There’s an old Soviet saying:
If you think it, don’t say it.
If you say it, don’t write it.
If you write it, don’t be surprised.
It’s not a pleasant way to live. The coiner of this quote was not celebrating his oppression. The power of the Western brand has long been associated with its outright rejection of this sort of thought policing.
In the wake of a truly profound compromise of sensitive photographs of celebrities, those of us in Information Security find ourselves called upon to answer what this all means – to average citizens, to celebrities, to a global economy that has found itself transformed in ways not necessarily planned. Let’s talk about some things we don’t normally discuss.
Victim Shaming Goes Exponential
We shouldn’t entirely be surprised. Victim shaming is par for the course in Infosec, and more than Infosec, for uncomfortably similar reasons. …
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