Computer Theft Prevention with SecurTech Spot Anchors

Computer Theft Prevention with SecurTech Spot Anchors

For twenty-five years, leading universities, schools and institutions have trusted the SecurTech Spot Anchor system to protect their computers and electronic equipment. Computer theft is primarily a crime of opportunity. A thief has two main goals. He wants to get out quick and he wants to sell it quick. The Spot Anchor system provides two

Security Minute | Tech Support Scam | Fake Tech Support Phone Calls

Security Minute | Tech Support Scam | Fake Tech Support Phone Calls

Have you ever received a phone call from a security expert from Microsoft? How about Apple? I’m Kyle Kunnen and this is a Mercantile Bank security minute. I’ve heard from numerous people who have received this type of phone call. The person on the line states that they’re from Microsoft or Apple’s technical support and

How to keep your mobile safe with Sophos
How Trend Micro Home Network Security Works

How Trend Micro Home Network Security Works

This is a home network. Like most home networks, it has a router that allows devices to connect to the internet via Wi-Fi. Data from the internet passes through the router before reaching your devices. And data from your devices goes through the router as it heads to the internet. This makes the router the

Should you cover your webcam?

Should you cover your webcam?

(ominous music) – You’ve probably seen people cover their webcams, but should you cover your webcam? Former FBI director, James Comey, thinks you should. – [Interviewer] Do you still have a piece of tape over your cameras at home? – Heck yeah, heck yeah. – Edward Snowden, and even Mark Zuckerberg, appear to cover theirs.

Public Wi-Fi Networks | Federal Trade Commission

Public Wi-Fi Networks | Federal Trade Commission

[MUSIC PLAYING] Many hotels, coffee shops, airports, and other places offer free Wi-Fi hotspots. They’re convenient. Unfortunately, they often aren’t secure. That could make it easy for someone else to access your online accounts or steal your personal information. So what can you do to reduce your risk? Encryption is the key to keeping your

DEF CON 22 – Chris Littlebury – Home Alone with localhost: Automating Home Defense

DEF CON 22 – Chris Littlebury – Home Alone with localhost: Automating Home Defense

>>I am Chris Littlebury, and this is all about automating home defense. A little about me, I am a senior penetration tester with knowledge information group. We are hiring, if you have skills, let us know, and I like building stuff. Couple of pictures there, it’s an Xbox Live Controller that ummm did a randomization