February 8, 2011 — Most people reading this sentence have been bombarded by mandates to use social networks to improve communication. That is a noteworthy goal as long as it is done securely. But how do you know if you are putting your information at risk?
Dr. Terry Gudaitis from Cyveillance joins us to discuss this topic.
Plus, new security concerns are not only limited to social networking. Many listeners work in offices that have multiple purpose printers, meaning they can fax and scan as well. You may not realize that many of these devices contain hard drives and an IP address – a great hiding place for hackers.
We can control cookies on our notebook computers – can we control tracking with our mobile devices? What can you do to prevent being geo-located? What value is the local Black Hat conference?