The Cybersecurity Evangelist, Episode 2; Demystifying Cybersecurity Myths – Part 2

By Jennifer Lyn Walker

Welcome back! This month we are airing part two of the inaugural episode of The Cybersecurity Evangelist where Travis Farral and I finish demystifying cybersecurity myth #2 and #1.

Listen to find out where the term “hacking” came from, and more about different types of “hackers”… including the good ones. Travis and I also give a quick nod to our inner geek. We wrap up the discussion with how we are ALL targets of opportunity, even if we don’t have an online presence. And why it is important to overcome the “it won’t happen to me mindset.” Finally, Travis leaves us with his final thought: spend a few minutes trying to educate yourself on ways you can protect your family.

Have a listen to Demystifying Cybersecurity Myths – Part 2 on Anchor, Apple, Spotify, and if you missed Part 1, check it out here.

Again, our hope is that TCE will have a little something for everyone – to provide information and education in small, manageable, relevant snippets to enhance cybersecurity awareness for everyone.

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