In Episode 125, host Chris Hadnagy speaks with William Ortiz, a federal polygraph examiner who worked in the FBI for decades. In this discussion, you’ll learn how the polygraph works, how people try to fool the polygraph, and what agents and attorneys are really after when they receive the results of a polygraph examination.
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SECTF Report from DEF CON 27 Social Engineer Village GET THE REPORT HERE: SECTF-DEFCON27-SECOM-2019
The author of “Never Split the Difference”, world class negotiator and all around nice guy, Chris Voss, joins the SEPodcast to talk about how to save marriages, teenagers and hostages – all with the same skills.
What if everything we have been trying to do within the field of psychology has some fundamental flaws? What if we need a new program to understand the human? Join us this month as Chris has a fascinating discussion with Gregg Henriques about just that.
2017 proved to be a huge year for Social-Engineer. Complete with two SE Capture the Flags. This means our report this year is compiled from data from both of the SECTF’s. Download a copy of the report now and sign up for a free webinar.
This year’s SEVillage at DEF CON was literally off the hook. Our first and second place winners of the SECTF did such amazing jobs that we wanted to interview them to find out their secrets. Join us with this fun podcast with our guests Chris Kirsch and Rachel Tobac.
How can getting psyched up help you as a social engineer? Are there methods, tools, and tricks to get yourself psyched up? Our guest has researched, written, and spoken on this topic for years. This month “We’re Getting Psyched with Dan McGinn.”
The single most asked question is “What do I need to do to be a professional social engineer?” This month is devoted to talking to our team. Folks who had almost no SE experience before working with SECOM and now lead the market in all things SE. Feb 13, 2017 Contents Download Get Involved