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The Lazarus Heist

BBC World Service

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Hackers, North Korea and billions of dollars. Lazarus returns – in fact, the criminals never went away. Season 2 begins at an ATM, possibly near you. With Jean Lee and Geoff White. Investigators claim a secretive, elite North Korean hacking ring, nicknamed the Lazarus Group, is responsible for the theft of billions of dollars around the globe. Pyongyang denies having anything to do with cybercrimes, saying the United States is making these allegations to try to tarnish its image. Season 1 to ...
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Soooo Goood

Geoff Rose and Joshua Branum

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The podcast where two nerdy white guys talk to each other. Pop culture. Movies. Television. Comics. Stand-up. The zeitgeist. History. Whatever we last had to eat. Maybe science and technology if there's time left.
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ISF Podcast

Information Security Forum Podcast

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The ISF Podcast brings you cutting-edge conversation, tailored to CISOs, CTOs, CROs, and other global security pros. In every episode of the ISF Podcast, Chief Executive, Steve Durbin speaks with rule-breakers, collaborators, culture builders, and business creatives who manage their enterprise with vision, transparency, authenticity, and integrity. From the Information Security Forum, the leading authority on cyber, information security, and risk management.
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Welcome to Chasing Clarity, a conversational podcast about Ocean Imagery with the artists that create it. In each episode, I explore why an artist does what they do, how they do it and what equipment they do it with. We discuss difficulties, experiences and knowledge they can pass on to you, the listener. Creating from the land, air or sea, follow a relatable journey as we all chase the ever elusive clarity.
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Welcome to the award-winning 401 Access Denied podcast, voted Best Cybersecurity Podcast for North America by the 2021, 2022, and 2023 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards and named 2023's Best Tech Podcast by TMCnet. Want authorized access to top security tips from experts in InfoSec? Bi-weekly, join the 401 Access Denied Podcast with Delinea's ethical hacker Joseph Carson as he shares life lessons and insights into the world of InfoSec – the good, the bad, and the ugly. Joe will be speaking wit ...
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It’s time to make cyber human. For far too long, the world of cybersecurity has had a language barrier. Join host Eleanor Dallaway who breaks that barricade as she gets to know the most inspirational people in cybersecurity. Described as “therapy for cybersecurity professionals”, these intimate conversations cut all tech jargon and focus instead on human storytelling. Grab the Mic: Cyber Stories is a platform for the diverse and eclectic voices in cyber, with deep and thought-provoking conve ...
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8th Layer Insights

Perry Carpenter | N2K Networks

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Get ready for a deep dive into what cybersecurity professionals often refer to as the "8th Layer" of security: HUMANS. Welcome to 8th Layer Insights (8Li). 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.
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“Rock N Roll & Coffee Show” creator Joe Scibilia brings you real conversations with the best in music and film guests. Take a deep dive into their careers and chat with the creatives behind their art. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rnrcoffeeshow/support
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People are often described as the largest asset in most organisations. They are also the biggest single cause of risk. This podcast explores the topic of 'human risk', or "the risk of people doing things they shouldn't or not doing things they should", and examines how behavioural science can help us mitigate it. It also looks at 'human reward', or "how to get the most out of people". When we manage human risk, we often stifle human reward. Equally, when we unleash human reward, we often ina ...
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This podcast series aims to empower listeners to future proof their careers and thrive in their working life through learning and development, as we hear from industry experts on a range of future skills topics, hosted by Zara Janjua.
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Seven Questions is a monthly podcast by Jason White, formerly of the Point 2 Point podcast and currently a recurring panelist on the I've Been Diced podcast. The guests will discuss board gaming topics while also competing in a trivia contest on a related (sometimes tangentially) topic.
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We're going to take you backstage with the storytellers of the music & entertainment industry. Straight from their mouths, we'll find out what makes 'em tick, what makes 'em sick, and if they can handle the Unfiltered Finale.
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Fast Casual Insider

