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-- -- -- -- -- and thanks for being with us today welcome -- -- take we're gonna spend the next thirty minutes going over some.
New technologies that are that are out there that you might be interested in some having to do with cyber security and the upcoming Olympic Games which have actually -- started it and there.
-- soccer already over and London today.
We're also gonna talk a little bit about these new wireless headphones we've got a young man in here who has come up with a way to sort of help you cut the cords if you're.
Like me one of those guys you like to listen to music on your commute into work and you're tired of all the tangled wires and stuff we've got some some new technology on that front that you'll be interested -- as well that will maintain that.
The quality that -- you you like when you listen to your favorite music.
But we want to start with.
Watches and I'll watch branded particular one of the biggest luxury watch brands in the world.
And these are folks who have managed to work technology.
In with their watches in an attempt to help all of us who Wear the watches.
Have a healthier lifestyle and joining us now is will -- whose owner and creator of -- -- watches and doctor Jeffrey guard -- Ph.D.
is with this as well.
Doctor -- years of clinical psychologist and he is the chief wellness spokesperson for -- time watches gentlemen thanks very much for being here -- -- -- -- to -- you very -- so luxury -- first -- all in in this economy.
When folks do not necessarily have the kind of expendable income.
That they have in the past -- a company like -- is doing.
Well we're actually doing quite well because we have something in the watch which no other -- friend has as you mentioned before it's a natural frequency technology.
Inside the watch which hopes.
They're the person to relax more and be calmer.
And this is -- unique selling point which you have which no other people what is it inside the -- that you put in there that helps people that way.
Instead of watching conceal the watch and inside the watch which you see you through the windows of the watch is a metal disc.
And without technology.
We had the ability.
Two -- -- frequencies wellbeing frequencies and infuse those into the disk which then -- the deal one and the -- field.
How does it work though I mean I'm just wondering what what is in that disk.
To sophisticated because we're we want to speak in layman's terms but what is in there that would actually help someone it's actually frequencies because everything in the world consists of frequencies we consist of frequencies all of organs consist -- frequencies.
And we were able to mimic frequencies well being frequencies and one of the key frequencies and here is the frequency of the earth.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- So it has different effects from different people.
And speaking of people you have some pretty big name customers.
My boss Rupert Murdoch who is the who's in charge of News Corp.
the parent company of -- foxnews.com is.
It is one of your client says is Oprah Winfrey she's gonna this Samuel Jackson -- all of whom are big fans of this.
And -- a big fan of doctor guard deer who I've known for many many years and I know you to be a man of great integrity so for you to.
To sign on to this and to become the company's chief wellness spokesperson I know that you must have done your homework as well and what was it that convinced you.
That the technology in these watches.
Was something that could really benefit people.
Here is what's interesting Rick you know life is very funny the universe -- -- -- in a very interesting way.
I was wearing a Phillips -- watch for many years before I was even introduced to the company.
And I found for me.
The natural frequency technologies helped me adapt better to stress because I believe in wellness.
I believe in alternative ways of taking care of oneself.
Not always about the -- path it medicines and so on.
And so when the time came that I was actually introduced to the company I said this is something that I really like this is something that I've used for many years.
But as I like the same therapy it's not about me.
It's about you it's about you the person who may be wearing this particular watch.
And in speaking with many people and I met people through the years but especially as a wellness.
Met so many people who Wear the watch and they've given us incredible reports their own personal experiences.
When they feel that they've been much better focus.
They've been able to adapt to stress better and by the way stress is part of our lives who can't get rid of it -- to adapt to it and not let -- stress out let not let it stress the saudis really great thing.
And some people won't even talk about that having a better feeling of well being even being able to sleep better so.
I kept getting that kind of anecdotal information but I think what really.
Sold me on being part of this incredible.
Company is that.
We found out I found out that there was actual research being done on the watch.
And that's why I've really appeals to me as not just a psychologist but as a professor of behavioral medicine.
At a medical college and working with doctor -- brand who's organizing several.
Of clinical and research studies.
Get some scientific evidence to go along with all of the things that we've heard.
So for me this is something that really is no pun intended.
Quite a natural fit and I talk about wellness all the time sure and anything that helps you with your wellness.
Is OK with me you know I wondered just to stay with you for a moment doctor -- -- you people who are experiencing.
Health problems whether their physical whether they're emotional and are always looking for something to help.
Get them through those problems and we hear a lot about studies that involve placebos where.
