What the Hack with Adam Levin
With Adam Levin
ABOUT THE HOST
Adam K. Levin is a nationally recognized expert on cybersecurity, privacy, identity theft, fraud, and personal finance and has distinguished himself as a fierce consumer advocate for the past 50 years.
Former Director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, Levin is the founder of CyberScout and co-founder of Credit.com. He is author of the critically acclaimed book, Swiped: How to Protect Yourself in a World Full of Scammers, Phishers, and Identity Thieves.
Beau Friedlander is an award winning publisher, writer and podcast guy who’s been writing about cybercrime and scams with his co-host Adam for more than ten years. His own work as a writer has appeared in the New York Times, Time Magazine, NBC News, Harpers Magazine and many other publications. He co-wrote Swiped.
Travis Taylor runs the AdamLevin.com website and is a cybersecurity expert who has been a trusty cyber sherpa for Adam and Beau for several years.
About the Show
Ever click a link and think… “Uh oh!”
“What the Hack” is a new podcast that makes getting scammed, hacked, phished or cyber bushwhacked seem a little less terrifying. You might even have fun. It’s one part true crime whodunnit (or what happened) and one part how to fix it.
Every week the “What the Hack” crew talks to fascinating people about some of the most terrifying (or annoying, embarrassing, infuriating) things that ever happened to them in cyberspace. “What the Hack” tells you what happened, what you can do next and how to keep whatever it was from happening again.
Adam Levin is the former Director of Consumer Affairs for the State of New Jersey, serial entrepreneur and author of Swiped, which he wrote with his sidekick, writer and cyber mensch, Beau Friedlander. With expert commentary from Travis “Here’s What Actually Happened” Taylor, the show gets everything sorted out—or not—but either way you’re going to have a great time. Something weird happen to you? We’ve got your back.
Available wherever you get your podcasts.