Hackers speed off with Ferrari data in a #ransomware attack. See how to stop an attack before it happens, with Greg Edwards, CEO @Canauri
#61 – How to Make Sure that Your IT Provider Is Not A Ransomware Target
If you use a managed service provider (#MSP), or any ‘as-a-Service” provider, learn how to hold these businesses accountable for keeping your services, and your data, secure from hackers. With Yaniv Bar-Dayan, CEO of @vulcancyber
#60 – How Lessons Learned by Large Companies Can Help You Keep Your Cloud Data Secure
If you store data online with AWS, Azure, or any online service – check out our latest episode: How Lessons Learned by Large Companies Can Help YOU Keep Your Cloud Data SecureWith @danbenjamin, CEO and Founder of Dig Security
#59 – Effects of Twitter’s Massive Data Breach (And What You Can Do)
Hackers are using the recent Twitter breach, combined with the other 4,100 data breaches in 2022, to steal identities. Learn about new systems like #DSPM to mitigate your company’s sprawling data. With Flow Security CEO, Jonathan Roizin.
#58 – Samsung Customer Data Hacked – What You Need To Do
Hackers stole Samsung’s customer data from a US-based facility. Were you affected? What did Samsung disclose? What should you do? With guest Javvad Malik, Lead Security Awareness Advocate at KnowBe4.
#57 – Hackers are Using Personal Smartphones and Emails as a Backdoor Into Your Employer
Phishing attacks have evolved. Hackers have found new ways to use private messaging apps, personal email accounts, and personal smartphones to attack- not just you – but your employer. Keep your job, and get a free voucher for SlashNext, by listening to this episode.