The Cybersecurity Sound Studio
Webroot podcasts explore the hottest topics in cybersecurity. If businesses and IT professionals need to know about it to stay one step ahead of the latest threats, we're discussing it on one of our podcast episodes.
A mini podcast series
Webroot returns with another podcast series, this time exploring how MSPs can mitigate risks and boost cyber defenses within their own businesses. ChannelE2E and MSSP Alert editor Joe Panettieri is joined by Webroot experts for a miniseries that looks at the trends and threats facing today’s MSPs.
Why Hackers Hack: The Profile
Hackers’ motivations range from ethical to extremely destructive. While white hat hackers test and assess systems, black hats pose a huge threat to businesses. Joe and Security Analyst Tyler Moffitt discuss the differences and what they mean to you.
Why Hackers Hack: The Hoodie
Tyler Moffitt, Security Analyst, joins host Joe Panettieri to examine the hacker type they call “the Hoodie”. They discuss what defines this type of hacker, who the Hoodie targets, what he really wants, and how businesses can better protect themselves.
A mini podcast series
In this special, Webroot podcast series we offer a behind-the-scenes look at the shadowy world of cybercrime from those battling it on the frontlines. Featuring ChannelE2E co-founder and host Joe Panettieri, alongside guest experts from around the industry, discussions delve into the most pressing issues in cybersecurity with those who know them best.
Quantum Computing and Security
While quantum computing has numerous positive implications, some critics worry hackers will leverage this technology for nefarious purposes. Host Joe sits down with Grayson Milbourne, Security Intelligence Director, to get a cybersecurity experts’ perspective.
Biometric Data – Managing Risks
From fingerprints to facial recognition, biometrics aren’t just for sci-fi anymore. But as these technologies grow in prevalence, so do related cyber risks. Host Joe talks with Kelvin Murray, Sr. Threat Research Analyst, about the benefits vs. security risks biometrics present.
Introducing the Malware Manifesto
Can't get enough malware? The Malware Manifesto is a database of major known threats as seen by Webroot and other security channels. Join today to chat about developments in cybersecurity and find helpful resources on trending topics.