It’s been awhile since I’ve watched the last few episodes of CSI Cyber’s Season 2. I’m really excited to get to the finale and hopefully before the next season begins, if it begins. Dun Dun Duuuun! OK let’s go through episode 14 titled Fit and Run.
Episodes of CSI Cyber have been building up on my PVR/DVR lately. I finally had a chance to watch Episode… Read more CSI Season 2 Episode 13 thoughts
I watched another episode that I haven’t seen from Season 1 last night. It was Episode 5 titled “Crowd Sourced”… Read more CSI Cyber Season 1 Episode 5 thoughts
This episode was a return to the normal quality I have come to expect from Season 2. I enjoyed it, didn’t… Read more CSI:Cyber Season 2 Episode 12 thoughts
So far this season, this episode is the one that disappointed me the most. There were too many things I… Read more CSI: Cyber Season 2 Episode 11 thoughts
It’s been awhile, the holidays had me very busy. The shows were starting to pile up on my DVR. This… Read more CSI:Cyber Season 2 Episode 9 thoughts
I got a chance to watch Season 1 Episode 11 the other day. I haven’t watched all 13 episodes of the first season yet so this was one more down in that quest. It was great because there is a clear difference in the episodes between Season one and two for me.
Episode 8 “Python” is my favorite episode of this season. It has all the things I have been asking for… Read more CSI:Cyber Season 2 Episode 8 thoughts
Episode 7 “Corrupted Memory” deals with the horrible murder of a woman, Isabel, while her parents watched via videochat. A neighbour, Tristan, who saw the attack happening is unable to help because of his situational amnesia.
CSI:Cyber episode 6 “Gone in 6 seconds” continues the theme of hacking of the Internet of Things(IoT). In the previous episode it was connected medical devices in a hospital. In this episode it’s the hacking of cars, which are more connected every day. Again this brings attention to the topic of car hacking. If anyone thinks this is a gimmick created for the show, something new or something that doesn’t need attention yet. They really need to read this Wired article about just how real this can get. The automobile manufacturers can’t be trusted to get this right. They are more concerned with profits from providing constant connectivity to our always online world. They want to be first to the table with the feature and most of them underestimate how skilled and motivated hackers are out there. They are opening up cars to exploits and we need to hold them responsible for putting security measures in place.