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Episode 67: Scott McGready

On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Scott McGready, who is a consultant focusing on scams, hacks, cyber security, and fraud. Scott regularly appears as a guest expert on television and radio discussing scams and fraud. He

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Episode 66: Dr. Andrea Cullen

On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Dr. Andrea Cullen, who is Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at the University of Bradford. Andrea has developed a radicalization framework, that uses a stepwise approach to radicalization. Organisations and

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Episode 65: Karissa Breen

In this episode, I am pleased to interview the brilliant Karissa Breen the Founder of KBI, an engineered marketing agency that assists cyber security, tech start-ups and established tech businesses to exponentially grow. I love Karissa’s content and advice and her

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Episode 64: Kevin Williams

Kevin has years of experience from working law enforcement and private industry to enable him to help individuals and organisations protect themselves from threats on the internet.   Kevin was the lead law enforcement advisor to the UK Govenrment for

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Episode 63: Unsung Heroes Awards

This episode asks for the help of the infosec community to vote for their choices in the 2018 “Unsung Heroes” awards at Security Serious with Eskenzi. Yvonne Eskenzi explains the philosophy behind the awards which celebrate those working in cyber

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Episode 62: Emma Wright

On this episode I am delighted to be joined by Emma Wright, who is a commercial lawyer and Partner at Kemp Little, specialising in emerging tech, cyber, data, AI and diversity in those areas.  By using her skill and experience

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Episode 61: Will Tarkington

On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Will Tarkington, who is a Director of Threat Response. Will is a psychological social engineer, he is able to use the skills learned through studying hypnosis techniques, micro-expressions, emotions and how

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Episode 60: Emily Overton

Emily Overton uses her skills in influencing and negotiating to help make the issues with records management understandable to all stakeholders. Her enthusiasm helps bring, what could be considered a dry topic, to life.  With her years of experience, as

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Episode 59: Bryan Campbell

On this episode, I am delighted to be joined by Bryan Campbell, who works for Proofpoint as a Senior Threat Analyst. As a Senior Threat Analyst at Proofpoint, he is able to articulate detailed technical information to all levels of knowledge and

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Episode 58: Sarah Clarke

Making a return visit to the show, Sarah Clarke, a well-known privacy and security blogger armed with over 15 years practical experience, talks to me in the run-up to the supposed deadline of GDPR.  Sarah helps to explain what it is

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