We did it! We made it to the end of season 1 of The Tea on Cybersecurity.
So we’ve spilled the tea on a lot of cybersecurity in Season 1, but now it’s time for some mega receipts. Podcast host, Jara Rowe, breaks down what past guests have shared with listeners that are essential to keep in mind - what cybersecurity truly means, why it’s important, how it should be implemented, and when you should take it seriously. Listen in as she shares the top key takeaways that all of us need to know in order to be as safe as possible with our technology.
What you’ll learn in this episode:
- When you ignore a cyber problem because you don’t understand it, it can become a very costly mistake. Rob Beeler says it’s critical for us to continually educate ourselves in the cybersecurity space to avoid these mishaps.
- What is the asset that we're really trying to protect with cybersecurity? It's not the cyber device, it's not the laptop, it's not the phone. It's the data that one can get to through those things.
- Cybersecurity can make or break your company. Jake Miller says it should be about more than just your product. It should be about your organization as a whole because it affects everything. Develop a roadmap!
- Cybersecurity is important for a business, but no matter how much you prepare, there are mistakes that can be made. So how can a business overcome this? Cyber insurance.
Things to listen for:
[01:27] How to avoid the costly mistake of cybersecurity mishaps
[02:28] An explanation, in detail, of what cybersecurity is
[04:45] Why cybersecurity is important
[05:46] Cybersecurity in the business realm and why it’s essential
[07:03] Cybersecurity can boost your B2B company’s competitive edge
[08:13] The importance of cyber insurance and what it entails of
[09:34] How to keep ourselves as secure as possible
[11:56] Who’s at fault when a cybersecurity attack happens
[12:52] Watering Hole cyber attacks
[15:59] The importance of passwords for cybersecurity
[17:46] Breaking down what SOC 2 is
[19:00] When the right time is to start your cybersecurity program