Here is some of my advice about cyber squatting and other scams: https://whyy.org/articles/got-a-fake-profile-its-not-just-you-cyber-scammers-have-been-busy-during-the-pandemic/
I am proud of brokering this agreement between the APTLD and Drexel University and of teaching the first two sessions. Onward and upward, -Dr. P
Dr P. delivered some radio comments on ransomware recently. Yes and Yes. There are more bad guys, and they are getting better.
Fue un placer hablar de innovación en este programa para latinoamérica. Muchas gracias por la invitación.
I look right and I look left, and I see few: we need more.
Dr. P’s comments for KYW Newsradio on the serious Microsoft Exchange hack: https://www.radio.com/kywnewsradio/news/local/expert-microsoft-accounts-possibly-vulnerable-after-attack
Dr. P warns against election scam calls, texts, and email messages for NBC Philadelphia.
Here is the link: https://www.ciotalknetwork.com/addressing-the-top-three-ciso-challenges/
Today is Dr. P’s first day of a Fulbright grant visiting with Dr. Philippe Coudre-Mauroux at the University of Fribourg, Department of Informatics, Exascale Infolab. Dr. P’s first open-to-the-public lecture on Ethics and Technology will be on March 3 at 4 pm. Doing IT Right. Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, YouTube, Equifax, the US Office of Personnel Management, fake news, ransomware… a faulty moral compass for technology decisions costs organizations much money and reputation. Join Dr. Pablo Molina in exploring important ethical issues when using information technology personally and professionally, including codes of conduct, privacy, security, intellectual property, governance, inclusiveness, diversity, and laws and regulations. We must think critically to reflect on what emerging technologies like drones, driverless cars, the Internet of Things, big data, and artificial intelligence mean to humanity.
Dr. P gives an interview about changes in the .org domain registration, including the controversial sale of the Public Interest Registry to Ethos Capital, and the role of ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.