National Restaurant Association

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The Fast Casual Insider podcast is a 10 episode podcast series from the National Restaurant Association. We’ll be talking to leading fast-casual CEOs, founders and visionaries to share their stories, best practices, trend observations, and looming challenges. Our guests come from emerging concepts as well as established brands and they come with a point of view. Hosted by Jerry White, these leaders will discuss topics like fast casual’s digital transformation, real estate issues, business gr ...
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Welcome to Oxbridge's very own 'How Did You Get Here?' podcast, hosted by Rudy Heywood and a selected co-host and guest on every episode. To help you get inspired to achieve your goals, we invite successful people onto our show and delve into their life journey and experiences, right from when they started out to to where they are today. We celebrate the wins of our guests whilst also reflecting on their hardest lessons along the way. Success doesn't happen overnight, and so the aim of this ...
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My side of the Crystal Ball

My side of the Crystal Ball

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Welcome to My side of the Crystal Ball Podcast! This podcast is hosted by Canadian Psychic Robert Lindsy Milne. The goal of starting this show is to combine old wisdom with new perspectives. We hope to create a space where people can let their curiosity run wild, while giving an opportunity to connect to like-minded people. The format of the podcast will give a chance for Robert to teach with the "What Would Robert Say" segment which transitions into an opportunity to learn with "The Expert' ...
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The Froth brothers 1 + 2 join me on the show in this episode. They are shy lads out of the water and it was a snap decision to get them on. We had just surfed and shot a little favourite wave across the border. Geoff, as always made me look better at surfing than I am. These two are responsible for me wholeheartedly getting into IN water photograph…
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Geoff White, author and investigative journalist, has interviewed the masterminds behind some of the most notorious cyberattacks. His new book, Rinsed, reveals how technology has revolutionized money laundering, from drug cartels washing their cash in Bitcoin to organized fraud gangs recruiting money mules on social media. In this episode, the expe…
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Steve recently sat for an interview with veteran journalist Julie MacDonald for a feature with The European. For the next two weeks, we’ll be presenting that conversation in two parts. In the first part, Julie and Steve discuss the regulatory landscape, improving communication across the business, and how enterprises can successfully marry technolo…
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What can we learn from magic? On this episode, I’m joined by two magicians, Fergus Flanagan and Neb Maciver, founders of Talk Magic and both accomplished magicians in their own right, who join me to share their unique journeys, from Fergus's early days working on Children's BBC to Neb’s transition from band life to full-time magician. Through their…
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Americas Security R&D Lead for Accenture Malek Ben Salem shares how she pivoted from her love of math and background in electrical engineering to a career in cybersecurity R&D. Malek talks about her interest in astrophysics as a young girl, and how her affinity for math and taking on challenges lead her to a degree in electrical engineering. She gr…
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Excited to announce that Stephen Khan Chief Business Security Information Officer at Cognizant and recent 'Infosec Europe Hall of Fame' inductee, joins Eleanor Dallaway for our next #GrabTheMic:Cyber Stories podcast. With a 20-year career in cybersecurity spanning global businesses like Hargreaves Lansdown, HSBC, RBS, and GSK, Stephen shares his in…
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Join Joseph Carson and Dr. Andrea Isoni as they dive into the complexities of artificial intelligence. Explore AI's definition, practical applications in medicine and law, and the ethical challenges, including algorithmic bias and human oversight. They discuss the EU AI Act, its impact on AI development, and the global challenges of regulation. Dis…
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Today, author and disability diversity expert Ruth Rathblott offers a fresh perspective on how we understand and approach diversity in the workplace. She and Steve discuss how DEI can benefit both your culture and your business, and they give practical tips for leaders looking to build a more inclusive environment. Key Takeaways: 1. Leaders need to…
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On this episode, Perry gets to sit down with Jon Gillham. Jon is the founder and CEO of Originality.ai -- an AI content detection platform designed to help website owners, content marketers, writers and publishers hit 'publish' with integrity in the world of generative AI. In this interview, we get the lowdown on how AI content detection works, wha…
