GPS spoof hacking can really mess with your buses

GPS hacking is here.  Hacking killed 17 U.S. sailors when GPS units of naval ships were hacked, and those same ships ran into merchant ships in the South China Sea.  Truckers are purchasing GPS jammers to block their bosses from seeing their locations and inadvertently knocking out airport communications when nearing the airports. What’s all this mean Read more about GPS spoof hacking can really mess with your buses[…]

Ep 110. Risks of the future

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The Risk Control Show
Ep 110. Risks of the future
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Welcome To The Risk Control Show Ep 110. The future of risks The future is bright and chock full of risks, from self driving vehicles to hacking.  In this episode we explore a bunch of risks that you should be aware of so you can properly manage risk in your organization. Listen to the episode Read more about Ep 110. Risks of the future[…]

Episode 24 – Website Security with Mike Nease of Nease Media

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The Risk Control Show
Episode 24 - Website Security with Mike Nease of Nease Media
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As we try to make life easier we turn our efforts to the cloud and web technology.  But that same technology makes us vulnerable to hackers, data theft and much more.  Today, we sit down with Mike Nease of Nease Media to explore one of the biggest vulnerabilities out there our websites. SHOW HIGHLIGHTS Why Read more about Episode 24 – Website Security with Mike Nease of Nease Media[…]

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Why changing your password in response to a hack like Anthem doesn’t matter

Yes, you’ve heard the news – Anthem was hacked and up to 80 million users’ personal information has fallen into the hands of data thieves.  When you start taking into account all of the other data breaches like Target, Ebay, Home Depot, Sony and many others (great visual representation of hacked data here) you realize Read more about Why changing your password in response to a hack like Anthem doesn’t matter[…]

Are QR Codes the new security risk

The internet is filled with awesome information. It is also filled with tons of viruses, malware, phising scams, and people trying to skim information when you visit their site. For years we have been warned not to click on links in those offbeat emails we get. A few years ago, QR codes (those little square Read more about Are QR Codes the new security risk[…]