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Undersheriff Robert Swenszkowski discusses the various ways that crimes and scams are perpetrated against seniors using the internet. From sweepstakes, Nigerian bank scams, to bogus phone calls from the FBI, there are several ways that criminals are taking advantage of our elderly, especially utlizing the internet.
Robert Swenszkowski is the Undersheriff for Oneida County, NY
What are the technologies and innovations that are making the biggest impact on sports? What strategies does Team USA use to leverage the technological know-how and what are some of the challenges it faces? Mounir Zok, Director of Technology and Innovation for the US Olympic Committee, will shed some light onto these questions and share insights into some of the projects that Team USA is working on in preparation for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Mounir Zok plays an instrumental and strategic role in bringing emerging technologies to Team USA. He is responsible for championing, setting up and running high-performance technology programs that increase the medaling chances of Team USA athletes at the future Olympic and Paralympic Games; such programs usually lie at the sweet intersection of various emerging technologies, among which: wearable technology, smart textiles and fabric, Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence and cognitive computing.
According to industry estimates, about a million new IT security jobs will be created in the next two years – but there aren't enough skilled professionals to fill them. Dark Reading editors speak with experts about what skills are in shortest supply, and how enterprises can go about finding the people they need to fill out their cyber security teams.
Security researchers are finding that there's a growing market for the vulnerabilities they discover – and a conundrum as to the right way to disclose them. Dark Reading editors speak to experts about bug bounties and the expanding market for zero-day security vulnerabilities.
In past years, security researchers have discovered ways to hack cars, medical devices, automated teller machines, and many other targets. Dark Reading editors discuss some of the most unusual and creative ways that researchers have uncovered in 2016, and what these new vulnerabilities might mean for the coming year.
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