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Season 3, Episode 16

April 20th, 2022

This week, Ted Harrington, ethical hacker, entrepreneur, security consultant and author of the bestselling book, “Hackable”, joins us on the show.

Ted and his team have helped hundreds of companies – including the likes of Google, Disney, Amazon, Netflix, and Qualcomm – discover and fix thousands of security vulnerabilities. He shares his learnings, explains why it’s so important to ‘think like an attacker’ and provides tips on how security teams can do just that. Adopting a hacker mindset, he says, is critical to safeguarding your organization in today’s threat landscape.

You can find out from Ted by visiting www.tedharrington.com