y4U2v51gztlenr8TJ2LJs?si=537680ec262545b3
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