People actually feel the benefits of something when in fact they're not really taking.
A medication for example it's just a placebo when and yet they still feel that they've got the benefits of that for people who.
Are looking for some help and who were told that there is a luxury watch that's on the market.
That can help them with XY and Z.
Is there a chance that the people that you've spoken to the people who have been a part of the study.
Are really just sort of feeling what they want to feel they're feeling.
More healthy they're feeling more rested their feeling more relaxed because.
They really want to feel that way and here they have.
A watch that's a considerable investment on their wrists and fair and they certainly want to feel like that's working well -- Things when when you talk about the investment into -- watching talk about a luxury item in do we really have the money these days.
I like to say that the true luxury is taking care of yourself.
And you can't put a dollar value on that that's really the bottom line you could be the wealthiest person in the world if you don't have your health you have nothing.
But in going specifically to your point Rick I just think it's important that people become empowered.
In taking care of themselves if they do it with a Philip -- watch that's a great thing if they feel the benefit of that that's a wonderful thing but.
A new study was just -- that shows that when you look at antidepressant medications.
Perhaps that might be some placebo effect on -- -- and so it says it doesn't mean that the medication is not working it just means that people are much -- powered.
Want to take charge of their lives and this is what I do as a wellness director for Philip -- Working with people with taking charge of their lives developing a lifestyle.
And the watch being part.
Of that healthy lifestyle.
We'll let me ask you what other products are you working on that might incorporate the same technology that you might be bringing to the US market at some points.
Well one product which we haven't brought to the US market yet to -- but we have brought it to the European market and and other markets.
Is that Philip -- sleep bracelet.
Because we had several testimonials from customers that they slept better and it felt better during.
This sleep and that they sleep patterns and improve so.
We were without research and development team to look further into this and we developed this this -- -- which carries the same technology.
But the the combination of the frequencies are different than in to watch the watch has.
Frequencies which are meant for -- overall well being -- whereas the sequence that.
Has -- frequencies which -- specific to sleep and calm and relaxation.
And so this might be a product which we will bring into America in the future.
But at this time we haven't overseas -- watches are selling and 25 different countries around the world as we said they're not cheap.
What's the what's the price range for people who might be watching a wonderful guy -- -- -- done well and as Jeff.
Said you know.
We we actually have been saying true luxury as well being and they know there is no -- and is no prize to this sure but.
You know I'll watches start at 450 dollars and they go up to several thousand dollars depending on would be one diamonds and and what kind of medal you won but he won gold watches.
So there is a big range but it starts at 450.
-- is there website is Philip Stein dot com you can find out more about.
This company that was started back in 2003.
By will and his wife marina -- that's correct and there is also another website fruits watches dot com.
Yes that that's another part of our brand which is more fun watch more for young people of color sound we'll get FR you like cheesy answer watches dot com if that might be more in my price range.
So I might check that out -- gentlemen thank you so much for coming on I'm always interested.
You know when there's when there's some big news that's available.
You know that could help with so many of the things that all of us are dealing with an hour.
In our everyday lives and and wellness is such an important and that and that's what it's great for people go to the website and -- -- your fashion -- that you have a beautiful watch.
If you more into the scientific in the tech.
You know we have a research study there's so there are a lot of things go and do on the work for yourself check -- -- -- Stein doctor Jeffrey guard dear gentlemen thank you both.
They're cute they're great -- USO and I think there might as well accurate when we come back we're gonna talk a little bit about the Olympic Games.
And there's a real threat out there according to cyber security experts.
Hackers who might look to disrupt and caused some major problems.
For the Olympic organizers and the athletes what you need to know we come right back -- go.
Everybody -- -- on this is tech take.
Glad you with us on Thursday afternoon and we -- -- talk now about cyber security and there is an annual conference that takes place every year called the black -- Briefings -- it brings together people from the entire information world.
Corporate and government sectors academic sectors researchers -- talking about.
Sort of -- cyber security.
And foxnews.com is live for us there at the latest conference it's gone on in Las Vegas.
And -- he once you start first of all tell us about this conference what's being discussed.
That's right recognized explained this is one of the biggest conferences when it comes to computer security you have that cross section that you mentioned.
Of business leaders.
Folks in the community researchers all these folks are here to kind of talk about some of the vulnerabilities -- -- in just in the technology.
-- -- music not only talking about it but educating a different businesses -- enterprise on how to better deal with it and today.
They -- the big story.
Was that apple was speaking for the first time I hear at this computer security convention.
