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The RSA hosts one of the world’s leading public events programmes, delivering over 100 lectures, talks, screenings and debates a year. These events provide a platform for our most exciting public thinkers, and encourage intelligent exploration of today’s most urgent social challenges. Our public programme welcomes speakers from across the world and across disciplines – all united by a belief in the power of ideas to inspire and motivate social change.
 
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Welcome To The Intersection Of Technology, Cybersecurity, And Society. Join our podcast conversations as we journey into the past, the present, and the future, and explore the relationship between technology and humanity. Together we are going to find out what it means to live in a society where everything is connected, and the only constant is change. Knowledge is power — now more than ever. ITSPmagazine is a free online publication that focuses on technology and the influence that it has o ...
 
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Youth populations across Sub-Saharan African countries are growing at rapid rates compared to other countries globally. With more than 42% of the population under 14 years old, Nigeria is one of the youngest countries in the world. This sharp population shift is ushering in a thriving culture of innovation and disrupting societal norms as more youn…
 
We are thrilled to kick off our event coverage for our first Chats On The Road to RSA Conference 2022 with our good friends to us to give the latest and greatest for what we can expect at this year's event. Listen in to hear more about the theme, venue, sessions, speakers, expo hall, community event, and so much more. And, yes, we decided to captur…
 
About a quarter of a century may not seem like much from a human history perspective. Sill, in the computer gaming industry, this timeframe represents seriously different technological and cultural ages. Let’s explore them. In this episode, Marco & Sean merge technology and storytelling into the perfect media: gaming. They do this with two people w…
 
For our second Chats On The Road to RSA Conference 2022, we talk about a critical cybersecurity initiative led by the World Economic Forum and the Cyber Threat Alliance. It is about mapping the cybercrime ecosystem and its corresponding panel during this year's conference. Sean and Marco are honored to introduce and tease this important upcoming se…
 
In this new episode of KnightLife, I unbox the new PTZOptics 30X-SDI Gen 2 Live Streaming Broadcast Camera and Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Switch for building the ultimate live stream tech stack! I also present a detailed architecture diagram for how it will all be connected in my upcoming live streams at RSA Conference 2022. __________________________…
 
Mentor and former IT directory Mark Harvey shares his story and path from IT to cybersecurity. Mark took a non traditional approach to getting into cybersecurity through popular well known hands on learning resources to go from IT director to cybersecurity consultant. _______________________ Guest Mark Harvey Security Engineer at Alias On LinkedIn …
 
GRC is comprised of the ethical management of an organization combined with the organization’s ability to identify, quantify, and manage risk, along with the ability to demonstrate compliance for these things in connection with internal, industry, and regulatory standards, frameworks, and requirements. If defined, implemented, and managed correctly…
 
At an early age, Daniel Hall was fortunate to discover his creative outlet within software development. Coming from an abusive orphanage home to teaching coding to college students at the age of 13 to hacking the app, Clubhouse. Dan has dedicated 45 years to the technology field but beyond that, he provides a powerful voice in our industry. Join us…
 
Learn how BlackGirlsHack is making a difference by providing cybersecurity resources and training to black girls and women to obtain their dream careers. Hear from the Executive Director and Chairwoman at BlackGirlsHack, Tennisha Martin, on how to get involved in the mission. ______________________________ Guest Tennisha Martin Executive Director &…
 
Some say that nobody wants war, and yet here we are. They are different because technology has changed, but they still suck. Is there a clear distinction between cyber and kinetic warfare? Does it even matter? What can we learn about it from this war in Ukraine? Despite the distinction between different kinds of war for headlines and panel conversa…
 
Jennifer an Air Force vet, mom, and electrical engineer shares her journey into offensive security. Jennifer shares her struggles starting a career in offensive security. Not only is she a mother of three and she is the mother of a neurodiverse son. Jennifer tells how she used a targeted approach to networking and job hunting. _____________________…
 
Creating machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms for chatbots and robots is no laughing matter. Or is it? Our guests, Sarah Rose Siskind and Carolyn Ayers, think that laughter is a critical element in making machine-based systems function and act more like humans. What does that actually mean, though? That's what we want to find out…
 
On this episode of Focal Point, Angela dives deep into some of the personal aspects of working in a cybersecurity role with AppSec Engineer, Cara Zissman. While we all have different experiences on different teams, in different roles, there are many underlying issues that we have to keep in mind in order to maintain our well-being and be our best. …
 
Language is powerful, and often political. With ‘free speech’ debates dominating the so-called culture wars, and hate speech finding new outlets online, we must consider the impact of how words are used, and understand how language both binds and frees us. How does language act as a frame of reference for what we treat as important? What does this …
 
How can an industry have so much data and information yet still lack the knowledge necessary to make quick, meaningful, impactful decisions? There could be many reasons, but one is no longer a missing intelligence-sharing platform. In this second chapter of our conversation with CrowdSec CEO, Philippe Humeau, we invite The Hacker Maker, Phillip Wyl…
 
