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Hosted by Stephanie Itimi, Seipod is a monthly podcast focusing on personal security, offering valuable insights to help BAME women overcome common cyber attacks and ramp up their personal security.

Latest Episodes

Ep.15 How Private is your Period App? w/ Laura Shipp

An investigation fromprivacyadvocacy groupPrivacyInternational found thatperiod-tracking appsdownloaded by millions of users shared alarmingly sensitive data with Facebook and other third-parties, including users' drinking habits, medical symptoms, and when they last had sex. In this episode with expert Laura Shipp, we discuss the privacy issues with period apps, alternative solutions and way you can increase your privacy while using these apps.

41 minAUG 24
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Ep.15 How Private is your Period App? w/ Laura Shipp

Ep.14 Data Brokers: Who sells our Data & Why w/ Rob Shavell

When it comes to data-privacy scandals, Facebook and Google immediately spring to mind as the key culprits. These companies are the scapegoats whose shady data-privacy practices get plastered all over the news and lead to investigations, but there are other companies that operate away from the spotlight, unbeknownst to most internet users. In this episode, we discuss data brokers, the industry, skills needed for the industry and ways you can reduce your digital footprint online. About Speaker: Rob, Abine CEO, co-founded Abine alongside Eugene and Andy and previously led Abine’s product and business development. Rob brought Abine’s core products to market, including DoNotTrackMe, which has protected the privacy of over 10 Million consumers and has been featured by hundreds of news outlets, including CNET, the Boston Globe, and the New York Times. Prior to Abine, Rob was VP Product at Identity Force, an identity theft provider and co-founder of one of the first consumer group travel portals, "TravelTogether.com” and was an associate at Softbank Capital Partners (Boston) and Softbank / Mobius Venture Capital (Silicon Valley). Rob has a BA from Cornell University where he began his studies in the school of Architecture. About Abine: https://www.abine.com Abine is the online privacy company -- they make easy-to-use tools for consumers to control what personal information companies, third parties, and other people see about them online.

40 minJUL 23
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Ep.14 Data Brokers: Who sells our Data & Why w/ Rob Shavell

Ep.13 Gender Based Violence and Online Harms w/ Seyi Akiwowo

Globally, women are 27 times more likely to be harassed online. The online world is an extension or, in some ways, a mirror of offline realities and therefore violations of human rights and threats to our democracy also happen online. Over a third (34%) of Black, Asian or minority ethnic people (BAME) witnessed or experienced racial abuse in the seven months following the Brexit vote in June 2016, a TUC poll has found (1). Online abuse not only violates an individual’s right to live free from violence and to participate online but also undermines democratic exercises and good governance and, as such, creates a democratic deficit. In this episode we explore where the responsibility lies with online harms and where the future of research lies within this topic. Speaker Profile: Seyi Akiwowo (Shay-ee Aki-wo-wo)is the Founder and Executive Director of Glitch, a young not-for-profitorganisation determined to end online abuse through education, campaigns and advocacy. Using her lived experienced and expertise Seyi travels the globedeveloping practical solutionswith Governments, NGOs and companies to protect our online public spaces from hate and abuse. Seyi was named UK's Digital Leader of the Year and in 2018, she was name Stylist Magazine’s Woman of the Week. Her many achievements have been captured in books such as Slay in Your Lane and Misogynation. Seyi is Amnesty International’s Human Rights Defender and is part of the #ToxicTwitter campaign to end online abuse against women. Seyi was elected as the youngest black female Councillor in East London at age 23 andhas had nine successful years working in politics and the charity and policy sectors both in the UK and Europe. She is also an expert facilitator in skills, political leadership and inclusion and delivers workshops around the world including London, Montenegro Kuwait and UAE. Seyi is also an inspirational speaker and writer and has written several critical pieces including for the Guardian and gives talks on widening the participation and representation of diverse groups in public life. She is a graduate from the London School of Economics, a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and recently became a Fellow of the Institute for Canadian Citizenship.