Which is kind of out of the norm because they're almost known for not having too many issues with viruses of course that all changed at the start of this month.
Whenever they had their first -- malicious software answer that apple.
I'm App Store by the name of it was finding call it was discovered by a Russian security firm and if you -- this application.
It would take.
The contact information from your phone -- to a server.
And it ascended to the -- -- and then it was send out spam text messages sound for them to speak about this -- security issue here.
At black cat is a pretty big deal the deal and it's something.
That I spoke with the general manager there were pretty excited about when he came -- Apple's decision to speak at black cat.
And I understand and they were supposed to have spoken a few years back and -- ended up not doing that.
But for folks out there who are listening -- speech and hearing you talk about black cat but maybe they've never heard of this group of floor.
What is the purpose of black -- -- and we talked -- that the general manager about this yesterday you know why would the average person I care about was going on -- black cat.
And it's important because any software that you pretty mercy on your computers.
Whether there's -- potential.
Let's potential situation where you may have malicious software.
-- was called around these circles as malware any virus that it's talked about here so you have big companies like Microsoft.
Verizon you name it I'm actually in the sponsor all right now.
Where a bunch of them are sent out.
They're out trying to figure out.
What are the vulnerabilities in their operating systems and I'm hopefully -- can leave here with the answers and that'll make it safer for all of us whether it's in our computer.
Or even something like a Smart thing.
All of the these things are important to us because just part of life and here -- they're talking about all these vulnerabilities and how they can better educate different businesses on how to deal.
You talk about computers and Smartphones I guess -- to be the obvious.
Places where there could be some vulnerabilities.
But technology and computer technology is everywhere I -- that.
My refrigerator at home has computer chip in it for folks out there who are looking to infiltrate who are looking to.
Insert malware and and screw around with folks.
Are there -- are you hearing discussions about any other sort of unlikely places that they that they might try to infiltrate.
Well Rick it's funny that you -- the refrigerators and you know the different things that we use in our everyday lives I spoke with a gentleman yesterday by the name of Don -- Who works for in gardens and this there's -- millions of homes have Smart meters which is a new way -- -- for utility companies to keep track of your electricity.
And that they are actually ways for hackers are criminals to infiltrate this system they can either adjusted.
Two away where it can benefit.
The user as far as their bill maybe they can bring the bill down and also -- -- Smart meters there's a lot of private data that's in there -- goes back to the utility companies so.
This software he didn't go today specifics of how -- you can use it.
But he's providing he's offering it to a different utility companies.
To use this offer to prevent Smart meter -- so I thought that was pretty interesting because like you mentioned when you think of viruses or malware you think your computer or your stuff cellphone operating systems so to hear that.
Hackers could actually get into a Smart -- it's a pretty big deal so mr.
Weaver it has come up with a former technology.
To hopefully alleviate.
This concern for different utility companies he Griffin is with -- Fox News -- Com he's at the black -- -- going on right now.
In Las Vegas, -- nice job.
Are we all know that the Olympics are getting under way with the first.
Competitive events -- plays already this morning ahead of tomorrow night's official opening in the opening ceremonies in London Molly Henneberg joining us from Washington DC.
And Molly I know it's not just the athletes who have been preparing for the summer games a lot of cyber security experts are concerned about.
Computer hackers who were also primed and ready to go and.
Unfortunately that's right reckon there security experts are worried about everything from.
That's activists making the lights go out and an event or than taking down the -- ATM machines around the Olympics ice.
Or those how activists with -- political bent trying to get a point to cross here's what one former hacker said about that risk.
-- target I think would be probably the Olympic scoreboards could you imagine the played activists would get if they could somehow.
Break in the systems that control the scoreboards and post their own messages so I think that would definitely be a likely target.
And consider that there are 35 competition sites around Britain that how activists meaning hacking activists could target.
Also it's not just political hackers that security teams are trying to defend against it's also organized crime gangs that may want to interfere with the gains in some sort of cyber way.
In ordered to profit from betting scheme.
A you mention these security teams what are they doing I mean what can they do to try to prevent that stuff.
-- -- the French company in charge of over 111000 computers and servers at the games.
And -- company has done over 200000.
Hours of testing of the systems including testing the response to simulated cyber attacks.
There are more than 3500 engineers and computer expert that will be monitoring the cyber networks at the Olympic Games.
And a NATO's executive vice president tells Reuters quote.
It would be quite complicated to get into this network without being detected the network can never be 100%.
