Remembering 24 different passwords, memorizing four PIN numbers and installing updates all the time is frustrating enough. Many of us also have to remember the code for the door, the alarm code for the alarm panel next to the door, the secret password to tell the alarm company, the passcode to your phone, the garage code … You get the idea.
Tim Ferriss has interviewed many successful people over the years and gained an incredible level of insight into how successful people operate day-to-day. In his book Tools Of Titans: The Tactics, Routines And Habits Of Billionaires, Icons And World-Class Performers, Ferriss puts that insight and wisdom to the page.
Smishing, or SMS phishing, is similar to phishing. With phishing, scammers send fraudulent e-mails with links or attachments. The goal is for the recipient to share sensitive details, like bank passwords, or to install malware on their computer so the scammer can ultimately steal or extort money from them.
Every year, the number of malware attacks on small businesses increases. Symantec’s 2018 Internet Security Threat Report found that between 2017 and 2018, malware increased by 54%.
The term “malware” covers a number of different malicious programs, including ransomware, spyware, viruses, worms, Trojan horses and more.
The bathroom scale isn’t always the most useful device in the home. FitTrack is a smart scale that aims to change that. It’s a different kind of bathroom scale that gives you much more than a single number.
Traditional bathroom scales don’t tell you anything about what’s happening in your body.
How can you build your confidence as a CEO, investor or entrepreneur?
My colleagues and I at ghSMART see many talented people work hard to build their confidence.
New CEOs have impostor syndrome. Private equity investors who just raised another $1 billion in funds read newspaper headlines about the coming recession and quietly gulp.
Five years ago, you might have had state-of-the-art security protecting your business and network. You had the latest malware protection, highly rated firewalls and a great data backup plan. Maybe you even had a handbook on how to address cyberthreats.
A lot of businesses wait until something breaks before they fix it. And even then, they may take a “patchwork” approach to fixing the problem. They are reactive rather than proactive. Sometimes taking a reactive approach is fine, but other times, and depending on the circumstances, it can lead to even bigger problems.
Timothy Ferriss is renowned for The 4-Hour Workweek. It’s been a go-to book for countless entrepreneurs for over the past decade. Ferriss’s Tribe Of Mentors: Short Life Advice From The Best In The World, however, takes things in a new direction.
We all use e-mail, and we all spend too much time reading and responding to these messages (one estimate cited by Inc. suggests the average office worker spends 2 1/2 hours per day reading and responding to e-mails).