Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, September 3rd-7th, 2018. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
Kim Del Fierro of Area 1 Security writes about how we can overcome the cybersecurity risks inherent with bring your own device policies.
Host Jonathan Blackwood speaks with Jeremy Samide, the CEO of Stealthcare, about how machine learning and employee engagement can help bolster cybersecurity.
Every higher education campus has an obligation to ensure that they can notify the entire campus of the risk – we give some tips to help.
Kansas State installed a video wall in the Berney Family Welcome Center that integrates with CRM for wayfinding, analytics, and more.
The blue light from computers might be linked to age-related blindness.
An argument for why a Cyber Force that protects the nation’s network is much more important than a Space Force.
Schools can use machine learning to detect social media cues that a school shooting might be imminent.
Customer data stolen from Lenexa, the town of Midland in Canada held hostage by ransomware, 50,000 customers affected by Orrstown Bank phishing attack, and more.