5 Cybersecurity pages you should be following on Facebook 

Facebook has made itself an authority on everything, from pages to support groups to reviews, it’s not just a network, it’s an info-hub, somewhat like a search engine. 

If it exists as a source of information, it’s probably somewhere on Facebook.  

Many highly intelligent and influential cyber tech enthusiasts and experts regularly publish on Facebook pages, either personal or company pages. 

Facebook is shaping itself to be a go-to learning destination for current cybersecurity issues and trends. 

Here are the top 5 accounts to follow on Facebook:

5 Cybersecurity accounts you should be following on LinkedIn  

The network completely changed when they introduced content a year ago. That’s when you could start broadcasting long posts to your network of connections and the world at large. It’s become a really great go-to learning destination for current cybersecurity issues and trends. 

Here are the top 5 accounts to follow on LinkedIn if you want to absorb more about cybersecurity:

1. James Azar

Hackers Trapped In VR

Hackers can easily outsmart firewalls, as we’ve seen in multiple cyber-attacks of 2018. AI was the next phase, where companies thought that if only machines would learn the environment, they would respond to threats tremendously better than humans ever could.

While several startups are developing better AI technologies, there is one outsider company that is putting firewalls down and is coming out in the open to fight hackers. 

Illusive Networks

A new Israeli startup is using VR (virtual reality) to protect against cyber threats.

6 Bad Ass Cybersecurity podcast’s to watch in 2019

Cybersecurity and Information Security podcasts haven’t exactly been a driving force in the surge of popularity in podcasts. For the amateur or the expert, cybersecurity podcasts can provide great value. It’s a special niche that’s being executed by international experts, in the know enthusiasts, real world executors and security providers.

Here’s our list in no particular order of the cybersecurity and InfoSec podcasts to watch in 2019

1. CyberHub Engage