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8th Layer Insights

Perry Carpenter | CyberWire Inc.

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Get ready for a deep dive into what cybersecurity professionals often refer to as the "8th Layer" of security: HUMANS. This podcast is a multidisciplinary exploration into how the complexities of human nature affect security and risk. Author, security researcher, and behavior science enthusiast Perry Carpenter taps experts for their insights and illumination. Topics include cybersecurity, psychology, behavior science, communication, leadership, and more.
 
In the Digital Workspace Works podcast; We will cover the ever-strengthened digital workspace. Together and with the help of experts we will unpack this broad term - Digital Workspace. The ecosystem that blends people, process and technology so that work can get done. We will focus on the various moving disjointed pieces which need to work together in harmony to enable the user with seamless and highly effective end user experience.
 
Each week on The No Name Security Podcast, Matt Stephenson chats with people who secure the things, hack the things or write about securing and hacking the things that surround us in everyday life. From voting machines to social engineering to the critical infrastructure, if it can be secured, it can be hacked. On No Name Security, we meet the people who do one or the other… and sometimes both.
 
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Topics Using Notion for product management feature request tracking The geographic impact of remote work Connected & Ready podcast Show Links Follow us on Twitter: @thedwwpodcast Email us: podcast@digitalworkspace.works Visit us: www.digitalworkspace.works Subscribe to the podcast: click here YouTube channel: click here ★ Support this podcast on Pa…
 
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This month, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Paul Asadoorian. Paul is the founder of Security Weekly, a security podcast network. Paul spends time “in the trenches” coding in Python, testing security products and evaluating and implementing open-source software. Paul's career began by implementing security programs for a lottery comp…
 
Topics Hybrid working challenges and humanness What is the state of recovery since the start of the pandemic? Organisations are more willing to experiment and aim for progress over perfection More organisations are identifying as disrupters Digital workspace is more importance to the business Many businesses are recovering faster than anticipated L…
 
This month, Chris Hadnagy is joined by Marilise de Villiers. Marilise is a mindset and performance coach, a TEDX speaker, and a cybersecurity awareness, culture, and talent expert. While at one time she was a female executive in a Big Four consulting firm she is now the founder and CEO of her own company, ROAR! Coaching and Consulting, which helps …
 
Topics Ryan's iPad work story Using the iPad as a second screen with Apple Sidecar Split View with iOS 15 for multitasking What's the ideal screen size for an iPad as a secondary work device? iPad value for money Show Links Follow us on Twitter: @thedwwpodcast Email us: podcast@digitalworkspace.works Visit us: www.digitalworkspace.works Subscribe t…
 
Messenger of Sympathy and Love Servant of Parted Friends Consoler of the Lonely Bond of the Scattered Family Enlarger of the Common Life Carrier of News and Knowledge Instrument of Trade and Industry Promoter of Mutual Acquaintance Of Peace and of Goodwill Among Men and Nations -- Inscription found on the the Smithsonian Institution's National Post…
 
Topics Excitement for Dune release day Jodorowsky's* Dune What is the metaverse? Facebook's metaverse ambitions The Bobiverse How NFTs intersect with the metaverse Practical uses for AR/VR Show Links Follow us on Twitter: @thedwwpodcast Email us: podcast@digitalworkspace.works Visit us: www.digitalworkspace.works Subscribe to the podcast: click her…
 
Topics Ryan's experience with iOS 15 Workflow automation with Hazel, Zapier, and Shortcuts How to find opportunities for automation Robotic process automation AI Can Write Code Like Humans--Bugs and All Show Links Follow us on Twitter: @thedwwpodcast Email us: podcast@digitalworkspace.works Visit us: www.digitalworkspace.works Subscribe to the podc…
 
This month Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Les Correia, who leads the evangelization of Estee Lauders Application Security. In his position Les wears many hats, but they are all worn with the mission of protecting Estee Lauders critical assets from the risk of a security breach. Prior to this, Les held Senior and Advisory roles prov…
 
This week, Ryan chats with Prashant Pandey, an author and technologist who currently works for VMware as Director of Technology - End-User Computing, Asia Pacific & Japan. Prashant shares his writing process and how he mapped out his recent book, #FutureOfWork: Resilient Growth Principles. Their conversation covers key themes explored in the book, …
 
