Monday, October 10, 2016

Do the Democrats know about this?
Apple Watches banned from Cabinet after ministers warned devices could be vulnerable to hacking
Ministers have been barred from wearing Apple Watches during Cabinet meetings amid concerns that they could be hacked by Russian spies, The Telegraph has learned.
Under David Cameron, several cabinet ministers wore the smart watches, including Michael Gove, the former Justice Secretary.
However, under Theresa May ministers have been barred from wearing them amid concerns that they could be used by hackers as listening devices.
Mobile phones have already been barred from the Cabinet because of similar concerns.
One source said: "The Russians are trying to hack everything."

My students will probably need this.
New on LLRX – Crowd Funding Resources 2016
by Sabrina I. Pacifici on Oct 9, 2016
Via – Crowd Funding Resources 2016 – This white paper link dataset compilation by Marcus Zillman focuses on reliable and actionable sources and sites on crowd funding from around the world.  For many entrepreneurs in the planning stages or for those already creating startups and seeking to develop monetary sources, crowd funding has become an essential part of a financial game plan.  This white paper lists many of these sources in alphabetical order to assist researchers and entrepreneurs to leverage a wide range of opportunities specific to their requirements.

Dilbert on the future of due diligence?

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