The 2014 Risk and Network Threat Conference (RANT) for senior level Information Security professionals wanted to challenge preconceptions about security threats. They asked me to unsettle the audience and to consider emerging and unanticipated risks to information security.
I taught the audience to genuinely read each other’s mind by simply holding each other’s hands. I then showed them the potential of my muscle reading technologies to covertly obtain information and compromise networks. Today, in 2019, thought identification technologies have advanced to the point where we must prepare carefully for their uses and inevitable misuses.