Social Engineering – Bugs in the Human Hardware
By all accounts, the largest threat to computer systems is people. A fun fact to back up this surprising statement: Oak Ridge National Labs (one of the US national energy labs) was a target for a spear phishing attack where 57 out of a targeted 530 employees opened up an email that installed malware on their personal computers. Oak Ridge was shut down for days to… Continue
Added by Alan Wlasuk on April 28, 2011 at 5:04pm —
Ahhh, yes. The Sleestacks, those hissing purveyors of death and destruction, plodding along slower than molasses in January, on that old tv show from the 70's called Land of the Lost. (I bet their breath smelled like doo doo....I see a spot in a Scope commercial for them these days.) At the age of 8, I was convinced they were lurking behind the daintily flowered shower curtain in my great aunt Frances's bathtub. Why did I think this? Beats the crap out of me now. I remember being freaked… Continue
Added by Annie Sever-Dimitri on April 28, 2011 at 1:29pm —
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ADULT IMPROV - LEVEL ONE
In this class you will learn the basics of improv including techniques on how to think on your feet, play to your strengths on stage and go for…
Added by Bill Skaggs on April 28, 2011 at 10:56am —
Started by Anthony Sullivan
What makes you different from your competition? Write down three things that makes you different and use those to market your brand.…
Added by Genie Goykhberg on April 28, 2011 at 10:46am —
I’m telling you, the more I delve into this monster called social media, the more I realize how big of a monster it really is!! There are just so many programs out there – tools to help you automate, tools to help you connect with people, tools to manage your reputation – tools to help some of the tools work better. It can be quite overwhelming, so I’m just going to slowly work my way through the maze and cover some of these tools through my video blogs.
A little hidden gem I found… Continue
Added by Serina Kelly on April 28, 2011 at 10:30am —
Pet Rabbit doesn’t have to be a Hare-raising Experience
By Dr. Anndrea Kapke
Olive Branch Parke Veterinary Clinic
Spring and Easter bring to mind flowers, eggs, chicks, and bunnies. If you are considering making the Easter Bunny a permanent house guest, here is some information to help you negotiate the briar patch of rabbit care.
Rabbits will live from…
Added by Dr. Anndrea Hatcher on April 27, 2011 at 8:00am —
So, the Kelly household has been without a dishwasher for about two weeks, and the hubby is pretty sick of washing dishes. Yes, I am a diva – I don’t wash dishes. Now granted, we just went through a broken microwave and a fiasco over that with the home warranty program, and we were not looking forward to another fight to get our dishwasher fixed.
The appliance guy comes out, looks around a bit, and then plugs it in. Yep, that’s right – plugs it in! It was just loose enough that… Continue
Added by Serina Kelly on April 26, 2011 at 11:18pm —
Good vs. Evil in the Cyber World
I don’t think anyone would argue the fact that the Web is central to our lives; email, online commerce, social networks, and gaming are just a few of the larger focuses. Yet, while our government, economy and social interactions are based in the Internet, very few people are aware of the constant security attacks that are being made on the Web and the ferocity and magnitude of those… Continue
Added by Alan Wlasuk on April 25, 2011 at 8:23pm —
Looking for a house in the Broad Ripple
area? Great choice! I’ve lived here for almost three years now, and I highly recommend it. There are some beautiful neighborhoods in Broad Ripple, with plenty of boutique shops, live music, and a variety of restaurants. It is also in an ideal location; a quick 15 min car ride (depending on traffic of course) will get you either downtown, or up to Keystone at the Crossing.
Broad Ripple is home to people of all ages, so whether… Continue
Added by Christie Snapp on April 25, 2011 at 4:58pm —
The Israel Ministry of Tourism hosted last week a pre-launch tour of the all-new 37-mile Gospel Trail around the Sea of Galilee.
