Epicenter taking security to another level

Ball of Hope Photo Courtesy Vernita Naylor (JEGroup)
Ball of Hope Photo Courtesy Vernita Naylor (JEGroup)

With the influx of technology and crime there are so some many passwords and codes to remember from your laptop, tablet or desktop computer, online accounts and cell phone to your home security system.  Is there any way to keep a handle on it all without losing your sanity?  One day while listening to The Osgood File on the radio Charles Osgood did a commentary on security.  His show bites are always informative and provides a lot of intriguing subject matters but this day was a little different for me. The reason why it was so different for me was because of the subject matter.  Having sound and solid security is all around us and definitely needed in the world of today but what was different for me was the type of security that was discussed.  The Epicenter, Stockholm House of Innovation has created a new microchip which encases all of your passwords and codes for all of your technological needs.  The intriguing part is that it’s a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) that goes under your skin.  Yes, the same type of RFID that is used to track one’s pet. This device which is the size of a grain of rice has already been implanted in several employees within Stockholm.  According to the NY Daily News it’s said to be able to open doors, unlock photocopiers, share contact information, and get into a building, however, as with anything it has its share of bugs.   So is this something that you feel that you need to invest in for both yourself and your employees so that you can stay up to date with ‘all’ of the codes and passwords that you need to run your business? Well, it’s something to think about.   If you are interested in hearing Charles Osgood’s take on the matter click here. Selah. Jabez Enterprise Group (JEGroup) www.jabezenterprisegroup.com 1-800-865-0701

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