Avoid business closure with these cyber security tips with cyber security expert Bastien Treptel | #528
The Small Business Big Marketing Podcast with Timbo Reid
Host Timbo Reid’s business has been hacked four times in the past few months. So he decided it’s time to pull in the big guns and find out how all business owners can avoid this. So join Timbo as he chats with cyber security expert Bastien Treptel of the CTRL Group.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
EP26 Cyber Criminal Reformed - How Safe Are You? | Bastien Treptel
Roll With The Punches
Reformed black hacker turned Australia's best Cyber Hacking Expert. Bastien Treptel had the Federal Police on his doorstep at 16 years old. These days he is the founder of CTRL Group, Australia's progressive information security firm and ‘Cyber Hacker’ the Podcast. Channeling his ever present passion for hacking into good rather than evil... lucky for us and Australian business's, I think you'd agree. In this episode we banter all things sh*t-that-gets-you-in-strife online and learn a thing or two about keeping your identity safe along the way. We have a laugh here and there and Bastien terrifies me with some facts about cyber-security that may just make you pack your bags, quit technology and move to a far away desert plain.Tiffanee Cook: www.tiffaneeandco.com.au Bastien Treptel: https://ctrlgroup.io/EPISODE SPONSOR: TRY escape Landscape Design & Construction | www.facebook.com/tryescape | @tryescape--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roll-withthepunches/message
How Social Engineering is Evolving – Bastien Treptel, CTRL Group
Cyber in Business
In the business world we often think cybersecurity is just about our technical solutions. The firewall and antivirus software should be enough, right? Not quite.Bastien Treptel, Co-Founder of CTRL Group, takes us into the hacker mindset to share some of the social engineering techniques his team uses in an ethical breach. He also helps us clarify what social engineering actually entails and shares some insight into how it's changing during a new era of working from home and other COVID-19 consequences.Learn more about CTRL Group: https://ctrlgroup.io/https://www.linkedin.com/company/ctrlgroup/And check out the Cyber Hacker podcast:https://ctrlgroup.io/cyber-hacker-podcast/Cyber in Business is proudly supported by CTRL GroupLearn more about Cyber in Business:https://www.cyberinbusiness.com/https://twitter.com/cyberinbusinesshttps://www.linkedin.com/company/cyber-in-business/https://www.facebook.com/cyberinbusiness/#cyberinbusiness #cybersecurity 1:04 How did social engineering originate? 2:05 What outcomes does a social engineering technique drive? 2:32 What are common misconceptions of social engineering? 5:06 Walk us through how your team thinks through planning a social engineering attack? 9:00 Why is it challenging for businesses to understand social engineering attacks? 10:09 What makes an attacker successful at social engineering? 11:56 What do you recommend for businesses to secure themselves and protect against potential social engineering threats? 14:03 What should businesses watch out for as they start increasing their digital activities? 17:52 What is CTRL Group doing to adapt to this environment and deliver (ethical) social engineering attacks? 19:51 What are current trends in attacks? 21:27 What are the implications for social engineering in working from home arrangements? 25:42 Any final thoughts?
@Cyberhacker Podcaster and CEO of CTRLGroup, Bastien Treptel joins us this week to talk about Cyber Security. He describes some of the industrious ways that hackers and nefarious threats are targeting and accessing our data and what we can do to prevent, prepare and respond if a cyber crisis strikes.