August 14, 2018

Below are the Contents of our current ABL Technology Online News & Trendletter + Mimi Grant’s Blog and Vlog

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Blog by Mimi Grant

Sextortion – The Newest Way to Ruin Your Day

In this Blog, Mimi explains how she was recently the victim of a “sextortion” attempt. And shares the tips she learned from Alvaka Networks‘ COO & CSIO, Kevin McDonald, to help keep her safer from hackers in the future.

“For years, in our Technology and Healthcare Round Tables we’ve been hearing about the cyber security risks posed by phishing, data breaches, malware and ransomware, that result in shutting down businesses, including hospitals. Just last week I was the recipient of a new twist on this twisted theme. . .  READ REST OF BLOG >>>

TechInsightsLogoMimi Grant’s Vlog: July 10, 2018

How Blockchain Can Keep Your Home From Being Stolen

In Mimi Grant’s first for “ABL Technology Insights” VLOG, you’ll hear how Blockchain is already starting to change many industries – including one that’s close to the heart of nearly two-thirds of Americans: residential real estate. Turns out that currently there are some real “holes” when it comes to recording deeds that blockchain could remedy. WATCH VLOG >>>

UPCOMING ABL TECHNOLOGY ROUND TABLES

    • 9/06 – Orange County Round Table
    • 9/07 – Downtown Los Angeles Round Table
    • 9/14 – West Los Angeles Round Table
Round Tables

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