In this fireside chat, Reuben discussed his thoughts on Quantum, AI and Cyber and the impact that Quantum computing would have on technology and cybersecurity.
Reuben opens by introducing himself and establishes credebility, by describing his cyber journey. He then talks about the changing world of technology. After that, he takes a look at the past to see some older hacking techniques and what attackers are now doing today instead. He demonstrates how easy it is to track someones location calling upon audience members for assistance. Finally he ends with some closing thoughts specifically mentioning that, “While the future may seem both promising and problematic, only we can determine how secure we allow it to be.”
Technologies are becoming more elaborate, seamless, and interconnected. Cars, airplanes, medical devices, financial transactions, and electricity systems all rely on computer software more than they ever have before. Join the next episode of Cyber Smart: All-Star with teen cybersecurity expert Reuben Paul. He will break down how the latest technological advancements can impact you and FedEx. Reuben debuted a new project he has been working on namely a AI trained face tracking drone. This was created to demonstrate how future technologies are changing and how one day packages could be delivered from the skies.
In this presentation Reuben talks about the technological world we live in and how ultra connectivity if not secured can lead to catastrophe. After expanding on a few different threats that are relevant to the current world we live in, Reuben finally demonstrates how easy it is to grab someones location. He finally concludes by asserting being aware and smart in the cyber world are some of the best defenses, before concluding.
In this TEDx Youth presentation, 14-year-old Child hacker, Reuben Paul aka ‘The Cyber Ninja’ will share his journey into the world of cybersecurity and perform a live hacking demonstration, inspiring youth, and the TEDx community to empower themselves with the knowledge of cybersecurity – which he deems is the superpower of the future.