The CEO’s Guide to Cyber Security

Podcast one – Passwords and The danger of 12 year olds!

Quality.The first in a long series of podcast based on improving business cyber security from the top down.

In this episode –

  • Passwords the bane of our digital existence, but how can you implement complex passwords without having a business meltdown.
  • Why the most dangerous person on the planet is a bored 12 year old with a computer and an internet connection

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Info-graphic for creating complex passwords
Info-graphic on what happens if some cracks your email account
 

Podcast Two – PII and awareness

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  • Personal Identifiable Information – why it needs to be secure.   Large organisations and global enterprises seem to have a major problem with protecting other peoples information.  This Personal Identifiable Information (PII) is my information, my email address, my address, my middle name, the digital information that defines us all.   Why does your organisation need to keep other peoples PII?
  • Cyber Security Awareness – When it comes to Cyber Security, the old adage of give a man a fish and teaching him to fish comes to mind.   Technology is just giving us the fish, it solves the short term problems, whereas education and increased awareness is fishing and will protect us through all of those changes that are on the horizon.

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Show notes

 Cyber Security Awareness Posters
Cyber Security Awareness Course (Coupon for 50% discount = POD-555)
 

Podcast 3 – All things DR

 In this Episode –

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  • Data protection is critical to all businesses, it is the main reason that you are in business, it is the intellectual property of the business and on top of all that if the computer systems are not available then you have some serious problems with keeping your staff not only amused but also doing what they are suppose to do.

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Show Notes:

DR Plan in a Box

Podcast 4 – Risk management

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  • A look at risk management and why it has to be the first step in making cyber security understandable.  We also talk to Ian Bowyer, the risk manager for Queensland Rail

 

 

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Podcast 5 – The cloud and why it is only a small part of your ICT Strategy

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In this episode –

  • we look at moving to the cloud and how the cloud is only a small part of protecting your business information.

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Podcast 6 – Cyber Resilience

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In this episode –

  • What is cyber resilience and how can I build it into my organisation

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Roger Smith, is an educator. Teaching students at ADFA (UNSW) and showing them how vulnerable they are to cybercrime.

He is also CEO at R & I ICT Consulting Services Pty Ltd, an Amazon #1 author on Cybercrime and founder of the SME Security Framework. He is a Consultant who specialises in inexpensive and highly effective security strategies for small and medium businesses and not for profit organisations.

He has developed and authored the SME Security Framework and the Security Policy Training Course which are considered to be the definitive guides to helping SME's protect their organisation using the principles of Technology, Management, Adaptability and Compliance.

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