The anatomy of a data breach and how to respond, along with Eric Holm Moment in Sound
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On today's show...
Plans to build a one-million-square-foot beef and bison packing facility have been announced for western South Dakota. Megan Kingsbury is president & CEO of Kingsbury and Associates, managing partner of Sirius Realty, and CEO of Western Legacy Development Corporation.
How healthy you are has a lot to do with where you live. A new assessment reveals insight into the community health of the Sioux Falls metropolitan area. Dr. Charles Chima is the city's public health director.
Avera Health is notifying patients whose data was stolen in a breach. Today's Tech Radio segment explores what to do when someone gets ahold of your information. Plus, a Google engineer thinks AI has already come to life. Others say: not so much. We'll talk tech, artificial intelligence, and if machines are making us doubt our humanity. Amos Aesoph is chief security officer from Xigent Solutions in Sioux Falls, and Jeff Litterick is network/security architect for the state of South Dakota.
Sioux Falls' Levitt concert series kicked off earlier this month. Thursday-Friday, people have the opportunity to stop by the Levitt Shell downtown Sioux Falls for a summer of free music. This Saturday, Brookings, South Dakota native Eric Holm will be opening Brody Ray (Brody Ray appeared on America's Got Talent in 2018).