October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and that means it’s a great time to take a hard look at your online posture, protection, and habits to see where there’s room for improvement. Among the organizations with resources to help, is the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency, or CISA. On this episode, we welcome James Stanley of CISA to talk about why raising awareness of cybersecurity is so important this month (and all year) and the need for personal responsibility in cybersecurity. Plus, since 2020 is the year of the teleworker, we get into some telework tips from CISA for remote workers, IT staff, and business leadership.
Learn more about National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
See CISA’s Telework resources, including toolkits and more
On our Ransomware Reckoning segment, Andrew N goes over a new approach to hacking affecting remote learners and the schools they learn from.
In our headlines segment, Andrew H & Kevin discuss a breach involving some Robinhood investors, the need for a cyber resilience strategy, and a British government campaign to get more cybersecurity workers that went a bit wrong.
See the stories:
Robinhood Kicks Cybersecurity Month Off by Getting Hacked
The Important Difference Between Cybersecurity And Cyber Resilience (And Why You Need Both)
Gov-Linked “Fatima” Cybersecurity Career Advert Removed After Backlash
But wait, we have one more special Halloween surprise in store. Join Kevin and Andrew H as we browse the shelves for some network security related costumes. How are they network security related? Be sure you listen to the end.
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