But it's close to 100%.
-- says it expects up to fourteen million possible cyber attacks each day of the Olympic game.
While not a huge number of potential attacks Molly Henneberg -- Washington thank you very much.
Nice to see Jason -- -- is co-founder of a company called -- -- joins us from our Seattle bureau good to see Jason thanks very much for coming on.
What tell me that I haven't I pronounce your company's name correctly.
-- did -- cassava and tell me about the sub what do you guys specialize.
Cassava is computer security firm we specialize in protecting company's assets making sure that -- -- systems and their applications.
Are safe from hacking so you just heard Molly Henneberg is report a moment ago about the Olympic Games and the potential.
For -- activists tried cause problems there how realistic is that do you think.
-- it's absolutely realistic I mean the Olympics are the center of the universe right now and anything that you know -- is such attention is absolutely gonna draw.
The the interest of of all sorts of bad folks so.
The fact of the matter is you know this is going to be the most Internet connected most social network.
Olympics ever streaming Twitter FaceBook so.
They'll be a lot of attention and their most certainly will be a lot of attempted attacks however -- -- so successful that remains to be seen.
The company at -- is there has been doing this since 2002.
And certainly knows what they're doing.
For those of us will be watching the games.
Are we likely -- notice any of this and if any of these hackers are successful.
If they're able to infiltrate to break through in some way.
Whether it's to post a message on the scoreboard is.
As someone suggested a moment a moment ago and -- report or for any other reason will we even know about it.
Maybe yes maybe no you know who's to say his Hussein bolt actually one you know the race you know clearly at the end of the day -- the news will come out.
But you know.
And what are the reasons people wanna do this you know you've got the political you've got -- activists and you've also got you know the financial what I what I think is interesting.
At a very you know significant point of attack which you mentioned earlier is the these being the sole credit provider for the games being responsible for all the payments Seattle on the ATMs -- -- -- processing.
All of it if someone takes out visa's network.
You know the entire merchandising.
Economy will just just collapse of that the games that are -- -- -- there.
What's up and started -- what are some other major sort of potential vulnerabilities there for the Olympic organizers when it comes to folks.
Trying to do these kinds of crimes.
Well -- either you've got to do as as we mentioned there's the financial -- their reputation will issue.
Right because these companies there are basically putting their products on the line if I come out with a fake sponsor -- for example.
Horrified I am obviously need to pay some kind of licensing fee to participate in the Olympics so you know I can just throw up on online -- and pretend.
Hi -- I'm an Olympic sponsor in this you know potential revenue loss.
So there there there are risks the risks abound.
Let me ask you to -- a couple quick general questions not related to the Olympic Games but for folks out there who are watching and listen to this and and are worried about their own cyber security a couple of quick easy tips that you can.
That you can give folks.
To help them protect themselves on line.
Yes sure you know you need to be viewed very careful and aware.
Where you go on line especially when you you know buy things or give your personal information.
You really always need to verify that the web site you think you're going to is -- -- I think you are in fact going to.
Lot -- easy tricks out there.
Spelling FaceBook -- out with 30 with Rios or zeros instead of -- for example and consented to a malicious site once you're on that malicious site.
They can either collect information from you or they can download malware and put a virus on your machine -- -- going to be very very careful about where -- You also want to make sure that you are.
Use different and complex passwords when you go to different sites you really don't want to have one password that works through all cites -- as you saw recently -- Linkedin.
They had their passwords revealed and if you are logging in all over the Internet with the same password you've essentially given up all your credentials.
Is is our guest and he joins us from Seattle he's the co-founder of the company -- -- And we're happy to talk to you Jason thanks very much for the tips.
And for giving us a little Olympic cyber preview I thought you know -- -- again.
I wanna come back we'll continue our look at technology.
Some of the -- -- in the best that are out there including.
A gentleman a young man who is founded -- brand new wireless headset.
That I can't wait to hear about and you'll hear about it to come right back don't go -- -- -- welcome back and and you hear a lot about sort of cutting the cord -- tethering yourself.
Folks talking about technology and and different ways that folks can get access to.
Whether it's television programming -- entertainment program and they like.
-- -- doing you a bit differently and and now also when it comes to sort of Y -- some people liking to go wireless -- -- to their home.
Stereo systems that can listen to their music.
Through speakers without having all those wires that you have to -- under the -- you should see my living room time to mess.
-- -- -- delay is the CEO and president of your top.
