Jenny Radcliffe | The Human Factor – Ted Shorter

The Human Factor – Ted Shorter

In this interview, Jenny speaks with Ted Shorter who is the Chief Technology Officer of Keyfactor. They talk solar winds, cryptographic assets and why having every second Friday off has been good for productivity.

Ted Shorter is the Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder at Keyfactor. Responsible for Keyfactor’s intellectual property development efforts, Ted helps align Keyfactor’s focus with the changing security landscape, ensuring clients understand the importance of crypto-agility. Ted has worked in the security arena for over 25 years, in the fields of cryptography, public key infrastructure (PKI), authentication and authorization and software vulnerability analysis. His past experience includes 10 years at the National Security Agency, a master’s degree in computer science from The Johns Hopkins University and an active CISSP certification.

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Jenny Radcliffe

I am an expert in the psychology and tactics behind Social Engineering attacks, as well as negotiations, nonverbal communication and deception. I have a strong academic and corporate background, and was a senior procurement leader before becoming a consultant and trainer in both negotiation and procurement strategy and skills. I lecture at several business schools at Masters level in many business topics and am a guest lecturer in both security and procurement disciplines. I help clients in different ways from psychological pen-testing, to breaking security systems, from coaching and training, to strategic assignments, crisis situations and professional investigative work. I can assist with leading negotiations on behalf of clients or coaching individuals and teams to excel in this area. I am a professional speaker, and appear regularly at conferences, webinars and company events,(Rant, InfoSec, Disa, NordicIT) and I talk about how “people hacking” using psychological methods can be a huge threat to organisations of all sizes. I help security teams and professionals to use the tools of human hackers to enhance awareness campaigns, persuade and influence their stakeholders and understand how culture contributes to organisational vulnerability. I offer consultancy, training and coaching services ranging from skills assessments and corporate psychological profiling, to masterclasses in all of my areas of expertise including non-verbal communications, lie detection, social engineering, rapid rapport building and public speaking.

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