Episode 28: The C Word…Configuration
What is the key to unlocking your firewall’s best security and performance? It starts with a C. On this episode of Ping: A Firewalls.com Podcast, Kevin & Andrew talk about configurations with Firewalls.com’s own Anthony Mercho. Anthony discusses why it’s best to skip the configuration wizard and why configurations are never one-size-fits-all. Plus, we delve into why you need regular updates and some of the biggest culprits for problems. Oh, and learn who should do your configuration if you want it done right (hint: it’s probably not yourself).
Learn where to get a professional configuration.
In cybersecurity headlines, we talk about a survey showing small business employees don’t trust their bosses on cybersecurity. Then we hear about a former member of Uber’s leadership team facing charges for covering up a hack. And we double down with a story about CEOs of the future may face issues themselves when breaches occur.
Finally, it’s Ransomware Reckoning #2. This time, our other Andrew tells us about an attempted attack on Tesla.
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