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Season 2, Episode 2

July 1st, 2021

Nuno Teodoro, the Cyber Security Officer of Huawei joins Tim Sadler this week to talk about trust, zero-trust and FUD in cybersecurity, at a time when questions around trust and Huawei dominate the news.

Nuno also shares his opinions on the role that humans play in cybersecurity and the steps he and his team take to make security every employees’ responsibility. No mean feat in a company with almost 200,000 employees!

Books referenced in the show:

  • Ghosts in the Wire, Kevin Mitnick
  • The Cyber Effect: A Pioneering Cyber psychologist Explains How Human Behaviour Changes Online, Mary Aiken