The Tony DeGonia Show - E36 - #BEASTMODELIFE E1 - Mr. Robot Rant plus talk about cyber attacks that end in death
That means living life all out for what you love and believe in. Doing what you have to do and wanting to do it. Living life to the fullest. Being awesome because you are awesome. But mostly it's about having a confidence that is unshakable in everything you do. It's about knowing that no matter the situation you've got what it takes, even if secretly you're not sure. The world may be tough but when you are living a #beastmodelife you are tougher more resilient with a never say die attitude. #BeastModeLife is not a club you join or a group with a membership or dues. There are no meetings to go to and we don't ask you to quite anything. #BeastModeLife is a state of mind, a way of living your life that means you never quit, never give up, never back down. #BeastModeLife is not just for winners it's for those who have never won before but in spite of a losing record keep showing up and playing the game because they know that if they work hard enough, practice long enough and give it all they have then victory will be theirs. #BeastModeLife is for those of us with our backs against the wall. Those of us who when we finally win the taste of victory will taste so sweet. One victory is all it takes to drive us to excellence, One win, one new job, one compliment, one new friend. Someone to care. That is the #BeastModeLife.
Let's all live a #beastmodelife, it's not and exclusive life. Everyone can join in so let's do it together.
See you down the road.
The increasing sophistication and power of state-backed cyber attacks has led some experts to fear that, sooner or later, by design or by accident, one of these incidents will result in somebody getting killed.
It might sound far-fetched, but a former head of the UK’s intelligence agency has already warned about the physical threat posed by cyber attacks and the potential damage they could do.
“Nation-states are getting more sophisticated and they’re getting more brazen. They’re getting less worried about being caught and being named — and of course that’s a feature of geopolitics,” said Robert Hannigan, who served as director general of GCHQ from 2014 to 2017.
“The problem is the risk of miscalculation is huge,” he said, speaking at a security conference in London last month. “If you start to tamper with industrial control systems, if you start to tamper with health systems and networks, it feels like it’s only a matter of time before somebody gets hurt and somebody is ultimately killed.”
The mention of health systems is a reminder perhaps of last year’s WannaCry ransomware outbreak, which crippled large parts of the UK’s National Health Service. Thousands of appointments were cancelled, causing disruption and inconvenience for patients around the country.
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