Let’s Talk Privacy, Surveillance and Edward Snowden with Naomi Brockwell In this episode, Naomi Brockwell returns to discuss privacy, surveillance, Edward Snowden, having her videos used in the classroom, and Crypto conferences that don’t pay in Crypto. Naomi Brockwell has been a strong advocate for Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency for nearly as long as Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency have been in existence. Naomi produces a variety on content that focuses on Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Privacy. Connect with Naomi on Twitter @naomibrockwell For more go to https://cryptoinsightsjournal.com Continue reading Let’s Talk Privacy, Surveillance and Edward Snowden with Naomi Brockwell
Cyber Security in an Age of Social Media & IOT with Kim Crawley In this episode, I chat again with Cyber Security Expert Kim Crawley. We discuss the recent hack of the Amazon Ring cameras. Lawsuits against TikTok for privacy violations. We also discuss end-to-end encryption, burner email addresses. Visit these sites for more Kim Crawley Content: https://www.alienvault.com/blogs/ https://www.peerlyst.com/ https://www.tripwire.com/ https://threatvector.cylance.com/ https://hackernoon.com/ Kim can be found on Twitter @kim_crawley For more content and information go to https://cryptoinsightsjournal.com Continue reading Cyber Security in an Age of Social Media & IOT with Kim Crawley
In a previous article, In Defense of Privacy, I wrote that we should not fetishize privacy, we should demand privacy. While I stand by that, we run into the issue that most of our privacy is degraded and put at risk because we willingly and nonchalantly provide our data. I’m as guilty of this as anyone else so what can we do? Is it possible to get our data back? The short answer…no. In an interview with Bloomberg in September 2018, Brittany Kaiser formerly of Cambridge Analytica put it simply, no. “If you were on Facebook before April 2015, you’re never … Continue reading Data in 2019, more valuable than oil
In this episode I chat with Pariss Athena creator of #BlackTechTwitter and founder of the Black Tech Pipeline. We discuss the need for diversity and inclusion in tech and how we can bring more women and people of color into the space. #womenintech #diversityintech #blacktechtwitter You can find Pariss on Twitter: @ParissAthena where you can follow the hashtag #blacktechtwitter You can find the Black Tech Pipleline on Twitter: @BTPipeline and on the official Black Tech Pipeline website: blacktechpipeline.substack.com Also, a special shout-out to Isiah Jackson author of Bitcoin & Black America, get your copy on Amazon.com today! Continue reading Bringing Diversity & Inclusion to Tech
In this video, I sit down with IT & Cyber Security expert Kim Crawley as we discuss IT, Cyber Security, Information Security (InfoSec) and Operational Security (OpSec), Malware, Cyber Attacks and how they intersect with Cryptocurrency and protecting ourselves online. Visit these sites for more Kim Crawley Content: https://www.alienvault.com/blogs/auth… https://www.peerlyst.com/users/kimber… https://www.tripwire.com/state-of-sec… https://threatvector.cylance.com/en_u… https://hackernoon.com/@kim_crawley For the work of author Mark Russinovich: http://www.trojanhorsethebook.com/ Continue reading Cyber Security Threats: A Conversation with Cyber Security Expert Kim Crawley
We live in a time where we pass through hundreds if not thousands of websites every year, many of which we have accounts on to either tailor our experience, purchase goods and services or conduct business through. For most of us, trying to remember the login/passwords for all of these sites is next to impossible. This is where password managers come in. Password managers allow users to store all of their passwords (and the websites associated) in one place. Products like Dashlane, LastPass and 1Password are popular. With a password manager, the users only need to remember one password, a … Continue reading Why You Should Use A Password Manager
More and more, we are seeing instances where criminals are sending emails either threatening to release personal or embarrassing information and more recently scammers have begun threatening to do harm to the victim or their business, demanding up to $20,000.00 in Bitcoin. People forget that the technology that makes Bitcoin possible, Blockchain Technology is a digital ledger, think notebook, that records transactions that take place in the Blockchain. This includes Bitcoin transactions done for illegal purposes. There are many who still believe, mostly due to how the media portrays Bitcoin and CryptoCurrency, that Bitcoin is anonymous, when in fact Bitcoin … Continue reading Using Cyber Awareness To Fight Cyber Crime.