In this week’s FAST FORWARD, FOX Business Network’s Jo Ling Kent talks cyber security with Ryan Olson of Palo Alto Networks. Ryan is the intelligence director of Unit 42, which researches and gathers the latest threat intelligence on the Internet. Jo and Ryan discuss the latest hacks and how they can affect online customers, including shoppers for the upcoming holiday season. Jo also navigates the best way to store all of your passwords to ensure your privacy.

And in the Reboot segment, Jo focuses on a Facebook intern who was fired before he even got a chance to start with the company.  The Harvard senior was able to use data supplied by the social network’s messenger app to create his own, which compromised users’ exact physical location. Facebook’s response may surprise you.

Plus, how many people are still subscribed to AOL’s dial-up service? Press play to find out!

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FAST FORWARD is a podcast on tech, innovation and media. Every week, FAST FORWARD, digs into today’s stories with the most dynamic leaders and voices. Featuring the inventors, innovators and investors who shape the future while we wait patiently in the present, we leverage our Fox Business intel to explore what happened, why and what’s coming next. And robots. Lots of robots.

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