In this week’s episode, the Cyber24's expert panel takes a look at a new type of hack that hacks the sound of your fingers as they type. They also look into a recent report showing how your mood can make you more or less susceptible to hackers trying to trick you into giving them sensitive data.
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One thing you should never underestimate? The astounding creativity of cybercriminals. As security services and our overall cybersecurity posture continue to improve, the bad guys need to come up with more and more innovative ways to get access to the data they want.
In this week’s episode of CYBER24, we take a look at a new type of hack that hacks the sound of your fingers as they type. We also take a look at a recent report showing how your mood can make you more or less susceptible to hackers trying to trick you into giving them sensitive data.
Dan Schuyler, VLCM
Phillip Kemp, VLCM
Anthony Booyse, Sophos
Matt Sorensen, Secuvant
Articles reference in this episode
Why checking your email in a bad mood could make you less susceptible to scams — CNBC
A scary new hack created by researchers can accurately guess your password by listening to the sound of your fingers tapping the phone screen
CYBER24 is a podcast and website designed to bridge the knowledge gap between cybersecurity experts, business leaders and policy makers. We talk with experts who share their knowledge in an easily understandable formate designed to arm public and private sector leaders with the information they need to protect their organizations. Cyber24 is produced in Salt Lake City, Utah.