Adi Tartako, CEO and co-founder of Houzz, tells CNBC that the interior design platform is expanding into the U.K., and explains how the company is making money.
Political Correctness is for Losers: What? Of course there's "no sign of damage". That's what hacking is about, not blatantly causing a disruption before the main event. Even if there is "damage", do we really have any faith in our cyber guys? Seriously! If our cyber geeks were any good, at all, our information systems would be impossible to breach. That is not the case though. The thing is, they knew this day was coming. If they couldn't compete with securing the data then why did they toss it on connected servers to begin with? Just who the hell is in charge of this "Cyber Security" anyhow? Low bidding contractors? Wouldn't you just love to get a peak at the Mickey Mouse code that passed that test? There's only a few entry paths to hack a computer or a network, Guys! Have you even attempted to hire a few hackers who will answer questions that the government hasn't even comprehended yet?