data breach at Target. Then, the one at Neiman-Marcus. But now, Coca-Cola has been hacked.
Think about that for a minute. You might have Coca-Cola in your refrigerator. Which means there's hackers in your house. Or your Westinghouse!
And, if you don't, there's still the chance you've ordered a Coke at a drive-thru. That means you ended up with a Quarter Pounder, Large Fries, and Russian Hacker in the bag.
Hit the break room at work? Put a dollar in the machine, and it dispenses a security threat in a 20-oz bottle.
There's no hiding any more. Hackers are in your wallet, on your Facebook and Google machine, and now in your soft drinks.
The only place they haven't hacked is your bathroom. When that happens, it's really going to hit the fan.