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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: December, 2019
Dec 20, 2019

James Linton is a Threat Researcher, but is more commonly known as the Email Prankster™ who has a long list of people who have fallen for his online approaches. 

Listen to James and Jenny chat about how such work is carried out and the effort that is put into the initial contact and keeping the ruse going, whilst it is live. 

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To learn more about what he has done, click this link to his website

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Dec 13, 2019

Dr Martina Dove is a psychology researcher who has investigated fraud prevention, fraud vulnerability, persuasion, gullibility and scam techniques.

Jenny and Martina discuss scams, frauds, the victims and perpetrators, diving into why and how people fall victim with cognitive bias playing an important role.

To read more about Dr Martina's work, click here to visit her site.

To follow Dr Martina on LinkedIn, click the link here.

To follow Dr Martina on Twitter, click the link here.

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Dec 6, 2019

Matthew has a wealth of experience of information governance, in aspects such as developing risk registers, incident response plans, deploying awareness campaigns and vulnerability scans. 

Matthew's experience comes from his time in the military, where he was deployed in Iraq, and higher education. Matthew has an ethos of continual learning, both formally and informally, having completed his MSc and PhD at Salford University. Currently he is working on a MBA, investigating the use of the term 'human error' when it comes to cyber security. 

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