where YouTube comes in, with plenty of cybersecurity-related content. But what are the best channels to follow? Here are our top picks, in no particular order.
If you prefer entertaining, digestible content, you should consider subscribing to Chuck Keith’s YouTube channel, NetworkChuck. Keith has a knack for breaking down complex topics and explaining them in a way that even complete novices understand.
3. The PC Security Channel
The PC Security Channel (TPSC) has released hundreds of informative and educational videos since 2011. It’s one of the best channels around if you’re someone who wants to learn more about protecting themselves online, but even if you’re well-versed in cybersecurity, you’ll find a lot of their videos compelling.
TPSC creates content on malware, scams, and other cyber threats. The channel also uploads how-to videos, as well as reviews, so it can be a great resource if you’re looking for software recommendations.
What TPSC does really well is product testing videos. They often pit popular anti-malware solutions against ransomware and similar threats to see how they perform. These videos can be very insightful, even entertaining, especially if you want to see how different security software handles real-world threats. And don’t let the name confuse you, TPSC covers mobile security too.