Today on the fifth day of Vlogmas, here are my top 5 personal cybersecurity tips.
Today I’m going to be short and to the point. There’s a lot of debate about the origin of this quote, but I like it: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Stop the insanity. If you’re not using multi-factor authentication, commonly referred to as MFA, you need to start now.
One of the questions I’m frequently asked is why the state of cybersecurity seems to get worse every year instead of better. There are, of course, many contributing factors. One of the fundamental problems is that we, as humans, are collectively terrible risk managers.
Information theft and ransomware are two of the most widespread cybersecurity problems we face today. Individuals and organizations of all sizes are suffering significant losses. I’ve talked about the technical issues before, but today, I’m going to focus on the basics everyone needs to know to protect themselves, their families, and their business.
While intended for US federal government entities, anyone who is interested (or needs) to create a detailed incident response plan for their business might find this new CISA publication interesting.
Protecting data on USB memory sticks and portable USB drives might make the difference between losing some hardware and the expense and embarrassment of a data breach. In this week’s episode of SecurityGuy, I discuss a few different options as well as the products I use to protect client data on a day-to-day basis. This is not a sponsored video, and there are no affiliate links. I only...
I get a lot of questions from people interested in becoming a cybersecurity professional. In this week’s episode, I discuss roles and certifications in the cybersecurity field.
In this week’s episode of SecurityGuy, I discuss one of the things that drives me nuts. Phishing is a huge problem, and HTML email is a major facilitator. Why haven’t we fixed that yet?
So long, and thanks for all the passwords! In this week’s episode of SecurityGuy I’m discussing what happens to your digital data when you die, and what we could be doing about it.