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A podcast about the human element in social engineering, security, infosec, business and beyond. Jenny Radcliffe talks to experts from a wide variety of disciplines which go to make up the skill set she uses.
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Nov 30, 2016

Mark Smith

In this episode, I am delighted to chat to Mark Smith.

 

Mark is a freelance journalist, who has written for major publications in both print and online, including The Guardian, BBC, Mirror Online, Daily Express Online as well as specialist publications such as Global Trade Review and Global Politics. 

 

Man in the High Castle (Philip K Dick)

Sicario (DVD)

Mark on LinkedIn - Mark Smith

Mark on Twitter - @MarkSmithWriter

 

 

Nov 23, 2016

 

In this episode, I am delighted to talk to Stuart Coulson.

 

Stuart has been involved in the information security industry for many years and has extensive experience and expertise of working with major corporations and assisting them with relevant online protection plans and security solutions.

His current role at the Challenge sees him working with organisations to complement their existing strategies to fill the cyber skills gap.

Stuart's 2016 Conference Survival Guide

Javvad Malik and Thom Langford Presentation Skills Video

Catwatching (Desmond Morris)

At Large (David Freedman and Charles Mann)

Masters of Deception (Michele Slatalla)

Sneakers (DVD)

Hackers (DVD)

Stuart's website - Hiddentext.co.uk

Stuart on Twitter - @SPCoulson

Nov 18, 2016

In this episode, I am delighted to chat to Dr. Daniel Dresner. 

Daniel's LinkedIn profile tells us he is a consulting research analyst and lecturer. His mission is to find the threads that bind information together and mend them when they break.  He contributed material to the Cyber Essentials and worked with a colleague to define the only real benchmark of cyber security. Being a proud father and grandfather motivated him to define 'The Green Surf Code'.

Daniel on LinkedIn - Dr Daniel Dresner

Daniel on Twitter - Dr Daniel Dresner

 

Nov 14, 2016

In this episode, I am delighted to be chatting to Sarah Clarke.  

Sarah is a well known privacy and security blogger armed with over 15 years practical experience. After a business degree she tried out a few roles before finding IT. Since then she has worked across many sectors in IT Security, Information Security, Cybersecurity Governance, Risk, & Compliance and more recently Data Protection and Privacy.
She now works as a Privacy Architect For Privasee Ltd (the UK arm of Privasee AB, Sweden). Developer and supplier of practical GDPR and Data Protection compliance solutions. 
 

Through her blog and speaking engagements she's become known as a pragmatic, straightforward, and entertaining commentator on a wide range of security and privacy topics. Her self-proclaimed aim is to make security and privacy make business sense. In particular getting past the 'what' to the 'how' so concrete steps can be made to improve the quality of data life for everyone.

 

Sarah on Twitter - @TrialByTruth

Sarah's Infospective website - http://infospectives.co.uk 

Privasee website - http://www.privasee.eu

 

Nov 3, 2016

 

On this episode I am delighted to be joined by Tracy Maleeff, she is the owner of an independent research business, Sherpa Intelligence LLC. She was most recently the Library Resources Manager at Duane Morris LLP in Philadelphia. She earned her MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh and has undergraduate degrees from both Temple University (magna cum laude) and the Pennsylvania State University. She is a Fellow of the Special Libraries Association, received the Dow Jones Innovate Award and the Wolters Kluwer Law & Business Innovations in Law Librarianship Award.  Through her new role with Sherpa Intelligence, Tracy provides research and social media consulting, with a focus on tech and information security. She contributes to the security portal Peerlyst and is active with the Women's Society of Cyberjutsu.

To follow and learn more about Tracy's work see the links below.

Tracy's Site - http://sherpaintel.com 

Tracy on Twitter - @Infosecsherpa

Don't forget, to get in touch with me either try the contact page of the site or follow me on Twitter, where I can be found at @Jenny_Radcliffe

 

Nov 3, 2016

Graham Cluley

In this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Graham Cluley. Graham Cluley is a security blogger, researcher, and public speaker. He has been a well-known figure in the computer security industry since
the early 1990s when he wrote the first ever version of Dr. Solomon's Anti-Virus Toolkit for Windows.

To follow and learn more about Graham's work see the links below.

Graham's Blog - https://www.grahamcluley.com/

Graham on Twitter - @gcluley

Don't forget, to get in touch with me either try the contact page of the site or follow me on Twitter, where I can be found at @Jenny_Radcliffe

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