History Slam Episode 159: Ethical Hacking

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By Sean Graham

In this episode of the History Slam, I talk with Alana Maurushat about her new book Ethical Hacking. We talk about her background in cyber-security, the grey areas of hacking, and how protesters can protect themselves. We also discuss the ethics of hacking, how outcomes influence perceptions of hacking, and the resources companies put into cyber-security.

Sean Graham is a historian at Parks Canada, an Adjunct Professor at Carleton, and a contributing editor with Activehistory.ca

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