Our Top 5 Cyber Security Podcasts
Cyber Security Podcasts are increasing in popularity as individuals within the industry and external professionals want more information around the ever-growing dangers from cybercrime. Podcasts allow professionals to digest information quickly and efficiently. We’ve collated five of the best!
Launched in February 2007, Risky Business is a weekly hour-long cyber security podcast hosted by Patrick Gray, an award-winning journalist.
Since 2005, Security Now! hosted by Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte, has provided a-two-hour-per-week podcast discussing ‘issues of personal computer security’.
The Security Weekly Podcast
Hosted by nine presenters who are all specialists within the cybersecurity space, The Security Weekly Podcast has been running since 2005. By their own definition, The Security Weekly Podcast ‘provide[s] free content within the subject matter of IT security news, vulnerabilities, hacking, and research. We strive to use new technologies to reach a wider audience across the globe to teach people how to grow, learn, and be security professionals. Security Weekly is the 5-time winner of the RSA Social Security Awards Best Security Podcast’.
Defensive Security Podcast
Hosted by Jerry Bell and Andrew Kalat, Defensive Security Podcast ‘is a cyber security podcast covering breaches and strategies for defence.’ Recording between 2-3 podcast episodes per month, Bell and Kalat aim to ‘look at recent security news and pick out lessons we can apply to the organisations we are charged with keeping secure’
Southern Fried Security Podcast
The Southern Fried Security Podcast is ‘an information security podcast that fills the gap between technical security podcasts and Security Now.’ Presented by Andy Willingham, Martin Fisher and Steve Ragan, the podcast ‘discusses information security, news, and interview interesting folks. They focus on the operational and leadership aspects of information security using a distinctly southern viewpoint.’
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