Defend Your Data and Yourself - Robert Siciliano #5242
Financial Survival Network
Summary: If your business operates on a web platform, it is crucial to possess a thorough understanding and appreciation of cybersecurity; this is a practice that can either make or break your business. Today I speak with bestselling author Robert Siciliano about the precautions one can take to evade cyberattacks and identity theft, which are incredibly common in the digital realm of business. Proper cybersecurity and a knowledge of how to deal with attacks/attempted attacks can save you and your business a load of trouble in the long run. Tune in to find out more. Highlights: -It is important to know what precautions to take to avoid identity theft -Bestselling author Robert Siciliano tells us that ransomware is an epidemic: it affects healthcare, manufacturing, etc. -Businesses are paying millions of dollars in ransom -The bad guys have gotten very skilled in what they do, especially in terms of organization. They function as legitimate businesses. Team members are able to get access to usernames and passwords, and get people to click links so that they can operate from the inside -They gain access to the insides of networks and then stop these networks from functioning -Insurance companies end up paying for this ransom -Everyone needs proper security awareness/appreciation training -Cybersecurity insurance is the fastest growing sector of insurance -Any computer with valuable data should have at least two backups Useful Links: Safr.me Financial Survival Network
CU 2.0 Podcast Episode 145 Robert Siciliano on Ransomware and Who Do You Trust?
The CU2.0 Podcast
PSCU called it a growing credit union threat. CUNA Mutual called it one of the fastest growing malware threats. Security company Arctic Wolf has said there was a 520% increase in ransomware and phishing attacks in the banking sector between March and June 2020. NCUA has even issued a punchlist of steps to take to protect against ransomware attacks.Color me surprised. I had thought ransomware - where hackers "lock" a site or a database and demand a ransom to unlock it - was a thing of the past. Data redundancy in the cloud had eliminated the threat, I thought.I was wrong.Crooks are nimble and in today's iteration of ransomware, yes, the site still is locked - but before that happens the crook makes a point to copy key files. Tell the crooks you won't play ball, or simply ignore their demands, and they up the ante by posting a sample of their data theft on publicly viewable sites. Imagine if the Social Security numbers of 10,000 of your members suddenly sprout up online. How ugly is that?Would you pay to avoid that?Crooks also know that increasing numbers of credit unions have what amounts to ransomware insurance coverage and they also know how much the insurers will pay.Don't underestimate them. Brilliant hackers they are not necessarily - some in fact simply use ransomware kits they buy online - but here is what it takes to defeat them: recognizing that security is a 24/7, 365 days a year job, says Robert Siciliano, a longtime cybersecurity expert who works with many organizations to help them raise their defenses.It is not being paranoid, believing we are under continuing attacks, insists Siciliano in this podcast. It is just being prudentThis is not a podcast overloaded with technical jargon. What it is is a podcast intended to light a fire under all of us because we need that zeal if we intend to win, says Siciliano.Listen up.Like what you are hearing? Find out how you can help sponsor this podcast here. Very affordable sponsorship packages are available. Email email@example.comAnd like this podcast on whatever service you use to stream it. That matters.Find out more about CU2.0 and the digital transformation of credit unions here. It’s a journey every credit union needs to take. Pronto.
Episode 104: Identity Theft - Interview with Robert Siciliano
Retirement Rescue Radio
Nate discusses identity theft and how to help protect yourself with Robert Siciliano. *Robert Siciliano is not affiliated with Miller Retirement Group and AEWM. Robert’s Website: https://protectnowllc.com/ Key takeaways: How can we help protect ourselves from identity theft? Phishing and phone call scams Whose responsibility is it to protect your identity? Tracking your purchases The value of having security in your life
Ransomware To Choke Off Election? - Robert Siciliano #4952
Financial Survival Network
We could see Election Day chaos. If ransomware gets into any of the swing state’s computer system, the results could be disastrous. Every cyber security expert is focused on the election and are not sleeping soundly. If access to voter data get restricted via ransomeware, it will cast doubt into the election results or even worse. Many swing states in the last election were won by less than one percent. Microsoft and the DHS worked together to shut down a botnet recently. The network was spewing out malware and capturing peoples’s data on a mass scale. The election system across the country is composed of thousands of different systems of various age and quality. It’s documented and that information is available to hackers and other bad actors. This enables Russia and China to target vulnerabilities and possibly sabotage the results. Should this happen, we might need a do over. Back to paper ballots? It’s all about planning. Has the government planned adequately. You need to plan ahead. Just think of paper towel and toilet papers shortages that we saw from Covid, on steroids. Prepare, prepare, prepare…
Protecting Your Credit and Consumer Identity with Robert Siciliano
Credit Conversion Conversations
