50 Cyber Security Podcasts We’re Listening to Now

Elias Terman

Published:

Aug 14, 2020

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Even though many of us are hunkered down working from home, there are still ample opportunities to learn about the latest cybersecurity threats, news, and trends. Take podcasts for example; they have become an indispensable medium to get news and information from a variety of sources.

Our extended team of Orca Security employees, customers, investors (including Silicon Valley CISO Investments which is made up of over 50 prominent CISOs) has assembled a list of the top cyber security podcasts we are listening to now – while stuck at home. They are listed in no particular order, but we have included comments about ‘why a particular podcast is worth a listen’. We think all of these security podcasts are great, but we realize 50 may be too many for most folks. Accordingly, we’ve included our own “Star Rating”, so you can see our favorites.

In developing this list, we found that some of the long-standing podcasts have stopped developing new episodes. We’re not sure if this is due to the pandemic or just the normal ebb and flow of creating podcasts (after all, it’s a side-gig for most people). Whatever the reason, rest assured we will revisit and update this list on a quarterly basis.

We hope you enjoy these recommended cyber security podcasts the next time you are kicking back, or reading your email, or helping out with chores around the house. There is no better time to get educated as to the wide world of cyber security than now!

7 Minute Security

Hosted by Brian Johnson |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The 7 Minute Security is a weekly podcast by Minneapolis-based information security consultant Brian Johnson. Johnson is the consummate host; he entertains, sings and plays guitar while offering insights based on his 15+ years of industry experience. That might seem a little too kitschy, but don’t be put off. These podcasts are chock-full of good, timely information. He covers all aspects of Infosec with a heavy focus on remediation, pen-testing, blue teaming, and building a career in security.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: iHeartRadio, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, Stitcher

Cool Episode: Tales of Pentest Fail #4, Vulnerability Scanning Tips and Tricks, Pi-hole 5.0

Brakeing Down Security Podcast

Hosted by Bryan Brake, Brian Boettcher and Amanda Berlin |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Bryan Brake, host of Brakeing Down Security (pun intended we guess), is a CISSP who clearly relishes the security domain. He talks about security, legal issues, privacy, and compliance, and is joined by co-hosts Brian Boettcher and Amanda Berlin.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify

Cool Episode: James Nelson from Illumio, cyber resilience, business continuity

Business of Security Podcast Series

Hosted by Malcolm Harkins and Chad Boeckmann |

Why It's Worth a Listen

This podcast focuses on many non-technical aspects of cyber risk, cyber security and information security at the intersection of technology and managing to business expectations. Guests include CIO's, CEO's and CISO's discussing the many facets of the information security industry.

Frequency: Monthly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher

Cool Episode: Benny Lakunishok, CEO, Zero Networks - Sine Wave of Prevention, Detection and Response

CISO-Security Vendor Relationship Podcast

Hosted by Mike Johnson and David Spark |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Former Lyft CISO Mike Johnson teams up with David Spark, founder of Spark Media Solutions, to deliver a podcast geared toward security leaders. Its 30-minute episodes discuss the relationship between buyers and sellers and provide guidance around improving the communications and services that vendors provide.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn

Cool Episode: I Have the Perfect Job for You (But Probably Not)

Lessons from the School of Cyber Hard Knocks

Hosted by Joe Saunders |

Why It's Worth a Listen

This podcast is about successful cyber leaders and their toughest lessons in the cyber battlegrounds. Guests range from a former deputy director of NSA and other national security experts to CISOs from Nokia, Ericsson, Siemens as well as dynamic entrepreneurs across industries who share how they overcame a tough point in their security career.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify

Cool Episode: Sam Visner, "Bigger Than Yourself"

Cyber Security Interviews

Hosted by Douglas Brush |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Cyber Security Interviews is hosted by Douglas A. Brush who interviews influencers and thought leaders. Brush explores their journeys into the cyber security field and where they think the cyber security industry is headed.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify

Cool Episode: Jack Kudale (CEO at Cowbell Cyber): You Gotta Have More Cowbell, Daniel Ayala (Managing Partner for Secratic): Does This Help Us

Cloud Security Podcast by Google

Hosted by Anton Chuvakin and Timothy Peacock |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The Cloud Security Podcast by Google is focused squarely on Cloud Security as an emerging and distinct discipline within security. The hosts bring decades of experience, Anton as an analyst, and Tim as a product manager of security products, to the discussion with a wide range of guests from inside and outside of Google. They don't shy from asking hard questions and occasionally slipping in a pun.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher

Cool Episode: #9 "Building a Third Party Platform for Cloud Security" with Avi Shua, CEO Orca

Cyberwire Podcasts

Hosted by Varies |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The CyberWire podcasts look at what’s happening in cyberspace. They provide clear and concise summaries of the news and offer commentary from industry experts. Published each weekday, the program also includes interviews with a wide spectrum of experts from industry, academia, and research organizations all over the world.

