Our 60 Second Security videos are back!
In the last series, we produced episodes every two weeks; this time, we're hoping to publish a weekly roundup that's quick, fun and useful.
There is a serious side to these videos: we want to give you punchy computer security anecdotes to use in your own "elevator advocacy."
You probably know the feeling.
You get in the lift, sorry, elevator, with someone who's just had a run-in with IT over a security principle that you think is obvious, but they think is tiresome.
"Who cares about Windows updates? Why do I have to change my password? What's the big deal about privacy? Who's going to hack little old me?"
60 Second Security helps you fire back friendly answers to all those questions, long before you get to Level 11.
Here you go: watch the latest security news in just 60 seconds.
In this episode:
- UK small businesses need to work on patching.
- Yahoo Japan got hacked, or so it thinks.
- Congress says "please explain" to Google Glass.
- DDoS merchant says even the FBI love him, really.
(If you enjoyed this video, you'll find plenty more on the SophosLabs YouTube channel.)