HPR3368: Infosec Podcasts Part 4 - Social Engineering Podcasts

 
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Special thanks to Thaj for sharing "Audio for Podcasting: Episode 2 - Equalization" (HPR3345 - http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=3345 ). I will be trying to apply some of his advice in this recording.

In case you have not heard my previous episodes, this introduction may be helpful. If you have already listened to my previous 3 episodes, I apologize for this sounding redundant.

Why am I recording this series?

As I reviewed the HPR List of Recommended Topics, "What podcasts you listen to" jumped off the screen at me.

I am passionate about information security

We desperately need people to fill infosec jobs in many different specialties, including

Security operations, engineering, & architecture

Governance Risk, & Compliance

Application Security

Security Education

More...

Infosec is a rapidly changing field, and it is critical to stay current

As a result I listen to TONS of infosec related podcasts

Because there are so many podcasts to list, I have broken them down into 6 different episodes based on topics:

  • Part 1 - News & Current Events
  • Part 2 - General Information Security
  • Part 3 - Career & Personal Development
  • Part 4 - Social Engineering
  • Part 5 -
    • Hacks & Attacks
    • Technical Information & Learning
    • Infosec Community / Social / History
  • Part 6 - Infosec Leadership

Part 4

Social Engineering

Note: Social Engineering has a special place in my heart. In a previous life, I developed and ran the security awareness program for a large organization. I based the program on many of the threats we experienced on a daily basis, and the challenges users encountered, and sometimes fell for. As a result, much of the material addressed detecting and reporting social engineering attacks.

  • Hacking Humans - Dave Bittner & Joe Kerrigan – Sponsored by Know B4 (Weekly)
    A weekly podcast about social engineering
    https://thecyberwire.com/podcasts/hacking-humans.html

  • The Social Engineer Podcast - Chris Hadnagy & social-engineer.org (Was Monthly, increasing frequency)
    A deep dive into the science, psychology, and application of social engineering
    Chris also runs the Social engineering Village at Defcon.
    Books:

  • The PRIVACY, SECURITY, & OSINT Show – Michael Bazzell (Weekly)
    Michael Bazzell books:

    • Open Source Intelligence Techniques (Just released 8th Edition)
    • Extreme Privacy (3rd Edition)
      Ideas to help you become digitally invisible, stay secure from cyber threats, and make you a better online investigator
      https://www.inteltechniques.com/podcast.html

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