Mon, 28 November 2022
Welcome to the Social-Engineer Podcast: The SE Etc. Series. This series will be hosted by Chris Hadnagy, CEO of Social-Engineer LLC, and The Innocent Lives Foundation, as well as Social-Engineer.Org and The Institute for Social Engineering. Chris will be joined by his co-host Patrick Laverty as they discuss topics pertaining to the world of Social Engineering. [Nov 28, 2022]
00:00 – Intro
00:24 – Patrick Laverty Intro
00:43 – Intro Links
03:26 – Todays Topic: How do you become a Social Engineer?
05:16 – The Art of the Conversation
05:36 – The old college try!
07:49 – It's all in the report
11:37 – OSINT: The SE Lifeblood
13:53 – How do you learn this?
16:48 – Don't rely on tools, rely on OSINT
19:14 – The APSE origin story
25:13 – It's really about communication
25:45 – Learning from DISC
29:24 – It's not all bad
30:24 – This isn't 9 to 5
33:50 – Conversation with a purpose
34:57 – Back to the reports
38:27 – APSE and beyond
43:36 – Sorry...Invite Only
45:50 – 'Tis the season
46:41 – Never stop learning
48:27 – Always different, never boring
49:32 – The next generation
51:28 – Coming up next month
52:03 – Wrap Up & Outro
Find us online
Direct download: Ep._188_-_SE_Etc_Series_-_Training_to_be_a_Social_Engineer_with_Patrick_and_Chris.mp3
Category:SE Etc. -- posted at: 2:00am EST
Mon, 21 November 2022
Marc Ashworth is a respected IT executive with over 30 years of experience in cyber and physical security, IT/security architecture, project management, is an author and a public speaker. He is a board member of the St. Louis Chapter of InfraGard, Webster University Cyber Advisory board, Co-Founded the State of Cyber annual security conference, and a Lifetime member of FBI Citizens Academy, possessing security certifications in CISSP, CISM, CRISC, Security+ and other certifications. As the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at First Bank, Marc currently oversees First Bank’s information security, fraud, physical security, and the network services departments. He is also the 2022 Cyber Defense Magazine winner of “Top 100 CISOs in the World.” [Nov 21st, 2022]
00:00 – Intro
00:49 – Intro Links:
03:15 – Marc Ashworth Intro
05:17 – What was the path that led you to InfoSec?
07:41 – Cultivating good security practices
09:31 – Learning to "scale" your security
11:22 – The value of Strategic Thinking
13:40 – It's all in the presentation
15:25 – The importance of Customer Service
18:32 – The Art of Translation
21:32 – Small Wins
24:34 – Letters to a young CISO
26:20 – Don't avoid Pen Testing!
28:11 – Adopting a "Partnership" mindset
30:30 – Long line of influence
33:40 – Book Recommendations
36:14 – Find Marc Ashworth online
38:36 – Wrap Up
38:56 – Outro
Direct download: Ep._187_-_Security_Awareness_Series_-_A_master_class_in_CISO_Communications_with_Marc_Ashworth.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:59pm EST
Mon, 14 November 2022
Today we are joined by Stephanie Paul. Stephanie is an actress, a trainer, and keynote speaker. She has over 30 years of experience in the entertainment industry and she uses that now as she coaches and trains executives, sales teams, Tedx speakers and experts of all kinds to become master communicators. She is also a proud member of EOA and on the board of the directors of the Alzheimer’s Association in Orange County. She is an active member of WIB, and the Vice Chair of Young Women in Bio.
[Nov 14th, 2022]
00:00 – Intro
00:23 – Intro Links
02:10 – Stephanie Paul Intro
02:59 – How did you go from acting to coaching communications?
06:34 – Dark Side of the Moon
08:03 – The Magic of Story
09:14 – Can anyone learn to use storytelling?
11:43 – Practice, practice, practice!
13:49 – How is storytelling used in Leadership?
16:31 – Reflecting your values
18:15 – The beauty of mistakes
21:32 – You're not born with it!
23:28 – Mentorship
28:32 – The importance of Accountability
30:10 – Make them want the banana
33:24 – Valley Girl
35:39 – Find Stephanie Paul online
36:50 – Women In Leadership
37:49 – Book Recommendations:
40:55 – Who are your greatest mentors?
44:42 – Guest Wrap Up
45:17 – Outro
Direct download: Ep._186_-_Human_Element_Series_-_Dont_Be_the_Smartest_Person_in_the_Room_with_Stephanie_Paul.mp3
Category:Human Element Series -- posted at: 2:00am EST
Mon, 7 November 2022
Welcome to the Social-Engineer Podcast: The Doctor Is In Series – where we will discuss understandings and developments in the field of psychology.
In today’s episode, Chris and Abbie are not just going to talk about nonverbal communication at an observational level, but lay the ground work for a deeper understanding of nonverbals. Not just what certain behaviors tell us but WHY they tell us this, and where nonverbal communication originated from! [Nov 07, 2022]
00:00 – Intro
00:17 – Dr. Abbie Maroño Intro
01:10 – Intro Links
04:01 – The topic of the day: Nonverbal Communication
10:25 – Everything comes back to Darwin
15:25 – In Utero
18:54 – A picture speaks 1000 words
20:31 – More "nature" than "nurture"
23:20 – Cultural vs Universal Gestures
27:17 – Looking at "Intention"
32:24 – Linking Non-verbals to Intention
36:32 – The Doctor is REALLY in!
38:37 – Don't Look Up (or away!)
42:35 – Response Behavior
46:58 – Neuroception - Trust your gut!
53:48 – The Takeaway
56:04 – Man's Best Friend
57:13 – Wrap Up
58:53 – Book Recommendations
01:02:34 – Outro
Find us online:
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Direct download: Ep._185_-_The_Doctor_Is_In_Series_-_Nonverbals_Neuroception_and_Understanding_Intent.mp3
Category:The Doctor Is In Series -- posted at: 2:00am EST