Regardless of whether they are helpful (“white hat”) or destructive (”black hat”) hackers, researcher Tim Summers says they share quite a proclivity for technology, have exceptional cognitive abilities and get great gratification out of tackling and controlling a complex problem.
Regardless of whether they are helpful (“white hat”) or destructive (”black hat”) hackers, researcher Tim Summers says they share quite a proclivity for technology, have exceptional cognitive abilities and get great gratification out of tackling and controlling a complex problem. YOSHIKAZU TSUNO AFP/GETTY
Regardless of whether they are helpful (“white hat”) or destructive (”black hat”) hackers, researcher Tim Summers says they share quite a proclivity for technology, have exceptional cognitive abilities and get great gratification out of tackling and controlling a complex problem. YOSHIKAZU TSUNO AFP/GETTY

What makes hackers click?

May 17, 2015 04:00 PM