Virtual Summit • Friday 6 November 2020Social Enterprise Summit for Northern Australia (Designing a Better Future Together) Christine Doan and I are speaking at SESNA – on this Friday 6th Nov 2020 We are running a workshop called “The art and science of collaboration” Tickets are only $20 – love to see you there
Roughly 594 million people are affected by cybercrime every year, globally.
So I thought I’d just go into that if you be aware and use some correct tools you can protect yourself against hackers stealing your data, and just knowing these things, it does help you a lot.
Google Photos is something different and that’s photo, video synching and back up some editing.
But the biggest thing is, it uses machine learning to organise your photos and gives you the ability to search for all sorts of things. It’s, it’s quite an incredible piece of, or framework or platform, in that it, they are improveing all the time to make things easier for you so you know how you know you’ve got thousands of photos and sometimes finding a particular photo is not easy,
We’re going to be taking a look at apps what we now commonly known as apps.
I’ve got some equally weird useless and funny websites as well so there’s some of them are apps just on your phone and some of them are websites.
One of the biggest questions I get from a small business with a small website is – “I don’t really need security for my website because there’s nothing worth, you know, sort of pinching if you like or taking from my website” – that’s really a bit of flawed thinking.
So why do hackers attack websites in the first place?