Security Nation is a podcast dedicated to celebrating the champions in the cybersecurity community who are advancing security in their own ways. We also cover the latest developments in infosec that you should know about.
Steve Micallef of SpiderFoot on Open-Source Intelligence
In this episode of Security Nation, Jen and Tod chat with Steve Micallef about SpiderFoot, the open-source intelligence tool of which he is the creator and founder.
Phillip Maddux on HoneyDB, the Open-Source Honeypot Data Project
In this episode of Security Nation, Jen and Tod chat with Phillip Maddux about his project HoneyDB, a site that pulls data together from honeypots around the world in a handy, open-source format.
Omer Akgul and Richard Roberts on YouTube VPN Ads
In this episode of Security Nation, Jen and Tod chat with academics Omer Akgul and Richard Roberts about their recent paper, “Investigating Influencer VPN Ads on YouTube.”
Jim O’Gorman and g0tmi1k on Kali Linux
In this episode of Security Nation, Jen and Tod sit down with Jim O’Gorman and Ben “g0tmi1k” Wilson of Offensive Security to chat about Kali Linux and open-source security.
Whitney Merrill on the Crypto & Privacy Village (and the Latest in Data Privacy)
In this episode of Security Nation, Jen and Tod chat with Whitney Merrill, Data Protection Officer at Asana, about her work on the Crypto & Privacy Village and data privacy more broadly.
Kate Stewart on Open-Source Projects at the Linux Foundation
In this episode of Security Nation, Jen and Tod chat with Kate Stewart, VP of Dependable Embedded Systems at the Linux Foundation, about the open-source security projects she’s working on.
A security podcast!
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I make this podcast and it’s great
Nope, this isn’t an astroturf review, because I’ll come right out and say that I’m one half of the hosts. But which one? Impossible to say. Anyway, I love making this podcast, and if you enjoy it and want me to keep doing it, leave a review and a rating! Otherwise, eventually my employer will get wise that this is too much fun and not growing its audience fast enough, then I’ll have to move on to other probably less fun things. Or, worse, they’ll spend a bunch of money on getting paid ads to attract listeners and then we’ll have to put in product placement or something else that’s not punk rock. So leave ratings and reviews, tell your friends, and I can pretend that I’m not a sellout for just a little longer.
Great Big Picture & Tactical Balance
I love how Jen and Tod balance between security big picture topics around public policy and greater societal and greater good topics to more tactical topics like prioritizing risk in the enterprise. Always an insightful conversation with a perfect sprinkle of natural humor.