Frequency: Daily

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher

Cool Episode: Patch Exchange already, will ya? GoldenSpy lurks in tax software Chinese banks prefer their foreign clients to use. Magecart gets cleverer. Another unsecured AWS S3 bucket, and this one’s not funny.

Cyber Work Podcast

Hosted by Varies |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The Cyber Work Podcast is run by the InfoSec Institute, a well-known training company. Many of its topics revolve around getting into certain fields within the realm of Cyber Security. The show averages about 30 minutes an episode, but some are as much as an hour long.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: InfosecInstitute.com,

Cool Episode: How is the open exchange of information affecting cybersecurity?

Crypto-Gram Security Podcast

Hosted by Bruce Schneier and Dan Henage |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Crypto-Gram Security is a monthly information security newsletter written by cryptographer, cyber security expert, and author Bruce Schneier and read aloud by Dan Henage since 2005. Schneier is an industry legend and his commentary, knowledge, and perspective are unmatched. This is a can’t miss podcast (even though the delivery might be a little dry for some listeners).

Frequency: Monthly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Podnova

Cool Episode: Automatic Instacart Bots

Darknet Diaries

Hosted by Jack Rhysider |

Why It's Worth a Listen

These podcasts are about hackers, breaches, shadow government activity, hacktivism, cybercrime, and things that dwell on the hidden parts of the network. It’s kind of scary but definitely should be on your always listen list.

Frequency: Bi-Weekly

Where to Listen: Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify

Cool Episode: PSYOP (or “Psychological Operations”), Pen Testing, Vodafone Greece

Data Breach Today

Hosted by Varies |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Hosted by the Data Breach Today staff, the Podcast features interviews with leading experts and thought leaders in the field who offer commentary on the latest cybersecurity news and practical advice for overcoming common security challenges.

Frequency: Daily

Where to Listen: Data Breach Today, Apple Podcast

Cool Episode: Using AI for Improved Threat Detection

Defensive Security Podcast

Hosted by Jerry Bell and Andrew Kalat |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Defensive Security covers breaches and strategies for defense. The podcast is characterized as “an attempt to look at recent security news and pick out lessons we can apply to the organizations we are charged with keeping secure.” Bell and Kalat have real chemistry. That combined with topic insights makes this a listen.

Frequency: Monthly, but sometimes more frequently

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Stitcher

Cool Episode: Insider threat lessons, Capital One and Mandiant Forensics

Defrag This

Hosted by Greg Mooney |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Designed for IT professionals, Defrag This is a podcast from Ipswitch that aims to help listeners cope with the hurdles that are seemingly cropping up everywhere you look, from the latest malware threat to hardware failures and user errors.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: https://blog.ipswitch.com/topic/podcasts,

Cool Episode: VPNs, Cybersecurity, And Data Privacy During COVID-19

DevSecOps Podcasts

Hosted by Mark Miller |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Focuses on how DevOps practitioners are using cultural transformation, experiments with new leadership principles, and DevOps open source tooling to integrate and automate security into the DevSecOps pipeline. Each episode features a DevSecOps practitioner, talking about their thoughts on security, projects they have worked on, and responses to recent events in the software security side of DevSecOps.

Frequency: Monthly but nothing new since March 2020

Where to Listen: DevSecOps Podcast,

Cool Episode: The Demise of Symantec w/ Richard Stiennon

Digital Forensic Survival Podcast

Hosted by Varies |

Why It's Worth a Listen

This podcast focuses on all aspects of Digital Forensics. It focuses on one technical topic and drills down into it for the entire episode. They have over 170 episodes and they are typically 10-20 minutes long.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Libsyn, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Podbean, Overcast, Youtube

Cool Episode: Mobile Device Attacks

Down the Security Rabbithole

Hosted by Rafal Los and James Jardine |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The podcast focuses on security from a business perspective and features regular guests who speak on current news and offer expert insights on the latest information security trends and happenings.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast,

Cool Episode: Post Pandemic Issues

GDPR Now

Hosted by Karen Heaton and Mark Sherwood-Edwards |

Why It's Worth a Listen

GDPR Now! is about GDPR and all things related to data security and privacy. The episodes provide insightful information for business leaders and privacy professionals alike.

