Thank you Franchise Euphoria!

Thank you Josh Brown and all the people at Franchise Euphoria for hosting me as a guest on your PODCast.  I really enjoyed our chat and appreciate your passion for helping the Franchise and Small Business Owner address their liabilities head on.

Here is the link to the Show.

Here are the show notes:

Key Takeaways:

[1:41] Josh has been a victim of cyber fraud.

[2:32] Adam has been involved in starting fourteen companies.

[3:55] How did Adam become involved in cybersecurity?

[5:15] Business owners naively assume that they won’t be affected by cybercrime.

[7:50] What are the main cybersecurity threats that business owners should be on the lookout for?

[9:59] What should business owners look for in a cybersecurity insurance policy?

[16:11] The impact of a single cybercrime can be huge.

[17:42] Adam is offering a free, online self assessment for Franchise Euphoria listeners at

[19:22] Most cyber attacks happen to small businesses.

[23:11] Who is the Shadow Broker?

[24:45] To learn more, please visit.

[26:05] Thanks again for listening, and please, reach out to Josh anytime through email at If you enjoyed this interview, please leave us a review on iTunes.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Palmetto Security Group

Small Business Cyber Security: Your Customers Can Trust You…Right?, by Adam Anderson and Tom Gilkeson

Cyber Crime Isn’t About Computers, It’s About Behavior,” Ted Talk by Adam Anderson

Adam Anderson

Adam Anderson is the author of Built to Survive: A Business Person's Guide on How to Recover and Thrive After a Cyber Attack. Adam’s 15 years of entrepreneurial startup experience and his knowledge Enterprise Cyber Defense gives him a window into what’s wrong with communication between large and small companies. He combined this knowledge and the good works from the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Cyber Security Framework to co-author the book “Small Business Cyber Security”. This book was later turned into an online class by Clemson University. Adam has been active in peer advisory boards for small business CEOs. He took this experience and co-founded a peer advisory board for Chief Security Officers of fortune 500 companies. This mix of small and large businesses has positioned Adam as one of the few people in the world to understand the complete supply chain of cyber security.
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