If we’ve learned anything over the past few years, it’s that no one is safe from potential cybercrime. The U.S. Government has been hacked. So has the U.S. Postal Service. And even the Department of Defense. Now, it’s NASA’s turn (again). The Space Agency confirmed last week that a data breach may have compromised personal information of some of its current and former employees. A recent memo said that the still unknown hackers managed to infiltrate one of its servers that stores employee information, including social security numbers and other personal data. NASA assured investigators that no space missions were jeopardized by the incident. No word yet on who the hackers are….but we see you, Flat-Earthers.
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NCC calls for Board-level executive sessions with Chief Information Security Officer Lead Author: Rick Crandall, Chairman, NCC Cyber Committee Summary: Industry experts predict that…