There’s a scene in Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall” where the narrator imagines that Marshall McLuhan would suddenly appear to tell a know-it-all pontificating about McLuhan’s theories, “You know nothing of my work.”
The video above imagines a similar situation with our own Chief Research Officer, TED talker and legendary “Code Warrior” Mikko Hypponen. He overhears some online security tips then offers some of his own.
The complete list of suggestions is:
1. Use security software.
2. Choose a company that cares.
3. Change your passwords.
4. Keep your devices clean and updated.
5. Be careful with free Wi-Fi.
This may sound like a nightmare or a Black Mirror episode about a dystopic future, but…
March 23, 2017