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October 14, 2019
Today's podcast looks at better password protection, why you need to  charge your smartphone and updates for iTunes, iCloud and Chrome to watch for
October 11, 2019
Today's podcast reports on an email hack at a US hospital and looks at why two-factor authentication is vital to stop hacks like it
October 9, 2019
Today's podcast reports on repeated data breaches at a US cancer hospital chain, where to check for login credential theft, a new Instagram security feature and patches to watch for
October 7, 2019
Today's podcast reports on the credit card hack at three US restaurant chains, a Canadian survey on data breaches and how an online soccer game site suffered a privacy breach
October 4, 2019
Today's podcast looks at the increase in reported stalkerware, an FBI warning on ransomware, a survey on bad password practices and more
October 2, 2019
Today's podcast offers advice for October cyber security awareness month, outlines some new ransomware statistics and warns of lots of security updates to watch out for
September 30, 2019
Today's podcast covers a data breach at the DoorDash food delivery service, attacks on suppliers of aircraft manufacturer Airbus suppliers and possible unpatchable Apple devices  
September 27, 2019
Today's podcast looks at how scammers evade email security gateways, thousands of vulnerable webcams found, 'fleeceware' Android apps and a bug in new Apple operating systems
September 25, 2019
Today's podcast warns of an email Snowden book offer scam, an Instagram copyright scam and the discovery of more bad Android apps
September 23, 2019
Today's podcast looks at why trust is the bedrock of cyber security, how buying a cheap smart phone may be trouble and two Android apps to be deleted 
September 20, 2019
Today's podcast looks at how two botnets infect machines, offers advice for what data breach victims should do after getting a warning and tells how to defend your Windows Defender
September 18, 2019
Today's podcast reports on medical information on millions found open on the Internet, the maker of the Lumin PDF editor hacked, unsafe routers and more
September 16, 2019
Today's podcast offers advice for those worried about misinformation during elections, reports on the discovery of another open database of personal information online, sextortion and cheating on exams
September 13, 2019
Today's podcast warns about a university library password scam, reports on the break-up of an international email fraud ring and urges Android app users to say no to unreasonable permissions
September 11, 2019
Warning on how data from women’s’ apps is being used, a penalty for using facial recognition in a school and careless document filing leads to data breach.
September 9, 2019
Today's podcast reports on an Open server found with peoples' resumes, how an Alaska city got lucky and several updates to watch out for
September 6, 2019
Today's podcast includes a warning about unsafe child GPS trackers, finds a company exposing customer email and finds a report on crimeware
September 4, 2019
Today's podcast looks at two data breaches, not so smart devices, privacy learning games for kids, cloned debit cards and more
September 2, 2019
Today's podcasts lists independent web sites where you can find cyber security and privacy resources  
August 30, 2019
Today's podcast offers tips from Canada's privacy commissioner on how to stay safe using Facebook, Twitter and other social media
August 28, 2019
Today's podcast looks at how university and college students can better protect themselves online
August 26, 2019
Today's podcast wonders who really is that person on your voicemail, details charges made against an international email fraud rink and urges you to ditch old software
August 23, 2019
Today's podcast deals with ways to stop virtual assistants from sharing your voice, a data breach at Moviepass and trouble at Poker Tracker
August 21, 2019
Today's podcast warns about Fortnite ransomware, a scam aimed at Steam game users, Android adware apps, a clumsy porn site reveals member names and more
August 19, 2019
Today's podcast reminds listeners to update LibreOffice, Firefox and Trend Micro's password manager, details how a hotel chain has been hit with a data breach and repeats a Microsoft phishing warning
August 16, 2019
Today's podcast suggests paying with cash for gas, reveals another  voicemail scam, urges users to patch their printers and identifies a problem with Kaspersky Antivirus
August 14, 2019
Today's podcast reports on the ability of Android users to log into Google services with a fingerprint, preventing ransomware from getting on your digital camera, unsecured personal data found on an Amazon storage site and more
August 12, 2019
Today's podcast offers Wi-Fi advice for travelers who rent rooms in homes, and looks at companies caught giving away personal information of a customer
August 9, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a customer password reset issued by State Farm Insurance, data breach at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, more fake web sites found and privacy issues at a dating site
August 7, 2019
Today's podcast looks at an FBI warning for romantics, a data breach at CafePress, employees paid off at AT&T and a caution on banking apps
August 5, 2019
Today's podcast is a reminder that what you post about your company on social media could help hackers break in
August 2, 2019
Got an old computer or smartphone you want to give away or get rid of? Here are tips on how to make sure no sensitive data is left on it
July 31, 2019
Today's podcast has tips on how to find out if your email has been hacked
July 29, 2019
Password warning for network-attached storage devices, more ransomawre victims and the connection between police and Ring home surveillance cameras.
