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From "In The News"

Sure, Deepfakes Are Real. Now What? | In The News With Jenny Radcliffe And Javvad Malik

By Marco Ciappelli & Sean Martin

Guests: Jenny Radcliffe and Javvad Malik

For today’s episode of In The News, we explore the world of fake stories, taking a deep (yes, pun intended) look at digital elements floating around the Internet and are referred to as “Deepfakes.”

While it’s no joke that deep fakes are real, the question is: how and where will you (we) be impacted today, tomorrow, and in the future? OK, one more question: at what scale will this affect us, and for how long? To answer these questions, Jenny and Javvad provide us with some real-world examples where cybercriminals are taking advantage of such technologies.

Have a listen and see if you will agree with us for some of the theories we have. Or let us know if you think about other angles that we might have missed. 🤔

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From "An InfoSec Life"

An InfoSec Life | A Conversation With Alissa Valentina Knight

By Marco Ciappelli and Sean Martin

"A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...."

I cannot think of a better way to start this intro chronicle to today's Episode. While it will become clear why this is the case as you listen to it, you will probably come to envision a movie made from this story. I sure saw one in my head while I was following along as Alissa was telling us about her many adventures.

The truth might be that I have quite an over sensitive imagination—nothing new there—but I really couldn't resist the impulse of pausing her long enough so I could grab a bucket of popcorn. I know it wasn't just me because Sean was listening quietly for a long time. If you know us, as you should by now, you are likely aware that for he and I, sitting quietly in the background is not an easy thing to do.

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From "Unusual Gatherings"

Conversations At The Intersection Of Technology, CyberSecurity, And Society

Amit Elazari | MK Palmore

This episode:
The Legal, Civil, Commercial, and Societal Pulse of CyberSecurity

If I had to take a bet before Hacker Summer Camp in Las Vegas 2019 I wouldn’t have put my money on “collaboration” being the topic that, more than anything, spontaneously came up during the many conversations we had. Sure, there were some hints from conversations we had prior to the event, and I was hoping that sooner than later it would become one of the core topics to leverage and improve the future of cybersecurity. However, I didn’t expect it to come this early and to present itself this strongly as a message throughout the whole week.

Throughout the conversation, it also became clear that cross-pollination of roles and careers is beneficial to all parties involved. While we got the chance to meet security professions that came from law, academia, and government roles during this specific Unusual Gathering conversation, I think it’s time to extend the conversation further by converging of all these diverse—sometimes opposite—points of view. It is that opportunity to collaborate that we must take advantage off.

Have a listen, discuss, think, and engage with others as much as you can.

We all win if we do.

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From "Mission Critical"

By Karen Worstell

In this episode (TWO), I am going to tell you a little bit of my backstory and how my #BeAnAlly moment shaped my role in the cybersecurity industry.

I will introduce the way archetypes can be used to help us understand our journey and I will share the meaning and significance of the Warrior Archetype as it is described by Edward Tick, PhD in his book “Warrior's Return: Restoring the Soul After War.”

I hope you will enjoy this podcast and find it useful,


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From "The Jenny Radcliffe Show"

Mike Winnet And Ian Darlington On The Jenny Radcliffe Talk Show | Episode Two

By Jenny Radcliffe

For this episode of the Jenny Radcliffe Talk Show on ITSPmagazine, we welcome Mike Winnet and Ian Darlington.

Mike Winnet and Ian Darlington run IAM productions, where they work on the “not another dickhead with a podcast” video podcast series. They have used this platform to explore the world of “contrapreneurs” aiming to expose those entrepreneurial gurus who promise “get-rich-quick” formulas to those who would invest in their products.

Putting their money where their mouths are, they have invested in courses, bought products and attended seminars that claim to show people what they need to do to become successful in the world of social media, property investment and crypto-currency amongst other schemes.

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