Alright! Welcome to another episode of the OSINT Curious podcast Or, to the OSINT Curious project webcast. How about that? Thank you for joining us. We’ve got a special guest this week & we’ve got a couple of other people from the OSINT Curious project as well, so we’ll go around and introduce ourselves. Tracy,
Encryption is the process of taking a message and scrambling it’s contents so that only certain people can look at your message. There are two types of encryption: symmetric and asymmetric encryption. Let’s first take a look at symmetric encryption to understand why asymmetric encryption was created. To do that, let me introduce you to
Kia ora koutou, ko Nga Puhi toku iwi, kei Te Mana Matapono Matatapu ahau e mahi ana, ko Sophie toku ingoa. Hi everyone, I work for the office of the Privacy Commissioner and my name is Sophie. I’m so excited to speak to you all today and to tell you about the exciting world of privacy,
Welcome to Episode #238 of CxOTalk. I’m Michael Krigsman, industry analyst, and your host. I want to thank Livestream for being our video streaming partner because those guys are great. And if you go to Livestream.com/CxOTalk, they will give you a discount. Today on CxOTalk, we are speaking about one of the most important topics
All right, thank you everybody for coming out. This is “How Do I Tails?: A Beginner’s Guide to Anonymous Computing”. First off, I’d like to thank the EFF for providing an awesome space and the opportunity to be able to talk and help share this information with you guys. It is a little strange to
Top 12 Smart Computing Tips What is the combination for safeguarding personal data and UW’s institutional information? 1. Update and patch 2. Antivirus 3. Passwords 4. Be selective 5. Know your data 6. Back up data 7. Encryption 8. Use caution with links 9. Lock your workstation 10. Use https 11. Check privacy settings 12.
SPEAKER: This is CS50. DAVID MALAN: Hello, world. This is episode two of the CS50 podcast. My name is David Malan,and I'm here with– COLTON OGDEN: Colton Ogden. You know, in the last couple episodes–just to get us kicked off here– we've had this theme of robocalls. And recently I haven't been receivingany robocalls– at