Frequency: Several times a month

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Tunein

Cool Episode: Whose data is it anyway? Impact on track and track apps

Hacker Public Radio

Hosted by Varies |

Why It's Worth a Listen

What differentiates HPR from other podcasts is that the shows are crowd-sourced from the community, with new episodes every weekday, Monday through Friday featuring news, insights, and discussion from community members. HPR founders have a long history spanning more than 13 years producing popular shows.

Frequency: Daily

Where to Listen: Hacker Public Radio, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts

Cool Episode: A warning about browser extensions and add-ons

Hak5

Hosted by Darren Kitchen and Shannon Morse |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Hak5 is an entertaining web show led by Darren Kitchen and Shannon Morse that's now the longest-running show on YouTube. Hak5 also develops innovative penetration testing devices and immersive information security training in addition to its award-winning weekly podcast. Founded in 2005, Hak5's mission is to advance the InfoSec industry. They do this through award-winning podcasts, leading pentest gear, and inclusive community.

Frequency: Several times a week

Where to Listen: Hak5 YouTube Channel,

Cool Episode: Hacking Laptop Webcam Modules into USB Cameras

Malicious Life

Hosted by Ran Levi |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Malicious Life by Cybereason exposes the human and financial powers operating under the surface that make cybercrime what it is today. Host Ran Levi interviews hackers and industry experts, discussing the hacking culture of the 1970s and 80s, the subsequent rise of viruses in the 1990s, and today’s advanced cyber threats.

Frequency: Monthly to Bi-Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Castbox

Cool Episode: Hacking Fortnite accounts

Open Source Security Podcast

Hosted by Josh Bressers and Kurt Seifried |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The Podcast covers a variety of information security topics with a focus on open source software. It does a good job focusing on this growing software segment.

Frequency: Daily

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Stitcher

Cool Episode: The convergence of application security

Purple Squad Security

Hosted by John Svazic |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Purple Squad Security is a newer podcast, but it makes a significant weekly contribution to cloud security. The program is all about information security and speaks to both defending against attacks and measures to take in the event of any issues. Each week, a different guest is brought on to discuss a topic related to the guest’s expertise.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher

Cool Episode: A Casual Conversation with The Cyber Mentor

Random but Memorable

Hosted by 1Password Team |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Lighthearted security advice and banter from 1Password and guests.

Frequency: Bi-Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher

Cool Episode: Default Encryption Advisory Head

Recorded Future

Hosted by Varies |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Recorded Future takes you inside the world of cyber threat intelligence, sharing stories from the trenches and the operations floor, as well as giving you the skinny on established and emerging adversaries.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, Stitcher

Cool Episode: Tooling up to Protect Federal, State, and Local Governments

Risky Business

Hosted by Patrick Gray |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Gray has been running Risky Business since 2007 and does a great job keeping up with (and explaining) the latest security concepts. Gray talks about the latest data breaches, state-sponsored cybercrime, and how politics can affect information security. Other entertaining topics include recruiting video game hackers for cybersecurity and how to avoid "snake oil" security solutions. Show notes are also provided with links for each story and concept covered.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Spotify

Cool Episode: Inside BellTrox's hacker-for-hire operation

Cloud Security Podcast

Hosted by Ashish Rajan |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Cloud Security Podcast is the first LIVE STREAMED video and audio CyberSecurity Podcast with an audience of over 10,000 Information Technology Professionals tuning in each week to learn about Cloud Security, CISO Perspective in a Vendor neutral space. Not Owned or backed by any Cloud Provider. Each week Cloud Security Podcast brings honest stories and insights from leading CyberSecurity Security Leaders and Practitioners from around the world on a LIVE STREAM, giving the audience a unique opportunity to dial in or put forward their questions to experts.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeartRadio

Cool Episode: CISO Perspective with Geoff Belknap, Linkedin CISO

Security Current

Hosted by David Cass |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The host, David Cass, is the Vice President - Cyber & IT Risk at Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Supervision Group. Not only does David have great operating and real-time, real-life experience, he is able to attract CIOs from the Fortune 500 to be his guests. Engaging, relatively short, and timely, this podcast is a must-listen every week.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Security Current Podcasts, Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Amazon Echo

Cool Episode: CSO perspectives from TikTok

Security in Five

Hosted by Binary Blogger |

Why It's Worth a Listen

A daily security-focused podcast that covers news, tips, issues in information and general security in about five minutes.

Frequency: Daily

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast

Cool Episode: Unemployment Fraud, Why You Need To Understand How Scams Work To Protect

Security Intelligence

Hosted by Varies |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Sponsored by IBM, this blog and podcast site provides analysis and insights from hundreds of the brightest minds in the cybersecurity industry to help you prove compliance, grow business and stop threats.