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Sam 'Spade' Morris of The Midnight Devils joins me as he dives deep into the making of their latest album, "So Hard It Hurts"! From the inspiration behind the tracks to the band's creative process in the studio, Sam shares details about the evolution of the album and what fans can expect. Subscribe for more great interviews! https://www.youtube.com…
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CEO and consultant Richard Clarke took his inspiration from President John F Kennedy and turned it into the first cybersecurity position in federal government. Determined to help change the mindset of war, Richard went to work for the Department of Defense at the Pentagon following college during the Vietnam War. From Assistant Secretary of the Sta…
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At 6'3, 120kg Grant Morris, The Aqua Zulu takes up a large portion of the pre-dawn light as he approaches my borrowed NSW-plated car..."Just fit it in there" he says sounding like a bigger version of Tony Greg, his thick South African accent breaking the dark 5 am silence. I flew in the day before and stayed on the other side of the bridge, an hour…
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How can we solve 'wicked problems' within complex organisations? A wicked problem is a social or cultural problem that's difficult or impossible to solve because of its complex and interconnected nature. Wicked problems lack clarity in both their aims and solutions and are subject to real-world constraints which hinder risk-free attempts to find a …
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Today is the second in a two-part conversation centered on cultural fluency with global leadership strategist and corporate coach Jane Hyun. Jane is the author of Leadership Toolkit for Asians: The Definitive Resource Guide for Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling and Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling: Career Strategies for Asians, and co-author of Flex: The New …
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Communications consultant and podcaster Carole Theriault always loved radio and through her career dabbled in many areas .She landed in a communications and podcasting role where she helps technical firms create audio and digital content. In fact, Carole is the CyberWire's UK Correspondent. She says cybersecurity is good place to go because of the …
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Adam Sellars, an Australian Free Diving representative sits with me overlooking a little beach on the Sunshine Coast. I sought out this discussion with Adam after getting smashed in a recent swell while shooting. The overwhelming feeling of being at the oceans mercy and short of breath was magnified as I found myself, heavy camera in hand, eyes clo…
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Today is the first in a two-part conversation centered on cultural fluency with global leadership strategist and corporate coach Jane Hyun. Jane is the author of Leadership Toolkit for Asians: The Definitive Resource Guide for Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling and Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling: Career Strategies for Asians, and the co-author of Flex: The N…
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Why do some great ideas succeed while others fail despite having everything else in place? On this episode, we welcome back Paul Orlando, an expert on unintended consequences and systems thinking. Paul introduces his new book, "Why Now: How Good Timing Makes Great Products," and discusses the pivotal role timing plays in the success of startups and…
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Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems at the University of Tulsa Sal Aurigemma shares how his interest in how things worked shaped his career path in nuclear power and computers, Being introduced to computers in high school and learning about the Chernobyl event led Sal to study nuclear engineering followed by time in the Navy as a su…
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The King of Clarity himself joins me in this episode. It was a balmy morning on the Gold Coast, we grabbed our takeaway coffee and snuck into a little patch of quiet that didn't stay quiet long. Questionable parking from the pair of us, we were on the constant lookout for parking inspectors and foreign distractions pumping their rave beats at an in…
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Senior VP of Cyber Operations at KnowBe4, Rosa Smothers, talks about her career as an early cybersecurity professional in what she describes as the Wild, Wild West to her path through government intelligence work. Rosa shares how she always knew she wanted to be involved with computers and how being a big Star Trek nerd and fan particularly of Spoc…
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What can canaries in coalmines teach us about diversity and inclusion? In this episode, I’m speaking to an academic who has some fascinating ideas and insights into how we can create more inclusive work environments and cultures — in other words, how to get the best out of all employees. Guest Bio My guest, Dr. Ludmila Praslova, is a Professor and …
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"What's up with your sunglasses in the water"..."Are they just regular sunnies?" I ask Scott Amos as we settle in for a conversation next to another Gold Coast body of water. Scott's distinguishable from other surf photographers by his sun-cap and Oakley sunglasses, years of constant glare have left his eyes vulnerable to direct sunlight "Never wea…
