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Season 3, Episode 10

February 16th, 2022

This week, we are talking about getting hacked, as Tim Sadler is joined by Scott Schober, cybersecurity expert and CEO of wireless security tech firm, BVS.

When Scott’s small business got hacked for the second time, he knew he had to share his experience with other business owners to help them understand the threat landscape they are operating in.

On the show, he talks openly about how his corporate checking account was hacked, the motives behind hacks, and the shady art of social engineering, whereby cybercriminals trawl through social media to find information about their targets. And he provides advice to other businesses on how to protect themselves and how to recover when something goes wrong.

If you’d like a copy of Scott’s book, you can get one here.