In Episode 130, Dr. Vyv Evans joins host Chris Hadnagy, to discuss the widespread use of emoji and how it can help fill the gap between text and face-to-face communication.
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In Episode 129, host Chris Hadnagy speaks with Mark Bowden, body language expert and world renowned speaker on the topic. One huge question comes up – Should you authentic or inauthentic? The answer will truly surprise you, and maybe change your life. – May 11, 2020 Contents Download Get Involved Download Ep. 129 – Should […]
In Episode 128, host Chris Hadnagy speaks with Alethe Denis, winner of last year’s SECTF about how to earn the coveted black badge. In this discussion, you’ll hear what she learned from her previous mistakes that helped her dominate the competition. You’ll also hear Alethe’s take on the differences between real-life and competitive vishing. – […]
In Episode 127, host Chris Hadnagy speaks with several of the amazing trainers who presented at the 2020 Human Hacking Conference. In this discussion, you’ll learn about key takeaways from their presentations and a preview of the topics that will be covered at next year’s highly anticipated event. – March 09, 2020 Contents Download Get […]
In This Issue: “Get the Skills You Need to Be a Successful Social Engineer” What skills do you need to be a social engineer? The March newsletter answers that question by narrowing the focus to two specific skill groups: interpersonal and technical skills. We’ll also discuss how to use social engineering in the best possible way by employing ethics.
In Episode 126, host Chris Hadnagy speaks with Nicklas Balboa, a researcher and project manager at The CreatingWE Institute. In this discussion, you’ll learn what Conversational Intelligence© is and how our neuroscience, physiology, and psychology all play into creating three different levels of conversation. You’ll also hear valuable tips about how to have better conversations […]
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.
In This Issue: “What is Your Favorite OSINT Tool?” Ryan MacDougall, an OSINT trainer and speaker on the topic, answers how and when to choose and use tools for an investigation.