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Curated YouTube Channels about CyberSecurity
Videos from Films on Demand database-Lakeland CC login required.
The library subscribes to the database Films on Demand, which offers a variety of educational videos on CyberSecurity topics. You must be logged on to MyLakeland to access these resources. Below are some suggestions to get you started.
Most Dangerous Town on the Internet: Where Cybercrime Goes to Hide
What if there were "countries" the size of the average suburban household? What if they had their own rules, laws, and currencies? What if one of them almost brought the entire Internet to its knees? They’re called data havens, and they are the Switzerlands of the Internet: bunkers, caves, and sea fortresses, offering cybercriminals and freedom fighters alike the privacy to conduct unregulated information exchanges, malware attacks, spam dumps, ransomware breaches, and more
Cyberwar Is More Common than You Think—Bloomberg QuickTakes
Cyberwarfare accomplishes for rival nations what used to require bombs or guns. This Bloomberg QuickTake examines what we know and don't know about countries battling it out in cyberspace.
Zero Days: White Hat and Black Hat Hackers
There is new gold to be found on the internet, and possibly in your own computer. Secret backdoors, that do not have a digital lock yet, are being traded at astronomical amounts. In the cyber world trade, where there are no rules, you are in luck with “white-hat” hackers, who guard your online security. But their opponents, the “black-hat” hackers, have an interest in an unsecure internet, and sell security leaks to the highest bidder.