Jun 1st, 2020
On today's show, we're fortunate to have two amazing thought leaders who will share their experiences and perspectives on one of the most insidious, dangerous and destructive cyber crimes that continue to haunt EVERY person who is online, from birth to death...
Adam Levin is the Chairman and Founder of Cyber Scout and co-founded Credit.com. A global industry leader in identity theft resolution and education, identity management and data breach response, CyberScout has a client base of more than 700 institutions and 800,000 small businesses. More than 45 million people participate in one or more of its resolution, life stage management or breach response programs.
On an enrollment basis, Cyber Scout is the identity theft service provider to over 10 percent of the households in the United States. Over 45 million people participate in one or more of its resolution, life stage management or breach response programs.
Bob Sullivan is a veteran journalist and the author of five books, including New York Times Best-Sellers, Gotcha Capitalism and Stop Getting Ripped Off! He has won the Society of Professional Journalists Public Service Award, a Peabody award, and the Consumer Federation of America Betty Furness Consumer Media Service Award.
He spent nearly two decades working at MSNBC.com and NBC News, and he still appears on TODAY, NBC Nightly News, and CNBC. He’s now a syndicated columnist and frequent TV guest. He is also co-host of the podcast / audio documentary “Breach“, which examines history’s biggest hacking stories, and co-host of the weekly podcast “So, Bob,” which tackles stories about the unintended consequences of technology.
His newest book, The Barstool MBA: Why Running a Bar Beats Running to Business School, was published in July 2019.