Want to enjoy some time among the tech heavy sessions and learn how an Ignite-winning session was actually put together? This is a one-time chance of seeing a behind-the-scenes session about what it takes to build a conference winning session. Sami Laiho has won all the major TechEd and Ignite sessions and now he is willing to be the magician revealing his tricks to the audience. Whether you are a seasoned public speaker or an attendee who want's to better understand how these sessions are put together, you'll enjoy this session.
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LEARN MORE ABOUT SECURE CONFERENCING: http://www.confertel.net/audio-conferencing/secure-conference-call/ It is interesting that we are pretty diligent in making sure our passwords we use for everyday login access over the internet is extremely secure, we monitor and modify our passwords to avoid hacks….but do we use the same security measures for our confidential conference calls? Think about how often you have a regularly scheduled conference call using the same passcode for everyone to enter. If an employee leaves the company do you change the passcode? Do you know who is on each and every call? Probably the answer is going to be “well, I think so.” So that you can answer “absolutely, I’m going to give you a few best practice tips to secure your conference calls so that you can have piece-of-mind that only the people who are supposed to be on your calls are actually the ones on them. Tip #1 is probably the easiest one to implement with little to no effort. Setup your conference call with the “roll call” feature turned on. This will ask each guest to record their name as they enter the conference. Then when people enter you will hear “Bob has entered the conference”. You can also do a roll call check right before you start your conference call to make sure you recognize each person that you invited. #2: If your conference call service provider offers an online visual call manager then you can actually see all the active callers and what number they called from. Probably my favorite tips is #3: Provide each guest with their own secure and unique passcode to enter the conference; this will make sure that the person you gave it to is the one who is actually using it. The secure unique passcodes will only allow one connection so it cannot be shared. You can have these unique passcodes expire after each conference call or you have keep the same one for multiple uses but it still will only allow one connection per conference call. 4: Don’t provide a passcode to guests, but rather dial out to each one and bring them into conference. I know this sounds like a lot of work but with a conference service that offers a quick dial out feature will make it painless. And last but not least Tip #5 - always and I can’t stress enough, ALWAYS review your call summary reports. Your conference call provider should be providing these reports to you after each conference call. The reports should be detailed enough so that it shows the date, time, a listing of each participant by the phone number they called from and the duration that each participant was on the conference call. Don’t allow the content of your conference calls get compromised. Follow these simple and easy to use tips concerning security for each and every one of your conference calls to ensure the confidentially of potentially sensitive information from your conference calls. With ConferTel’s SECURE CONFERENCE CALL SERVICES, you can rest assured that only invited guests are permitted entry and accounted for during your conference calls. And that’s your Skill Builder Minute – thanks for joining me
Views: 194 ConferTel a Civicom Company
Learn More: http://www.knowbe4.com A new study says Tampa is one of the hardest hit cities in the country when it comes to computer viruses. It was ranked #2 for malware infections per person. Tampa is 842% above the national average, others in the top 5 include Little Rock, St. Louis, Orlando and Denver. Because there are so many different types of infections, it's really hard to say why any one area would be more susceptible than another. However, this is an easy problem to prevent. KnowBe4 CEO and Founder Stu Sjouwerman says this happens because of risky behavior. Going directly to company home pages rather than clicking on suspicious links or ads could be what saves you from being infected. Two big ones to watch out for free p0rn and malicious advertising - users scour the internet for the best deals and often times unwittingly become malvertising victims. Always think before you click, a good rule of thumb is anything that sounds too good to be true probably is. Opening attachments or clicking on a phishing link can introduce keylogger programs into your system. Again with just one click, the criminals have everything they need to access our bank accounts and personal information. You can't rely on just antivirus, you have to be your own human firewall. Security awareness computer based training educates users on what to watch out for. We've seen the average phishing risk go from 15.9% to just 1.2% over 12 months with proper training in place.
Views: 1377 KnowBe4
Presentation: Enterprise companies are increasingly using Microsoft Lync 2010/2013 (a.k.a Skype for Business 2015) services as call centre, internal communication, cloud communication, and video conference platform. These services are based on the VoIP and instant messaging protocols, and support multiple client types such as Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Lync, Skype for Business, IP phones, and teleconference devices. Also, the official clients are available for mobile devices (e.g. Windows phone, Android and iOS), desktops (Mac, Linux and Windows), and web applications developed with .NET framework. Although the Microsoft Lync platform has been developed along with the new technologies, it still suffers from old VoIP teleconference and platform issues. Modern VoIP attacks can be used to attack Microsoft Lync environments to obtain unauthorised access to the infrastructure. Open MS Lync front-end and edge servers, insecure federation security design, lack of encryption, insufficient defence for VoIP attacks, and insecure compatibility options may allow attackers to hijack enterprise communications. The enterprise users and employees are also the next generation targets for these attackers. They can attack client soft phones and handsets using the broken communication, invalid protocol options, and malicious messaging content to compromise sensitive business assets. These attacks may lead to privacy violations, legal issues, call/toll fraud, and intelligence collection. Attack vectors and practical threats against the Microsoft Lync ecosystem will be presented with newly published vulnerabilities and Microsoft Lync testing modules of the Viproy VoIP kit developed by the speaker. This will be accompanied by live demonstrations against a test environment. A brief introduction to Microsoft Lync ecosystem Security requirements, design vulnerabilities and priorities Modern threats against commercial Microsoft Lync services Demonstration of new attack vectors against target test platform.
