We have added technology to almost every aspect of our lives. In this video, you’ll learn about the challenges with security embedded systems like SCADA, HVAC, multifunction printers, and even our automobiles.
One of the first things a computer needs is some input, and this can come in many different forms. In this video, you’ll get an overview of input devices that include keyboards, mice, touch screens, scanners, microphones, biometric devices, and much more.
You’re using your flatbed scanner to digitize some family photos, but the scanned images look grainy and don’t appear very sharp. What’s the most likely cause of this issue?
With the introduction of Windows XP, a new method was created for the operating system to communicate to scanners, digital cameras, and other image-based devices. What common method does Windows use to communicate and control these devices?
You’re planning to scan about one thousand color family photos for posting to the Internet. Which of these file formats would be most appropriate for this use?
The network is a constantly moving river of information, and it may be necessary to occasionally test the water as it flows by. In this video module, you’ll learn the reasons for scanning your network and the different technologies available to gather information. We’ll also dive into packet analyzers, intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention systems, and port scanners.