The Sony Hack has been a marvelous peak into the corporate life of Sony Pictures. But what if hackers go to your company and released your emails, files or browser history? Not so funny huh?
There’s a resource here in OC you can turn to called Orange County Shield (www.ociac.org) which supports the National Homeland Security Strategy and coordinates with state and local counter-terrorism efforts. They pay attention to hacks and attacks on OC’s critical infrastructure and important community resources from local police, fire departments, public health organizations and private sector security professionals to share information related to security, safety and crime prevention.
They also offer a complete cyber awareness protection plan that can help with hacking, phishing attempts, cyber-fraud, online bullying, online harassment and other threat assessments.
Their tagline isn’t new, especially if you lived in New York City post 9/11, “if you see something, say something.” You can report strange activity via the web at www.ociac.org or call 714-289-3949. So drunk drivers, lurkers in a park, unattended packages all warrant a call.