The Insider Threat Podcast Episode 9: InfoSec Wisdom from Benjamin Franklin

In this episode we cover would-be lottery winners, employees behaving badly, overlooked training strategies, and more. Don’t touch that dial!

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Welcome back!
Thank you Cantina Marina for a fantastic 4th of July.
Lots of conversations with listeners and leaders in the industry. More to come!
InfoSec Question of the Week:
Last week’s question was In 1981, Europe’s largest group of hackers was started. Today, it has about 5500 registered members and has been characterized as one of the most influential digital organizations anywhere. What is the name of this organization?
The answer was “the Chaos Computer Club”.
Congratulations to Miles from Newark, Jules from Texas, Keyshawn from Durham, and Jonathan from Madison for getting the correct answer.
Question for this week:  “For the first time on July 4th, 1956, a computer user had the ability to enter commands with a keyboard. What was the name of the computer that made this possible?”
Send your response to Be sure to include your first name, location, and the hashtag “tornado”.
Thought of the Week:
 “We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid.” – Benjamin Franklin
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