25 episodes

Welcome to the Chief of Cybersecurity Podcast hosted by Dewayne Hart where we provide learning and discuss relevant information concerning the cybersecurity workforce, business development, and best practices. You can find more information for SEMAIS at www.semais.net and a list of authored publications at www.dewaynehart.com

Chief of Cybersecurity Dewayne Hart

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Welcome to the Chief of Cybersecurity Podcast hosted by Dewayne Hart where we provide learning and discuss relevant information concerning the cybersecurity workforce, business development, and best practices. You can find more information for SEMAIS at www.semais.net and a list of authored publications at www.dewaynehart.com

    Secret Tips On Addressing The Cybercrime Growth Part 2

    Secret Tips On Addressing The Cybercrime Growth Part 2

    While many online scams have originated out of older schemes, scammers are always finding new ways to play them out. Scammers love to pose as legitimate organizations like banks, hoping to trick you into handing over details, but as we’ve become accustomed to dealing with organizations online, the potential for trickery has grown exponentially.This podcast extends information on cybercrime towards scams, criminals stealing information, and persistent criminals.

    • 28 min
    Secret Tips On Addressing The Cybercrime Growth Part 1

    Secret Tips On Addressing The Cybercrime Growth Part 1

    In the fast-paced, high-stakes world of risk management, keeping informed about recent developments and cutting-edge trends is beyond essential. There are various insights to address cyber security management challenges and to accelerate security programs and infrastructure advances. The end state makes a firm determination whether cybercrime is outperforming cyber protection.This podcast provides insights that reflect the ever-changing aspects of technology and system disruption through cybercrime and examines how human behavior can become solid defensive shields.

    • 27 min
    Online Scams Target Veterans and Active Duty Members

    Online Scams Target Veterans and Active Duty Members

    Online Scams Target Veterans and Active Duty Members
    The U.S. has the most robust and powerful military in the world, and though its fighting men and women can win wars, they often appear defenseless against popular online scams. In the military, you have a young population on the web. Service members are targeted by websites that claim to offer special military discounts on everything from cars to apartments for rent.
    But the low-priced car never arrives, and the easy-to-find apartment they rented is already occupied. This podcast will focus on safety measures and protection standards for military personnel.

    • 38 min
    How to Protect Your Church From Hackers & Cyber Attacks

    How to Protect Your Church From Hackers & Cyber Attacks

    With so many important concerns occupying the time of church leaders, issues related to church computers can quickly become vulnerable. Cyber threats pose significant challenges for churches and other organizations. Any church that uses computer systems to conduct business operations should consider managing cyber risks. These attacks could create risks that mostchurches are unprepared to confront.
    Some incidents may lead to temporary frustration, such as its website availability. The most serious could cause a data breach for employees and members. Identity theft, disclosure of personal information like medical records, and simple embarrassment are all potential problems that can result from a cyber attack. A church can have legal obligations to keep some information confidential, which may not be excused in a cyberattack.
    This podcast will discuss why churches should raise safeguards due to the elevated criminal activity against their members and employees.

    • 36 min
    Secret Tips to Keep Your Cryptocurrency Safe From Cybercrime

    Secret Tips to Keep Your Cryptocurrency Safe From Cybercrime

    Bitcoin and other types of cryptocurrencies have exploded onto the market in recent years, and based on virtual currency's popularity, it seems to be here to stay. Cryptocurrencies are digital or virtual currencies secured by cryptography, with many using decentralized networks based on blockchain technology – an open, distributed ledger that records transactions in code. Crypto is stored in a digital "wallet" on a website, computer, or an external hard drive. To put it simply, Investopedia defines cryptocurrencies as systems that allow for secure online payments denominated in virtual "tokens."
    The first cryptocurrency launched a little over a decade ago, was created by Satoshi Nakamoto, who described it as "an electronic payment system based on cryptographic proof instead of trust." Other common types of cryptocurrency include Litecoin, Namecoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and others. In March 2021, there were reportedly over 18.6 million bitcoins in circulation, with a total market cap of around $927 billion.
    Technology has made almost every aspect of our lives – and the lives of criminals – easier. The blockchain has fostered an ecosystem in which illicit actors can efficiently operate anonymously and internationally, stalling financial investigations and setting the stage for increased crypto crime. BitCoin has been excellent and volatile when investing, but deeper concerns, such as ransomware and financial fraud, are lurking beneath your bank account. Do you feel rich? This podcast will reveal SECRET tips to keep your cryptocurrency safe from cybercrime. By following these tips, you'll be able to keep your coins safe from hackers and thieves.

    • 30 min
    How To Transition Cybersecurity Awareness Month Into A Common Practice

    How To Transition Cybersecurity Awareness Month Into A Common Practice

    Since 2004, the President of the United States and Congress have declared October to be Cybersecurity Awareness Month, helping individuals protect themselves online as threats to technology and confidential data become more commonplace.
    The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCA) lead a collaborative effort between government and industry to raise cybersecurity awareness nationally and internationally. 
    Although it's done in October, there is a need to extend and continually practice cyber safety. This interview session brings into attention on why cyber awareness is important and how to extend learning outside of October.

    • 31 min

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