On this week’s episode of Pwned Breach of the Week, we are checking out dating data that found itself on the market, unfortunately it was not interested in starting a new relationship. The data breach resulted in numerous online dating services finding their client information on the dark web for sale to the highest bidder. In an age of increasing online dating, this type of breach can be expensive, revealing, and in some cases, quite embarrassing. Justin provides some helpful tips in how services can test systems prior to a breach to protect them and Zack professes his love for coffee and bagels. As always, we'd love to hear your feedback and hear your breach stories.
Justin (he/him) is the founder and CEO of NuHarbor Security, where he continues to advance modern integrated cybersecurity services. He has over 20 years of cybersecurity experience, much of it earned while leading security efforts for multinational corporations, most recently serving as global CISO at Keurig Green Mountain Coffee. Justin serves multiple local organizations in the public interest, including his board membership at Champlain College.