Cybercrime Radio. PHOTO: Cybercrime Magazine.

If You Think That Cyber Isn’t Found On The Radio

A new listening experience for the cybersecurity community

Amanda Glassner

Northport, N.Y. – May 24, 2021

Keep an ear out for Cybercrime Magazine’s newest launch: Cybercrime Radio.

Hitting the airwaves this summer, Cybercrime Radio is a 7x24x365 Internet radio station featuring news and interviews with the most interesting guests in cybersecurity — CISOs (chief information security officers), cyber risk leaders, cybersecurity experts, ex-criminals, victims, and celebrities included.

“Cybersecurity is big, and the industry is growing very quickly,” says Steve Morgan, founder and editor-in-chief at Cybercrime Magazine, reflecting on how he got the idea for an Internet radio station.

“We all get content fatigue at one point,” adds Morgan. “Choosing what to read, watch and listen to, it can be a part-time job. Radio doesn’t replace any of our content, but it’s a medium our audience will benefit greatly from. They can just turn it on and get a continuous stream of cyber from a trusted source.”

Cybercrime Radio: Internet Station Coming This Summer

Steve Morgan, Executive Producer of Cybercrime Radio

Cybercrime Radio’s official sponsor is Deloitte Cyber.

“Deloitte Cyber is a worldwide leader in cybersecurity consulting, empowering clients with understanding and trust for a cyber-powered future,” says Emily Mossburg, global cyber leader at Deloitte, in the first promo for Cybercrime Radio.

Mossburg — a cybersecurity expert with almost two decades of experience at Deloitte alone — is featured in the book, “Women Know Cyber: 100 Fascinating Females Fighting Cybercrime.” With good reason, she’s just as excited about Cybercrime Radio as we are.  And you should be, too.

We’ll be introducing plenty of new, exclusive radio content, as well as re-airing some of our most popular podcast programs.

Cybercrime Radio airs from Cybercrime Studios in historic Northport, N.Y., formerly home to Jack Kerouac — author of the famous novel, “On The Road.” The small seaside village has been the backdrop for big-screen motion pictures, indie films, and TV shows.

Stay tuned for this summer’s launch at Cybercrime.Radio.

If you have an idea for a talk show or series, don’t hesitate to reach out! Who knows, we just might be interested.

Amanda Glassner is a staff writer and reporter at Cybercrime Magazine.

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