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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

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Good morning, everybody Mark here coming to you from the sector conference in Toronto. Sektor actually stands for security education Conference Toronto. And it's very apropos. As this October is national cybersecurity awareness month. Now that means there is actually an official program around National cybersecurity where you're going to see a ton of great content online from out of security Community from vendors from research organizations from Schools and Government programs whole bunch of the hashtag ncasm.

So national cybersecurity awareness month ncasm. Obviously, if you've been to the show for the last little while, you know that this is a topic that I'm really passionate about and I'm really happy to be here at the sectoral honored to be invited to I deliver one of the four primary key notes for the conference.

This week is going to be about I'm security culture so very I know it cyber-security. Where's my covers everything I made talks to of the general population about how to be safe online. So here in Canada. You can check with the government get timer Safe program. It's pretty decent.

You know, there's a lot of good information to some stuff that needs to be updated. I'm going to have to continuing process. At least it's something it's not too bad. You can see information from the i c squared from Sans from Trend Micro. We publish a ton of stuff targeted notches that type of Security Professionals and put on our Internet safety for kids and families.

I block a ton of stuff to all about everybody kind of pitching in to try to raise awareness for issues around digital security and online privacy make one of the defining characteristics one of the defining issues around our communities moving forward because we're doing more and more online portal Serendipity had a phenomenal conversation with a woman on the phone.

On the plane coming down to Toronto yesterday. She's very smart and very wise lawyer in private practice. And then we have one of those things that came up with an interesting intersection when she's not in cybersecurity law and I'm interesting sort of overlap in the professions in the challenges around unintended consequences.

Now, we've built up all this amazing in phenomenal technology lets me do things like record videos and stream the Melt life you guys it lets, you know, people share all the learning from a fantastic conference, but this dangers that we know there are issues. I'm looking further than the latest headlines on here in Canada.

There was another hacking out yesterday on Facebook at the mass of hacking us on Friday and there are major challenges around cybersecurity. There are major challenges around digital privacy, even the concept of privacy him. You can look at that Cory doctorow's phenomenal. I'm serious about things in books examining those issues has things change.

Moving forward I'm so sorry security awareness month. I like because it didn't bring things back to not just Basics but also to the advanced topics. So there's a lot of stuff out there about password safety about information sharing for within the security company does a ton of stuff around and you know, how do we get better? How do we improve education? How do we improve awareness how to be a start build better for building stronger casm on Twitter on LinkedIn on Facebook on a bunch of community blog content this month for my part.

I'll be obviously continue to do my mornings with Mark throughout the month. Like I do all the time that I can I have been under the updating my how to get started in cyber security video. For those of you that are aspiring service professionals possibly running some contact for the Trend Micro blog the blog.

Trimac.com and myself and I see a bunch of my colleagues are are writing articles and we'll be having new content every week. I'm around different topics to align with the big National cybersecurity awareness month, I'm here today and tomorrow if you're here, please hit me up online Mark NCAA come talk to me.

I'm giving the keynote tomorrow at 9 a.m. To I'll be here for a third of the day tomorrow as well. Talk about that. I'm here today. We talked about anyting really cuz that's what I was always have to push out for Lantus have all the content all the videos of a blogs and the really big thing here is to be able to have conversations and because this was a take away from my fantastic session on the plane, I yesterday was that regardless there's only going to be new technology attack.

There's always something new it's a sort of inevitable turning wheel, but what doesn't change that often are the fundamental principles of fundamental principles of fundamental ways of you know, having a how your community functions things like this are pretty steady. So I'm in one of those core. Principles is how we learn from each other and the best way to do that is to engage with each other to a chat to talk at to work through problems to seek out those with more knowledge than you to share your knowledge with those with that have less than me, but everybody has a prospective each of those four sections add to the discussion at habit of value there.

So I'm with that. No, hit me up online at Mark NCAA for those of you on the blogs in the comments and down below or as always at 4 podcast listeners. Everybody else by email me at Mark n. C a i know sometimes I'm slow in responding emails at 4:20.

That is a great problem have because it's just due to the volume of great questions. I'm getting from you folks, but always happy to take the time. I will eventually respond. If not, hit me up again. You know, I YouTube comments are fantastic way to get my attention because their notifications bumper through, but please keep reaching out.

Keep talking to Cherry amongst yourselves. The only way we're going to get better. Have a fantastic day. I hope to see you here at Sektor in Toronto and talk to you online. I'll see you on the show tomorrow. Good morning, everybody Mark here coming to you from the sector conference in Toronto.

