Politico’s Cybersecurity Newsletter from October 10th, 2018 references a report on hacking that has two golden nuggets in it.
A university just paid $12m to a fraudster. Prevention would have been easy. Read more
There is nothing more valuable that any of us have than time. 15 minutes can be a lot, it can also be life changing, for us and for others.
Starting with the next generation of WiFi devices, WiFi will finally have a comprehensible naming scheme. In the past, different versions of wifi went by various letters, that were hard to keep track of even if you were in the industry. 802.11, 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g and so on up to 802.11ay. Each version works with the last version but unless you memorized all the versions it was hard to know which was which.
Now, WiFi will go by simple numbering, and the latest standards will be renamed WiFi 6.
It’s nearly the best thing since sliced bread.
A local residential Knoxville IT firm is leading an effort to collect used but working computers to give to the recently and near homeless. “Techies Give Back” is the brain child of Charlie Harbin, of TechNav, a local traveling IT support firm for residential customers. Specifically, donations will be given to families with school aged children to help complete school work, help parents find jobs and ultimately to enable these families to connect to the world.
If you’ve got some used machines or tech lying around get with Charlie TODAY! They’re almost ready to start handing these out!