Frequency: Monthly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher

Cool Episode: Consumer Identity and Access Management (CIAM): Reducing Friction Without Reducing Security

Security Ledger Podcasts

Hosted by Paul Roberts |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The Security Ledger is an independent security news website bringing in-depth reporting and insights from security thought leaders about the most pressing infosec issues plaguing businesses and users today.

Frequency: Bi-Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Soundcloud

Cool Episode: Attacking COVID, Protecting Privacy, Attacking COVID, Protecting Privacy

Security Now

Hosted by Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Since 2005, Security Now has covered a wide variety of topics on cybersecurity. Gibson and Laporte spend 2 hours each week discussing important personal computer security issues. They cover current and long-standing topics in an entertaining and listenable format. Laporte’s broad consumer-focus brings a unique perspective. Topics include the latest exploits found in software and cybersecurity as it relates to new tech, such as blockchain, VPN security, and hundreds of other subjects. Episodes are two hours long and focus primarily on personal computer security. We are giving it 3 stars only because this podcast is decidedly consumer, rather than enterprise, oriented.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Podnova

Cool Episode: Zoom's E2EE Debacle, Contact Tracing App R.I.P.

Security Voices

Hosted by Jack Daniel and Dave Cole |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The goal of Security Voices is to provide a place for clear-headed dialogue with great people that’s unencumbered by the hyperbole and shouting that’s far too common in security circles.

Frequency: Bi-Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Spotify

Cool Episode: The Longevity Formula: CSO Andy Ellis’ Wit, Wisdom & Wine Advice from 20+ Years at Akamai

Security Weekly

Hosted by Paul Asadoorian |

Why It's Worth a Listen

If you're looking for a bunch of security nerds to get together and talk shop, then Security Weekly is for you. Security Weekly covers IT security news, vulnerabilities, hacking, research, and related topics of interest for the IT community by serving as a security podcast network. Its goal is to reach a wide global audience to share insights and information that help them learn, grow, and become savvy IT professionals. Hosted by Paul Asadoorian, various co-hosts, and special guests, Security Weekly has been going strong for 11 years.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Soundcloud, TuneIn

Cool Episode: OSS Vulnerabilities, UPnP Flaws, & 0-Days for Bad People

Smashing Security

Hosted by Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault |

Why It's Worth a Listen

A fun, sometimes amusing, chat about cybersecurity and online privacy. Not your typical security podcast, but sometimes we have to laugh about this very serious business we are in.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify

Cool Episode: MAMILs, game shows, and a surprise from eBay

"StormCast" - Daily Information Security Podcast

Hosted by Johannes B. Ullrich |

Why It's Worth a Listen

A ~5 minutes daily summary of what is important in cybersecurity, it provides a concise summary of current network security-related events. The content is late-breaking, educational and based on listener feedback as well as on input received by the SANS Internet Storm Center. There’s no fluff or marketing stuff here. Johannes gets right to the topics and dives deep. His delivery can be a little dry, but his content depth ensures you will always learn something new. We can’t think of a better way to spend 5 minutes every day.

Frequency: Daily

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Amazon Echo

Cool Episode: Fileless Excel Malware; Win Update Issues; Privnote Phish, JavaScript Anti-Debugging; Facebook Messenger Bug

Sophos Naked Security Podcast

Hosted by Various members of the Sophos team |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The Sophos team provides coverage on major security events like DEF CON live, insights on major security breaches, industry news, and all things of interest to today's security and privacy professionals.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Sophos Naked Security Podcast, Soundcloud

Cool Episode: Ransomware on sale, dark web disaster, dead drops and pillow forts

Task Force 7 Radio with George Rettas

Hosted by George Rettas |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The podcast calls itself “the voice of cybersecurity” and features preeminent cybersecurity professionals. We like this podcast a lot because each podcast goes deep, lasting about an hour with a single guest. Past guests have included Omar Khawaja, CISO of Highmark Health, Kate Fazzini, cybersecurity journalist with CNBC, Rick Howard, CSO of Palo Alto Networks, and Carlos Dias, Senior Technical Solutions Specialist at Google.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Others

Cool Episode: Inside The Elite Israeli Military Unit 8200

The 443 | Security Simplified Podcast

Hosted by WatchGuard Threat Lab |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The 443 | Security Simplified Podcast is powered by WatchGuard Technologies. Each week, you’ll learn from leading white-hat hackers and security researchers on the latest cybersecurity headlines and trends. There’s a bit of wit, and cynicism here, which makes this very listenable.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn

Cool Episode: A New DDoS Record

The Cracking Cyber Security Podcast

Hosted by TEISS |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The Cracking Cyber Security podcast from TEISS is dedicated to cracking cybersecurity. There are interviews with industry experts who'll share commentary and advice on the latest threats and challenges that currently face our world.

