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Human Factor Security

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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Jan 25, 2019

Aubrey works with teams across the business to provide greater opportunities for everyone to join Atlassian and do the best work of their lives there. Her work spans the talent lifecycle from increasing access to technical education for underrepresented minorities through recruiting, retention, and advancement of all Atlassians. She relies heavily on empirical social science in her work, and has developed a new team-level paradigm for external diversity reporting. She believes that leading with empathy is the key to driving meaningful, sustainable change and creating highly effective teams.

 
In all areas of her work, she seeks to design effective interventions, programs, and talent practices that create equal opportunities for all Atlassians, and for the global tech industry. She is heavily involved in multiple industry groups seeking to define new standards for company transparency, reporting, and investment in diversity & inclusion. She is an advisor to SheStarts, a Sydney-based accelerator focused exclusively on supporting female founders, BeVisible, and Joonko. She is the co-founder of Sycamore, a community aiming to fix the VC funding gap for underrepresented founders.
 
Aubrey's talk, How Atlassian Is Building A Balanced Team
 
Thinking Fast and Slow (Daniel Kahneman)
 
Becoming (Michelle Obama)
 
Monetizing Innovation (Madhavan Ramanujam and Georg Tacke)
 
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Jan 18, 2019

Richard De Vere

We catch up with the previous guest, Richard De Vere, on the changes to the Anti-Social Engineer business and the state of the industry. 

Richard De Vere is the Principal Consultant for The AntiSocial Engineer Ltd, he has an extensive background in penetration testing and social engineering assessments, including ‘red team’ exercises and information gathering assessments for financial institutions and some of the UK’s largest companies.

Richard's Site - The AntiSocial Engineer Ltd

Richard on Twitter - @antisocial_eng

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Jan 11, 2019

 

Neil is a veteran information security professional and data protection and privacy expert. He holds more than 20 years of experience in the information security industry with 15 years experience as a leading security practitioner for organisations like Deutsche Bank, Swiss Re and Camelot Group before spending the past five years as Deputy CISO for Forcepoint.

Neil is a member of the ENISA Threat Landscape stakeholder group where he contributes to the EU agency program alongside CERTs to position the threat landscape, offer mitigation advice and threat analysis innovation. He is also co-founder and board member of the Security Advisor Alliance, a not-for-profit organisation formed to help security leaders in their role, engage and support interest in the infosec industry and offer advice and tools to move organisations towards improved risk and data-centric strategies.

Link to Netskope CSO Team

Link to Security Advisor Alliance

Link to Neurodiversity

Link to ENISA Threat Landscape

Link to CSA EMEA Advisory Board

Link to Security 2025 

Link to The Economy of Ideas by John Perry Barlow

Alan Turning: The Enigma (Andrew Hodges) 

Cryptonomicon (Neal Stephenson)

Superintelligence (Nick Bostrom)

Cybernetics (Norbert Wiener)

European Data Protection: Law and Practice (Eduardo Ustaran)

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