Cybercrime is so rampant today that even as the director and chief examiner for Digital Forensics Inc., I am not immune. In fact, last year’s data breach of the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) made me a poster child for cybercrime. That hack exposed the data of more than 18 million former and current government employees, including me, a former National Security Agency cryptologist. To make matters worse, the OPM data is now rumored to be in the hands of ISIS.

The OPM hack is just one example, and many more appear daily—a seemingly unstoppable cavalcade of cyber horror that could easily make a cybersecurity professional scream, “THE SKY IS FALLING!” Unfortunately, for many organizations, the sky IS falling. Think Target, TJ Maxx, Ashley Madison, TalkTalk, Sony Pictures and VTech. I could go on.

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