Tribe of Hackers Podcast

Jake Williams, aka @MalwareJake

June 16, 2020 Ray REDACTED Season 1 Episode 8
Tribe of Hackers Podcast
Jake Williams, aka @MalwareJake
Chapters
00:00:00
Intro
00:01:25
Software Defined Radios, Pagers, Oh My
00:05:38
"Responsible Encryption" isn't.
00:09:16
Clipper Chip Zombie
00:13:55
Intentional Flaws?
00:15:36
Eternal Blue? Forever Yellow.
00:30:04
Attribution and Distraction
00:36:14
Electronic Frontier Foundation
00:41:15
Right to Repair,
00:43:07
Election Security Concerns
00:49:26
Advice to a younger Jake
00:54:05
Resume Review Advice
00:56:56
Conferences, Summits, Sign Off
Tribe of Hackers Podcast
Jake Williams, aka @MalwareJake
Jun 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
Ray REDACTED

In this extremely wide ranging interview, we discuss:

00:00 Intro
01:25 Software Defined Radios, Promiscuous Pagers, Oh My
05:38 "Responsible Encryption" isn't. 
09:16 Clipper Chip Zombie (Shoutout: @mattblaze)
13:55 Intentional Flaws (Shoutout: @RGB_Lights)
15:36 Eternal Blue? Forever Yellow.
30:04 Attribution and Distraction
36:14 Electronic Frontier Foundation  https://eff.org
41:45 Right to Repair, shoutout to @Tarah
43:07 Election Security Concerns , another shoutout to @mattblaze
49:26 Advice to a younger Jake
54:05 Resume Review Advice
56:56 Conferences, Summits, Sign Off. (Shoutouts: @hacks4pancakes, @DianaInitiative, @dakacki )


About Jake Willliams:
InfoSec professional. Breaker of poorly written software. Incident responder. Digital defender. Business bilingual. Jake Williams treats InfoSec like the Hippocratic Oath: First do no harm. By addressing realistic risks, Jake helps businesses create secure environments that actually function. He penetration tests organizations so they can find the weak spots before an attacker does. When an attacker does find a weak spot first, Jake works with the organization to remove the attacker, assess the damage, and remediate the vulnerabilities that allowed the attacker access in the first place. Jake is also a prolific conference speaker, an instructor, and an InfoSec mentor.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

In this extremely wide ranging interview, we discuss:

00:00 Intro
01:25 Software Defined Radios, Promiscuous Pagers, Oh My
05:38 "Responsible Encryption" isn't. 
09:16 Clipper Chip Zombie (Shoutout: @mattblaze)
13:55 Intentional Flaws (Shoutout: @RGB_Lights)
15:36 Eternal Blue? Forever Yellow.
30:04 Attribution and Distraction
36:14 Electronic Frontier Foundation  https://eff.org
41:45 Right to Repair, shoutout to @Tarah
43:07 Election Security Concerns , another shoutout to @mattblaze
49:26 Advice to a younger Jake
54:05 Resume Review Advice
56:56 Conferences, Summits, Sign Off. (Shoutouts: @hacks4pancakes, @DianaInitiative, @dakacki )


About Jake Willliams:
InfoSec professional. Breaker of poorly written software. Incident responder. Digital defender. Business bilingual. Jake Williams treats InfoSec like the Hippocratic Oath: First do no harm. By addressing realistic risks, Jake helps businesses create secure environments that actually function. He penetration tests organizations so they can find the weak spots before an attacker does. When an attacker does find a weak spot first, Jake works with the organization to remove the attacker, assess the damage, and remediate the vulnerabilities that allowed the attacker access in the first place. Jake is also a prolific conference speaker, an instructor, and an InfoSec mentor.

Software Defined Radios, Pagers, Oh My
"Responsible Encryption" isn't.
Clipper Chip Zombie
Intentional Flaws?
Eternal Blue? Forever Yellow.
Attribution and Distraction
Right to Repair,
Election Security Concerns
Advice to a younger Jake
Resume Review Advice
Conferences, Summits, Sign Off