Collective Intelligence Podcast, 2019 Recap
By Mike Mimoso
For the 50th episode of the Collective Intelligence podcast, we decided to look back at the best of 2019’s interviews with experts spanning security and intelligence professionals. We had a great mix of conversations with people who specialize in not only the technical depths of security and technology, but also business and strategic leaders.
Since we’ve hit a nice round number as well, it’s a perfect opportunity to thank you for your support by subscribing and listening to each interview, and for sharing your feedback to me personally here and on social media.
Enjoy the recap, which includes many of my favorite guests of 2019 starting with my Flashpoint colleague Allison Nixon talking about SIM swap fraud. As a guide, we’re providing timestamps for each guest and clip, as well as links to the original podcast:
• Flashpoint’s Allison Nixon on SIM swap fraud (1:04)
• Troy Hunt on changing behaviors around password reuse (11:27)
• Marty Roesch reflecting on 20 years of Snort and growing a commercial company around security’s most popular open source project (21:05)
• Patrick Wardle relives research he did on synthetic clicks in MacOS (31:10)
• Alex Klimburg discusses how ideologies shape conflict in cyberspace (38:41)
• Bruce Schneier talks about the need for public-interest technology (48:02)
• Flashpoint’s Eric Lackey shares his experience and insight on mitigating the insider threat (58:05).
The Collective Intelligence Podcast, presented by Flashpoint and hosted by Editorial Director Mike Mimoso, features regular interviews with a diverse set of industry experts and Flashpoint analysts on the latest information security news and industry trends.