When A Gap Isn't a Gap...
You believed air gaps and Faraday cages are bulletproof ways to isolate sensitive systems and data from attackers?
Wrong. Read all about the attacks documented by Ben-Gurion University -- one awesomely named "Magneto" -- that exploit the low-frequency magnetic radiation of CPUs to transfer data.
The Geek Factor is sky high with this one. I want to validate it in my under-construction Faraday cage pictured below (hardware courtesy of Home Depot).
Are your business systems and mission-critical data as secure as you think?