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Drew Paik

Head of Marketing

Authentic8 Inc.

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Authentic8 Inc.

201 San Antonio Rd Ste 245

Mountain View, California, 94040

United States

Company Description

Authentic8 is a company born from another. Postini pioneered the idea that a cloud service could solve the problems with email, and back in 1999 this was heresy. But, we broke new ground and built a service that our customers loved and Google coveted. Authen...more

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Employment History

Data Analyst

Google Inc.


Senior Underwriting Analyst

Aetna Inc.


Affiliations

MarketTools , Inc.

Director, Customer Acquisition


Microsoft Corporation

Certified Solution Provider Member Account Manager


Education

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English and Political Science

University of California at Berkeley


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Drew Paik
Head of Marketing Drew has over 18 years experience managing sales and marketing teams at companies like Microsoft, McAfee, Postini, and Google.


Week of February 17, 2017 | MENTIS

Drew Paik, founder of security firm Authentic8, reported that hackers access phones from public outlets and wi-fi via a technique called "juice jacking."
It works because your USB cable is designed to transmit data, even when you might not want it to. Your whole phone is compromised if you plug into a jacked outlet; hackers can see your photos, texts, emails, and potentially anything else on your phone. This form of hacking is absurdly easy to beat: carry a portable battery. Charge one from a secure place, and you'll have a power source that isn't going to covertly record everything you do. You can also buy charge-only USB cables that are incapable of transmitting data. Authetic8 put up a charging station at a recent conference and watched the people who used it - RSA is a security conference where you might expect to find cautious people, but Paik said 80-percent didn't even ask if the public outlet was safe before plugging in.


http://www.wdzz.com/news/please-stop-charging-your-phone-in-public-ports-2/

"Just by plugging your phone into a [compromised] power strip or charger, your device is now infected, and that compromises all your data," Drew Paik of security firm Authentic8 explained.
If a port is compromised, there's no limit to what information a hacker could take, Paik explained. Paik said an overwhelming number of attendees - about 80% - connected their phones without asking about the security. "The majority are plugging in no problem. They are at a security conference and they should know better, but they probably feel safe," he said. "The others are making fun of them. They just walk by and say, 'Do people really do that?'" You shouldn't use public outlets - instead, invest in a portable USB battery pack. You can also buy USB cords that don't have wires to transmit data and prevent anyone highjacking your phone's information. But, Paik said, it's best to just rely on your own charger. "If they're concerned about security, don't use public ports," he said.


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