Everything is interconnected. We need to turn around and face the bear together, instead of working against each other when it comes to cybersecurity. The old adage of "If a bear is chasing you, you just need to run faster than the other person(s) being chased" no longer applies. Caroline Wong and Sounil Yu talk about how we can do better and help …
 
In this episode, Alyssa talks to "the other Alissa" about speaking at cybersecurity conferences, preparing a novel talk for your call-for-papers (CFP) submission, and the value of telling these stories to audiences everywhere even if you don't think anyone would be interested. ________________________________ It is a podcast, yes, but you can join …
 
Christoff's professional career includes Unix and Linux administration, and software development, but his passion was hacking. Christoff shares how he pivoted from a system engineer during difficult COVID times. During his education journey to become a pentester he earned the OSCP certification. His networking skills paid off and helped him land a …
 
We live in a world of tumultuous change, in which democracy is in retreat, geopolitical risks are multiplying, the climate crisis is accelerating and the pandemic continues to shape our world. Societies need to learn how to seize and shape new solutions. Yet, we come to these challenges with the historic patterns of gender disadvantage still marrin…
 
Why is the sky blue? How come there are no more dinosaurs? Are we there yet? Why do we spend money on space exploration? On this podcast, we will not answer the first two questions, but we will discuss the fourth one extensively. As far as the third one goes, well, it depends where you want to go. Join our returning guest Matthew Williams and us as…
 
When news of every catastrophe – a war, an earthquake, a terrorist attack – can reach across the world in a matter of moments, we can hardly fathom the human impact. We wonder: in these worst of moments, how do people find the strength to come together, pick up the pieces, and begin to heal? Lucy Easthope has spent her life at the edges of disaster…
 
Sean found the Internet on the Internet, Marco found it in his garden, but Professor Justin Smith will explain to us that maybe we didn’t “find” or “invented” it all. The Internet could have always been present around us, and the latest technological achievements are nothing more than a natural extension of our humanity. “Ranging over centuries of …
 
David Cross has to balance both engineering and business priorities. He teaches us how to get veterans involved in cybersecurity, how to grow & pivot your career, and the ways to establish influence. As CISO for Oracle SaaS, David Cross has to balance both engineering and business priorities. He joins Tech Done Different to teach us how to get vete…
 
Jax and Erika sit down for a long-awaited chat with the one and only, “Haunted Hacker,” Mike Jones. Mike shares his journey in the dark arts, his involvement with Anonymous, and lessons learned from a career dedicated to hacking. We tap into topics like the Colonial Pipeline, ransomware, our critical infrastructure; and to spice things up, Mike jus…
 
The rise of digitalization has led to more interconnected rail systems. While this has propelled forward our trains and metros at some seriously high speed, it has also dramatically expanded the threat landscape. In response, governments around the world are racing to implement measures that promote technological advancements for these rail systems…
 
In this episode, Alyssa talks to Andy Ellis about presenting security to the business in a way that encourages them to participate. ________________________________ It is a podcast, yes, but you can join us as we record each episode live on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Youtube. Live, Every Wednesday at 1pm PDT | 4pm EDT (USA) | The Recorded Pod…
 
Andrew Lemon is not your typical pentester or red teamer. His skills go beyond the digital realm and into the physical. Andrew experience covers a lot of domains in the offensive realm. In this episode he shares his journey into offensive cybersecurity and his advice. Andrew's philosophy in summary is to understand the exploits and how they work, n…
 
Consumers worry about sharing data online, yet most feel they have “no choice” but to share their data if they want to use online services. It's a catch 22 — and it is not a bus. Trust is waning. A majority of consumers, globally, say that trust in the many digital service providers’ ability to keep their personal data secure has decreased over the…
 
Whether we are leaning in or wanting to change our career into cyber, we always need someone who can champion us. Learnt something new and finding it hard to apply it to your job? Or are you wanting to switch to a career in cyber but not sure where to start? Here are some quick tips shared by our cyber siblings: Read articles, journals on the topic…
 
Learn about the conference that is committed to helping the underrepresented in Information Security. The Diana Initiative features multiple speaker tracks, fully expanded villages with hands-on workshops, career support, and a CTF. ______________________________ Guest Cheryl Biswas Advisor & Founding Member of The Diana Initiative [@DianaInitiativ…
 
Positive cultural and societal changes do not happen in a day, but they need to start somewhere, and indeed they do not happen by magic. Education is a key driver that can promote, facilitate, and speed up such changes. Contact of different societies, technological evolution, and geographical and ecological factors can initiate societal changes tha…
 
Former special agent John Toney joins Tech Done Different to provide insights gleaned from the Secret Service, and how he applies those insights now as a Global CISO in the private sector. You'll learn how protecting a US President is pretty much the same as protecting your digital assets, as well as how to build teams, foster culture, and so much …
 
Your organization has precious resources all over the place: on-premises in the data center on servers and in databases; in the office, at home, on the road on desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile phones, and smart devices; in the cloud inside containers, applications, and a variety of storage services. Assuming you have identified and verified the p…
 
