RESULTS FOR: Digital Vulnerability Assessment
February 21, 2024 | Cyber Security
On February 8, 2024, the Federal Communications Commission outlawed AI-generated voices in robocalls and with the upcoming Presidential election in the United States, it is easy to see why. Imagine the implications if “leaked audio” from a presidential nominee started to reach voters directly with defamatory voice clips that sound like the candidate, but are artificially created. Beyond election interference, the age-old scam of a grandchild stuck in a foreign prison and needing money wired quickly is becoming more sophisticated, … Read More
February 7, 2023 | Cyber Security
When I first got into the privacy space several years ago, I had a basic understanding that the biggest, single source “leak” of personal data is the person themself. People were using poor security settings for online accounts, oversharing on social media, and reusing the same username and password for multiple sites. All that made sense. What I was not expecting, though, was just how many different entities are collecting your data without your knowledge/awareness.
Let’s consider two common government … Read More