Fiddlin’ Around with Jim Matthews, A Banjo on His Knee
ThirtyFour-50 Radio Show
Fiddlin’ Around with Jim Matthews, A Banjo on His KneeBy way of passing on his life and musical legacy to his children and grandchildren, Jim Matthews curated a 50 year range of his original and cover music, sung and played on many different instruments. This CD collection is called ‘Man Enough to Claim It’. Come listen in to a few old time, swing, folk, Celtic, swing or bluegrass renditions performed live!
Unfortunately, the rapid shift to remote work following the COVID-19 outbreak also saw a massive rise in phishing attempts, putting many organizations at risk of a potential breach. That’s why now more than ever, IT administrators need to keep their organization on their toes to prevent a phishing attack.Luckily, Jim Matthews knows a thing or two about phishing. With over 10 years of experience in the security industry, Jim’s observed the evolution of phishing attacks, and knows how to train end users and executives on the tell-tale signs of phony emails and links. To learn his tricks of the trade and how you can keep your organization safe from phishing, check out this new episode of the Where’s the Any Key? podcast.Helpful link found in today’s episode:Read the Verizon Data Breaches and Investigations Report (DBIR)
Join Ryan as he sits down with Jim Matthews, the Security Engineer at JumpCloud. Together, Ryan and Jim talk about securing your workforce even when all your employees are working from home. This is the first episode of our newest series on organizational security.Helpful links found in today's episode:SANS Security Awareness Work-from-Home Deployment KitFTC online security tips for working from home CSO free security resources for remote employees