July 26, 2019
Today's podcast counts how many stolen credit/debit cards are for sale on the Dark Web, finds the latest cyber attack trends and shows the wrong way a company alerted customers to a breach
July 24, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a new Office 356 attack, librarians versus LinkedIn and several pieces of software that need patching
July 22, 2019
Today's podcast looks at what's behind a fake Office365 website, explains why you don't trust strangers on the Internet and finds a warning on college web site software
July 19, 2019
Today's podcast looks at how companies should prepare for ransomware, the discovery of stalking apps in the Google Play store and why Slack is reseting thousands of passwords
July 17, 2019
Today's podcast looks at how instant messaging apps can be attacked, wonders if this ransomware gang really retired and finds another video conferencing app with trouble
July 15, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a college hit by ransomware, a medical billing company victimized by phishing and questions about how seriously politicians take email security
July 12, 2019
Today's podcast covers a warning to employees and IT admins on protecting Amazon S3 buckets, the discovery of bad Android apps and why you should keep an eye on your payment card statement
July 10, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a survey of Canadians's opinions on cyber security, wonders if Facebook hear you, and describes a Zoom video conferencing app warning
July 8, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a U.S. city hit by an email banking scam, Linux servers being hunted for cryptomining and how sloppy thinking in a mobile app victimized people in Japan
July 5, 2019
Today's podcast points at a phony Samsung app, the need to update Microsoft Office, unveils not-so-smart door locks, and tells why a router manufacturer has been disciplined
July 3, 2019
Today's podcast includes a caution to Orvibo smart device owners about a data breach, adware found in Android apps and arrests made in a cryptocurrency scam
July 1, 2019
Today's podcast urges listeners to celebrate not only the country but the ways you help make it cyber secure
June 28, 2019
Today's podcast looks at the so-called "one-ring" phone scam and what to do about it
June 26, 2019
Today's podcast looks at ways to avoid being stung by crooked online vacation deals
June 24, 2019
Today's podcast has advice for not being suckered by an email vacation scam that looks like it's from a friend
June 21, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a data breach in Oregon, ransomware in Florida, a company wants bankruptcy protection after a data breach and a country talks about surveillance cameras 
June 19, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a man victimized at a Canadian wireless carrier by fake ID, a hack of an online restaurant ordering service and a caution on fake web site domains
June 17, 2019
Today' podcast looks at a Gmail Calendar scam, the need for some Yubikey security key devices to replace their fobs and wonders who's real on LinkedIn?
June 14, 2019
Today's podcast looks at the risks of running old versions of Windows, a warning for Evite users after a data breach and fake but-kind-of-true news on social media
June 12, 2019
Today's podcast looks at an FBI warning about recognizing phony web pages, more phony phone call scams coming your way and how bit is distrust of the Internet
June 10, 2019
Today's podcast looks at activists protesting airline use of video cameras, a new botnet-powered brute force attack detected and update this building system
June 7, 2019
Today's podcast covers another victim in medical billing recovery firm breach revealed, report says healthcare industry attacks increasing, Russia election Twitter campaign analyzed, and look up and smile.
June 5, 2019
Today's podcast looks at an 'undelivered mail' scam, a text scam and looks into what is a synthetic click and why you should be worried about it
June 3, 2019
Today's podcast covers the hack of a U.S. non-profit for those with special needs, a former employee sues company after data breach and private photos left unprotected
May 31, 2019
Today's podcast covers a hack at the Checkers restaurant chain , data at hotel security management firm exposed the cost of ransomware and warnings about WordPress and Linux
May 29, 2019
Today's podcast covers a big hack of the Canvas graphics site, an insurer leaves sensitive documents open on the Internet and ransomware going after MySQL databases
May 27, 2019
Today's podcast reports on an email lawsuit threat scam hitting businesses, an Android 'Missed call' con and a ranking of how different countries are doing catching email threats
May 24, 2019
Today's podcast looks at how online shopping sites are being scammed, a Microsoft mistake that could have been trouble and a cryptocurrency laundering site shut
May 22, 2019
Today's podcast includes a warning about phone messages that look like they came from the US Post Office, Canada's Digital Charter, and rating the security of political party web sites
May 20, 2019
Today's podcast looks at the discovery of an open database on 8 million Americans, advice to Asus computer owners and news on hactivists
May 17, 2019
Today's podcast covers charges laid against gang that ran bank credentials stealing network, a new kind of Microsoft support scam and Google recalls some Titan security keys
May 15, 2019
Today's podcast covers a report on a group spreading fake news, another on how human error causes data breaches and asks why marketers need to collect so much data
May 13, 2019
Today's podcast looks at cellphone company employees allegedly in on a scam, measuring the size of cyber crime and a new exploit companies should watch out for 
