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Conversations with the smartest people in tech. An irregular, interview-style podcast by the Editorial Team at HackerNoon.com ⚡

    Live Action NFTs, Character IP, and Alien Conjecture with Paul Wight (The Big Show), Neil Stevenson-Moore & David Smooke

    Live Action NFTs, Character IP, and Alien Conjecture with Paul Wight (The Big Show), Neil Stevenson-Moore & David Smooke

    How will digital collectibles affect film production and fan engagement? Paul Wight (formerly known as The Big Show) and entrepreneur Neil Stevenson-Moore join HackerNoon founder David Smooke to discuss ComicCon, hotel pseudonyms, GenZeroes, Netflix trends, the high probability of alien life, and more on the HackerNoon podcast. 
    Related video clips:
    The Big Show Used to Stay in Hotels as Richard Kimble From "The Fugitive"
    Tech Shortcuts in SciFi Storytelling: "Science Fiction Becomes Science Fact Pretty Quick"
    How Netflix Could Use NFTs and Why ComicCon Calls Them Digital Collectibles
    What Would The Big Show Would Tell Aliens About Humanity?
    The Big Show Wishes He Wrestled as Paul Wight, and More Character IP Ownership Insights
    FULL INTERVIEW WITH PAUL WIGHT, NEAL STEVENSON-MOORE AND DAVID SMOOKE
    Learn more about his new project GenZeroes: https://www.genzeroes.com/
    Learn more about HackerNoon! https://hackernoon.com
    And about the host --- HackerNoon Founder & CEO David Smooke --- https://hackernoon.com/about/David

    • 49 min
    Discussing Crypto, NFT, and Web3 Scams with HackerNoon

    Discussing Crypto, NFT, and Web3 Scams with HackerNoon

    In this episode, David Smooke (Hacker noon Founder & CEO) and Utsav Jaiswal (Vice President Of Business Development) held a discussion about security vulnerabilities crypto and NFTS. They talk about rug pulls, exploitation of platforms (Axie Infinity and Opeansea) by hackers, phishing attacks, and fake exchanges among other issues.
     
    On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast:
    03:38 – What are the current scams around crypto & NFTs?
    04:30 – Does crypto need a custodian?
    09:30 – What are rugpulls?
    14:32 – What are the best worst Nft Scams of recent days?
    19:20 – ETH (Ethereum or Ethiopia?)
    21:51 – How do Fake Exchanges operate?
    25:07 – How will the crypto industry evolve in the coming decade?
    29:33 – Will crypto bring back barter trade?
     
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    Twitter: https://twitter.com/hackernoon
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/HackerNoon
     
    You can follow David's work at [hackernoon.com/u/David]
    (https://hackernoon.com/u/David)
    Follow Utsav’s work
    https://hackernoon.com/u/utsavjaiswal
     
    Read about crypto scams on Hackernoon;
    https://hackernoon.com/tagged/crypto-scams

    • 34 min
    Can We Protect Ourselves Against Zero-click Attacks?

    Can We Protect Ourselves Against Zero-click Attacks?

    If you’re still not scared of cybercriminals now, you might be after hearing about zero-click attacks from Cam Canales, a Cybersecurity Analyst at CDW 👀 Amy and Cam chat about zero-click attacks like the NGO Baharani attack, Jeff Bezos’ zero-click downfall (almost forgot he was even alive anymore 😜), and the WhatsApp Pegasus phone call attack. They also get into securing devices on and off your corporate network. 💚
     
    On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast:
    What is a zero-click attack? (03:35) 😱
    What did we learn from the NGO Baharani attack? (06:09) 🥺
    What layers of security do I need when I am dealing with sensitive information? (14:45) 📚
    What are CISOs most concerned with in 2022? (20:24) 😳
    How did organizations change their security strategy from working in office to working from home? (24:05) 🔄
    Who needs to be care about zero-click attacks? (30:00) 🙉
     
    ✨This episode is sponsored by Sonatype - the software supply chain security platform that reduces open source risk and minimizes exposure. Visit sonatype.com for more information. ✨
    Find Cam online:
    Connect with Cam on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cameroncanales/
     
    Learn more on HackerNoon:
    Read cybersecurity stories on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cybersecurity
    Read about cyber threats on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cyber-threats
     

    • 31 min
    Gathering Threat Intelligence to Strengthen Security

    Gathering Threat Intelligence to Strengthen Security

    Stand up and listen in, Hackers! Nour Fateen, a Sales Engineering Manager at Recorded Future, talks to Amy about threat intelligence. They chat about the Threat Intelligence Lifecycle process of gathering data, analyzing it, and using it to secure your organization.
     
