Sun, 11 June 2017
Mon, 8 May 2017
Jayson E. Street is an author of “Dissecting the Hack: The F0rb1dd3n Network” from Syngress and creator of dissectingthehack.com. He has also spoken at DEFCON, DerbyCon, UCON and at several other ‘CONs and colleges on a variety of Information Security subjects. His life story can be found on Google under “Jayson E. Street.” He is a highly carbonated speaker who has partaken of Pizza from Beijing to Brazil. He does not expect anybody to still be reading this far, but if they are, please note he was chosen as one of Time’s persons of the year for 2006.
On today's podcast we talk about:
Follow him on Twitter at @jaysonstreet
Sun, 9 April 2017
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 computer crime investigations and OSINT. He has trained thousands of individuals in the use of his investigative techniques. He also served as the technical advisor for the television hacker drama "Mr. Robot". His books "Open Source Intelligence Techniques" and "Hiding from the Internet" have been best sellers in both the United States and Europe.
On this wonderfully Honrsby-Free edition of the SEPodcast we get to discuss:
Michael recommends the book Playing Dead: A Journey Through the World of Death Fraud
Check it out and follow him on twitter at @IntelTechniques
Sun, 12 March 2017
A microbiologist turned producer, Whitney has produced commercials, pilots, feature films, and internet series for major corporations including SyFy, Verizon, The Travel Channel, Comedy Central, Machinima, and CBS. She was a member of the Academy Award winning art team on The Amazing Race, and wore several hats during production for The Lizzie Bennet Diaries and Emma Approved, both recipients of an Emmy for Original Interactive Programming. Whitney produced Virtual Reality experiences for Kellogg’s, General Electric, Nokia, Jaunt Media, and Google Spotlight Stories. Her passions also include choreographing Renaissance and Regency Era dance, yoga, and creating stunning visual content.
This podcast we have the chance to discuss:
Follow Whitney at her site: www.countstonine.com
Whitney also recommends this book: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Mon, 13 February 2017
The single most asked question is "What do I need to do to be a professional social engineer?" This month is devoted to talking to our team. Folks who had almost no SE experience before working with SECOM and now lead the market in all things SE.
Enjoy our new format while we talk about these topics:
Kaz: Any book on Twitter
Michele: Fight Club - Chuck Palahniuk
Chris: Presence -Amy Cuddy
Mon, 9 January 2017
Our guest, Dr. Brad Sagarin, professor of psychology at Northern Illinois university has studied and researched about how to combat the negative side of influence. We have a very lively discussion (yes, Dave is at this one) about:
Get more info about Brad at his site: http://sagarin.socialpsychology.org
Mon, 12 December 2016
Paul Asadorian from Security Weekly, http://securityweekly.com/, joins us to discuss some pretty important topics. Things like:
As usual, it is a lively, spirited and fun chat with the SE Crew!
This time we all took turns mentioning books we love here is the list:
Mon, 14 November 2016
Author, teacher, researcher and psychologist - Dr. Pennebaker is one interesting man. He has not only performed some fascinated research but he built tools around his research and then released them free to the world. You can even try one out at his site: http://www.receptiviti.ai/
This podcast we have a chance to ask the Doc things like:
Join us for this fun, entertaining and really educational podcast.
Dr. Pennebaker recommends a couple books for us:
Along with the accompanying website at: http://www.secretlifeofpronouns.com/
Mon, 10 October 2016
Robert Cialdini (http://www.influenceatwork.com) is the Regents' Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Marketing at Arizona State University and was a visiting professor of marketing, business and psychology at Stanford University, as well as at the University of California at Santa Cruz. He has written a number of books and literally defined the studies on how we understand the principles of influence.
This month we get a chance to talk to Bob (He wouldn't let us call him Dr. Cialdini) about:
Bob recommends these amazing books:
Enjoy! What an amazing PODCAST!
Sun, 11 September 2016
Over the past 15 years, she has been researching the human-centred aspects of security, privacy, identity and trust.
Angela discusses some fascinating topics with us based on research she has done into things like:
All of her research can be found here: http://sec.cs.ucl.ac.uk/people/m_angela_sasse/angelas_publication_list/
Angela recommended a book that took us a bit to find, Codes of the Underworld by Diego Gambetta