A Conversation with John Hammond: Hands-On Hacking

A Conversation with John Hammond: Hands-On Hacking

In this episode, Mike welcomes John Hammond, a cybersecurity researcher, educator, and content creator. Join us as they break down the hard work, grit, and patience required to become a hacker, much different from the fantasy world portrayed in TV and movies.

A Conversation with Joshua Motta: The Future of Cyber Insurance

A Conversation with Joshua Motta: The Future of Cyber Insurance

In this episode, Mike welcomes Joshua Motta, CEO and Co-founder of Coalition, a cyber insurance company. Join us they talk about the ins and outs of cyber insurance. How does it work? How is it different from traditional insurance? Joshua talks about Coalition’s brand of insurance as “active insurance,” providing broader coverage for all of the ways technology can go wrong in your organization.

A Conversation with Kareem Zaki: Investing in Healthcare Cybersecurity

A Conversation with Kareem Zaki: Investing in Healthcare Cybersecurity

In this episode, Mike welcomes Kareem Zaki, General Partner with Thrive Capital. Join us as they discuss the importance of investing in healthcare cybersecurity as healthcare is quickly becoming the #1 breached industry. Also, Mike drops the big news of Scope Security’s $20 million Series A funding led by Thrive Capital.

A Conversation with IppSec: Learning To Think Like A Hacker

A Conversation with IppSec: Learning To Think Like A Hacker

Mike welcomes hacker enthusiast IppSec, currently working at HackTheBox. Join us as they discuss the importance of understanding how hackers think to defend and withstand attacks. In his training videos, IppSec prefers to go beyond methodology and encourage critical thinking and reasoning when approaching hacking, noting hackers have to go beyond the apparent.

A Conversation With Wolfgang Goerlich: Security Doesn’t Have to Be the Department of No

A Conversation With Wolfgang Goerlich: Security Doesn't Have to Be the Department of No

In this episode, Mike welcomes Wolfgang Goerlich aka “Wolf” Advisory CISO at Cisco. Join us they discuss the tendency within security to disregard the human element leading to a lack of adhering to security protocols and working around those protocols. When this happens, we see a correlation to a human need not being met. If that is understood and considered, the result is the development of much better security products all around.