Facebook is facing criticism after Cambridge Analytica may have wrongly had access to millions of users' personal data.
Wondering how much of your personal data Facebook stores? Our CMO, Jennifer Guidry, spoke with ABC 30 Action News to give viewers a clearer picture of what information Facebook saves and how it is used.
The process of creating a security culture does not end after awareness training is complete. In fact, each of the preceding steps in this series have built upon one another to get your organization to this point. Now is when the ongoing task of keeping cybersecurity front-of-mind begins.
If you’ve followed our first three steps for creating a culture of security, you’ve set you, your employees, and your organization up for success in these final two steps. The assessment has revealed key strengths and weaknesses in your current cybersecurity environment. Creating buy-in has developed the framework for a company that values security. Your awareness training has provided all key stakeholders with the necessary tools for spotting and mitigating potential cyberthreats.
Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night, frustrated that you’ve been fumbling around for that darn toilet handle? Have you ever been appalled that you had to actually use your own hands to push down the toilet handle, instead of just saying, “Okay Google, flush the toilet.”
Neither have we, but apparently someone has felt this way because there is a new wave of Smart Toilets hitting the market.