Frequency: Weekly, sometimes Monthly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Stitcher

Cool Episode: “We’ve seen a marked increase in social engineering attacks”

The Cyberlaw Podcast

Hosted by Stewart Baker |

Why It's Worth a Listen

A weekly podcast on cybersecurity and privacy from the cyberlaw practice at Steptoe and Johnson, featuring Stewart Baker and Michael Vatis. Steptoe Cyberblog provides opinionated and provocative thoughts on cybersecurity and privacy that arise at the intersection of law, information technology, and security.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts

Cool Episode: Using the internet to Cause Emotional Distress is a Felony?

The ISACA Podcast

Hosted by Varies |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Experts in cybersecurity, audit, governance share their thoughts, insights and explanations on the latest trends and issues that affect professionals like you.

Frequency: Monthly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcast, Stitcher, Google Podcasts

Cool Episode: Protecting the Privacy of Our Digital Selves

The Privacy, Security, & OSINT Show

Hosted by Michael Bazzell |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Hosted by Michael Bazzell, an OSINT privacy consultant, The Privacy, Security & OSINT Show is a weekly dose of privacy, security, and open-source intelligence (OSINT) news and opinions. Topics can be rather basic.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen:

Cool Episode: Privacy Crash Course 02: Email & Messengers, Privacy Crash Course 01: Passwords & 2FA

The Shared Security Podcast

Hosted by Scott Wright and Tom Eston |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The Shared Security Podcast evolved from the former Social Media Security Podcast which has been recorded since 2009. With the use of mobile devices and applications, the podcast’s focus has shifted to increased awareness of privacy concerns and the “IoT” (Internet of Things). The name “Shared Security” comes from the idea that security is now shared amongst people, technology and social media.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts

Cool Episode: Largest DDoS Attack Ever, New Dropbox Features, North Korean Cyber-Attacks

The Social Engineer Podcast

Hosted by Chris "loganWHD" Hadnagy |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Host Chris Hadnagy has an original take on social engineering, security, and other topics of interest to the security community.

Frequency: Monthly

Where to Listen: The Official Social Engineering Portal - Security Through Education,

Cool Episode: The Emoji Code with Dr. Vyv Evans

Threatpost Podcasts

Hosted by Lindsey O'Donnell Welch |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Threatpost, Kaspersky Lab's security news service, is an independent news site for IT and business security. Its podcasts are produced in association with Kaspersky Labs providing unique, high-impact content including security news, videos, feature reports, and more. They break important original stories, offer expert commentary on high-priority news aggregated from other sources, and engage with readers to discuss how and why these events matter. It balances content so that C-level execs as well as Infosec and Developer types will all find something of interest and value.

Frequency: Daily

Where to Listen: Threatpost, libsyn.com

Cool Episode: Microsoft Sway Phish, Malicious GIF and Spyware Attacks

Threatvector Podcasts

Hosted by Matt Stephenson |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The InSecurity Podcast interviews leading authorities in the security industry to gain an expert perspective on topics including risk management, security control friction, compliance issues, and building a culture of security.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Stitcher, Apple Podcast, Google, Apple Podcast

Cool Episode: Kevin Coppins on Shrinking the Data Security Target

To The Point - Cybersecurity

Hosted by Eric Trexler and Arika Pierce |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Forcepoint’s “To The Point” Cybersecurity Podcast covers the latest cyber news, threats, and trends impacting the federal government. Episodes are 15 minutes or less.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher

Cool Episode: Teleworking and Cybersecurity with Randy Sandone, Executive Director of the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (CIRI)

UNSECURITY: Information Security Podcast

Hosted by Evan Francen and Brad Nigh |

Why It's Worth a Listen

Weekly information security podcast airing Monday mornings. With a unique focus on protecting personal information, the hosts discuss information security as an issue that includes cyber security, physical security, as well as administrative controls.

Frequency: Weekly

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify

Cool Episode: Women in Security

Unsupervised Learning

Hosted by Daniel Miessler |

Why It's Worth a Listen

The host, Daniel Miessler, spends 5-20 hours a week consuming books, podcasts, and articles around the intersection of security, technology, and humans. Each episode—which is available as both a newsletter and a podcast—is either a curated summary or a standalone idea that gives the audience something to think about.

Frequency: Weekly, sometimes 2x a week

Where to Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify

Cool Episode: Ripple20 IoT Vulns, Homeland Security Surveillance, US Cyber Budget, Adobe EOL, AWS DDoS, Bellingcat Poison Investigation

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