An initiative of the Israel Ministry of Tourism, in cooperation with KKL-JNF and the National Parks Authority, the Gospel Trail offers pilgrims the opportunity to walk and cycle through specially design footpaths along the Sea of Galilee. The trail is based on the path Jesus would have taken from Mount Precipice to Capernaum, making stops at Mount… Continue
Added by Tim Harms on April 25, 2011 at 3:47pm —
72% of your customers and prospects would rather lose their WALLET than their Cell Phone.
Why is this significant? Your potential market is always one text away, people keep their phones with them.
I help small to medium size business owners and managers discover and use SMS Texting and Mobile Marketing to expand their market reach and to build a list of loyal subscribers.
Many business owners…
Added by James Spriggs on April 25, 2011 at 2:49am —
As the blogging industry has evolved over the past few years from a sparse group of people writing about individual passions to entire networks of folks with common interests and goals, many cities have developed their own blogging cultures, usually reflective of their inhabitants’ lifestyles. Indianapolis is certainly no exception to this trend, and the Circle City is home to a vibrant and growing blogging industry that has become remarkably well-organized relatively quickly.
Added by Adam Hughes on April 23, 2011 at 7:30pm —
Boy, these past couple months, I have really evolved – both personally and professionally. I’m coming into my own as I remember my family, friends and mentors said I would – and it’s so refreshing, so invigorating and so peaceful at the same time. Wow, what a great place to be!
How did I get to this place? What’s my secret? There were many things – obstacles, successes, slaps in the face – that brought me here, but it really boils down to having a vision that is MY vision. Yes,… Continue
Added by Serina Kelly on April 23, 2011 at 6:11am —
Let’s face it – adding social media into your business marketing strategy does take time, but as everyone knows, so does building relationships. And being effective on social media is really about building relationships.
If you are thinking about incorporating social media into your business marketing strategy for a few months to see if it works, then I suggest don’t even jump into this sandbox. Studies show that most businesses begin to see a true monetary return on investment… Continue
Added by Serina Kelly on April 21, 2011 at 9:21am —
Assistance League of Indianapolis is proud to recognize the ongoing support from the PeyBack Foundation and digitalKnowledge by awarding them the 2011 Star Award at the Star Gala on Saturday April 9, 2011.
Paula Roeder presenting the 2011 Star Award to Elizabeth Ellis, Executive Director of the PeyBack Foundation…
Added by Linda J Ranger on April 20, 2011 at 10:16am —
And it isn't the F-Bomb.Now, I know your mumsy and mine would both beg to differ. My mom tried to prevent me from uttering the word "fart" when I was a scrappy teenager, so you bet your bippy the F-Bomb isn't ranking high on her list of words. In my opinion, though, the all-time most foul word in the English language is the word "should."
How on earth can such an innocuous little grouping of 6 letters be… Continue
Added by Annie Sever-Dimitri on April 19, 2011 at 3:15pm —
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Added by LYNN MILLER on April 18, 2011 at 1:56pm —
The Attack of the Script Kiddies
Let’s start by dispelling a few common TV misconceptions about Web sites. First, no matter how attractive a CSI agent might be, she is not going to be able to walk over to the local ATM machine and change the address on your driver’s license with just a few clicks of the keyboard, sorry. Second, you do not need to be a 9.5 on the geek scale to hack into Web sites. The fact is that the really important sites (i.e., major banks, the Feds) are so… Continue
Added by Alan Wlasuk on April 18, 2011 at 9:56am —
Reliable Water Services and the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commercehave joined forces to sponsor this business challenge.
Tell us about a demanding situation you faced at any point in your business history, and how you overcame that challenge and strengthened your business.
Submit your 500-750 word story here. You could win one of our three great… Continue
Added by Garth Smitman on April 18, 2011 at 9:17am —
Did you know that there is a Foundation set up in memory of Officer David Moore? Events and activities have been organized through friends and family to see to it that "Officer Moore's Legacy Continues". For more information on events and how you can help, become a friend on Officer David Moore's Foundation page...https://www.facebook.com/#!/DavidSMooreFoundation
Added by LYNN MILLER on April 17, 2011 at 10:46am —