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Kim Zetter

Kim Zetter appears in the following:

The Ever Changing Story of the PRISM Program

Friday, June 14, 2013

Last Thursday brought leaks that about a government program called PRISM. But while the early reports described a program that had unilateral, unfettered access to companies like Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft, subsequent reports made the program look significantly less intrusive. Brooke talks to Wired's Kim Zetter about the evolution of reporting on PRISM, the perils of national security reporting, and what we still don't know about the government program.

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Meet 'Flame'

Friday, June 01, 2012

Wired senior reporter Kim Zetter discusses 'Flame,' the latest tool of cyberweaponry infecting Iranian computers.

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Cyber Security Experts Discover "Flame," The Newest, Best Way to Spy on a Country

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

A Moscow-based cyber security team has discovered the most advanced computer program for spying ever – they say a nation wrote it to spy on the Middle East, though they don't know which nation specifically. They’re calling it “Flame.” Roel Schouwenberg, a senior policy analyst for Kaspersky Labs, the company that discovered Flame, explains exactly what makes this worm so special. And Kim Zetter, a senior writer at Wired Magazine, discusses what this means for the future of espionage and security.

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Google Street View

Friday, November 12, 2010

Google street view was used to nab drug suspects in East Williamsburg this week. Kim Zetter, technology writer for wired.com, adresses the nature of the technology used, and the implications of its use for law-enforcement.

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Hack of All Trades

Friday, April 24, 2009

There have been several recent headlines about cyber-security breaches, but just how real is the threat and just what is the government doing about it? Kim Zetter, a reporter for Wired specializing in computer security, national security and privacy issues, breaks down the latest news.

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Way of Life

Friday, April 24, 2009

Is the country threatened with a new round of cyber-attacks, or is it all media hype? Wired's Kim Zetter explains. And, do the rich have any reason to be upset? Plus, your credit card bill of rights; and bike sharing in NYC. Check Out The Uncommon ...