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Don't Get Hacked! 

A Podcast about Cyber Security, Information Protection and Online Accountability

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About the Host

Matthew Williams

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Matthew Williams is the President and CEO of Blackbird Cyber Security Solutions, LLC. Matthew has been in the IT industry for 20 years and enjoys helping people to understand a constantly-changing industry. 

For a few years, Matthew has been a fan of Podcasts, especially those that present information in a funny way, so after noticing that technology-related podcasts seemed to only market to geeks, he started Don't Get Hacked! 

June 19, 2018

Spoiler Alert - NO! In Today's episode, Matt discusses what GDPR is on a VERY low level and why it is in our Government's best interest NOT to take a cue from the European Union and try to protect our privacy from the hands that feed...

June 14, 2018

VPNFilter is in the news as one of the largest vulnerabilities in the recent months. While the list of effected devices has changed, the message is still the same. Matt talks about how to make sure that your home devices are safe and...

June 13, 2018

 Breach that made national news this week was MyHeritage, a DNA testing website who had their login credentials compromised. Matt gives them a small pass and discusses what you are actually sending to these sites and why it may be a b...

June 12, 2018

"Malichi - He want's you too Malichi" - still one of the creepiest voices I remember as a child that haunts me today. Today's HOTW is the lovable Cloudpets which have FINALLY been pulled off the Market (Amazon, Target, Walmart, Ebay).


June 11, 2018

Today we discuss a win for Privacy thanks to our friends at Apple. During their WWDC, Apple introduced their attempt at stopping sharing across multiple systems in order to put your privacy back in your own hands for 1/2 of the smart...

This weeks "Hack of the Week" is the Coca-Cola Companies and their SECOND data breach of PII (Personally Identifiable Information) in 3 years.

This time is only includes 8000 employees at a subsidiary whose PII walked away on an extern...

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