I was on with Mr. Heath again this morning per usual. His show keeps expanding. It’s really kind of cool. He’s had on a number of presidential candidates. In fact, usually, they all come through his studio. That’s one of the advantages of being here in New Hampshire. So this morning, I talked with him about stolen intellectual property billions of dollars worth it looks like and what the FBI is urging businesses to do right now. Something, in fact, that will help you as a regular consumer as well. So here we go with Mr. Heath.
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Good morning, everybody. Craig Peterson here. I was on with Mr. Heath again this morning per usual. His show keeps expanding. It’s really kind of cool. He’s had on a number of presidential candidates. In fact, usually, they all come through his studio. That’s one of the advantages of being here in New Hampshire. So this morning, I talked with him about stolen intellectual property billions of dollars worth it looks like and what the FBI is urging businesses to do right now. Something, in fact, that will help you as a regular consumer as well. So here we go with Mr. Heath.
Craig Peterson, our tech talk guy this morning. We had some great technology tips and thoughts. Good morning, correct.
Hey, good morning, Jack. We certainly do. And this first one is from our friends at the FBI. They are strongly urging businesses to start using biometric factors for two-factor authentication. Our data has been stolen from business, and just to show that that’s actually the fact, China has now released an airplane that they’ll start selling in a couple of years, called the C 919. And this is all put together as it turns out, it looks like from a Chinese government back cyber espionage group. Looking into this with some real detail, one of the security experts says the bottom line pretty much every part of the design of this Chinese terrible jet came from the United States and was stolen from our companies here our intellectual property and is now going to go up for sale now. It was stolen from Boeing and Airbus various parts of it. And in about two years, our aviation industries here in the left are going to be competing against their own designs being manufactured in China. And you know, jack, I’ve even seen this right here in New Hampshire with small businesses. But now that the FBI is coming out and making sure businesses realize that they need to pull up their socks, and one of the quickest, easiest ways to do it for businesses, or for individuals, is to use two-factor authentication. In other words, something you know, along with something you have. In so in many cases, you’ve got your username and your password for a website, for instance. But you also might get a text message, which isn’t the best way to do it, but it’s a start, right? So you get a text message, you enter the number that you’re sent. And that helps to make sure that people like the Chinese government here, don’t get access to your business information and do everything from stealing your intellectual property through taking the money that is sitting in your operating bank account.
Good information. People want to learn more, or can they go to your site or how do they go to about this.
Absolutely. The easiest way to do it if you go to Craig Peterson dot com you’ll see these articles. It’s part of my newsletter that I send out every week. So, if you subscribe to that newsletter, you’ll get about six or eight different articles with tips on what to do what’s going on right now. Craig Peterson dot com
I appreciate it very much you make it a good Monday enjoy it. And we’ll catch you again next Monday, and of course, your show airs Saturdays on right here on news-talk stations. Tech Talk. Thank you, Craig.
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