This month Chris Hadnagy is joined by Dr. Jessica Barker. Jessica is an award-winning global leader in the human side of cyber security. She is Co-Founder and co-CEO of Cygenta, where she follows her passion of positively influencing cyber security awareness, behaviour and culture in organisations around the world. Jessica was also named one of the…
 
This week, Ryan and Heather discuss the social media genre of remote work parodies, plus ditching the corporate ladder, how to trick yourself into being productive, and more. Topics Enjoying nature Ergonomics Remote work TikToks/influencers (e.g. https://www.tiktok.com/@loewhaley?lang=en&is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1) The Evolution of the Employe…
 
This is the second of a two part series covering Cybersecurity’s ABCs: Security Awareness, Behavior, and Culture. This episode discusses the difficulty that security leaders have in defining what a security culture actually is. Luckily, we can draw on learnings from organizational culture management and culture transformation experts. Guests for th…
 
On this Very Special Episode, Matt Stephenson welcomes Elisa Costante, VP of Research and Ellen Sundra, Chief Customer Officer at Forescout for a discussion about the vulnerabilities that plague Operational Technology and Critical Infrastructure. With nearly 40 years of combined experience finding, understanding and solving the security issues that…
 
This week, Ryan chats with Sean Sadler, a senior IT leader with a passion for implementing business process automation to drive organisational change. Topics Business process automation & transformation Running an innovation challenge to generate new ideas to improve the business Using RPA to increase efficiency Integrating systems to improve custo…
 
This week, Ryan is joined by Amanda Brock, CEO at OpenUK, a not-for-profit company that harnesses the power of collaboration around open technology in the UK. They discuss OpenUK's upcoming Kids Camp programme of lessons using digital gloves, which they are giving away for free to thousands of children in the UK. (Learn more at https://openuk.uk/op…
 
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Ed Skoudis.  Ed is a SANS Institute Fellow, Instructor, and Director of Cyber Ranges.  He is the founder of Counter Hack, an innovative cyber security company that works as trusted information security advisors to government, military, and commercial enterprises by providing in-depth …
 
This is the first of a two part series covering Cybersecurity’s ABCs: Security Awareness, Behavior, and Culture. We touched on facets of Awareness in Episode 1 and Behavior in Episode 3. These two episodes cover the cybersecurity ABCs in a very pragmatic way, with this episode covering Awareness and Behavior and Episode 10 providing a deep dive int…
 
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy is joined by Dr. Cortney Warren. Dr. Warren is a Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist and former tenured Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).  She is an expert on addictions, self-deception, eating pathology, and the practice of psychotherapy from a cross-cultural perspecti…
 
Topics Zoltan breaks down the big picture of remote/hybrid work into six categories: People Leadership Workspace Body & mind Learning Tech & digital Designing the workplace for remote-first work Are remote workers at a disadvantage for promotions? Importance of trust, communication, and fun for distributed working Working across time zones, culture…
 
On this Very Special Episode, Matt Stephenson brings in ThreatGEN Founder/CEO and Hacking Exposed: Industrial Control Systems author Clint Bodungen alongside Forescout Technologies Inc. Principal OT Strategist Brian Proctor for a sit-down. We take a hard look at the state of security for Operational Technology, Blue and Red teaming for OT, the cybe…
 
This week, Ryan and Heather delve into a topic that has rocked the corporate world: employees using remote work as an opportunity to seek financial freedom by secretly working two jobs at once. Plus, chronic overwork, the mental toll of watching yourself on Zoom all day, and more. Topics These People Who Work From Home Have a Secret: They Have Two …
 
Once upon a time, Gartner predicted that by 2020, more than 25 percent of cyberattacks in healthcare delivery organizations would involve some kind of IoT device. In medical terms, that means wirelessly connected and digitally monitored implantable medical devices like pacemakers, deep brain neurostimulators and insulin pumps. These aren’t the esot…
 
Risk is a funny thing – our minds are constantly looking for risk, scanning our environments and our available choices. And sometimes we do a great job at anticipating and avoiding risky situations. But that doesn’t mean that we are universally good at dealing with risk. In fact, we can be downright appalling at considering and avoiding risk. In th…
 
This week, Ryan and Heather discuss the challenges of working through power outages including charging devices, connectivity, and comfort. Topics Generators and solar backups Home IoT and security Tips for working all day on an iPhone Windows 365 first impressions Show Links Follow us on Twitter: @thedwwpodcast Email us: podcast@digitalworkspace.wo…
 
