Sony Hack, Wearable Predictions: Discuss on InformationWeek Radio

InformationWeek Radio host Curtis Franklin looks back at this week's technology news, including the latest fallout from the Sony hack and how the wearables market will change in 2015.

Dec 18, 2014

NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The massive Sony hack continues to keep the information security world on edge as enterprises of all sizes begin to reassess their own networks for vulnerabilities. What does this massive data breach mean for you and your IT department?

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Join InformationWeek Radio host Curtis Franklin and his guests as they review this week's tech news, including a special report about the Sony hack and what it means for consumers and the entertainment industry, as well as for IT and security professionals charged with protecting all that data.

This live broadcast of InformationWeek Radio takes place Friday, December 19, at 3:00 p.m. EST (Noon PST). Listeners can register for the show on the InformationWeek website, and learn about how they chat online with Franklin and his guests following the broadcast.

Franklin's guests this week include Dark Reading Editor Sara Peters, who has been covering the still-unfolding Sony hack. She'll offer her perspective on what this breach means for network and enterprise security systems.

On the lighter side, Franklin and InformationWeek Managing Editor Shane O'Neill will look at how the wearables market is shaping up for 2015, including what devices and Internet of Things gadgets people will be using next year.

Finally, the show concludes with Geekend author David Wager, who will preview his latest column for InformationWeek.

Join the discussion and lend your voice to the debate this Friday, December 19, at 3:00 p.m. EST.

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