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23 minutes | a month ago
#39 – Computerized Voting Machines are Safe and Secure. Period.
The computers that we use to count votes in America are safe and secure. Hear why from cyber-warfare expert Jonathan Couch.
17 minutes | a month ago
#38 - Easily Secure Your Data Like the Professionals
Backing up your data is critical, whether you are running a business or running a household. In this episode, find out how to get help - who to call and what to ask, with cybersecurity expert Mohit Tiwari, CEO of Symmetry Systems.
18 minutes | a month ago
#37 - Text-Message Security Codes No Longer "Good Enough"
Understand the problem with a security code through a text message, and what to do about it.
28 minutes | 2 months ago
#36 - Abandoned Apps: The Back Door To Your Mobile Phone
You probably have apps on your phone that are no longer being patched for security vulnerabilities. These abandoned apps put you at risk. Find out what to do on episode #36 of @DIYcyberguy with cybersecurity expert Joe Carson, author of Cybersecurity for Dummies.
24 minutes | 3 months ago
#35 – Do You Have Surveillance Malware On Your Smartphone?
What is 'surveillance-ware?' Why is it bad, and how do you remove it from your smartphone? Find out on this episode of DIY Cyber Guy.
17 minutes | 7 months ago
#34 – Like Problem Solving? Try a Little Coding
Software development sounds daunting, but taking the first step to learning how to code is easier than you think. Find out how on this episode of @DIYcyberguy
17 minutes | 8 months ago
#33 - Hackers Exploiting Covid19 - Keep Your Business Protected
Hackers have never been more depraved - attacking hospitals and labs that are fighting Covid19. Learn valuable tips on how protect your home or your business with Konstantine Zuckerman, CEO of Cybri.
14 minutes | a year ago
#32 - Deep Fakes - Protect Yourself and Your Kids
Images of you and your kids can be manipulated and exploited - how to remove these images from the internet.
23 minutes | a year ago
#31 - What You Need to Know About Access To Your Private Network Cameras
More than 500 police departments across the USA have partnered with Ring Doorbell (an Amazon Company) to create a new kind of widespread surveillance system. What you need to know, and what to do about it.
9 minutes | a year ago
#30 - Serious Issue with New Macbook OS 'Catalina'
Over 200 apps are breaking in the new mac operating system, 'Catalina.' Easiest fix: simply do NOT upgrade to Catalina until the problem is solved.
6 minutes | a year ago
#29 - iPhone Users May NOT Want to Upgrade to iOS 13
If you share reminders and to-do lists in the iPhone app called 'Reminders,' there are two important reasons why you may *not* want to upgrade to the new iOS13, yet. Also, an update on iOS13 security issues.
27 minutes | 2 years ago
#28 - The 'Common Sense Media' of Digital Literacy
Finally, the beginning of a set of standards for the digital age that is as easy to use as “Common Sense Media.” The DQ Institute this week launched the DQ Global Standards Report 2019 which is the world’s first attempt to define a global standard for digital literacy, skills and readiness across the education and technology sectors. With Digital Citizenship Expert David Ryan Polgar.
19 minutes | 2 years ago
#27 - How Teens are Digitally Targeted, and What To Do About It, with Denise DeRosa
Recently a letter signed by 50 psychologists was sent to the American Psychological Association (APA) accusing psychologists working at tech companies of using “hidden manipulation techniques” and asks the APA to take an ethical stand on behalf of kids. Is this malicious intent on the part of tech giants, or is it just a design that worked too well? Here to talk about this today is Denise Lisi DeRosa, an online safety consultant, speaker and the Founder of Cyber Sensible.
23 minutes | 2 years ago
#26 - How Small Companies Prevent Cyber Attacks
Can you imagine having to tell your customers that the product they bought from you is gone? Their account is gone? Their data is gone? Would your business survive? Exactly that happened to a a company called VFEmail this week. How can you make sure your small business - or your home - is doing the basics to prevent critical loss? Our guest is cybersecurity expert Dr. Dale Meyerrose, President of the The MeyerRose Group.
25 minutes | 2 years ago
#25 - Stealing your Credit Card at the Gas Pump
In this episode, we tell you about the rise of a new kind of credit card skimmer that can steal your credit card number at the gas pump. But this is different in two ways: it is inside the pump so you cannot see it, and the stolen cards are retrieved via Bluetooth which is easier for the thief. This hack is spreading fast because the clock is ticking on the hackers. Our guest is cybersecurity expert Scott Schober.
16 minutes | 2 years ago
#24 - Advising Russia and China on Blockchain
In this episode, we discuss the worldwide impact of blockchain from the perspective of a person who advises governments – George Goognin. George is a Board Member of the Mile Unity Foundation, which educates governments and enterprises on how to apply blockchain technologies. George is the co-founder of peer to peer loan system Karma, and he is vice chairman of the Russian Parliament Blockchain Experts Chamber. He is *not* a Russian government official, be he is an advisor to the governments of Russia, China, South Korea and others.
23 minutes | 2 years ago
#23 - Why You are Vulnerable to the Hack That Exposed the DNC
Spear phishing. It's when a hacker crafts an email or social media post designed to get you to click a link or open an attachment. And it is the most prevalent threat to both business and personal computers today. According to the FBI, it is also the method that hackers used to create the infamous hack of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) during the 2016 Presidential election. Find out what you can do about this and other threats with my guest, John Czupak- President and CEO of ThreatQuotient,
22 minutes | 2 years ago
#22 - The Reddit Hack - What You Need to Do Right Now
Another major hack is in the news; this time it is Reddit. If you have a username and password on Reddit, even if you have been using a pseudonym, listen to this episode for tips and tactics to keep yourself safe online.
29 minutes | 2 years ago
#21 -What You Need to Know Before You Test Your DNA
Do you want to find our more about your family history by doing a DNA test, or maybe you want to give a DNA test as a gift? You need to know which testing companies protect your DNA data (and which do not)! Our special guest is Jules Polonetsky, CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum.
25 minutes | 2 years ago
#20 - When is a Coin NOT a Coin? Avoiding ICO Pitfalls
What's The Difference Between Cryptocurrencies and Initial Coin Offerings? The answer may surprise you. Listen to Blockchain compliance expert Diana Adachi before turning your money into ether!
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