Encryption is all the rage, again. Politicians and government officials apparently have no problem with using fear mongering to conjure up support for backdoors to encrypted devices and data. Privacy advocates keep doing the same, basically, warning that providing big brother with backdoor access to encrypted data is like leaving the cookie jar in your wide-open kitchen window, on Sesame Street.Add a comment
Positive & negative, in regards to perspective, can both have unintended consequences. While I don’t have any problem with people referring to me either way (Pessimist or Optimist), in my opinion, both are incorrect for me personally. “Oh, so you're a realist.” No, that sh!* is scary; reality. I’m a believer.
I published the remaining few paragraphs over on LinkedIn, and have put the link below if you're interested. I was hoping it would be seen by a wider audience. All the best. - LCAdd a comment
First night home last night after an amazing week of training and peer networking at LEVA 2015. Slept like a baby! So great to get a few moments with so many of you, it was really kind of emotionally & intellectually draining! lol
Thanks everyone for your valuable time with us during the event! Hope to see you all again sooner, rather than latter. ;) All the best, LCAdd a comment
Stumbled on to a well done video from Computerphile called "How Blurs & Filters Work", which I thought some of you may find interesting. Discussion centers on what an image kernel is and how they're used in image processing. Video is under 8 minutes and is embedded after the break. Enjoy.Add a comment
I recently completed an upgrade of our DCCTV Wiki and wanted to announce some significant changes that I've implemented. First and foremost, the Wiki is no longer a private members-only resource. Effective immediately, I have also migrated DME Resources and the Wiki to a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Previously the Wiki was only available to our over 1,800 verified Professional Community members. Interested parties that do not meet our Professional Community membership requirements are now welcome to participate in the DCCTV Wiki.Add a comment
DVR Assessment & Video Recovery
Jan. 19 - 21, 2016 - Kissimmee, FL
This 3 day training course is recommended for anyone who will be responsible for the recovery of digital video evidence from CCTV systems. [ Course Overview ]
This class is being hosted by the Osceola County Sheriff's Office.