The Hacker Book Club is a book club focusing on books for hackers, by hackers, and about hackers & hacking (along with some sci-fi). Now, we bring you the Hacker Book Club Podcast! For episode 1 we brought you a special founders' review of the books we've read and authors we've spoken to over the course of the book club's first year. Listen in as C…
 
When it comes to implementing efficient and effective information security programs, higher education institutions can use all the help they can get. That's where the RRCoP community comes in. In today's episode, our guests, Carolyn Ellis, Erik Deumens, and Michael Parisi talk through the goals of the RRCoP community and the impact is has on the hi…
 
Aryan Sharma (@aryxnsharma) on leveraging Web3, building in public, and a page from the book of game theory—the signal behind the layers of complexity and hype. Aryan Sharma is a 17-year-old builder and hacker in Web3. He’s also previously built two small startups in the education and hyper-local jobs space, and posts his thoughts on Twitter to ove…
 
Alex endured a lot of hardships including abusive family life but overcame them to become a web app pentester. Alex's hardships stemmed from an abusive family life. He was homeless and he dropped out of high school, but he had an escape through technology and gaming. Self taught he went on to educate himself, and get employed in IT. He now works as…
 
In this episode, Alyssa talks to Simon Maple about dev adoption and empowerment, security champions teams, and much, much more. ________________________________ It is a podcast, yes, but you can join us as we record each episode live on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Youtube. Live, Every Wednesday at 1pm PDT | 4pm EDT (USA) | The Recorded Podcast…
 
We all want to be happy but do we know how? Most of all, do we even know what true happiness is? We are going to talk about this, and get some tips on the matter from The Happiness Engineer himself: Dr. Ali Binazir. The truth is that we started this podcast with the idea to talk about something else “How to be a charismatic speaker” but we got fasc…
 
Cryptography is now everywhere in the online world; but how do we know that it’s doing its job properly? Security of “messaging systems” like WhatsApp, Telegram, Signal, etc. How do they work? What security do they offer? How do we know they're any good? And those are just a few questions for today's reality where we tend to trust that the cryptogr…
 
The debate around whether we should eat animals has historically been the domain of an ethically minded minority, but with the recent surge in vegetarianism and veganism, it is now posed every day on restaurant menus, on supermarket shelves and at the family dinner table. This dietary shift has re-awoken age-old questions, concerns and contradictio…
 
Entrepreneurial legend, Richard Thalheimer, joins Tech Done Different to teach us the many things he learned by starting and growing The Sharper Image. You'll learn: how to adapt to disruptive technology why it's common for people to say No (hint: it's safe) why to execute "management by opportunity" why you should talk about your idea to everyone …
 
Why don't we have a Federal Privacy law and how can we just knock it out? Lauren Zabierek and Tatyana Bolton have a plan and are pushing for THIS to be the year the US takes the Data Privacy leap! _______________________ Guests Lauren Zabierek Director, Cyber Security Project at Harvard's Belfer Center [@BelferCenter | @belfercyber] (Policy Researc…
 
Have you found your noble purpose? Elizabeth is a VP of client services, a consultant, a LinkedIn Learning Instructor, mentor, and an author. Join us for this engaging conversation around what it means to find your noble purpose, how to empower your employees, and a dive into the “Great Resignation” and how our workforce has been impacted by the pa…
 
This isn't just a story about a company and what they do. This is a story about using your previous experiences and pursuing your passion to help others, which is exactly what Greg Ake and Rob Noeth have done. Greg and Rob have a goal of helping to reduce security risk for everyone, not just themselves or their employers, but for other organization…
 
The Metaverse, VR, XR, and much of the social technology we are developing today can and should be used for good. We have an ample opportunity to use it for good or look back one day and regret we didn’t. In this conversation, we spoke about what is the driving force that is leading the commercialization of VR, XR, and the Metaverse, but also all t…
 
What if every bedtime was a powerful inspiration for your child's future and the future of humanity? Author Brett Hoffstadt and illustrator Steve Tanaka come from a long Aerospace careers. Their new mission is to inspire young kids everywhere to look up to the night sky and dream of a future where their contribution will help humanity inhabit our m…
 
In this episode, Alyssa talks to Jeff Man about everything from three letter agencies to three letter compliance programs. They discuss the business value of compliance, how it can be used to drive better messaging, and where we fall short in risk discussions in particular. ________________________________ It is a podcast, yes, but you can join us …
 
Petar came to the US with his parents at a young age from Bulgaria, due to his father's hopes for a better life for his family. Petar, the son of a professional acrobat, had an interest in technology at an early age and followed his passion. He now works in threat intelligence. _______________________ Guest Petar Lachkov Threat Intelligence Analyst…
 
Today’s energy sector is grappling with an unprecedented price crisis whilst also looking out on an ambitious journey to deliver Net Zero by 2050. This period of recovery and transformation will have a huge impact on households, businesses, and industries, potentially requiring substantial financial investment and behaviour change from us all. With…
 
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