Episode 7

Backups 101 (Cybersecurity Essentials #3)

Backups 101

Cybersecurity Essentials #3

We start this episode with two stories.

  • How was my old Gmail address found in website's data breach when I never had an account there?
  • A growing small business was horribly hurt because the cybersecurity essentials were not in place. Still, backups partially saved the day.

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Personal Cybersecurity Foundations opens October 8th. You know that your email addresses and passwords have been stolen in data breaches. Are you using a password manager and two-factor authentication on a daily basis? If not, I'll walk you through choosing, installing, and using both through live and recorded sessions and step-by-step instructions.

See how to work around any challenges you might face. Ask me questions online or schedule an included one-on-one session with me!



Backup Hard Drives

  • Backup your Windows computer using this hard drive and the included software - WD 4TB My Passport Portable External Hard Drive, Black - WDBPKJ0040BBK-WESN - https://amzn.to/2GjurQQ
  • Backup your macOS computer using this hard drive and your Mac's built-in TimeMachine software - WD 5TB My Passport for Mac Portable External Hard Drive - Blue, USB-C/USB-A - WDBA2F0050BBL-WESN - https://amzn.to/3jtTq2j

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Jeffrey Kaye

Jeffrey Kaye founded monozukuri technology after three decades of building, managing, and supporting business networks. Over the years Jeffrey has worked in many areas of tech including security, privacy, compliance, open-source intelligence, and providing security awareness training. Jeffrey is a regularly invited speaker at conferences, round tables, and other events. In demand as an educator and consultant, he loves to make technology more usable and humane.