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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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How at Risk Are Our Healthcare Networks? Civilian hospitals organized to give care to the wounded and sick, the infirm and maternity cases, may in no circumstances be the object of attack, but shall at all times be respected and protected by the Parties to the conflict. -- Geneva Conventions; Article 18, Section 3, Fourth Geneva Convention Even at …
 
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Rockie Brockway. Rockie is currently the Practice Lead for the Office of the CSO for TrustedSec. With over 28 years' experience in information security and business risk, Rockie specializes in Business Risk Analysis and the inherent relationships between data, assets, adversaries, and…
 
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy and Maxie Reynolds are joined by one of our greatest friends and mentors, Joe Navarro. After serving as an FBI agent for 25 years, Joe has become a nonverbal and behavioral expert. Since retiring, he has authored 14 books in 29 languages dealing with human behavior and body language. His book “What Every BODY Is Sayin…
 
In this episode, Ryan is joined by Jon Hoehler, an experienced product and marketing executive in the telecoms space. Jon shares his experiences finding the right tools to suit his needs when freelancing. Ryan offers advice for leveraging personal automation to save time and reduce cognitive load. Topics PCs vs Macs SaaS tools for max efficiency wi…
 
Nicola is the co-founder of Titania Group and a champion of neuro-diversity within the cyber security industry. In this interview she discusses her entry into the cyber security industry, receiving her MBE and her vision for a future more like Star Trek than 1984. Thank you, to Nicola for an absolutely awesome interview. To find out more about Nico…
 
This is an episode about the battle for truth. As disinformation, misinformation, malinformation, and conspiracy theories seem to be hitting epidemic levels, how can we help each other determine what is real and what is fake? How can we help people who are falling down conspiracy rabbit holes? And what roles do technology companies, governments, an…
 
What are the challenges of running IT for a Premier League football club? Well, as James remarked, "There aren't that many businesses out there that invite 30,000 people to their head office every weekend." In this episode, Ryan and James chat about the fascinating world of elite sports technology and some of the projects James and his team are wor…
 
In part one of our digital nomads series, we discussed the basics of the lifestyle and its variations. For part two, we dig deeper into the "why", exploring ideas from Tim Ferriss' book, The 4-Hour Work Week. Topics Connectivity tips The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss Virtual Assistants Show Links Follow us on Twitter: @thedwwpodcast Email us: pod…
 
This episode explores the concept of “Trojan Horses for the Mind.” There are four Trojan Horses. They are: emotion, sound, visuals, and words/story. Using these Trojan Horses will help us increase the signal to noise ratio in our communications, bypass mental defenses, and embed messages within the minds of our audiences. To explore the concepts re…
 
CEOs and HR leaders expect 43% of the workforce to continue working remotely or within a hybrid model after the pandemic according to a recent survey by Lakeside Software and ESI ThoughtLab. Being part of this 43% of flex workers can open up new possibilities for integrating work within your lifestyle. For some, ditching the commute enables them to…
 
When the DarkSide hacking group attacked the Colonial Pipeline, they may have gotten a bit more than they bargained for. Colonial has acknowledged paying $4.4 million in ransom in order to bring their systems back online as quickly as possible. It was a decision they had to make quickly, but had to consider a myriad of variables in the process. Jos…
 
In this interview Jenny speaks with Robert Brooker who is the Chairman of the London Fraud Forum and Head of Fraud and Forensics at PKF. We discuss how fraudsters adapted to the pandemic, the damage caused to victims as well as the motivation and psychology of those who commit this type of crime. WIth shout-outs to the regional fraud forums as well…
 
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Jason Frank. Jason has an extensive background in helping both government and Fortune 100 organizations, and has served a course instructor for the Black Hat security conference. Jason is now currently the COO at SpecterOps, where he is accountable for execution of the company. He ove…
 
In today's highly digitalized world, exclusion from digital devices, education and support puts individuals at a significant disadvantage. In this episode, Freddie Quek shares information about a growing initiative to address digital inclusion for all, starting with school children. He's calling on UK tech leaders and organisations to help with #jo…
 
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy and Maxie Reynolds are joined by industry professional Jack Schafer, PhD. Dr. Schafer is a psychologist, professor, intelligence consultant, and former FBI Special Agent. Dr. Schafer spent fifteen years conducting counter-intelligence and counterterrorism investigations, and seven years as a behavioral analyst for the…
 
Topics Breaking up with Windows Rethinking business continuity, distributed teams, and knowledge transfer Are pay-by-the-minute booths the future of work? The 'Iron Man' body armour many of us may soon be wearing Show Links Follow us on Twitter: @thedwwpodcast Email us: podcast@digitalworkspace.works Visit us: www.digitalworkspace.works Subscribe t…
 
In this interview Jenny talks to multiple Emmy award winning journalist Kerry Tomlinson who gives a masterclass in why hard work, discipline and professionalism pays off. We want to thank Kerry for her amazing work and a brilliant interview! To follow Kerry on LinkedIn, click this link here. To follow Kerry on Twitter, click here for the link to he…
 
Coming May 25, 2021. 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, risk, and life. Author, security researcher, and behavior science enthusiast Perry Carpenter taps exper…
 
Have you ever opened your calendar and experienced a wave of dread at the rectangle of back-to-back meetings before you? With remote work eliminating the need to so much as walk down the hall to a conference room, never-ending calls are a worsening problem, impacting productivity, encouraging overwork, and contributing to burnout. Perhaps a simple …
 
In this interview Jenny speaks to Krystyna Lennon an amazing coach and hypnotherapist who gained fame with her notorious "hypnodog" act on Britain's got Talent and globally. They discuss all things hypnosis and how these methods of influence and persuasion can be used for ethical purposes as well as for impressing us all on TV. Thanks to Krystyna f…
 
From novelty to mainstay--QR codes had a big comeback in 2020 as a convenient way to go contactless. Are they here for good? Also on this week's episode, we talk about Ryan's experience working on an iPad while traveling and why it's such a great device for jetsetters. Show Links Follow us on Twitter: @thedwwpodcast Email us: podcast@digitalworkspa…
 
In this episode of the SECurity Awareness Series of the SEPodcast, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Ashley Rose, the CEO of Living Security. Listen in as they discuss the best methods to teach cybersecurity awareness, as well as the unique advantages when using escape rooms to do so. April 19, 2021 00:00 – Introduction Social-Enginee…
 
There's no silver bullet solution to workplace burnout, but some strategies are more effective than others. Office hours, yoga zooms, and meditation apps all have a role to play in addressing the Big Burnout Problem, but foundational elements like fair pay and a healthy workplace culture must come first. In this episode, we discuss the causes and e…
 
In this episode of the Social-Engineer podcast, Chris Hadnagy and Maxie Reynolds are joined by Dr. Ida Ngambeki, an Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University. Listen in as they discuss importance of empathy and the best ways to teach social engineering. April 12, 2021 00:00 – Intro Join Social-Engineering on Sl…
 
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