Sektor actually stands for security education Conference Toronto. And it's very apropos. As this October is national cybersecurity awareness month. Now that means there is actually an official program around National cybersecurity where you're going to see a ton of great content online from out of security Community from vendors from research organizations from Schools and Government programs whole bunch of the hashtag ncasm.

So national cybersecurity awareness month ncasm. Obviously, if you've been to the show for the last little while, you know that this is a topic that I'm really passionate about and I'm really happy to be here at the sectoral honored to be invited to I deliver one of the four primary key notes for the conference.

This week is going to be about I'm security culture so very I know it cyber-security. Where's my covers everything I made talks to of the general population about how to be safe online. So here in Canada. You can check with the government get timer Safe program. It's pretty decent.

You know, there's a lot of good information to some stuff that needs to be updated. I'm going to have to continuing process. At least it's something it's not too bad. You can see information from the i c squared from Sans from Trend Micro. We publish a ton of stuff targeted notches that type of Security Professionals and put on our Internet safety for kids and families.

I block a ton of stuff to all about everybody kind of pitching in to try to raise awareness for issues around digital security and online privacy make one of the defining characteristics one of the defining issues around our communities moving forward because we're doing more and more online portal Serendipity had a phenomenal conversation with a woman on the phone.

On the plane coming down to Toronto yesterday. She's very smart and very wise lawyer in private practice. And then we have one of those things that came up with an interesting intersection when she's not in cybersecurity law and I'm interesting sort of overlap in the professions in the challenges around unintended consequences.

Now, we've built up all this amazing in phenomenal technology lets me do things like record videos and stream the Melt life you guys it lets, you know, people share all the learning from a fantastic conference, but this dangers that we know there are issues. I'm looking further than the latest headlines on here in Canada.

There was another hacking out yesterday on Facebook at the mass of hacking us on Friday and there are major challenges around cybersecurity. There are major challenges around digital privacy, even the concept of privacy him. You can look at that Cory doctorow's phenomenal. I'm serious about things in books examining those issues has things change.

Moving forward I'm so sorry security awareness month. I like because it didn't bring things back to not just Basics but also to the advanced topics. So there's a lot of stuff out there about password safety about information sharing for within the security company does a ton of stuff around and you know, how do we get better? How do we improve education? How do we improve awareness how to be a start build better for building stronger casm on Twitter on LinkedIn on Facebook on a bunch of community blog content this month for my part.

I'll be obviously continue to do my mornings with Mark throughout the month. Like I do all the time that I can I have been under the updating my how to get started in cyber security video. For those of you that are aspiring service professionals possibly running some contact for the Trend Micro blog the blog.

Trimac.com and myself and I see a bunch of my colleagues are are writing articles and we'll be having new content every week. I'm around different topics to align with the big National cybersecurity awareness month, I'm here today and tomorrow if you're here, please hit me up online Mark NCAA come talk to me.

I'm giving the keynote tomorrow at 9 a.m. To I'll be here for a third of the day tomorrow as well. Talk about that. I'm here today. We talked about anyting really cuz that's what I was always have to push out for Lantus have all the content all the videos of a blogs and the really big thing here is to be able to have conversations and because this was a take away from my fantastic session on the plane, I yesterday was that regardless there's only going to be new technology attack.

There's always something new it's a sort of inevitable turning wheel, but what doesn't change that often are the fundamental principles of fundamental principles of fundamental ways of you know, having a how your community functions things like this are pretty steady. So I'm in one of those core. Principles is how we learn from each other and the best way to do that is to engage with each other to a chat to talk at to work through problems to seek out those with more knowledge than you to share your knowledge with those with that have less than me, but everybody has a prospective each of those four sections add to the discussion at habit of value there.

So I'm with that. No, hit me up online at Mark NCAA for those of you on the blogs in the comments and down below or as always at 4 podcast listeners. Everybody else by email me at Mark n. C a i know sometimes I'm slow in responding emails at 4:20.

That is a great problem have because it's just due to the volume of great questions. I'm getting from you folks, but always happy to take the time. I will eventually respond. If not, hit me up again. You know, I YouTube comments are fantastic way to get my attention because their notifications bumper through, but please keep reaching out.

Keep talking to Cherry amongst yourselves. The only way we're going to get better. Have a fantastic day. I hope to see you here at Sektor in Toronto and talk to you online. I'll see you on the show tomorrow.