Ed Skoudis is the founder of the SANS Penetration Testing Curriculum and Counter Hack; leads the team that builds NetWars, Holiday Hack, and CyberCity; and serves on the Board for the SANS Technology Institute and RSA. Ed has taught upwards of 20,000 security professionals globally and his contributions to information security have had an immense impact on the community.
Rebecca Herold, also known as The Privacy Professor, has over 25 years of experience in system engineering, information security privacy, and compliance. She has authored 19 books, been a member of the Mist Cyber Security IOT Development Team, and was an adjunct professor for Norwich University’s Masters of Science in Information and Security and Assurance Program.
Jake Moore is a cybersecurity specialist for ESET, Europe’s number one internet security and anti-virus company. In 2016, he was asked to implement cybersecurity advisers in order to make local communities more aware of ever-increasing cybersecurity threats. Jake shares many experiences working in digital forensics and cybersecurity. We also discuss simple things you can do to keep cybercriminals away and social media accounts safe.
Our guest for this episode is James Kettle. James is the Director of Research at PortSwigger Web Security where he explores new ways to attack websites and designs and refines vulnerability detection techniques. On today’s episode, James shares his expertise to help you be more aware of possible red flags and prevention measures to take to protect yourself and your website.
The S in HTTPS doesn’t always mean safe. In this episode, I talk with Casey Crane about trust and encryption. We discussed many practical ways for you to avoid being a victim of a scam. Prevention, and knowledge can help stop many attacks before they even begin.