From the Wall Street Journal on Dec. 21: Deloitte, infected in late June according to the Journal’s analysis, said in a statement it “has taken steps to address” the malware but hasn’t “observed indications of unauthorized access to our systems at this time.” Along with Deloitte, a WSJ analysis revealed that the suspected Russian hackers […]
In the 21st century there are three things that you just have to deal with: You don’t have any privacy. Your personal information is going to get hacked, and Dick pics are a thing. Ergo, TurboTax getting hacked: not a big deal. A high school student hacking into the DoD’s Defense Threat Redundancy Agency: that […]
We haven’t reported on the Sony hack yet because it has absolutely nothing to do with public accounting. Until today.
While the attack on the New York Times this week was inconvient to say the least, it appears the hack also forced the AICPA to reschedule a planned CGMA chat on Twitter. I'm sure all of you were very broken up to hear this news: That gives you a whole 3 day weekend to get […]