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092 | Seeing AI to help the visually impaired
In the show, Marcello Sukhdeo talks about four things to practice to stay protected from ransomware, also, some new features coming in iOS11 that will free up storage space and a new cool AI app from Microsoft to tell visually impaired users who they are snapping a picture of. Show Notes Ransomware We have been hearing a lot about ransomware in the last few months. The ransomware WannaCry alone, affected more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries and then more recently there was Petya. According to a survey done by Guidance Software of IT and security professionals, ransomware attacks in 2017 have not lessened since 2016. In fact, ransomware isn't going anywhere, it is here to stay, so the best thing to do is protect yourself. 1. Social media security Make sure your profiles are private and only share them with people you actually know and try not to share too much personal information online. 2. Be careful with your emails Don't open emails from people you don't know without scanning them first for malware. Even if an email looks legitimate, be careful. The best thing to do is not click on anything that is inside of an email from someone you don't personally know. 3. Be serious about passwords Make sure your passwords are complex to protect your data. 4. Keep Windows updated Both Petya and WannaCry used vulnerabilities in computers that hadn't updated their Windows operating system. Turn on automatic update on your computer so as to get the latest patches from Microsoft. New features in iOS11 to free up space Running out of storage space on our devices, especially the iPhone a
Rated 5 out of
What a great show Marcello! Glad to see you're on STITCHER!
Date published: 2016-01-14