A Cybersecurity Threat That Could Be Lurking On Your Phone

Gary Miliefsky, SnoopWall CEO, and founding member of the US Department of Homeland Security announces a privacy breach posed by smartphone flashlight apps. Miliefsky has advised two White House Administrations on Cybersecurity.

He was scheduled to join us on set for Special Report, but we had to make room for breaking news. We know you were all excited to hear this story and so we brought Gary in just for The Daily Bret. Share your thoughts with us on Twitter @BretBaier or here on the blog-- after hearing this story will you delete your flashlight app?


Did you know?

A tech fact for you...6 years ago today Steve Jobs and Apple demoed the first iPhone! The phone had been in development since 2005 under the code name "Project Purple 2" and was officially released to the public on June 29, 2007.Did you own an original iPhone? Do you always buy the new model or do you prefer a different smart phone?  We love our smart phones-- great in the field for reporting, surfing the web and social media! 





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