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Joe Carson and Tony Goulding dive into the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), revealing key insights on the top threats in cybersecurity. Discover why credential compromise remains the leading attack method and how ransomware, data exfiltration, and extortion are on the rise. Learn about the critical importance of strong authenticati…
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In this episode, Steve speaks with Amanda Fennell, a security professional with over two decades in the industry who currently serves as CISO and CIO of Prove and adjunct professor of cybersecurity at Tulane University. She talks to Steve about why a CISO must be an educator at heart, how to embrace feedback in order to grow, and how young professi…
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Investigative journalist and author Geoff White talks about tracing a line through the dots of his career covering technology. Geoff shares that he has always been "quite geeky," but came to covering technology after several roles in the journalism industry. Newspapers, magazines and television were all media Geoff worked in before covering technol…
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How is technology impacting money laundering? On this episode, I'm welcoming investigative journalist Geoff White back onto the show. In 2022, Geoff joined me to talk about his book and podcast The Lazarus Heist, the story of how North Korean hackers launched an attack on Sony Pictures in 2014. This time, he's back to talk about his brand new book …
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16 years of filming some of the best surfers on the planet is what Craig Halstead brings to this episode. It's scorching hot on an early morning overlooking the famous Kirra right-hander, today a waist-high, fuller tide swell crumbles along the famed point. "There hasn't been a decent swell for a while now!" calls an older gentleman hunched over in…
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Today, Steve is speaking with investigative tech journalist Geoff White, who has been covering tech and financial crime for more than 20 years. Listeners may be familiar with his popular podcast The Lazarus Heist for the BBC World Service, and now his new book, Rinsed: From Cartels to Crypto: How the Tech Industry Washes Money for the World's Deadl…
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On this episode, Perry gets to sit down with investigative journalist, author, and podcaster, Geoff White. They discuss Geoff's new book, "Rinsed: From Cartels to Crypto: How the Tech Industry Washes Money for the World's Deadliest Crooks", the state of global cybercrime, and (everybody's favorite topic) artificial intelligence. Guest: Geoff White …
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How can organisations get the best out of the humans they employ and empower them to help deliver desired outcomes? The answer is by focusing on the decisions taken that are critical in determining whether or not the right outcome is achieved. On this episode, I speak to Sarah Abramson, Head of Marketing at Acteon, a communication and learning agen…
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Commandant for the National Security Agency's National Cryptologic School Diane M. Janosek shares the story of her career going global Diane explains how she's always been drawn to doing things that could help and raise the nation. From a position as a law clerk during law school, to the role of a judicial clerk, and joining the White House Counsel…
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What might the future of society look like & how can we get there? On this episode, I’m speaking to a best-selling author who has written an extraordinary book about her vision for the future. Unusually, the book is a work of fiction for the show, but the issues it addresses are very relevant to Human Risk. My guest is Manda Scott, who began her ca…
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It was the biggest gold mine fraud of all time – a scam that devastated countless lives. But what really happened? Suzanne Wilton revisits the story that she just couldn’t let go of, to find answers about how the scam was perpetrated…and about the mysterious death of a geologist in the jungle. From the BBC World Service and CBC. To hear more, searc…
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Travis "Don" Johnson's head bobs just above the water in the impact zone. This is where he's most happy, this is where I meet him the morning of our non-scheduled recording. "The Don" a flamboyant child of the 80's had attended the first-ever Water Rats event two weeks previous and had expressed his desire to be among the likes of Zac Noyle in the …
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In this episode, join us as Brent Deterding, a cybersecurity professional with 19 years of experience, unveils his top strategies for managing stress, prioritizing risks, and building resilience in the high-stakes world of cybersecurity. Discover how Brent's focus on controllable factors and his calm, composed approach—drawn from emergency medicine…
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