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Business Security Weekly #74

Recorded February 16, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!


  • Paul Asadoorian
    Embedded device security researcher, security podcaster, and CEO of Active Countermeasures .
  • Michael Santarcangelo
    Founder of Security Catalyst, author of Into the Breach, and creator of the Straight Talk Framework.
  • Announcements

    • Also check out our On-Demand material! Some of our previously recorded webcasts are now available On-Demand at: Currently On-Demand we have webcasts with: Cybereason, Black Hills, Onapsis, Signal Sciences, and Stealthbits!
    • The Pros vs. Joes Capture the Flag is coming to InfoSec World 2018! Log in on March 20th, and start attacking a “real” corporate network! From mail servers to web servers, and all the way to a VOIP phone system. Security Weekly listeners can register now and save 15% off the Main Conference or World Pass with the code OS18-SW. See you at Disney's Contemporary Resort March 19-21.
    • HackWest 1.0 “The Wild Bunch” is scheduled for March 21st through 23rd in lovely Salt Lake City. It includes training opportunities with Tim Tomes, FuzzyNop, and Jordan & Kent from Black Hills Information Security. You'll find a wireless hacking village, a voting machine hacking village, a mobile device hacking village. And keynotes from Dawn-Marie Hutchison and Eve Galparin. Go to to register and our audience gets a 25% discount with the code SWHW2018

    Interview: Joe Kay, Enswarm

    Joe Kay is the Founder & CEO of Enswarm.

    Joe Kay is the Founder & CEO of Enswarm, a technology business who are transforming the way people work together with a team intelligence tool that kills meetings. Prior to founding Enswarm, Joe learned about teamwork first hand as a helicopter pilot serving with the British and US Armies.

    Tracking Security Innovation

    IdentityMind Global raised $10M Series C

    Stealth Security raised $8M Series A

    DataVisor raised $40M Series C

    Perception Point raised $8M Series A

    Infocyte raised $5.2M series B

    XebiaLabs raised $100M Series B

    Thoma Bravo acquired majority stake in Nintex

    • Thoma Bravo has acquired a majority stake in Nintex, a provider of intelligent process automation solutions.

    Paul's story

    A Girl Scout sold 300 boxes of cookies in 6 hours - This is all about being really good at identifying your target market.

    Interview: Sean D'Souza, and author of The Brain Audit: Why Customers Buy (and why they don't)

    Sean D'Souza is the Author of Brain Audit and Founder of Psychotatics.

    PsychoTactics™ at is a thought system that is based on 5000+ years of tried and tested methods. Our brains are hardwired with information, that hasn't changed in all these centuries. Imagine being able to use that same psychology in business. It's so deceptively simple that you will wonder just how you did without this incredible understanding of the human psyche for so long.
    Sean runs It’s a site which explores why customers buy (and why they don’t). What causes them to hesitate at the last minute and back away? And how to overcome that hesitation factor. Sean D’Souza lives in New Zealand with his wife and approximately 64 million sheep.

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