Host: Philip M. Rosenthal
Today’s world is at our fingertips, literally. Our keyboards can take us across the globe to connect with people, places and products. When traveling in real time, we take precautionary steps for security to protect ourselves. Why don’t we protect our “virtual” selves on our various electronic devices? Philip Rosenthal will help you with logical, practical tips to galvanize your identity, your equipment and your online presence on TechAware. Join us for the latest news and methods.
This episode addresses: The Best and worst Tech for 2013 Social Media-Where’s it going Cell Phones – Too much texting? Case Histories: Mary Ellen Chat Prostitute Newlywed Gambler This episode will give you a laser precise look at what is going on with technology today and how you can protect your family, friends and loved […]
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TechAware with Philip M. Rosenthal
Philip M. Rosenthal has been involved in the Computer Industry since 1979. In 1998 he developed, created and implemented the Computer Crime Unit for the Rockland County Sheriff’s Department. As a Computer Forensic Investigator he lifts electronic fingerprints and electronic DNA off of hard drives and other electronic storage media, not unlike what you might see on TV shows like CSI. His extensive background includes the following:
● International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS)
● National Consortium for Justice Information & Statistics (SEARCH)
● High Tech Crimes Consortium (HTCC)
● Philip has assisted the FBI, US Secret Service, NY Attorney General, Israel National Police, New Scotland Yard and countless other Law Enforcement agencies in various high-tech related cases. He is a former member of the US Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force
● Former board member of the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C)
Mr. Rosenthal lectures extensively around the world regarding obsessive computer behaviors, computer based child abuse, online bullying, online gambling and Internet safety. He is recognized as an expert in his field and is called upon regularly for consultation with mental health care professionals, schools, lay people, and community leaders.
In addition to his technical and Law Enforcement credentials, he is also a licensed therapist specializing in Technology Addictions.