Craig and Scott Schober discuss technology & cybersecurity news from their East and West coast perspectives in this weekly audio podcast.
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Brothers in life and business discuss technology & cybersecurity from their East and West coast perspectives. Scott Schober and Craig Schober are brothers running a 50 year old family business (Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc.) that specializes in wireless security, safety, test and cybersecurity products. Together, they have introduced dozens of top selling wireless products used worldwide by government, military, corporate and law enforcement facilities. Scott regularly appears in front of the camera and audiences for hundreds of events, webinars and interviews for top news networks as a cybersecurity and wireless technology expert. Craig spends his time behind the camera as an accomplished filmmaker, editor, writer and marketer for both personal and professional projects.Together, they have authored 3 top selling cybersecurity books, hundreds of blogs and many technical white papers adopted by the wireless industry.
European authorities warned FIFA World Cup attendees against downloading the official tournament app named Hayya as well as the healthcare app Ehteraz. The two apps may collect location data without permission.
Nonprofit organization is suing the state of Massachusetts on behalf of thousands of low-income families who were collectively robbed of more than a $1 million in food assistance benefits by card skimming devices secretly installed at cash machines and grocery store checkout lanes across the state.
Nokia has stated that contrary to popular belief, 5G technology will make cyberattacks more common. Four years after 5G technology was widely released, 7 in 10 companies are reporting cyberattacks.
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