Node Chats

Node Chats – Are you weakest or strongest link?

We’re back with another episode of Node Chats, your podcast for all things cybersecurity.

Neil Gurnhill talks to Gabriel Friedlander, Founder of Wizer, about citizen cyber training in the second episode of Node Chats.

We cover remote job scams, how to teach your children to stay safe online and much more.

“You really have to educate people if you want to have a chance in fighting cyber crime.”

Gabriel Friedlander, Founder of Wizer

Wizer is a full security awareness platform with 1-minute videos, phishing simulation and gamification. Offering both free and optional paid add-ons for the community and employees alike.

Here are some quick tips on how to be cyber smart:

  • Use antivirus software.
  • Update your devices when needed.
  • Start questioning links, never click on a link you don’t trust.
  • Always use strong passwords— characters, numbers and letters.
  • Be careful what personal information you share, particularly on social media.
  • Teach children not to post or share personal information such as their photograph, address or age.

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Node Chats

Node Chat Podcast Launches!

We are proud to announce the launch of Node Chats, your podcast for all things cybersecurity.

Neil Gurnhill kicks us off with a hot topic, inviting David Kruse, Director of Business Development at Tetra Defense, to discuss the evolving nature of ransomware.

Ransomware is a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid.

A new organisation will fall victim to ransomware every 14 seconds in 2019, and every 11 seconds by 2021. (Source: Cyber Security Ventures)

This is a current, very real issue that affects large companies, small business and the everyday person.

Learn how to spot early signs that ransomware is on your network before encryption.

David talks about the factors that can influence early detection such as the level of information security systems that your company has in place to flag the invasion and the quality and skill of the person who compromised that network.

If you have a hacker that’s just a bull in a china shop and hasn’t quite figured out how to be more stealthy, you’ll see indicators of compromise all over the place.

David Kruse, Director of Business Development at Tetra Defense

Listen to the podcast for answers on everything ransomware, drop us a comment if you have any more questions and we’ll be happy to get back to you.

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