I have never had a guest like Frank Ahearn on the show. He has a very unique perspective on security having lived a set of life experiences we only read about.
Frank works with individuals who need to learn how to disappear, fall off the radar or have extreme privacy needs. He is an expert at vanishing people, creating high-net-worth-privacy, travel privacy and foreign state privacy. Law firms and private asset companies worldwide utilize his unique disinformation and stratagem services.
During my last interview I had a great talk with Daniel McDuff. Daniel’s research is at the intersection of psychology and computer science. He is interested in designing hardware and algorithms for sensing human behavior at scale, and in building technologies that make life better. Applications of behavior sensing that he is most excited about are in: understanding mental health, improving online learning and designing new connected devices (IoT).
Listen to more about why it is important to collect data from much larger scales and help computers read our emotional state.
This interview was a lot of fun because I noticed in talking with CIOs that they are buying security products with the best of intentions, but they end up being abandoned, not fully deployed, nor benefits realized.
Javvad Malik was a Senior Analyst in the 451 Enterprise Security Practice (until 1 month ago), providing in-depth, timely perspective on the state of enterprise security and emerging trends. Now he is working for Alien Vault as a Security Advocate. I talked with him recently and here is what you will learn: