Jeremy Samide – Le Club B

Featuring Jeremy Samide

Jeremy Samide, CEO of Stealthcare talks about the avoiding risks in cybersecurity. From the SWIFT network to Wikileaks, Jeremy tells us what common threats to be aware of when it comes to online security.

Published on
4 August, 2016
Topic
Technology
Duration
21 minutes
Rating
94

Comments

  • DJ

    D J.

    17 8 2016 03:23

    1       0

    "Not everything you read on the internet is true" you don't say? Expected information that does not date back to 2001

  • DH

    Don H.

    11 8 2016 15:11

    1       0

    This interview points out a real problem but if other viewers are like me, actionable ideas are another big reason I subscribe and this was missing.

  • DC

    Dave C.

    9 8 2016 23:12

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    Agree with the previous comments regarding the depth of this interview. I read an interesting research piece from Merrill Lynch - You’ve Been Hacked! – Global Cybersecurity
    Primer. Highly recommended. Those not versed in the use of google may look here http://tinyurl.com/gpxlpee

  • HY

    Hiroyuki Y.

    9 8 2016 15:03

    1       0

    Jeremy didn't say very much that I didn't already know.

  • FM

    Fraser M.

    7 8 2016 18:35

    2       0

    I agree this was too basic - to compensate view at 1.5x speed.

  • CL

    Chewy L.

    7 8 2016 10:46

    4       0

    Agree with majority of comments in that it is way too elementary. Would like to see how viewers can take steps to prevent security breaches

  • BC

    Ben C.

    6 8 2016 17:23

    6       0

    I loved the idea of this interview, but really didn't feel like I learned anything important. Please provide more details about how cyber attacks are carried out, and best practices for me to prevent (and detect) them.

  • WM

    Will M.

    6 8 2016 15:20

    3       0

    Basic intro to the problem. There is already lots of stuff on the net on this. The question is, can RVTV tailor this segment to go one step deeper for viewers that is focussed on investments and use of computers by investors.

  • AD

    Andy D.

    5 8 2016 14:44

    6       0

    Oh come on, way too elementary!

  • TB

    Tyler B.

    5 8 2016 05:48

    3       0

    I hope this is the beginning of many (i realize there are a couple earlier). Cyber security sector seems set to take off and be a major topic. Should maybe have it's own section on RV!

  • AC

    Andrew C.

    5 8 2016 02:30

    2       0

    Thanks.
    Very Elementary.
    I'm gunna show my kids.
    Along with Don Yaegers interview

  • JS

    John S.

    5 8 2016 02:12

    8       0

    Agree with others that this was far to basic. Please arrange a deeper dive into this important subject

  • WB

    William B.

    5 8 2016 00:50

    4       0

    The discussion seemed too elementary.

  • dw

    darcy w.

    4 8 2016 21:09

    7       0

    Good subject matter, but a tad simple for most of RV's audience IMO...

  • tW

    tgwtom W.

    4 8 2016 17:09

    1       0

    Think you were hacked. This was for H.C. eyes only.

  • DS

    David S.

    4 8 2016 16:25

    16       1

    Important interview especially for those who did not grow up with the internet . I am so old I remember when the phone answering machine became popular. My boss and I agreed that we should not leave any message on an answering machine that we would not want published in the news paper. This is even more important now with emails. Before you send, ask yourself if you would like to see this email published under your name.