I have always had the itch to do so much more but couldn’t figure out what I really had a passion for until I discovered podcasting. A podcast is a show in audio format that can be listened to using an app called a podcatcher. The beauty of podcasting is that anyone can do it and there are a plethora of podcast on various topics including information security.
About ten years ago, I stumbled upon a few information security podcast that peaked my interest and instantly I became hooked and found a focus. Although many of those podcasts have experienced podfading, there are still many other active shows in 2020 that continue to support my passion to pursue a career in Information Security.
As a strong believer in learning from those that have done it, I have cultivated a list of the best information security podcasts that have elevated my understanding and learning of information security. I’m hoping that it does the same for you.
Top 5 Information Security Podcast of 2020
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By far my favorite InfoSec podcast in the last two years. This is Lore meets Cyber Security. Jack Rhysider tells epic stories of Cyber crimes, extortion, corporate espionage by the people who have been involved.
It baffles me at times how he is able to connect with such high profile individuals, but it makes for great understanding and entertainment.
You don’t necessarily need to listen to them in numerical order unless Jack advises you. Start with Episode 21 – Black Duck Eggs. You can thank me later.
Another certified club banger of a theme song and one of the original Podcast that started me on my path to Infosec. Hosts Jerry Bell and Andrew Kalat chronical current events in InfoSec in a very humours yet informative way.
For over 20 years, I have had the distinct opportunity to work in the Information Technology space under a variety of distinct roles.
My unique position has helped me become a risk management Maven for Fortune 500 and Small Business Companies around the world. For the last 12 years, I have assisted Small Business Owners and Insurance Agency understand the impacts of Cyber Incident exposures and what steps to take to help mitigate potential data breaches.
My desire to expand my reach related to cyber security has led me to establish the Sage Knows IT blog as a way to help Small Business Owners and aspiring Information Technology (I.T.) Professionals better understand the road-maps of I.T. through the experiences I have had.
Information Technology and Information Security is the future of our world and I hope this blog will inspire those that are interested in joining our ever involving field.