Brothers in life and business discuss technology & cybersecurity from their East and West coast perspectives. Scott Schober and Craig Schober are brothers running a 50 year old family business (Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc.) that specializes in wireless security, safety, test and cybersecurity products. Together, they have introduced dozens of top selling wireless products used worldwide by government, military, corporate and law enforcement facilities. Scott regularly appears in front of the camera and audiences for hundreds of events, webinars and interviews for top news networks as a cybersecurity and wireless technology expert. Craig spends his time behind the camera as an accomplished filmmaker, editor, writer and marketer for both personal and professional projects.Together, they have authored 3 top selling cybersecurity books, hundreds of blogs and many technical white papers adopted by the wireless industry.
Scott and Craig begin with a suspicious letter that Craig's wife received from NY Dept. of Labor regarding unemployment fraud and ID theft. They then discuss a new report detailing how vulnerable medical IoT devices are, how an angry developer posted corrupt code on GitHub and Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Blizzard Activision. This episode is sponsored by Cyberlitica.
Scott and Craig discuss a new theme song for the podcast, a ransomware attack on a jail in New Mexico, QR code parking meter scam in Texas and a Tesla owner that claims to use his Tesla Model 3 to mine cryptocurrency. This episode is sponsored by Cyberlitica.
Scott and Craig discuss the new bandwidth allocated to make Wi-Fi 6E faster and more reliable, how Apple's AirTags are being used to stalk people and steal cars and a roundup of some of CES 2022's most intriguing security gadgets. This episode is sponsored by Cyberlitica - Proactive Cybercrime Intelligence www.cyberlitica.com
Scott and Craig discuss medical devices facing ransomware risks, fake postage scam and NSO Pegasus spyware group has new owners in Poland. This episode is sponsored by Cyberlitica.
Scott and Craig discuss the widespread Log4j exploit, consumer survey on big tech trust and walk-through metal detector vulnerabilities discovered. This episode is sponsored by Cyberlitica.
Scott and Craig discuss Apple's 'do not track' privacy theater, Chinese U.S. export blacklist, 5G potentially wreaking havoc on flights and Craig plays a suspicious voicemail. This episode is sponsored by Cyberlitica.
Scott and Craig discuss the Life360 acquisition of Tile, Qualcomm's new always-on camera chip and security flaws in many home and public EV chargers.
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