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43 - Robert "RSnake" Hansen & The Future of Data Privacy

The InfoSec & OSINT Show

Release Date: 02/04/2021

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51 - Jim Manico & Developing Securely show art 51 - Jim Manico & Developing Securely

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This week Robert Hansen joins us to talk about privacy as a service, search engine and VPN privacy, the future of cyber-insurance, asset discovery, hackers.org and some tips on starting a security business. My 3 main takeaways were 1) the future of data privacy 2) How he used snapshots of the internet to predict stock prices and 3) what security controls he would do differently if he ran hackers.org today

For more information, including the show notes check out https://breachsense.io/podcast