No business is too small to be hacked! This week, Jaco Voigt discusses the business imperative – AI’s role in cyber security and the benefits of AI supplementing repeatable actions to help identify vulnerabilities. Social engineering, phishing, vulnerability scans, penetration testing, multi-factor authentication. If any of these words don't mean something to you in your business, take the time to listen to this podcast, as we establish that the two layer approach of firewalls and antivirus is insufficient to protect your business. Brought to you by Catalytic.

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18.10.21 Pt 1 - A cyber-nonchalant Leigh-Ann may be a thing of the past, thanks to a personal hacking incident costing tens of thousands of pounds. Dr Hanan Bushkin then joins the team to talk about the importance of creating a system with your children that rewards good behaviour and punishes bad behaviour.

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19.02.21 Pt 1 - Are we throwing around the term ‘hate speech’ too loosely? A new dating app promises to link younger women with older men… hmm. “It’s a bit of a grey area” seems to be Damon’s phrase of the day. Oh no, our Facebook page has been hacked!

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20.10.20 Pt 2 - Siya is shaken by a discovery about a classic 1980s singer. Digital trails can sabotage the best intentions of ethical hackers, but they also help to catch the thieves. Agrizzi seems to have come down with a case of the (Schabir) ‘Shaiks’. How would you fake your own death? And this week’s Blind History takes a look at one of the most evil men who ever lived.

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