State of Virus
Intro to PM
Introduction to teamjop.com
Come and meet JOP @ http://www.teamjop.com
Please register at https://www.smartspecies.com/news-events with sign up with email address on the bottom of your page and we will provide you the URL for to attend.
Testimonial for http://www.Bloksec.com
Being in the business of digital privacy protection and education, we believe that protecting your personal information is key. Everything we do in Internet and Social Networks leaves a track and our personal information. This is why it is very important to know how to protect the privacy of our personal information. With Bloksec’s decentralized approach to identity and authentication, it provides users with a higher level of security. We leverage BlokSec’s secure and frictionless authentication platform to protect the members section of our website. (CEO & Founder – Digital Privacy Company)
Demo will shown at MyData.org Ottawa hub Jan 28 2020 or recording of event can be requested with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Launch of PIPS website:
please see below for the PIPS demo site integrated with Bloksec.com registration and password lees authentication based on Blockchain technology.
Logins for sale:
Threats that can sneak up on you:
How you can send hidden files:
New phishing attacks:
Smart Person, Smart City, Smart Planet
Human centric identity people can see and understand https://www.smartspecies.com/
Block Spammers with these Tips:
Don’t provide any personal or any account information if contacted by phone, email or text message.
Don’t make any type of of payment until you verified and confirmed that you are dealing with company who have any service relationship.
Don’t click on any links advertising a refund or a rebate in text messages or emails as this is a tactic fraudsters use to gather and later access personal information.
Loyalty Rewards Programs
Comic-style introduction to Mnemonic Guard and Cryptomnemo
Be privacy proficient: Get meaningful consent
Personal information belonging to 144,000 Canadians breached by federal departments and agencies | CBC News