If you’ve used the internet for anything, you’ve probably been faced with CAPTCHA, otherwise known as the Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart.
The pandemic lockdown that forced us all to work-from-home was a true shock to the system for most people who hadn’t worked a full day via videoconferencing.
AI talk is everywhere, seemingly all blending together. AI, or artificial intelligence is aimed at mimicking the human brain.
Dr. Suess created that grey fuzzy-haired creature many years ago, the Grinch, who stole Christmas. While not quite as cute and fuzzy as the Grinch, today’s cybercriminals are posing as a similar sounding nefarious activity, the Glitch.
Consider this when you’re driving to the beach this Labor Day Weekend…I was driving on the freeway the other day ALONE, in my wife’s car, listening to music on the radio.
"The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." This quote attributed to Socrates, while controversial, underscores the importance of humility in our quest for knowledge.
[If you are a routine kind of person, stop reading here. If you consider yourself to be less bland, I challenge you to read to the end.]
After reading the recent FBI report on the state of email related cybercrime in 2022, one statistic popped out at me, when correlating different parts of the report related to Business Email Compromise and Ransomware.
We’ve had a few days of insightful discussions at the world’s largest legal IT security event, ILTA LegalSEC. Since many of you are not able to (or not in the right frame of mind to) travel to beautiful Baltimore to experience this event live, I thought I would dedicate this week’s Tech Essentials to sharing the top three FBI-special-agent speaker insights (from my perspective).
As I’m sure you’re aware, the world is currently replete with conspiracy theories—probably more so than at any other time in history.
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