Recruiting and nurturing neurodivergent professionals in cybersecurity | Guest Ian Campbell
Ian Campbell of DomainTools joins the Cyber Work Podcast to promote neurodiversity in cybersecurity — and how small changes can make a big impact.
National security cyber issues and Stanford’s cyber policy program
AJ Grotto discusses national security cyber issues and Stanford's cyber policy program on the Cyber Work Podcast.
The role of film storytelling in making education stick | Cyber Work Hacks
Infosec IQ’s director of production, Steve Concotelli, talks about Work Bytes, Infosec's award-winning security awareness series.
AI and the rise of DDoS attacks
Anna Claiborne from Zayo talks about the spike of DDoS attacks they saw in the past year.
How generative AI can be used by bad actors
Oliver Tavakoli from VectraAI returns to talk generative AI and how bad actors are already using it.
How AI is affecting GRC and the future of cybersecurity
6clicks has introduced Ask Hailey, an AI-based governance risk and compliance (GRC) tool that promises to move the work of GRC into a new era.
Finding and supporting neurodiverse cybersecurity professionals
Tara D. Anderson, managing director of Framework Security, talks about neurodiversity in cybersecurity.
Cybersecurity investment and launching new companies
Leslie Lynn Smith, National Executive Director for GET Cities discusses moving away from standard cybersecurity and IT insights in favor of a larger look at investment opportunities for tech startups and where and on whom we spend investment capital. Smith is a multi-decade authority on state- and city-wide community investment initiatives with a lifelong passion for bringing people of marginalized races and genders to the table to fulfill their tech business dreams.
Bringing coding skills to underserved communities
Brianne Caplan, the founder and executive director of Code Your Dreams, discusses her experience creating a non-profit company dedicated to bringing knowledge, accessibility and excitement about programming and tech to learners from age 5 to adulthood in underserved communities.
From software engineer to career coach for women in tech leadership
Limor Bergman-Gross, founder of LBG Consulting discusses her early programming experience, including Pascal instruction in high school, her move from software engineering manager to career coach and corporate mentorship instructor and why mentors can and should come at any level on the career ladder.
ICS security, Blue Team Con and security work in the Air Force Reserve
Lesley Carhart of Dragos talks about their keynote at this year’s Blue Team Con, the differences between incident response in the military vs. the private sector, and why standard cybersecurity studies won’t take you as far in ICS.
Digital forensics careers: Facts versus fiction
Learn more about digital forensics careers in this episode of Cyber Work Live featuring three digital forensics professionals.
Uplifting women for leadership in the cybersecurity industry
Katie O’Malley joins the podcast to discuss creating courageous workplace culture and why women only being mentored by women turns into the new unpaid labor.
The changing responsibilities of the CISO position
Mike Scott, CISO of data security provider Immuta, joins the podcast to discuss the evolving role of a Chief Information Security Officer.
Crafting a basic disaster recovery plan
ProServeIT’s Eric Sugar walks you through a crash course in developing a disaster recovery plan for your small business! Don’t panic! Help is on the way.
Digital safety services and equity in cybersecurity
Leigh Honeywell, CEO and founder of Tall Poppy, talks about her career running security incident response at Slack and more.
Disaster recovery plans for small businesses
ProServeIT’s President, Eric Sugar, discusses disaster recovery planning for small and medium businesses.
Asset detection at home
Huxley Barbee, security evangelist at runZero, talks about the nuts and bolts of asset detection at home.
The nuts and bolts of asset detection and asset mapping
Tech evangelist Huxley Barbee from runZero talks about asset detection.
The current state of crypto crime
CAT Labs CEO and founder Lili Infante talks about dark web investigations, state-sponsored crypto crime organizations and much more.
Is CompTIA’s Cloud+ certification right for you?
CompTIA's Cloud+ certification should be added to a cybersecurity professional's cybersecurity certification toolbox.
Reframing cybersecurity automation and its uses
Leonid Belkind is Torq's chief technology officer (CTO) and co-founder, and he talks about automation.
Free cybersecurity training resources!
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Weekly career advice
Learn how to break into cybersecurity, build new skills and move up the career ladder. Each week on the Cyber Work Podcast, host Chris Sienko sits down with thought leaders from Booz Allen Hamilton, CompTIA, Google, IBM, Veracode and others to discuss the latest cybersecurity workforce trends.
Q&As with industry pros
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Hack your way to success with career tips from cybersecurity experts. Get concise, actionable advice in each episode — from acing your first certification exam to building a world-class enterprise cybersecurity culture.