Oct. 2, 2023, 4 a.m. | Tom Eston, Scott Wright

The Shared Security Show sharedsecurity.net

In this episode, we explore the growing trend of AI surveillance in corporations, where cutting-edge technology is used to monitor employees, optimize productivity, and raise ethical concerns. Next, we uncover a disturbing Instagram scam that lures unsuspecting victims into a trap, highlighting the deceptive tactics employed by cyber criminals on social media. Finally, discover the startling vulnerabilities in Kia and Hyundai vehicles that make them easy targets for car thieves. We discuss the security flaws, the scale of affected vehicles, …

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