Chuck relates the story of his experience in trying to do a transaction on Facebook, the warning signs that spelled trouble, and why you need to be extra careful when trying to buy or sell online.
The second part of our discussion with Paul Ducklin, Principal Research Scientist for Sophos, turns to ways to protect yourself from the bad guys when it comes to ransomeware, malware, and data breaches. Some common sense approaches, Paul’s personal top five suggestions, and what to look for in anti-malware software wrap up this very important discussion of keeping you and your data safe. (Part 2)
Ransomeware stories are everywhere these days, but what does the threat really look like, and what can be done to protect yourself? Paul Ducklin, Principal Research Scientist for Sophos,joins us to issue. Who is to blame? How should a victim react? How should you react in a breach situation? Paul has some thoughts on those and all aspects of a breach and how users and companies react. (Part 1)
The final part of our WWDC Keynote discussion with the MacVoices Live! panel of David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont,, Frank Petrie, Jim Rea, Guy Serle, Jeff Gamet, Brittany Smith, and Patrice Brend’amour wraps up by touching on Siri everywhere, security changes for lost devices, the AirTag separation alarm, device tracking with no power, and a different view on Apple and iPad Pro apps. (Part 4)
David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont, Jay Miller, Frank Petrie, Jim Rea, Guy Serle, Jeff Gamet, Brittany Smith, and Patrice Brend’amour take on more announcements from the WWDC Keynote in the third installment of our MacVoices Live! discussion. This time, we cover Live Text, SharePlay, and the AirPods new Conversation Boost. (Part 3)
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