Chris Rouland, co-founder and CEO of Phosphorus, talks with Tonya Hall about ways to secure a variety of devices using a common platform.
Eric Lifson, co-founder and marketing head at Skrumble, discusses enterprise messaging utilizing distributed servers, blockchain and encryption.
Lester Godsey, chief information security officer in Mesa, AZ, discusses how ransomware attacks have changed in the past few years and how to adapt to those changes.
The CEO of StrongHold Labs talks about the nature of cryptocurrencies, different types, pros and cons and how they should be valued, the role of central banks, and how cryptocurrency needs to advance to become a viable unit of exchange in the real world economy.
Dr. Michael Covington, vice president of product at Wandera, tells Tonya Hall about the enormous overhead data traffic for Windows 10.