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Practical Issues for Transitioning to a Post-Pandemic Workplace

Practical Issues for Transitioning to a Post-Pandemic Workplace

June 22, 2021

On May 28, 2021, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published long-awaited updates to its guidance on EEO-related issues stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. In this rapid-fire session, panelists answer questions on many of the practical issues facing businesses as we begin to return to a post-pandemic workplace.

No Password Required: An SOC Technical Manager Who Builds Things With Keyboards and Blowtorches...

No Password Required: An SOC Technical Manager Who Builds Things With Keyboards and Blowtorches...

May 20, 2021

Phillip Tarrant is the SOC Technical Manager at Compuquip Cybersecurity who is passionate about many things in life, including his pet chickens, building things both with and without a keyboard, disconnecting in nature, and welcoming people into the field of cybersecurity.

No Password Required: An OSINT Expert Who Credits Much of Her Success to Her Improv Comedy Skills...

No Password Required: An OSINT Expert Who Credits Much of Her Success to Her Improv Comedy Skills...

April 22, 2021

Rachel Tobac is the CEO and co-founder of Social Proof Security who hopes to one day work herself out of a job by improving education and awareness of social engineering attacks.

No Password Required: A Believer That the Key to Internet Safety Is Simple...

No Password Required: A Believer That the Key to Internet Safety Is Simple...

March 18, 2021

Roger Grimes is the defense-driven evangelist at KnowBe4 who confidently defines himself as the best in the world at defending against hackers. In this episode, Roger joins the No Password Required team to discuss how being a terrible accountant led him to the world of cybersecurity, why octopi cannot be trusted, and why music is the best way to create powerful connections.

No Password Required: A Pen Tester at Rapid7 With a Passion for LEGO Bricks, Star Wars, and Sometimes LEGO Star Wars

No Password Required: A Pen Tester at Rapid7 With a Passion for LEGO Bricks, Star Wars, and Sometimes LEGO Star Wars

February 18, 2021

Shane Young is a penetration tester at Rapid7 whose real-life acting and cyber skills would have been a great addition to the “Oceans 11” team. In this episode, Shane joins the No Password Required team to share some of his exciting stories as a penetration tester, how hacking his high school’s network got him into the world of cybersecurity, and why LEGO bricks are really made for adults, not kids.

No Password Required: An Inherently Trusting Person in an Inherently Distrusting Profession

No Password Required: An Inherently Trusting Person in an Inherently Distrusting Profession

February 18, 2021

Melinda Lemke is the Head of Information Security at King & Spalding with a decade of leadership experience in the cyber industry. In this episode, Melinda joins the No Password Required team to talk about her experience as a woman and leader in this field, how professional mentors can enhance success, and the best yacht-rock bands of all time. Maybe most importantly, the team discusses the John Hughes movie universe and why Kevin McAllister is a better problem-solver than Ferris Bueller.

No Password Required: A Journey From Math Camp to Cyber Intelligence

No Password Required: A Journey From Math Camp to Cyber Intelligence

February 18, 2021

Stephen “Scuba” Gary is a cyber intelligence professor at the University of South Florida with over 15 years of experience in the cybersecurity industry. In this episode, Scuba joins the No Password Required team to discuss his journey in the field of cybersecurity, how one gets the nickname Scuba without scuba diving, and why math nerds throw the best parties. Scuba, Ernie, and Clabby analyze ransomware attacks in Florida, security lessons to be learned from the 2020 elections, and more.

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