CYBER WHAT?

THE CYBERSECURITY SHOW FOR TODAY'S BUSINESSES

UP-TO-THE-MINUTE NEWS AND ANALYSIS

On Cyber What?, Kurt takes an in-depth look at hot cybersecurity topics, with an emphasis on how they affect small- and mid-sized businesses. In each episode, Kurt breaks down a cybersecurity issue, explains what it means for you, and gives practical tips for protecting your business.  Watch Cyber What? to get past all the buzzwords and jargon and gain a real understanding of the risks your business faces in today’s networked world.

Kurt brings years of corporate experience as well as experience teaching at the university level to Cyber What?, making the show a must-watch for anyone who wants to get a handle on just what all this cybersecurity stuff means anyway.  If you find yourself asking “Wait, cyber what?” when you watch other business shows, join Kurt for Cyber What?

Cyber What? is hosted on BizTV!

SEPTEMBER 30, 2019:  Your business partners can really ruin your day. Join Kurt for a look at cyber risk in the supply chain. Learn about some notable supply chain attacks and how to defend yourself. And don't forget The Weekly Fail!

A big that you to Maryville University for assisting with the video production for this episode.

SEPTEMBER 23, 2019:  You don't have to go it alone. There are companies called Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) that can significantly reduce your cybersecurity risk without costing an arm and a leg. Join Kurt for tips on choosing an MSSP to best support your business. And don't forget The Weekly Fail!

A big that you to David Wren at Network Technology Partners for providing his insight for this episode!

Thanks also to Maryville University for assisting with the video production for this episode.

SEPTEMBER 9, 2019:  Join Kurt for an explanation of what "security" really means to a cybersecurity professional, and learn why they can't do the job without you. And don't forget The Weekly Fail!

And a big thank you to Maryville University for assisting with the video production for this episode.

SEPTEMBER 2, 2019:  Join Kurt for an explanation of Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) and a dive into a recent security compromise affecting Imperva, one of the biggest WAF vendors. And don't forget The Weekly Fail!

And a big thank you to Maryville University for assisting with the video production for this episode.

AUGUST 26, 2019:  Join Kurt for a quick dip into the history of ransomware and a discussion of why it's the method of choice for cyber criminals today. Also, stick around for the first Weekly Fail Award!

A big thank you to Maryville University for assisting with the video production for this episode.

AUGUST 19, 2019:  Join Kurt for an explanation of the BlueKeep and Deja Blue vulnerabilities in Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol. Learn what these vulnerabilities are, what they mean for your business, and how to defend yourself.

A big thank you to Andrew Kerman for assisting with the video production for this episode.

AUGUST 12, 2019:  Join Kurt for a deep dive into the Capital One breach. Learn what mistakes Capital One made in its use of cloud services and how to avoid the same fate.

A big thank you to Joe Rosauer for contributing research to this episode!

For more information, check out these articles from Appsecco and Brian Krebs.

AUGUST 5, 2019: In this episode, Kurt discusses serious new vulnerabilities in VxWorks which affect many of the devices you probably rely on for network security, including SonicWall firewalls and Cisco devices. In addition, these vulnerabilities may affect printers, industrial robots, medical devices, and more.

Learn what the news means and how to protect your business.

A big thank you to Maryville University for assistance with the video production on this episode!

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