Views: 1600 Fatih Ozavci
Mr. Rahul Sharma, Managing director of LogMeIn in an exclusive interview with Gizbot, talks about the importance of having cloud security systems and the major problems involved in maintaining weak passwords. He also speaks about how password management tool – LastPass helps users in creating and remembering passwords for different websites. For the latest in mobile reviews and everything tech, visit http://www.gizbot.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gizbotcom Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gizbot.com/?fref=ts
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If you want to allow guests access to your Blackboard site, you'll need to follow this two-process to ensure that they'll have access to your materials. Guest users as CWRU must have a CWRU Network ID (e.g. abc123) in order to access Blackboard. This demo shows Blackboard 9.1 April 2014 Release.
Views: 108 Katie Skapin
Allan Friedman, PhD, Director of Cybersecurity, NTIA In this session, Allan will discuss: - What do we mean by ‘cybersecurity’? - How does cybersecurity affect your field, and how can you engage? - What is NTIA doing on cybersecurity policy?
Views: 76 U.S. Department of Commerce
Software Sukumar is an "First Independent Cinema In Software Backdrop". #SoftwareSukumar Movie. Directed by B Ramakrishna. Produced by Asrin Reddy. Music composed by Kesava Kiran.
Views: 521902 Madhura Talkies
Presenters: -Kim VanGelder '86, chief information officer and senior vice president, Kodak -Jeffrey Wright '96, vice president and chief information security officer, Allstate Insurance Company Sony Pictures, JP Morgan Chase, Home Depot, Target, Excellus—just some of the bigger, well-publicized cyber attacks on big business and their customers. But cyber-attacks are not just something big business needs to think about and safeguard against. In this highly digital age, we rely extensively on the Internet and storage devices for many aspects of our lives. So much so the need to be proactive and vigilant to protect against cyber threats has never been greater. To achieve a higher level of security both at work and at home, we need to adapt and adopt a good cyber strategy and implement some solid tactics to protect not only our business assets but our personal assets. In this lively and engaging webinar, you will learn from the experts some simple steps you can take to better ensure your cyber safety both at work and at home. Cybersecurity is a hot topic and this webinar is one you won’t want to miss.
Views: 520 RIT Alumni
The technical assistance teleconference "Disaster Recovery Plans for HIT - Why is it Important" was presented on July 31, 2009. Embedded at: http://www.hrsa.gov/healthit/toolbox/webinars/index.html The presenters for this teleconference were Will Gaud, Diane Gaddis and Doug Smith.
Views: 4271 HRSAtube
This is a recording of a webinar delivered by Maurice Martin, Technology Leader for NREL’s Cyber-Physical Systems Security and Resilience Center, on February 25, 2016, on the cyber risks, damage potential, and practical solutions for insecure field devices on the smart grid.
Views: 363 NREL Learning
Secretary Pritzker charged CIO Steve Cooper with transforming the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) organization to address key deficiencies in information technology (IT) services provided to DOC headquarters and Bureaus. Those key deficiencies included operational performance at the Herbert C. Hoover Building (HCHB) in wireless, teleconferencing and printing services for organizational performance as a result of a lack of collaboration across the Department. Mr. Cooper discusses the IT transformation agenda, capabilities, and operations across DOC to drive the business in a cost-effective and timely way.
Views: 223 U.S. Department of Commerce
On July 27 and July 28, the Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI) Working Group of the Advisory Committee to the NIH Director (ACD) hosted a public workshop on the scientific, methodological and practical considerations to inform the incorporation of mobile and personal technologies in the national research cohort of one million or more volunteers. The workshop will be was held at the Intel Corporation campus in Santa Clara, California, and was videocast. This workshop built on the unique scientific questions developed during the April 28–29 workshop, digital health data perspectives shared during the May 28-29 workshop, and the participant engagement and health equity discussions at the July 1-2 workshop. A full list of workshops convened by the ACD PMI Working Group is available on the Events page of the NIH PMI website. Agenda and time codes: Welcome - Mr. Eric Dishman - 00:03 Technical Challenges in Using Mobile Technologies in a PMI Cohort - Mr. Eric Dishman - 00:32 Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Potential Pilot Platforms - Dr. Sachin Kheterpal - 1:39:32 Mobile Technologies in Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Use Cases - Ms. Sue Siegel - 2:22:58 Meeting Wrap-up - Dr. Kathy Hudson - 3:07:30
Views: 456 All of Us Research Program
On April 25, 2018, Dr. Vahan Simonyan from the FDA presented on "Wellness and Health Information Secure Exchange: A Scalable Economy for Healthcare Data Markets" at the NCI CBIIT Speaker Series. https://wiki.nci.nih.gov/display/CBIITSpeakers/CBIIT+Speaker+Series+Page
Views: 174 NCIwebinars