Since the JP Morgan breach, companies are becoming more aware of the data breaches that are likely to happen. Vinny Troia, Cyber Security Expert and CEO of Night Lion Security, discusses the JP Morgan breach with Kevin O’Leary, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and the staff of CNBC’s Closing Bell. The hacker had gotten in through a personal computer at JP Morgan. This proves that hackers can get into anything at any time.
Troia explains that the hackers had clearly calculated their move because they did not take the passwords that go to the usernames. This is because JP Morgan would have sent out a notification for everyone to change his or her passwords immediately. A question came up regarding whether the hacker had stolen money and it was never confirmed. This data breach clearly shows that people’s information is not safe anymore.