How to secure data on our devices, take better photographs

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Heard On The Larry Meiller Show
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Jesse La Grew, Chief Information Security Officer at Madison College, tells us how to protect our tech from data thieves, and why artificial intelligence is falling short. Then, we get photography advice from a Milwaukee-area camera expert .

Featured in this Episode

  • Tech Update: Securing personal data on devices and when to trust, and not trust, AI

    Smartphones, tablets and laptops carry a lot of our personal data. And when we leave the home or office with them, that data is vulnerable to loss or theft. Jesse La Grew, Chief Information Security Officer for Madison College, helps us protect our digital data and fills us in with what we need to know about AI.

  • How to take better pictures, with expert advice on cameras and photo-editing software

    Cameras built into smartphones allow more people to take decent photos. Yet camera-specific equipment appeals to buyers who want to take better images. Jeff Dobbs from Mike Cirvello’s Camera and Imaging Center in Brookfield joins us to talk about good camera gear and the best photography techniques.

    National Aubudon Society’s Bird Photography Tips and How-Tos

    The Best Light Tents for Photography

    Nikon P950

    Nikon P1000

Episode Credits

  • Larry Meiller Host
  • Jesse La Grew Guest
  • Jeff Dobbs Guest
  • Jill Nadeau Executive Producer
  • Joel Patenaude Producer
  • Jeff Robbins Technical Director

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