If you’re like most Americans, you may have received a letter in the mail stating that your information was compromised and that the company hacked is offering a year or two of identity protection. There is also the possibility that you heard one of the credit bureaus were breached AGAIN! How safe is our information? This episode with Robert Siciliano unpacks how to keep your identity safe and your credit virtually free from compromise. In this new digital age, this is exactly what you need to know. Listen now. About the Host:Nathalie Noisette has been hailed as the credit “secret weapon.” With the creation of this podcast and the existence of her company Credit Conversion, the content being shared is worth its weight in gold. Nathalie has the credit bureaus shaken up by arming consumers with lesser-known credit insights and empowering them to engage in the conversations that will convert their credit.About Credit Conversion:#1 Credit Resource Company.As seen in YahooFinance, BusinessInsider, MSN Money & more.Curating credit converting content that has the credit industry shaken up.Get in Touch:Instagram: www.instagram.com/creditconversion/Facebook: www.facebook.com/credconversion/?…=admin_todo_tourBe a part of our exclusive Facebook group:www.facebook.com/groups/CreditConversionCommunity/Free Credit Consultation: Admin@creditconversion.orgFor Media Inquiries or Ad placement, please contact Nathalie at 1-888-773-5777 or firstname.lastname@example.orgDisclaimer:All information contained within this audio is a reflection of the author’s opinion in proximity to when the audio was produced. Credit and best practices are ever-changing organisms, due to this notion, there can be changes to this podcast at any time based on new information. Also, the host’s opinion may change as well.The host has done their due diligence to ensure that the information presented is presented with the most relevant information, but takes no responsibility to any changes that may be made. Again, these are opinions based on expert experience. You are more than welcome to cross-reference any information presented in this clip.Any missing information is not the responsibility of the host. Any results direct, indirect or consequential, or otherwise are not the responsibility of the host. The information is not to be taken as legal advice. If you are in need of legal advice please contact a qualified attorney.
Cyber Security with Robert Siciliano | Your Wealth Health
Your Wealth Health
In this epsode of Your Wealth Health we present one of the nation's most prominent experts on cybercrime and identity theft — special guest Robert Siciliano. A #1 Best Selling Amazon.com author and CEO of Safr.Me, Siciliano is fiercely committed to informing, educating and empowering people so they can protect themselves and their loved ones from violence and crime in their everyday lives, both in their physical and virtual interactions. Here are a few questions we’ll cover: With so many people working from home and using their computers to communicate how exposed are they to cybercrime? What about scams that take advantage of people during these difficult times? What are some red flags people should be aware of? What personal computer systems are most susceptible to hacking and what are the best programs to guard against it? Visit YourWealthHealth.com to get a FREE copy of Siciliano's latest book 'Identity Theft Privacy: Security Protection and Fraud Prevention', courtesy of Hilltop Wealth Solutions. Saturdays at 9:30am FOX Michiana // YourWealthHealth.com
Covid and Other Scams Running Rampant - Robert Siciliano #4772
Financial Survival Network
Noted cyber security expert Robert Siciliano observes that within several years cybercrime will be the third largest business on the planet. The current pandemic has only upped the stakes. It doesn't matter if you're a nanny or a police officer, you're still a potential target. And just like the current pandemic, It's not like the government is going to save you. There's just too many cases and not enough cops. That means that it's up to you to become aware, start changing your passwords and be aware that you're a potential target. Make those passwords long and complicated and maybe then you'll stand a chance.
Cybersecurity with Robert Siciliano | Your Wealth Health
Your Wealth Health
In this episode, we’re talking all things cybersecurity. As data breaches and identity theft become increasingly common, it’s more important than ever to take steps to protect yourself. Our CEO and host Erik Brenner talks with Robert Siciliano- one of the nation’s most well-respected and trusted experts on cybercrime. Siciliano shares information on identity theft, internet safety, crime prevention, and security.
Compelling People to Care About Security - Robert Siciliano - ESW #169
Enterprise Security Weekly (Video)
Security goes against our core beliefs, therefore security awareness training often falls flat because employees don't care about security. By showing employees the "why" and how it benefits them as individuals, they are much more open to the "how" and begin to appreciate the value security provides. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ESWEpisode169
Cyber Security "The 3 Things you need to know" Protecting you and your client's identity - Robert Siciliano on Path to Mastery Podcast
Path to Mastery
Why cyber security is so important and why it's critical to protect your clients and your own data. SECURITY PROTECTION AND FRAUD PREVENTION Update software Update hardware Password management Social media security Personal security ROBERT SICILIANO CSP #1 Best Selling Amazon.com author, CEO of Safr.Me, and the architect of the CSI Protection certification; a Cyber Social and Identity Protection security awareness training program. Robert is a security expert and private investigator fiercely committed to informing, educating and empowering people so they can protect themselves and their loved ones from violence and crime in their everyday lives, both in their physical and virtual interactions. Safr.me Subscribe in Apple Podcasts / iTunes Please check out our sponsors – 2 weeks only $49.00 www.vulcan7.com/pathtomastery/ Check out all David’s Coming Events on www.davidsevent.com YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/hillteam17 Free Audible Book www.davidsfreebook.com Facebook – Please follow and join my Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/ptmastery/ LinkedIN https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidihill