Tech Talk Show Notes April 10, 2021

Tech Talk Show Notes April 10, 2021

Read.  Learn.  Share.   Tech Talk Show Notes  April 11, 2021 DHS Preparing to Use Private Contractors to “Scour Public Data and Social Media” To Compile Dissident Citizens for Watch List and No Fly Lists The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is now getting ready to...
Tech Talk Show Notes April 10, 2021

Tech Talk Show Notes January 24 – 30, 2021

Read. Learn. Share TECH TALK SHOW NOTES January 30, 2021 Cloud Jacking: The Bold New World of Enterprise Cybersecurity Those with their finger on the pulse of emerging cybersecurity threats are already aware that there’s a new danger in town: cloud jacking. The...
No Security for Windows 7 After Today

No Security for Windows 7 After Today

No Security for Windows 7 After Today Are you using Windows 7?  Did you know some of the largest firms in the country (even large financial institutions) are still using it?  Today is the day that Microsoft ends support for Windows 7 and will no longer offer security...

A Lesson to Learn – If it is Connected It can Be Hacked

A Lesson to Learn – If it is Connected It can Be Hacked I remember years ago at CES 2013, when this young entrepreneur scheduled an interview with me to show off a prototype for his new Ring security device. At the time, IoT was in its infancy, and this product...

Routers and Firewalls with Broadcom Chipsets Are Vulnerable

Routers and Firewalls with Broadcom Chipsets Are Vulnerable Have you heard of the router/firewall critical vulnerability called Cable Haunt? Well, for 200 million worldwide users, this could soon be a nightmare come true. Cable Haunt allows a hacker to compromise the...

Updates, Patches and Hackers Oh My!

Updates, Patches and Hackers Oh My! Most data breaches ard due to hackers exploiting known vulnerabilities. I know, I hear it all the time – patching takes time, and it can indeed be risky, especially if you have any legacy hardware or software in your network...
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