Marc Goodman, Author of Future Crimes On How To Protect Yourself From Crime Online
Joe Polish interviews Marc Goodman, author of Future Crimes
Marc Goodman is a global strategist, author and consultant focused on the disruptive impact of advancing technologies on security, business and international affairs. Over the past twenty years, he has built his expertise in next generation security threats such as cyber crime, cyber terrorism and information warfare working with organizations such as Interpol, the United Nations, NATO, the Los Angeles Police Department and the U.S. Government.
Marc frequently advises industry leaders, security executives and global policy makers on transnational cyber risk and intelligence, and has operated in nearly seventy countries around the world.
- When to post vacation pictures that decreases your chances of being robbed while you’re away
- The scary truth about organized criminals, rogue governments, and hackers taking control of the technology you rely on and getting it to do things you don’t want it to do (Think your car, your mobile phone, or even the baby camera in your child’s bedroom is safe? Think again…)
- Marc explains why the things you share online are NOT safe and where technology is being used against you
- THEY KNOW WHEN YOU’RE IN THE BATHROOM: How Disney is using RFID tracking chips to cater to visitors and create a magical experience for them (and how this same technology is being used all around you right now)
- Some of the scariest cyber crimes that are coming that you’re going to want to be aware of (and some that are already here including robotic threats and biological threats…)
- Could your light bulb or garage door be hacked? Seems crazy, but Marc shares the surprising truth about how technologies are connected
- If you have a camera on your phone or computer, it could be hacked without you ever knowing it’s recording you or taking pictures of you! Here’s something that will take you 10 seconds to do, but it will protect you from being hacked and attacked
- THEY CAN TELL EVERY LOCATION YOU GO AND ALL THE PEOPLE YOU MEET WITH: The ins and outs of your privacy. What can you do to stay anonymous? Here’s what you need to know about “big data” and the steps you can take to maintain your privacy…
- The cell phone in your pocket or purse is the snitch of your life. It’s the most intimate device you have with you – and it’s recording WAY more data about you than your desktop computer or laptop. Here’s some simple steps you can take to protect yourself…
- What you need to know about Bitcoin and other digital currencies (and why criminals are flocking to it and committing high-tech crime INCLUDING hiring hitmen!)
- ROBOT HACKING: Could robots get hacked and end up kicking you, punching you, dragging you, and even shooting you? Unfortunately, yes. But it could also happen to your loved ones! Marc explains the morphing of cyber threats into physical reality and how to keep safe.
- Did you know some drug cartels in Columbia have a $5M research and development budget for robotics? Here’s how robots are carrying out crimes and terrorist attacks…
- HACKING YOU: For the first time ever in history, your body could be subject to cyber attacks. Marc shares the consequences of everything (including our bodies) becoming more computerized (PLUS: What you need to know about wearables, embeddables, implantables, and ingestibles)
- The future of terrorism in an increasingly digital world (How robotics are going to be used more and more to carry out attacks that could endanger your life)
- COULD YOUR CAR GET A VIRUS? Most cars have computer chips that control the radio, airbag, horn, braking system, windshield wipers and A LOT more – it’s all encoded in a computer. And it turns out it can be HACKED. A hacker could drive up behind you a couple hundred feet and deploy your airbag or kill your brakes. Is there anything you can do to stay safe? Marc shares his thinking…
- ORGANIZED CRIME 2.0: How organized criminals are automating and scaling their crimes with scripts, artificial intelligence, and algorithms that scour the internet 24/7 to find hackable computers (Everything is connected, and everyone is vulnerable. Think you, your computer, your devices, and your technology is safe? Don’t be so sure. Marc explains…)
- How to be a technological insider and make educated, informed decisions when it comes to protecting you and your families safety
- 6 simple technique for avoiding 80% of the threats in cyberspace and decreasing your risk from almost all threats by 85%!