Laura Ingarham hosted Sam Clines of Norse Corporation.
Glines said we are very vulnerable of getting hacked via a wide range of devices as tech has raced ahead of security. He noted that data on devices can allow criminals to spy on people and leverage their data to steal credit card and other info. They can take control of devices. He said there are sophisticated programs that allow criminals to find devices that are wide open and to install malware that spreads into all sorts of home devices.
Glines of Norse said his technology goes behind enemy lines as our troops do in enemy areas. They detect and prevent entry of bad actors. He advises changing default passwords on wireless routers. He recommended Chrome as a safer browser to use. He advised being careful clicking on links which allow malware to be installed. Anti-Malware is recommended as well as Anti-Viking. He said there are large numbers of attacks from the US, Eastern Europe.