See the Smack the Hacker You Tube channel for non-technical, in depth briefings that will help you cut through the complexity and follow a step-by-step process. Identifies specific resources and provides a comprehensive overview of how to improve or initiate a cybersecurity program. This program is ideal for people from admin, accounting, HR and management who work with IT, but do not have a background in computer science.

Topics Covered:

•    Step-by-step personal and enterprise privacy protection and computer safety

•    Threat landscape, attacker trends, social engineering, hacking and malware

•    Basic and advanced defense techniques


Essential Cyber Security Slide Show

Cyber Security slide show script

Cybersecurity non-technical
1. HACKING THE HACKER: Learn from the Experts Who Take Down Hackers, Roger Grimes https://amzn.to/2VIoxzm Really enjoyed this book. Doesn’t hold back on providing relevant non-technical details and links to resources.

2. FIRE DOESN’T INNOVATE: The Executive’s Practical Guide to Thriving in the Face of Evolving Cyber Risks, Kip Boyle. https://amzn.to/2HoHJtb The first half of this book is easy reading for anyone interested in cyber security and how we got where we are today. Author got into Cyber Security while in the Air Force and was put in charge of security for the F-22 fighter, sometimes known as the flying computer,

3. TRIBE of HACKERS: Cybersecurity Advice from the Best Hackers in the World. https://amzn.to/2EcZREo This is a series of interviews with approximately 70 cybersecurity professionals including the questions what's your favorite movie and book. There were several movies mentioned, but almost everyone named "The Cuckoo's Egg" as their favorite book.

4. "The CUCKOO’S EGG"  Like it a lot! A nerdy whodunit. I couldn't put it down. I became aware of it from reading "Tribe of Hackers," in which 70 or so CyS experts are asked a series of questions, including what’s your favorite book. Almost all of them named "The CUCKOO’S EGG"