On June 26, it was announced by Vulnerability Labs found a weakness in the Microsoft Windows version of the Skype desktop version. They have prepared an overview that can be found at their online magazine. The issue has been fixed by Microsoft.
Note: This blog is a continuation of the ideas discussed in a recent Connected podcast. When you think of consumer and residential tradeshows like CES and CEDIA, you think that those technologies only affect your home life. However, in recent years many technologies have been developed to work as both consumer and professional tools. Harman, … Read more
Note: This blog is a continuation of the ideas discussed in a recent IT/AV podcast. When you are talking technology—regardless of whether it is IT or AV equipment—most people can agree that security and ease of use are two of the most important aspects of a system. Implementing technology into a system that is too … Read more
AVWeek Episode 279: AVNation’s Consolidated Christmas – Click Here We look back at the biggest stories of the year. From security issues to voice control. What were the events in AV in 2016? We also look ahead to 2017. AVB, SDVOE, control, and government regulations. Listen Here: IT AV Episode 2: Security Review – … Read more
During my “day job”, I work on many projects that are subject to Non Disclosure Agreements (NDA). These projects range from new product development to new projects that have not been announced to details of clients and project contents. There are various levels of diligence called out in each agreement. I am not giving any … Read more
As many of you know, I am a privacy and security advocate. I am also the web architect and digital janitor of AVNation. I follow the principles of privacy and security as I design and implement the AVNation web presence. I am not alone in this desire for privacy and security; as a group, AVNation has joined the EFA. … Read more