So, I'm an old guy who's not IT but have worked with IT throughout my business career. Spreadsheets. Word Processing. And client database stuff in the very beginning. Then I toted around the early lunch pail 'transportable' computers. Moved up as the tech moved up. And now my every waking moment (and some besides) are all determined or dependent in one way or another vis a vis the internet. I'm no more a geek than the next guy. But since about a year, ago, I listen every week to you guys via podcast. Maybe two or three times while working out or on the weekend while puttering around the house. I'm just learning is all. Trying to figure out all this cyber. Beyond the 400lb 10yo our blunderingly enlightened supreme leader is convinced represents the extent of the current threat. I've begun drilling down on your show notes trying to get the big picture stuff in mind. Steve, your PHP malware description was wonderful. I get it. I can't code it. Heck, I can't code. But as my business executive training has taught me, the details are for the skilled pro's. That's why they get paid the big bucks. My objective is to see the broader surface. While I often must listen really hard and be persistent in the shownote reviews and admit missing a lot of what you're teaching, I'm absorbing massive insight and I'd 100% endorse listening to your show to any business exec whose business is impacted by IT tech (i.e., every warm-bodied c-suite occupier drawing breath). Keep up the good work, please!