“Ethical hacker” Jason Glassberg: A new cyber threat to the US power grid?

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Jason Glassberg is the co-founder of Casaba Security, and an ‘ethical hacker’ who is hired by companies to try to hack into their networks in order to prevent real attacks. The group talks about strategies to prevent getting hacked, ‘WannaCry’, the alleged Russian hacking, and much more.

 

 

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