Yep, it looks like another rash of the technology version of an illness. Ugh. The heartbleed bug is the latest concern. ven the name sounds yucky, but regardless of the type of name, it is the same old story that someone wants to steal or destroy data. This comes on the heals of the Windows XP expiration of support and services, which could be bad for those who are not paying attention. So I am sending out another article to herald to all those that love their computers and other tools of technology, make sure your IT crew knows what they are doing. Be vigilant and informed and ask your IT crew questions and voice concerns. These people are supposed to be your technological experts and if they aren't get yourself another IT crew. We live in a day and age where your data is often vital to the survival of one's company. In a short amount of time information that is key to your business could be damaged or destroyed costing you well into the thousands of dollars, and if you are the small business owner that price for not making sure data is secure and passwords are good could be the end of that small business. So keep informed. Here is a link from the BBC for more information concerning the heartbleed bug. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-26971363
Read Kim Komando's article about router security. The bad guys don't even have to show up at your house anymore to get in and rob you. Who are these fantastic sounding criminals? They are hackers, and they are using your everyday appliances to get into your personal space and steal vital data from you or perhaps just use your location for their crime. And apparently your home router is letting these guys in through various back doors! This is important stuff because no one wants to be violated, victimized, or unwittingly be the site for ongoing criminal activity that hurts others. The damage can be expensive and very stressful, and that is why we want to make sure that our Team Members and clients all are made aware of what is going on. This is the first part of winning this battle. Knowing that it is possible to be hacked and learning measures to prevent these events from happening is the first vital step to securing your home router. So that's why we are sharing this article on how hackers are targeting your personal router and the steps to help prevent such an intrusion into your private space. Just click the link to read more. http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/03/15/hackers-now-targeting-your-router/?intcmp=features
KCBS is the World’s First Broadcasting Station. The station started out as a hobby of scientist Charles Herrold. Herrold and his engineering students scheduled their first programming in 1909 on a 14 watt transmitter in San Jose, a full 12 years before radio licenses were issued. KCBS is also among the most honored radio stations in the United States, winning every major national award for excellence in broadcast journalism. These awards include the Peabody Award, the duPont-Columbia Award, five Edward R. Murrow Awards for Overall Excellence from the national Radio-TV News Directors Association, the Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Crystal Award for public service from the National Association of Broadcasters. It is with great pride that Cumulus Technology will now take part in that long pioneer history of radio technology, and be alongside shows such as 60 Minutes and Face the Nation. KCBS is now 105 years old. The interview will be conducted by 30 year veteran of Northern California Radio, Stan Bunger. To check out the interview tune in at 9:30Am Pacific Time on 740 AM and 106.9 FM in the San Francisco Bay area or listen via the Internet. Just go to the link http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/station/kcbs/ and click the "LISTEN LIVE" button on the right hand side of the website.