    On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast:
    How did Nour get into cybersecurity? (02:00)
    Where do people start when they want to set up their security stack? (07:06)
    What kind of data do I need to gather to understand my organization’s state of security? (12:08)
    How can people who have a technical background learn about cybersecurity? (18:02)
    Wait, ransomware is a daily occurrence? (25:00)
    Do big organizations create a ransomware budget? (31:50)
     
    This episode is sponsored by Sonatype - the software supply chain security platform that reduces open source risk and minimizes exposure. Visit sonatype.com for more information.
     
    Find Nour online:
    Connect with Nour on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nour-fateen-04024776?originalSubdomain=uk
     
    Learn more on HackerNoon:
    Read cybersecurity stories on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cybersecurity
    Read about cyber threats on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cyber-threats
    Read about this story written by a student, Aleksei Grokhotov, on HackerNoon about Threat Intelligence: https://hackernoon.com/what-is-threat-intelligence-used-for
     

    • 34 min
    Discussing the Russia-Ukraine Cyber War with Eran Fine

    Discussing the Russia-Ukraine Cyber War with Eran Fine

    Amy chats with Eran Fine, the CEO and Co-founder of Nanolock Security, about the ongoing cyber war in Ukraine. They also chat about the history of Russian-Ukrainian cyber attacks, ransomware, the Colonial Pipeline attack, and more. 🇺🇦
     
    On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast:
    Who needs to care about ransomware? 😱
    Why is Ukraine not experiencing massive infrastructure-related cyber attacks - like what happened with Colonial Pipeline? ⛽️
    Who needs to be worried about cyber threats right now? 😫
    How can we prevent and mitigate such cyber attacks? 🥺
     
    This episode is sponsored by Sonatype - the software supply chain security platform that reduces open source risk and minimizes exposure. Visit sonatype.com for more information.
     
    Find Eran online:
    Connect with Eran on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eranfine/
     
    Learn more on HackerNoon:
    Read cybersecurity stories on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cybersecurity
    Read more about what’s happening in Ukraine: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/standwithukraine
    Read about the Colonial Pipeline attack: https://hackernoon.com/what-organizations-should-learn-from-the-colonial-pipeline-breach-jz3l37kk

    • 23 min
    Women in Cybersecurity with SheSec Pakistan

    Women in Cybersecurity with SheSec Pakistan

    Girl, pull up a chair and take a seat at the head of the boardroom because we are talking about women in cybersecurity this week on The HackerNoon Podcast. Misbah Fatima (Head of Security) and Farza Ashraf (Security Analyst) from Idenfo and SheSec Pakistan talk about how we can increase the number of women in STEM.
    On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast:
    How did Farza get into tech and cybersecurity? 💃
    How did Misbah get her first job in the cybersecurity industry? 👩‍💻
    Is cybersecurity a good field for women to get into? 🤔
    How important is community building for women in cybersecurity? 👯‍♀️
    How can we increase the number of women in cybersecurity? ⬆️
    What advice do you have for young women who are trying to get their first job in cybersecurity? 🙏🏻
    This episode is sponsored by Sonatype - the software supply chain security platform that reduces open source risk and minimizes exposure. Visit sonatype.com for more information.
    Find Misbah and Farza online:
    Connect with Misbah on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/misbah-fatima-z-936a7617a/
    Connect with Farza on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/farzaashraf/
    Learn more on HackerNoon:
    Read cybersecurity stories on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cybersecurity
    Read about how women change the cybersecurity industry: https://hackernoon.com/women-in-cybersecurity-how-diversity-can-help-combat-cyber-threats-hu2n3507
    Read about women in tech: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/women-in-tech

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

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33 Ratings

33 Ratings

Laendra11 ,

Great!

Juan Benet interview was great. Surprised how humble he is - and how willing he is to explain and breakdown how complex things work.

buzlink ,

Great show with wide range of topics & guests.

Great showthat I've been checking on for the past 6 months. Great guests and topics. The audio quality could be betteror more consistent to get me to tune in to every episode. 👍
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Rodney McKeown ,

Good

As an immigrant, loved hearing more of Linh's story, but overall the feed is little too crypto centric.

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