Top 10 Best Hacking TV Series that a Hacker/Gamer should watch in 2020
- 1 Top 10 Best Hacking TV Series that a Hacker/Gamer should watch in 2020
- 1.1 Top 10 Best Hacking TV Series
- 1.2 1. CSI: Cyber (2015–2016)
- 1.3 2. Silicon Valley (2014–2019)
- 1.4 3. Mr. Robot (2015–2019)
- 1.5 4. Scorpion (2014–2018)
- 1.6 5. Person of Interest (2011–2016)
- 1.7 6. Halt and Catch Fire (2014–2017)
- 1.8 7. Intelligence (2014)
- 1.9 8. Stitchers (2015– )
- 1.10 9. Almost Human (2013–2014)
- 1.11 10. Betas (2013–2014)
Hacking can also be specified as the protection of computer systems and networks from the theft of or damage to their hardware, software, or electronic data, as well as from the disruption or misdirection of the services they provide. The field is becoming more important due to increased reliance on computer systems, the Internet, and wireless network standards such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and due to the growth of “smart” devices, including smartphones, televisions, and the various devices that constitute the “Internet of things”. Owing to its complexity, both in terms of politics and technology, cybersecurity is also one of the major challenges in the contemporary world.
Many think that “hacker” refers to some self-taught whiz kid or rogue programmer skilled at modifying computer hardware or software so it can be used in ways outside the original developers’ intent. But this is a narrow view that doesn’t begin to encompass the wide range of reasons why someone turns to ‘hacking’.
Hacking has a quite wide view and also helps us by testing our programs or systems for security purposes and much more. Well, here are the Top 10 Hacking TV series that every hacker or a gamer should watch in 2020
Top 10 Best Hacking TV Series
- CSI: Cyber (2015–2016)
- Silicon Valley (2014–2019)
- Mr. Robot (2015–2019)
- Scorpion (2014–2018)
- Person of Interest (2011–2016)
- Halt and Catch Fire (2014–2017)
- Intelligence (2014)
- Stitchers (2015– )
- Almost Human (2013–2014)
- Betas (2013–2014)
1. CSI: Cyber (2015–2016)
Special agent Avery Ryan works to solve crimes as a CyberPsychologist for the FBI.
2. Silicon Valley (2014–2019)
In the high-tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success. A comedy partially inspired by Mike Judge’s own experiences as a Silicon Valley engineer in the late 1980s.
3. Mr. Robot (2015–2019)
Elliot, a brilliant but highly unstable young cyber-security engineer, and vigilante hacker becomes a key figure in a complex game of global dominance when he and his shadowy allies try to take down the corrupt corporation he works for.
4. Scorpion (2014–2018)
Based on the real-life of Walter O’Brien, a genius with an IQ of 197. Walter is asked by Homeland Security to put together a special group of gifted individuals to troubleshoot the most difficult problems that the US & the world may encounter
5. Person of Interest (2011–2016)
A billionaire software-genius named Harold Finch creates a Machine for the government that is designed to detect acts of terror before they can happen, by monitoring the entire world through every cell-phone, email, and surveillance camera. Finch discovered that the machine sees everything, potential terrorist acts, and violent crimes that involve ordinary people. When the government considered violent crimes between normal people “irrelevant”, Finch built a back door into the system that gives him the social security number of a person involved in a future violent crime so he could act. Partnered with John Reese, an ex-CIA agent, the two work in secret to prevent violent crimes before they can happen. Eventually, their activities lead to being hunted by the New York Police Department, CIA Agents in pursuit of Reese who was listed as dead, a computer hacker named Root who wants access to the Machine, and government officials who want to keep all knowledge of the Machine a complete secret.
6. Halt and Catch Fire (2014–2017)
Set in the 1980s, this series dramatizes the personal computing boom through the eyes of a visionary, an engineer and a prodigy whose innovations directly confront the corporate behemoths of the time. Their personal and professional partnership will be challenged by greed and ego while charting the changing culture in Texas’ Silicon Prairie.
7. Intelligence (2014)
A high-tech intelligence operative, enhanced with a super-computer microchip in his brain, aids an elite government cyber-security agency in special missions.
8. Stitchers (2015– )
Stitchers follow Kirsten, who has been recruited into a government agency to be “stitched” into the memories of people recently deceased to investigate murders and mysteries that otherwise would have gone unsolved. Cameron, a brilliant neuroscientist, assists Kirsten in the secret program headed by Maggie, a skilled covert operator. The program also includes Linus, a bio-electrical engineer, and communications technician. Camille, Kirsten’s roommate and a computer science grad student, is also recruited to assist Kirsten as a “stitcher”.
9. Almost Human (2013–2014)
Is friendship between a human and an android even possible? When a police detective John Kennex gets a new partner, an android of a DRN model, or Dorian, he never thought it was possible to become a friend with a human-like walking machine. Could he be wrong?
10. Betas (2013–2014)
Trey Barrett and Nash Dagavi dropped out of Stanford University to build a social network app called BRB. They join a Silicon Valley incubator program to help find investors for their company to create a product that will “change the world”. The social network featured in the show was inspired by an actual Silicon Valley start-up named Nearby.
Cast (BRB): Joe Dinicol – twenty-four-year-old CEO; Trey Barnett Karan Soni – CTO and chief engineer, Avinash “Nash” Dagavi; Charlie Saxton – programmer, Mitchell; Jon Daly – 35-year-old security, Randal Hobbes.
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