This is the 78th episode of the Shared Security Podcast sponsored by Security Perspectives – Your Source for Tailored Security Awareness Training and Assessment Solutions and Silent Pocket. This episode was hosted by Tom Eston and Scott Wright recorded July 18, 2018. Listen to this episode and previous ones direct via your web browser by clicking here!
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In this episode Tom and Scott discuss the recent trend in using facial recognition technology at kids summer camps. While there are many advantages for parents that are looking for easier ways to see what their kids are doing at camp, the use of facial recognition technology also opens up many questions and concerns about the privacy and security of this technology, especially when it comes to our children. We also discuss the risks of using the “dark web”, what the dark web is, how do you access the dark web, what are the associated risks, and why you may not want to browse and use dark web (.onion) sites if you don’t know what you’re doing.
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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Shared Security authored by Tom Eston. Read the original post at: https://sharedsecurity.net/2018/07/26/the-shared-security-podcast-episode-78-summer-camp-facial-recognition-dark-web-dangers/