The Disruptors - Hacking of America Series (2011)
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Scarlett Johansson's nude photos are removed from several celebrity gossip sites and the hacking is being investigated by the FBI.
Hackers can get to your Internet television, security system, car radio and even your pacemaker.
A number of high-profile hacking incidents have raised questions about the mysterious groups around these attacks.
While stock exchanges can put a heavy duty lock on the front door, side tricks could give hackers an upper hand.
The cost to businesses of dealing with cybercrime is soaring, according to research from HP.
Symantec's CEO has added his voice to the chorus of concern that the U.S. power grid is at risk of cyber attack.
Hackers pose a huge danger to users' inboxes, but are steering clear of their porn stash.
The Department of Defense unveiled its first strategy for operating in cyberspace.
Despite attempts to develop cyber-security standards for power plants, experts warn that there is still a gaping hole for hackers to exploit.
Bigger victims remain a prime playground for hackers, but smaller businesses are increasingly at risk.
Recent cyber-attacks against Sony and the U.S. government have shed light on what it means to be a hacker.
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