Dec 16, 2020
Cybersecurity thought leader Dennis Hill believes our data privacy vulnerabilities lie in the fact that companies store our data on centralized computers. As proof, you need to look no further than the data breaches at the Departments of Homeland Security, Treasury, and Commerce. Even the software company hired to protect their data was hacked. Every day last year a hospital database was breached. Individual identity theft occurs every 35 seconds. Hill has a plan to not only protect our personal data but protect ownership of our personal information. He suggests that by “simply” decentralizing how we store all our data, the chances of a hacker stealing our information is reduced to 1 in 15 trillion. That’s pretty good odds, wouldn’t you say? This episode is guaranteed to keep your attention from start to finish!
The episode concludes with our Ahead of the Curve: Normal 2.0 segment with Joyce Gioia. Today’s topic is Doing Recognition Right in Normal 2.0. You’ll want to hear how the bonuses you give bonuses help but the timing of those bonuses is everything.