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Tuesday 15th June 2021 // 16:00 (BST)

Leda Muller, Chief Information Security Officer, Stanford University

Jenny Radcliffe is joined by Leda Muller, CISO of Stanford University to discuss the latest Information Security news before joining our full panel focusing on the CISO and Cyber Security vendor relationship.

What is teissTalk?

teissTalk is our award-winning cyber security talk show with episodes every Tuesday at 16:00 (BST), and Thursday at 10:00 (BST). Each episode takes on the latest news, and a unique focus area affecting the industry. Our guests are renowned in their fields for their expertise meaning that every teissTalk episode is both entertaining, and informative. 

teissTalk won the best Up & Coming Podcast award at the 2021 European Cyber Security Blogger awards

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Our hosts

We have gathered two of the top minds in the industry to present each episode of teissTalk.

Geoff White

Investigative journalist Geoff White has covered technology for BBC News, Channel 4 News, Audible, Forbes online and many others

His exclusives reveal tech’s impact on our lives: the controversial police use of facial recognition; the failure of artificial intelligence therapy apps; hi-tech call centre scams that have cost victims their lives’ savings; fraud in the internet dating industry.

Crime Dot Com, his book on cybercrime for Reaktion Books, will be published on August 10, 2020.

He has written and presented two major podcast series for Audible. Artificial Intelligence: Friend or Foe? reveals the origins of AI, and shows how the technology is seeping into everyday life.  The Dark Web exposes the shadow internet created by the US military and now home to hackers, crooks and freedom fighters.

Geoff’s own podcast series Cybercrime Investigations takes you inside the world of an investigative journalist, detailing the twists and turns as the story unfolds.

An experienced public speaker, he has given keynote talks at some of the UK’s largest tech events, in addition to hosting conferences and chairing panels at venues ranging from London’s Chatham House think-tank to the Latitude music festival.

He is also the co-creator of The Secret Life of Your Mobile Phone, a live, interactive phone hacking stage performance which shows how the global technology industry is harvesting the data leaking from your handset. The show was a sell–out hit at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017, and has been performed at music festivals, political conferences and for corporate clients.

For Channel 4 News he created the Data Baby project, a unique experiment which used a fictional online identity to expose how our personal data is being used – and abused – online.

Jenny Radcliffe

Jenny Radcliffe, also known as “The People Hacker,” is a world renowned Social Engineer, hired to bypass security systems through a no-tech mixture of psychology, con-artistry, cunning and guile. 

 A “burglar” for hire, she has spent a lifetime talking her way into secure locations, protecting clients from scammers, and leading educational simulated criminal attacks on organisations of all sizes in order to help secure money, data and information from those with genuine malicious intent.

Jenny is a sought after keynote speaker, panelist and moderator at major conferences and corporate events, both in-person and online, and is a multiple TEDX contributor.

An entertaining educator, she is the go-to guest expert on the human element of security, scams, cons and hacks and has appeared on numerous television and radio shows, as well as online media and traditional press outlets. 

She is also the host of the award winning podcast “The Human Factor” interviewing industry leaders, writers, bloggers, experts, fellow social engineers and ethical con-artists about people and the stories connected to security.

Jenny was recognised as one of the top 25 Women in Cyber in 2020 by IT Security Guru, and as a Top 50 Women of Influence in Cyber in 2019.  She was nominated for the prestigious “Godmother of Security” award in 2020 and won the “Most Educational Security Blog 2020.”


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