Mon, 8 October 2018
So many times we get asked how can you become a professional social engineer. This month we talk to two amazing women who where never in the industry, took a huge risk and it paid off. Join us in this fascinating conversation with Whitney Maxwell and Rachel Tobac.
These two wonderful personify doing things ethically, honestly and with empathy. They are an amazing example to our community and we had a great opportunity to talk about:
Whitney Maxwell can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/whitneynmaxwell/ and her book recommendations are:
Rachel Tobac can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/racheltobac and her book recommendations are:
Mon, 10 September 2018
I sense there is something important in your life? Something that you will be listening to shortly that will change the way you view... everything. Ian Rowland is a renowned expert into cold reading. In his book, "The Full Facts Book of Cold Reading", Ian explains exactly how cold reading works.
Despite being told exactly how this trickery works, notice how he still reads Cat during our podcast. We discuss:
Ian recommended a book for us this month: Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends & Influence People
Mon, 13 August 2018
It might not come as a shock to you that we here at SEORG love Neil Fallon and Clutch. Having Neil out at DEF CON was an amazing experience. After 4 long days at DEF CON we hosted our annual live podcast for Episode 108.
Join us as:
You can follow Neil on Twitter at: @npfallon
Check out Chris' latest book: Social Engineering: The SCIENCE of Human Hacking
Sun, 8 July 2018
Paolo Gaudiano has more than 25 years of interdisciplinary research, teaching, entrepreneurship, consulting, public speaking and writing experience. He recently embarked on a mission to use everything he has learned to revolutionize the way people think about Diversity & Inclusion, and what they do about it.
Today we discuss:
Paolo recommended a few books this month:
Mon, 11 June 2018
Amy E. Herman is the founder and president of The Art of Perception, Inc., a New York-based organization that conducts professional development courses to leaders around the world including at the FBI, CIA, Scotland Yard, and the Peace Corps. Herman was also the Director of Educational Development at Thirteen/WNET, the educational public television station serving New York and New Jersey, and the Head of Education at The Frick Collection for over ten years, where she oversaw all of the Collection's educational collaborations and community initiatives.
Join us as we have a fascinating conversation with Amy about:
She recommends a book by Daniel James Brown titled, The Boy in the Boat
Mon, 14 May 2018
Jordan Harbinger, formally from the Art of Charm, now hosts a new show called - The Jordan Harbinger Show. As a long time friend of the SEPodcast we wanted to discuss how Jordan restarted his life after parting ways with AOC.
Instead our conversation took a very interesting turn and we discussed some fascinating topics:
Jordan shares some really interesting insights with us and gives us a new book recommendation:
Follow Jordan on his website https://www.jordanharbinger.com/ and stay tuned for much more from him.
Mon, 9 April 2018
How important is fitting into a tribe? Can you create a new tribe? If you do, will you be all alone? This month's guest, the fascinating Dov Baron, explores these questions and more.
You can find Dov on his website at: http://FullMontyLeadership.com
You can buy his book, Fiercely Loyal on Amazon
Sun, 11 March 2018
Michael Bazzell spent 18 years as a government computer crime investigator. During the majority of that time, he was assigned to the FBI's Cyber Crimes Task Force where he focused on open source intelligence, hacking cases, and personal data removal methods. As an active investigator for multiple organizations, he has been involved in numerous high-tech criminal investigations including online child solicitation, child abduction, kidnapping, cold-case homicide, terrorist threats, and high level computer intrusions. He has trained thousands of individuals in the use of his investigative techniques and privacy control strategies.
This month Michael talks about:
Micahel's new book: Open Source Intelligence Techniques: Resources for Searching and Analyzing Online Information is a must read and he recommends our listeners check out: Salt: A World History by Mark Kurlansky
We know you will enjoy this episode!
Mon, 12 February 2018
JJ Green just wants to share the story. With over 25 years of journalistic travel into 51 countries he has witnessed conflicts, disasters and political struggles that have shaped our world today.
On this podcast we discuss:
JJ recommends a book that is right up our alley: American Radical: Inside the World of an Undercover Muslim FBI Agent by Tamer Elnoury
Till next month - stay secure!
Mon, 8 January 2018
Eric Taylor, aka CosmoTheGod, formerly of UGNazi has been caught arrested and now reforming his past ways turn his skills to the good. Join us as we talk to Eric about:
You can find Eric on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/CosmoTheGod
And he recommends the book by Kevin Mitnick, Ghost in the Wires