Mon, 16 May 2022
This month, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Adam Glick. Adam is currently the Chief Information Security Officer for SimpliSafe in Boston, MA. In this position and his previous jobs, Adam has had the responsibility of managing all matters pertaining to information security, risk, policy, and procedures. Adam is currently an adjunct professor at Boston College in the cybersecurity policy & governance program, and an adjunct professor of IT in the MBA program at the School of Business at Providence College. Outside of the office, he is a car and technology enthusiast along with an avid reader, hiker, cyclist, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner.
[May 16, 2022]
00:00 – Intro
00:56 – Intro Links
02:52 – Adam Glick Intro
04:05 – How did you get started in Information Security?
05:10 – Applying a background in teaching to InfoSec
06:37 – Developing security programs for different environments
08:14 – Getting people to think about security
09:32 – Microtraining: Updating the way that we train for security
12:10 – The importance of security in our Professional and Personal lives
14:28 – Customizing security training for large companies
15:29 – Approaching security from a Top-Down perspective
17:20 – Getting top management to support security training
20:55 – Action steps for companies to focus on
23:22 – How can companies assess their own risk?
26:55 – Internal interviews to build security protocols
28:47 – Jiu Jitsu Security???
29:58 – How to contact Adam online
31:19 – Who are your greatest mentors?
33:17 – Book Recommendations
Direct download: Ep._170_-_Security_Awareness_Series_-_Rapport_is_the_key_to_security_with_Adam_Glick.mp3
Category:Security Awareness -- posted at: 1:21am EDT
Tue, 10 May 2022
Today we will be talking with Abbie Maroño, a nonverbal communications and social influence coach. Abbie published her first paper in nonverbal communication at 19 years old, going on to do her PhD in behavior analysis and become a university lecturer at 23. She now directs a research group, BRINC, alongside her coaching and teaching. [May 9, 2022]
00:00 – Intro
02:52 – Abbie Maroño intro
04:47 – At what point in your life did you want to become a Nonverbal expert?
06:56 – The reality of getting to where you want to be
08:39 – What kept you going after rejections?
11:15 – How does a person learn to find their passion?
14:06 – How did you decide to make Nonverbal Communications a career?
17:53 – How important is Open VS Closed Body Language?
23:00 – What is orientation and why does it matter?
27:49 – The role of body language in a virtual setting
33:30 – The "perception" of eye-contact in a video call
35:31 – Find Abbie Maroño on the web
36:05 – New Job Announcement
38:16 – Who would you consider your biggest mentors?
41:16 – Book Recommendations:
43:47 – Guest Wrap Up
Direct download: Ep._169_-_Human_Element_Series_-_A_Real_Life_Doogie_Howser_with_Dr._Abbie_Marono.mp3
Category:Human Element Series -- posted at: 1:51pm EDT