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Based on over 25 years of guiding practices to a greater understanding in their financial organization and business flow, Susan Gunn brings a voice of wisdom to the confusion. She is known for being energetic, laughs a lot, and a gives honest, sometimes direct, but always practical advice.

Mar 10, 2022

Following up on securing our work internet from cyber attacks, the fundamentals of protecting your home against cyber attacks are within your grasp and should be fully implemented. 

If you have not ensured that your home internet is secured, you will definitely want to listen as Cyber Security Expert Debi Carr joins Susan and Janice at the table to discuss what really needs to be done to protect your privacy from intrusion.

Episode Highlights

  • How a firewall protects your home, as well as your business
  • How a VPN can protect your phone and home computers
  • How a GOOD antivirus can protect your computers
  • How to lock your credit bureau and your property titles
  • The importance of backups


"Every home needs a firewall and it can be purchased for around $200 on Amazon or Best Buy.”

“A firewall controls who is coming in and what is going out.”

“The firewall can create segments to separate devices, in the case of an intrusion.”

“The firewall can be monitored and can send alerts as to who is doing what.”

“Messages received that have a link to click on should NOT be clicked on.”

“Do not use Windows Remote Desktop to remote into your computer.”

“It all goes back to the layers of internet security in your home and the culture of security that you are creating with your family.”

“There has been an uptick of identity theft in the past two years.”

“The only one that is going to protect our identity is ourselves.”

“Always do your Windows updates.”

“A Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip (that sits on the MotherBoard) which allows you to encrypt your computer at the end point. If the threat factor does get in, then the data is unreadable outside the computer itself.”

“Watch what you are posting on Social Media.”

Links & Resources 

Debi Carr’s Website: 

DK Carr & Associates Phone:  (844) 352-2771

Janice Janssen’s Website: (sign up for the newsletter)

GTS Phone:  844-664-4487

Susan’s Website:  (sign up for the newsletter)

SGS Phone:  888-994-3167

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