"Nobody wants to get pwned!" says Kieran Norton, Principal Deloitte, Cyber Risk Management, while discussing internet vulnerabilities with students at TLCoding Lab. Norton introduced cyber risk management, and also discussed it as career path for our students beyond their academic careers. He captured his student audience with some intriguing cyber hacking stories that had the entire group listening on edge. Students learned that as a business or even socially as a student, you are flat-lined if you can't access the internet. Student understood his point recognizing that the internet is pervasive in our lives because it is a primary channel for communication-- and is almost like oxygen for us. So, he warned students not to do stupid things as your posts are permanent--even on the transitory Snapchat or Vine. Norton also shared that cyber risk programmers make significantly hirer salaries compared to other programming applications. He offered many sources to follow to learn more about cyber risk management, and also answered our student's many questions. Our hats-off to Kieran for generously taking the time out of his busy professional life to inspire our students beyond the classroom by participating in AE@TL's new enrichment special speaker series, TLTalks.