Each week on pm73media, Matt Stephenson chats with people who secure the things, hack the things or write about securing and hacking the things that surround us in everyday life. From voting machines to social engineering to the critical infrastructure, if it can be secured, it can be hacked. On pm73media, we meet the people who do one or the other… and sometimes both.
Robert Kerbeck: Shank the Man and Rake in the Bucks
Chris Humphreys: Forest Gump Ain’t Got Shit on This Guy
Mike Fraser: Developers... Adapt or DIE!
Matt Donato: Rethinking your Strategy in the Hunt for Cybersecurity Talent
Greg Fitzgerald: Notes from a Serial Startup CMO
Jamil Jaffer: Is Big Tech Horrible for America?
nez&pez: Going Meta with the Idea of Founder Identity
Bill Hunter: Water Can Flow or It Can Crash
Brandon Gilmore and Marco Figueroa: Where are the Young Black and Brown Men in Cyberscurity
Carter Schoenberg: Compliance Borne of a Perfect Storm of Badness
Rob Bathurst: Helping People Suck Less Since 1999
Brian Haugli: Applying the NIST Protocols for Human Sanity
Anthony Freed: Lead Them Where They’re Dying to Go
Tom Pace: Pick Your Frustrating
Greg Crabb: What CISOs can learn from the US Postal Service and… the Russian Security Service?
Elisa Costante and Ellen Sundra: Do you know what the NicheStack TCP/IP stack is…?
Clint Bodungen and Brian Proctor: How At Risk is our Critical Infrastructure?
Mitch Greenfield: Hospitals are Under Continuous Cyberattack… What Can We Do?
INFRA:HALT: Discovering and Mitigating Large-Scale Operational Technology Vulnerabilities
Patrick Miller and Brian Proctor: What’s Left to Hack in Critical Infrastructure?