Interview with Dayvee Sutton, a two time Emmy Award winning journalist who produced the documentary, “What We Told Our Sons.” A conversation among four families about the reaction to the Trayvon Martin Verdict.

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Among today’s security topics we have an interview with Dayvee Sutton, the producer of the documentary, “What We Told Our Sons.”  A conversation among four families about the reaction to the Trayvon Martin Verdict.  Streamed On SecurityTV.com!

Dayvee Sutton is a two time Emmy Award winning journalist who worked for ESPN, Comcast Sports, CNN, and hosted shows on both NBC and CBS Atlanta.

Since February 2012, the country was captivated by Trayvon Martin – the case of a 17 year-old whom was gunned down by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchman, in Sanford, FL. When the verdict was announced in July 2013 as “not guilty”, the nation reacted. The streets filled with protests and outrage from those who felt injustice. There was also a sense of division between sides, seemingly, down the line of race. Well, at least, that is what was conveyed through the media.

This film gets the reaction from four families after the verdict. The parents recall their own personal feelings, and discuss what “life lessons” they taught their sons as a result of the case. The son’s in this story also express the range of emotions they experienced, and you’ll witness their loss of innocence and naiveté as they adopt new perspectives about the world they live in.

Topics:

[ZDnet.com] Hacker breaches security firm in act of revenge

[New York Times] Defying U.S., China and Iran Near Trade and Military Partnership

[Interview] Dayvee Sutton, Producer of the documentary, “What We Told Our Sons,” and Founder of Dream Network Media

 

Hacker breaches security firm in act of revenge

Hacker claims to have stolen more than 8,200 databases from a security firm’s data leak monitoring service.

A hacker claims to have breached the backend servers belonging to a US cyber-security firm and stolen information from the company’s “data leak detection” service.

The hacker says the stolen data includes more than 8,200 databases containing the information of billions of users that leaked from other companies during past security breaches.

The databases have been collected inside DataViper, a data leak monitoring service managed by Vinny Troia, the security researcher behind Night Lion Security, a US-based cyber-security firm.

A data leak monitoring service is a common type of service offered by cyber-security firms. Security companies scan the dark web, hacking forums, paste sites, and other locations to collect information about companies that had their data leaked online.

Defying U.S., China and Iran Near Trade and Military Partnership

The investment and security pact would vastly extend China’s influence in the Middle East, throwing Iran an economic lifeline and creating new flash points with the United States.

Iran and China have quietly drafted a sweeping economic and security partnership that would clear the way for billions of dollars of Chinese investments in energy and other sectors, undercutting the Trump administration’s efforts to isolate the Iranian government because of its nuclear and military ambitions.

The partnership, detailed in an 18-page proposed agreement obtained by The New York Times, would vastly expand Chinese presence in banking, telecommunications, ports, railways and dozens of other projects. In exchange, China would receive a regular — and, according to an Iranian official and an oil trader, heavily discounted — supply of Iranian oil over the next 25 years.

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