Technology is you can find them on -- Twitter that.
Your top underscore.
And he joins us now talk about a brand new product that his company has developed.
And and what do you tell us this is -- your top -- Right so we're launching a kick started campaign today for this product.
And that product clips under the 3.5 -- input of your posts are beats by Dre headphones and it makes the Marlins using Bluetooth technology.
Now the technology that we've developed.
And integrated with Bluetooth Bluetooth is a PTX and ADR.
Either codecs that are of the highest quality in the world that accompanying on CSR has designed -- based -- -- Cambridge as -- -- we're trying to use a combination of that technology with the custom form factor for brand new product that's never been seen before you know.
We make the design sleek sexy so it clips right on the the side -- -- -- -- it doesn't really stand out too much.
In looks from.
This is the design looks -- that's the main point we're looking at picture here.
Of the design.
And so I was saying earlier that this is that these these are headset this is you come up with a new.
-- new headset but this is actually some -- that works in conjunction with.
Some of -- the top top of the line.
-- sits there on the market you've worked with that exactly and the goal is to take this core technology that we've developed for flow.
And put into our own line of headphones -- later next year.
So you will be developing those as well as other products that plug in your car stereo home stereo.
Any speaker system even if -- if it's on a boat and make those.
Audience speakers wireless by using this -- technology but what happens then because I've you know I I have.
I have appeared the beats right.
Not the big ones I have your -- ones I can walk around with those big things in my ears but I see people do it all the time -- obviously they have a cord attached to them.
-- so that if they're hooked up to your top flow.
Would it what do you do with the court.
We get rid of it I mean tonight he's cut it off -- you don't have to get -- -- the nice thing is that they they're detachable so it does.
Plugs in it and it plugs out they've got that 3.5 millimeter input on the -- So just take it to some -- just take our thing and -- -- -- in there and -- -- to get OK so let me ask you couple questions here because.
Folks who are what's the term audio files folks who -- -- Who really listened closely.
To their music so that they want they want -- is to be pristine.
And perfect and I don't know that I'm one of those people but.
But I do like a good clean sound right when you disconnect the cool word.
Do you still are you sacrificing.
The quality no not at all and that -- goes back I know you're gonna say if you think yeah it and you know it.
That had to get -- -- iconic of mentioning that he had started out -- AP TX and it's not a loss was sound.
Codec for -- reason you don't lose any quality the latency on is like thirty milliseconds so.
Unless you got some robot in your brain you can't detect that you know though.
It's really really awesome.
We've also got a built in amplifier in our unit.
So when you look that up here -- -- lowered your -- which is the product in later development.
It actually makes it louder and clearer than if it was plugged in with a wire which is kind hearted man yeah.
Because I have.
I have apple TV.
Which runs on.
What's airplay in the airport which is sort of Apple's wireless thing right so if I have my iPhone.
And I've got something on them like I can put it -- to my television and through the TV speaker system through airplay.
But sometimes there's a little bit of a crackle or sometimes there's a disruption in.
And it just doesn't look or if it's a video thing that I'm feeding through airplay it doesn't look as good.
Right and a lot of that has to do with the older Bluetooth versions.
You know Bluetooth version -- We -- to not being able to support such a long range.
But we're using Bluetooth 2.0 and which enhanced better.
Receiving tacked on.
That allows us to have up to thirty feet over crystal clear range which is the key key detail our product when they get to try this out.
Well we're watching a kick start a campaign today though.
If you back Fannie and hopefully it'll be underdogs that side of this than -- Enron delay is the CEO and president your top.
And folks can order these things now right and then right right -- -- -- at a discount our -- starter launches today.
Normally these things are going retail for eighty books but -- today where the next five minutes that yeah got a four for Tony about stuff sixty bucks.
On line and you could find them on Twitter so it's your top.
Dot com kick starter dot com.
Kate nice to meet you -- to -- you all the best.
You develop this when you were freshman at University of Miami yes actually I had collateral coaster ride -- started off at Babson College.
After my first semester there transfer down to Miami due to some business.
Got down there and decided hey you know I've been a DJ is not.
And you just a great place to take this product and really put it -- to market good luck with it thank you -- -- Thanks for joining us appreciate it -- -- me on Twitter at Rick -- -- Let me know he thought -- the show today.
And I'll see you again on Fox News Channel and foxnews.com.
-- -- And we'll be streaming live again tomorrow beginning at 11 AM eastern time to join us then have a great afternoon everybody take care.