May 10, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a ransomware trick, e-commerce sites hit by credit card skimming and sloppy software developers
May 8, 2019
Today's podcast covers privacy awareness week, Canadian cellular carrier's data exposed and the cost to businesses of cyber crime 
May 6, 2019
Today's podcast covers an alert for Dell computer owners, two illegal online markets closed and a U.S. school board embarrassed 
May 3, 2019
Today's podcast reports on churches as cyber victims, increasing Outlook attacks, a phony Android game site and news on password managers
May 1, 2019
Today's podcast covers the discovery of a huge database with info on Americans that was found on the web, World Password Day, a victim of celebrity fraud and no free lunch for pirate streaming devices 
April 29, 2019
Today's podcast gives a warning about unsecure connected devices on the market, cyber advice for manufacturers and a find fake celebrities quiz
April 26, 2019
Today's podcast looks at how valuable data can be found on used hard drives for sale, and a quantum computing warning for businesses
April 24, 2019
Today's podcast looks at the latest FBI Internet crime report, a UK report on unsafe passwords, a medical hack and how your face may  be used to train facial recognition software
April 22, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a cyber attack on the Weather Channel, an attack on a municipality in Maine, the conviction of a man for selling stolen credit and debit cards on the web and an unusual attack on a college's computers
April 19, 2019
Today's podcast warns listeners about fake Notre Dame donation sites, the need to better protect domain name servers and how iPhone users are being tricked
April 17, 2019
Today's podcast covers a new strain of ransomware, the dangers of unpatched software, an Outlook hack and a big fine in Britain
April 15, 2019
Today's podcast looks at malware that tries to exploit weak passwords, how your Android phone could be a key to improved security and two compromised web sites
April 12, 2019
Today's podcast looks at why your digital profile is for sale, Windows update trouble for some and a new twist on an old Microsoft scam
April 10, 2019
Today's podcast focuses on updates for a car app, Windows and Adobe software and for TP-Link routers
April 8, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a phone support scam, income tax scams, hackers advertising on Facebook and a warning for owners of home routers  
April 5, 2019
Today's podcast covers an embarrassing ransomware attack, a new tactic in sextortion and a warning to be careful creating political apps
April 3, 2019
Today's podcast covers a ransomware attack that forces doctors out, a Toronto man says he was target of police raid, payment card data stolen from U.S. restaurant chains and alleged social media election shenanigans overseas
April 1, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a man guilty of an Apple password scam, why you should watch these email subject lines and why should shouldn't  fall for this Twitter prank
March 29, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a new security guide for Canadian small business and medium businesses, the discovery of a new Android bank malware and a new tool to help track trouble
March 27, 2019
Today's podcast deals with an alert for Asus computer owners, a warning for software companies to be open about warnings and a study showing how much junk is on new Android phones
March 25, 2019
Today's podcast reports on a phony email flu alert leading to ransomware, more on business email scams and a warning to developers using GitHub
March 22, 2019
My podcast today covers fake name scams, people getting big money for finding bugs and UK police hit by ransomware
March 20, 2019
Today's podcast offers advice for Fraud Awareness Month, outlines how ransomware hit an aluminum producer and tells how to protect against spear phishing
March 18, 2019
Today's podcast reports on criminals stealing credit card data from infected websites, a report urging companies to toughen defences against mobile device attacks and the latest email package delivery scam
March 15, 2019
Today's podcast looks at dangerous Android security apps in the Google Play store; advice for email and Wordpress administrators and more on credit card reader malware
March 13, 2019
Today's podcast covers a Microsoft support scam that seems to take over your computer, billions of records found open on the Internet and a caution to protect your PIN.
March 11, 2019
Citrix Systems is targeted in a state-sponsored cyber attack seeking government secrets. Meanwhile, the U.S. is struggling to find the security talent it needs in government. And why you might want to avoid the temptation to use your smartphone as a car key.  
March 8, 2019
Today's podcast covers three sessions from RSA security conference:Encourage women to be cyber warriors, avoid business email compromise and be less visible online
March 6, 2019
Why it’s the perfect time to encourage women to pursue careers in cyber security; a vulnerability is discovered in the world’s most-popular ecommerce platform; and a strange quirk is discovered by some surprised Android TV users.
March 5, 2019
Host Howard Solomon brings a preview of what themes cybersecurity professionals will be exploring at the biggest annual conference in the industry. With special guest Ryan Olson, Intelligence Director, Palo Alto Networks.
March 4, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a new version of a bank trojan that's been spotted, a warning to update the Android ShareIT and two people have become millionaires though finding software bugs
March 1, 2019
Today's podcast looks at a report that the rate of sextortion is increasing, Facebook will soon give users the ability to erase their  history and an Elasticsearch warning
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