What if I offered you a keyhole view into the seedy underbelly of the Internet, a journey into the world of cybercrime, cyber-espionage and other threats? Would you want a look?
If the answer is yes, you’re in luck, because that’s exactly what Charles Koppelman is offering with his film ZERO DAY, a documentary exploring “the dark side of the Internet.”
Embedded with Facebookʼs Security Team at its Menlo Park headquarters, given unprecedented fly-on-the-wall access to intrusions, hacks, and criminal activities, Charles and his crew deep-dive into the most high severity cases of e-crime at Facebook.
Add in the investigative journalism of former Washington Post “Security Fix” reporter, Brian Krebs, who takes the audience on the wild ride of money laundering for the Russian mafia (that sadly prey on “mules” through work-at-home job scams), and you have one compelling narrative.
Now the film is in its final push to completion, looking to Kickstarter to bring in the remaining dollars needed to make the project a theatrical reality. I’ve already kicked in $10 and in return will receive the finished film (in down-loadable format).
If any of this sounds at all interesting to you, I recommend checking out ZERO DAY’s Kickstarter page and help it cross the finish line.