A few weeks ago I had the chance to take in SecTor. Normally when I go to an event like this I hang out in the Community Zone or am presenting or doing some other work. This time I showed up as an attendee, went to a load of sessions, networked, and hung out with like minded security people. It was a nice departure from the norm but I did get a chance to record some interviews for podcasts to share with you!
Steve Riley is up first. Steve is a member of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing team in Redmond and is a very intelligent, exciting, engaging and entertaining speaker. He delivered a keynote session on social engineering which you check out but I sat down with him to talk about social engineering and what can be done to limit its effectiveness (Hint: Session 1 at My TechNet covered this)