INFRA:HALT vulnerabilities impact the closed source TCP/IP stack NicheStack that is used in millions of Operational Technologies and Industrial Control Systems, especially in the discrete and process manufacturing industries. Among the vulnerabilities are DNS cache poisoning, TCP spoofing, Denial of Service and Remote Code Execution. Successful att…
 
This week, Ryan chats with Simon Clifford, former Director of Digital and Data for UK Policing, about the complexities of designing technology to enhance public protection and how to launch programs with greater agility. Topics How technology needs differ in policing vs the private sector Simon's introduction to Wardley mapping, a business strategy…
 
Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. -- Antoine de Saint-Exupéry; French writer, poet, aristocrat, journalist and pioneering aviator Me with nothing left to lose, plotting my big revenge in the spotlight. Give me violent revenge fantasies as a coping mechanism -- Chuck Palahniuk…
 
In this episode, Perry Carpenter sits down with renowned mentalist and skeptic, Banachek. Banachek (Steve Shaw) grew up with a fascination in magic and a frustration with psychic frauds. As a teenager, he contacted magician and skeptic, James “The Amazing” Randi and ended up working with Randi on a special initiative known as Project Alpha, which s…
 
Topics Guide Dogs' approach to hybrid work & redesigning the workplace for collaboration and innovation Gerard's experience working in IT for Getty Images, including during the FIFA World Cup in South Africa How the mindset shift to using video conferencing has made accessing services easier at Guide Dogs Gerard's work on data strategy and organizi…
 
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Bernie Acre. Bernie is the Chief Information Officer for the City of Bryan, TX where he’s responsible for all technology and communications systems, including the Fire, Police, Public Works, the municipal electric utility, and a myriad of general support organizations.  Bernie is curr…
 
Coolness is an aesthetic of attitude, behavior, comportment, appearance and style which is generally admired. Because of the varied and changing connotations of cool, as well as its subjective nature, the word has no single meaning. It has associations of composure and self-control and often is used as an expression of admiration or approval. Altho…
 
“In the best conversations, you don't even remember what you talked about, only how it felt. It felt like we were in some place your body can't visit, some place with no ceiling and no walls and no floor and no instruments” ― John Green, Turtles All the Way Down For Episode Two of our Black Hat coverage, we sat down for a chat with two Founders to …
 
Elijah Snow: It's a strange world Jakita Wagner: Let's keep it that way" -- Planetary: Warren Ellis & John Cassaday Black Hat 2021 was unlike any other previous edition and likely will be unlike any that follow. The rise of the Delta Variant of COVID-19 put the world back on edge after we had been slowly creeping toward something that felt like nor…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Michael Roderick. Michael is the CEO of Small Pond Enterprises which helps thoughtful givers become thought leaders by making their brands referable, their messaging memorable, and their ideas unforgettable. He is also the host of the podcast Access to Anyone which shows how you can get to know anyone you want in b…
 
This week, Freddie Quek, CTO at Times Higher Education, explains how digital poverty can be solved more effectively through a holistic approach. Listen to the first episode on joining the dots for digital inclusion: https://www.digitalworkspace.works/joining-the-dots-for-digital-inclusion/ If you are interested in getting involved or sharing inform…
 
Have you ever taken time to view the world through the eyes of an attacker? Doing so is an interesting and useful exercise. Understanding the mind of an attacker is fundamental to securing your organization or aspects of your personal life. After all, if you aren't doing the job of viewing things from an attacker's perspective, that means that only…
 
This week, Ryan interviews Danny Attias, Chief Digital & Information Officer for Anthony Nolan, the UK's national stem cell register. They chat about C-suite technology titles, implementing DevOps, how IT infrastructure's changed over the past 5-10 years, moving past imposter syndrome, and more. Topics The role of the CIO vs CTO or CDO Using DevOps…
 
Our guest this week, Claire Schmidt, CEO and founder of AllVoices, discusses how companies and employees are responding to the changing workplace and the importance of enabling employees to voice concerns without fear of retaliation. Topics What does the digital workspace mean to you? Why Claire founded All Voices "Starting a company is really chal…
 
In this episode, Perry Carpenter interviews cybersecurity guru Bruce Schneier. Perry and Bruce explore how cybersecurity is about so much more than technology — It’s about people, so we benefit by taking a multidisciplinary approach. In preparing for this interview, Perry solicited his LinkedIn network to see what questions people had for Bruce. Th…
 
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