Cheddar interviews Matti Kon on cyber security and technology topics

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Mark Maxwell of WHDT World News interviews Matti Kon about CIA accusations of Russia hacking in order to help Trump win the presidential election.

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Matti Kon joins The Ed Tyll Show to talk hacking, security breaches and protecting your business.

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Celebrities Scramble to Respond to Twitter Attacks

Fox News quotes President and CEO of InfoTech Matti Kon's interview with PIX 11 News about Zuckerberg's social media accounts that have been hacked. Kon notes there are innumerable ways to hack.

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How to Keep Your Personal Information Safe From Hackers

With the recent LinkedIn password dump causing Facebook CEO Zuckerberg’s accounts to be hacked, it’s important to know how to keep your personal information safe. Matti Kon, CEO of InfoTech, talks about five key tips to prevent hackers from jeopardizing your privacy.

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On Jun 7, 2016, PIX 11 News interviewed Matti Kon, Cyber Security Expert and CEO of InfoTech, about Facebook cofounder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn accounts hacked. In the interview, Matti Kon explains how the hacking was possible and what to do in order to protect our privacy online from hackers.

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Wearables At Work: 9 Security Steps Worth Taking

Wearables are finding their way into organizations, whether or not IT departments are prepared to deal with them. As the number of endpoints continues to grow, so does the potential for hacks. Matti Kon, Cyber Security Expert and CEO of InfoTech, points out the security risks the use of wearables can cause in the latest InformationWeek's article, presenting nine pointers that can help you prepare your organization to keep ahead of threats.

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Matti Kon, CEO of InfoTech and Cyber Security Expert, discusses Russians hacking into the White House on Newsmax TV’s Malzberg Show.

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Putting a lock on cyber security

Meeting professionals may discover that hotels and conference centers are not as secure as they expected. Matti Kon, Cyber Security Expert and CEO of InfoTech, warns of vulnerabilities in the networks of business meeting venues such as hotels and conference centers, and suggests how to protect your business intelligence and private information.

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