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

Cybersecurity and Privacy   |   Technology   |   April 22, 2021

The No Password Required Podcast is dedicated to introducing and celebrating the practitioners, leaders, researchers, and individuals who are shaping the cybersecurity industry. Join us for an in-depth conversation that explores our guests' personalities, expertise, and the path that led them into cybersecurity. The team also discusses current cyber threats and readiness tips for security professionals and business leaders alike.

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. In this episode, Rachel joins the No Password Required team to talk about her path from studying behavioral psychology to starting a successful cybersecurity company, why Shih Tzu’s would be the best canine cybersecurity professional, how her quirky skills serve as an asset to her company, her passion for improving diversity in the cyber and technology industries, and more. BONUS: she sings an info-sec sea shanty that is as catchy as it is informative. Clabby and Ernie talk about the recent hack on the Molson Coors Beverage Company, and in the “Positively Cyber” segment, Pablo analyzes why the Mandalorian would be the perfect fit for showing our new recruits “the way” in our fictitious cybersecurity organization. You should check this episode out soon; if Rachel is correct about the time travel butterfly effect, you may never get another chance...

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