How The Bad Guys Trick You Into Taking Their Bait

“Phishing” is one of the most common and most effective ways for the bad guys to get your passwords or credit card information. In this episode, I’ll be discussing this classic hacking tactic that has grown by leaps and bounds in just the last year – one report said phishing attacks grew over 250% in the first quarter of 2016 alone. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson recently said that “the most devastating attacks by the most sophisticated attackers almost always begin with the simple act of spear-phishing.” Tune in to find out what phishing is all about and how best to protect yourself!

In the news this week, we ask the question: Can drones steal your computer information by video taping the flashing light on your PC?? (Spoiler alert: Look up Betteridge’s Law of Headlines.)

Chris Romeo is CEO and co-founder of Security Journey. His passion is to bring security belt programs to all organizations, large and small. He was the Chief Security Advocate at Cisco Systems for five years, where he guided Cisco’s Security Advocates, empowering engineers to “build security in” to all products at Cisco. He led the creation of Cisco’s internal, end-to-end security belt program launched in 2012. Chris has twenty years of experience in security, holding positions across the gamut, including application security, penetration testing, and incident response. Chris holds the CISSP and CSSLP.

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Carey Parker began programming computers in middle school when personal computers were just starting to become popular. For years, these twin interests percolated until he attended Purdue University and he learned you could get paid to do this stuff – it was called Electrical Engineering! After obtaining a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in EE, Carey wrote software for multiple companies, large and small. In recent years, particularly after the Edward Snowden revelations in 2013, he became deeply concerned about computer security and privacy. In 2014, he combined his passion for computers, cybersecurity and fantasy novels with the long-time desire to write the book: Firewalls Don’t Stop Dragons.

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