ESW #306 – Space Rogue, Pablo Zurro, Dr. Inka Karppinen
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1. Hacker Space Rogue to Release Book on Hacking Group L0pht Heavy Industries – Space Rogue – ESW #306
With over two decades of experience, Space Rogue (Cris Thomas) has testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, and has been interviewed by Wired, CNBC and even MTV. He created the wildly popular websites the Whacked Mac Archives and Cyber Squirrel 1. He produced the weekly podcast SpiderLabs Radio, and the critically acclaimed weekly news video program the Hacker News Network. His writing has appeared in Network Computing, New Statesman, The Hill, and the Christian Science Monitor. He has spoken at security conferences such as Def Con, Blackhat, and Shmoocon. Space Rogue currently works as the Global Lead of Policy and Special Initiatives for the legendary IBM X-Force.
2. Discussing Key Elements of Offensive Security: Pen Testing and Red Teaming – Pablo Zurro – ESW #306
Pablo Zurro leads product management for Core Security’s cyber threat prevention solutions. He has a passion for creating great products, translating customer needs, and turning them into new features. With more than 10 years of experience in the software industry Pablo aims to help Build a Better IT by making our products the best fit for user’s needs.
Dr Inka Karppinen is a cyberpsychologist and mixed methods Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researcher. She is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS), an Expert Fellow of the Security, Privacy, Identity, Trust Engagement NetworkPlus (Sprite+) and a Member of the Global Association of Applied Behavioural Scientists (GAABS). She is a strong advocate for bringing together people involved in research, practice and policy.
Inka applies mixed methods research techniques to uncover people’s cyber security attitudes and behaviours with an aim to design workable digital solutions. She loves narrowing the research gap between academia and practice creating a meaningful positive impact on people’s cyber security behaviours. She is the lead researcher for CybSafe’s yearly Oh Behave! Reports and lead researcher for the Home Office-funded project entitled: Cyber Security Quirks: Personalised Interventions for Human Cyber Resilience.