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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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Now displaying: September, 2019
Sep 27, 2019

Omri is a malware researcher and threat intelligence expert with global experience in military, industrial, intelligence, communication and financial organisations. He is also an entrepreneur and public speaker. 

Listen in as we find out just how young he was when he first started to learn to program, how work ethic is important and that we should all be more considerate when thinking about sharing information as there could be wider implication to our actions. 

To follow Omri on LinkedIn, click the link here.

To follow Omri on Twitter, click the link here.

To watch Omri's talk at BSides Liverpool, click the link here.

Zero to One (Blake Masters) 

The Hard Thing About Hard Things (Ben Horowitz) 

Ghost (Kevin Mitnick) 

The Art of Deception (Kevin Mitnick)

V For Vendetta (Alan Moore)

Ghost in the Shell 

Don't forget you can also follow Jenny on Twitter by clicking the link here

 

Sep 23, 2019

The Tin Foil Hats Club returns for its fifth episode. In this edition Jenny chats with Cary Hendricks and Stuart Coulson to discuss grab bags, yellowhammer, Halloween costumes and how the recent social media "preparedness" campaign by emergency services may have raised more questions about possible incoming emergencies ahead of the 31st October, than it managed to resolve.  

What should go in a grab bag?

What do we do when the "network goes down"

What sort of emergency are government expecting?

Do we all need to head to The Winchester, have a pint and wait for this whole thing to blow over?

Not so much a Tin Foil Hat required as much as a Sombrero....

To follow Cary on Twitter, click the link here

To follow Stuart on Twitter, click the link here

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  

Sep 13, 2019

Kim writes about cybersecurity for Tripwire, AT&T Cybersecurity, Venafi, and Cylance's blogs. She also writes for Peerlyst. In the past Kim has contributed to Infosecurity Magazine, Threatpost, Comodo's blog, CCSI's blog, CSO, CIO, Computerworld, Hacker Noon, The Threat Report, and 2600 Magazine.

Listen in as Jenny and Kim discuss early years tech support, writing and deep fakes. 

To read the Deep Fake Peerlyst article by Kim, click the link here

To follow Kim on Twitter, click the link here.

To view Kim's LinkedIn page, click the link here.

Don't forget you can also follow Jenny on Twitter by clicking the link here

 

Sep 9, 2019

Neil Morrin is the co-ordinator for Ignite Liverpool, an evening of talks in a similar vein to TED and Pecha Kucha events but only 5 minutes long.

Ignite Liverpool is only the “local branch” of a much larger network of Ignites spanning the Globe.

Jenny has been speaking to the Ignite Liverpool Team and can announce that the next event will have a distinctly infosec and hacker flavour. 

Listen in as you learn what the ethos is behind the Ignite events, when this event is and how you need to submit a talk application. 

Mark your diaries for Monday 18 November 18:00 - 21:00 Leaf Cafe, 65-67, Bold St, Liverpool L1 4EZ

To find out how to apply click the Ignite Liverpool link here.

To find out how to book tickets to the event click the link here.   

To follow Ignite Liverpool on Twitter click the link here

Don't forget you can also follow Jenny on Twitter by clicking the link here.

Sep 6, 2019

In the fourth of this semi-regular series, the Tin Foil Hats Club, Jenny chats with Kate O'Flaherty, Philip Ingram MBE and Ian Thornton-Trump to discuss voter fraud protection, bad actors and how we all need to be better at managing our cyber footprint. 

To read U.S. Government Confirms Plan To Defend 2020 Election Against Cyberattacks article by Kate click the link. 

To read Trump Administration Moves To Reauthorise NSA’s Controversial Spying Program article also by Kate click the link. 

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  

Sep 3, 2019

Jenny chats with Steve Lord, co-founder of 44CON about the origins of the event, the idea behind it and what's coming up at the ILEC in London. 

The training is taking place between 9 - 11th September 2019 and the conference is taking place between 11 - 13th September 2019. 

To find out more and go book your ticket click the link to their website here

To follow 44CON on Twitter click the link here

To follow Steve Lord on Twitter click the link here

Don't forget you can also follow Jenny on Twitter by clicking the link here.

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