Hacker Tries Extortion Plot vs. Apple, but Co. Says it Is Not Harmed; Here's What To Do

While Apple says users are safe, the event underscores the importance for companies to be prepared for cyber events, says Alston & Bird partner.

, Legaltech News

   | 3 Comments

While Apple says users are safe, the event underscores the importance for companies to be prepared for cyber events, says Alston & Bird partner.

This premium content is reserved for Legal Technology subscribers.

Continue reading by getting started with a subscription.

Already a subscriber? Log in now

What's being said

  • Brian

    Need a hacker? Send a message to hackerinthegrey@gmail.com. He‘s the best there is...helped me solve a tricky problem..just say Brian sent you. You‘re welcome.

  • J A Tucker, Esq.

    What a bunch of lames, and I‘m not sure if I‘m talking about the hackers or Apple. What self-respecting hacker would ask for a measly $75K if it really had the level of hacking power that these jerks claim to have. Black hackers are a bad waste of everyone‘s time, money, and energy. They are real, but a good black-hacker could get more money than this from a mom-and-pop law firm. The best defense is a good cybersecurity program. Otherwise, they‘re a waste of human space.

  • Ronald

    I really do not buy into this thing of sharing an info like this…… Should you ever require the services of a hacker, i implore you to try your very best to hire only professionals. i was able to hire the services" text "19283233115", which is an elite, asides the fact that i was provided a permanent solution to the service he rendered me but he gave a very efficient customer experience, he carried me along with every process and didn’t leave me in the dark.. i strongly recommend him if you ever need need his service or mail steelbreaker at techie dot com

Comments are not moderated. To report offensive comments, click here.

Preparing comment abuse report for Article #1202782138956

Thank you!

This article's comments will be reviewed.