Cyberthreats are increasing in force each and every day, and it’s in your best interest to have a comprehensive security in place.
One way to stay on top of cyberthreat information is by listening to cybersecurity podcasts. Today, there are quite a few stations where you can listen to what’s being said, but you’ll also need to discern which ones are truly worth listening to.
CyberCure, a website that provides free to use cyber intelligence feeds, is one of the most reliable sites around. Bi-weekly intelligence reports in the form of podcasts cover everything cyberthreat, from the latest attacks to how one can protect themselves and their companies from it.
Podcasts have become the go-to medium for experts from across the globe. Mr. Roy Heller Sales and Marketing Director at Nucleon Ltd a leading startup providing cyber threat intelligence and services to governments and organisations around the world said that: “Cyber Cure give organisations the ability to implement basic cyber threat intelligence cost effective way and simple process.”
Busy individuals will find it easy to incorporate listening to what’s happening around the world in terms of cyber intelligence and emerging threats. The podcasts are about 5 minutes in length, enough to keep you interested and informed. Cyber threat amateurs will find the audio content quite easy to absorb and apply. The podcasts can be found straight at the Cyber Cure website or thru popular audio platform SoundCloud. Soon, the highly informative content will be made available on iTunes and Google Play.
The podcasts are free to download and free to listen to. You can download the latest releases and educate yourself on happenings while you’re on commute, while on your lunch break or doing office tasks. You can share it with friends or discuss the content with fellow cybersecurity personnel.
CyberCure podcasts cover headline news regarding cyber threats, interviews with IT and information security experts, discussions on pretext and penetration tactics, the latest trends in business an enterprise security, and more.