32 minJUN 22
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Ep.13 Gender Based Violence and Online Harms w/ Seyi Akiwowo

Ep.12 Technology-Assisted Domestic Abuse w/ Julia Slupska

Technology can be very helpful to survivorsof domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking, but is also oftenmisused by abusers to harass, threaten, coerce, monitor, exploit, and violate their victims. The resources below explore the extent and nature of technology-facilitated abuse. In this podcast we discuss with Julia Slupska to discuss how smart home devices can be a tool for domestic violence and ways we can improve the security around it. Speaker Profile: Julia Slupska is a doctoral student at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cybersecurity and the Oxford Internet Institute. Her research focuses on how cybersecurity concepts and practices can address the technologically-mediated abuse. She is also exploring how feminist theories and methodology—such as participatory action research and the ethics of care—can improve cybersecurity. Previously, she completed the MSc in Social Science of the Internet on the role of metaphors in international cybersecurity policy. Before joining the OII, Julia worked on an LSE Law project on comparative regional integration and coordinated a course on Economics in Foreign Policy for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. She also works as a freelance photographer. Useful Links: DIY Guide to Feminist Cybersecurity: https://hackblossom.org/cybersecurity/ (An easily accessible guide with free tools for improving digital security) Gender and IoT Lab: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/steapp/research/digital-technologies-policy-laboratory/gender-and-iot (Research team looking at smart home devices and domestic abuse) IPV Tech Research Lab: https://www.ipvtechresearch.org/ (Research team looking at computer security and intimate partner abuse) Intimate partner abuse and domestic violence support services: National Stalking Helpine: 0808 802 0300 https://www.suzylamplugh.org/pages/category/national-stalking-helpline Women's Aid: https://www.womensaid.org.uk/ Refuge: https://www.refuge.org.uk/ Reconfigure: https://medium.com/@reconfigure2020/reconfigure-introducing-feminist-digital-privacy-workshops-31710b704c47

37 minMAY 25
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Ep.12 Technology-Assisted Domestic Abuse w/ Julia Slupska

Ep.11 GDPR Post Brexit w/ Harry Boje

Data protection is unlikely to be foremost in people’s minds when considering the impact of Brexit, whether it be soft or hard, deal or no deal. The UK Government has, however, recently issued papers about various topics in a ‘no deal’ situation and one of these entitled:Data protection if there’s no Brexit deal. In this podcast we speak with Harry Boje, a Data Privacy expert. Speaker Profile: Harry Boje is a Certified Data Protection Officer and GDPR certified data protection specialist, with an exemplary career spanning across the public and private sector for NHS hospitals, leasing companies, digital media specialists, global pharmaceuticals, charities, universities and multi-billion global manufacturing businesses. He has experience in global organisation in world as Group Data Protection Officer & present a Chief Privacy officer for large Non For-Profit organisation. Prior to these role Harry has work on GDPR project across different sector for the past 3 years ranging from...

30 minAPR 27
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Ep.11 GDPR Post Brexit w/ Harry Boje

Ep.10 Understanding Email Scams w/ Aisha Tummon

Email Phishingis the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by disguising oneself as a trustworthy entity through an email. Speaker Profile: Aisha is a lawyer and Director of Business Developmentat Orbital Witness, she previously worked at cyber security company Tessian. Aisha isalso Co-Founder of WEDS (We Empowering Diversity in Start-ups). WEDS is a network founded by women in start-upswho believe that diversity and inclusion of all kinds are essential and drive happiness and success in the workplace.

30 minMAR 23
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Ep.10 Understanding Email Scams w/ Aisha Tummon

Ep.9 Tackling Virtual Identify Theft w/ Yoti

Over the past few years, we have seen an unprecedented number of data breaches and a huge amount of personal information exposed. This has resulted in an increase in Identity Theft. According toBreach Level Index, identity theft accounted for 64% of data breaches between January and June 2016. We got to speak to Yoti about Identity theft, it's size, impact and ways in which we can secure our Digital Identity. Speaker Profile: Julie Dawson, Director of Regulatory & Policy, Yoti Julie leads regulatory and government relations, steers our ethics framework development liaising closely with the Yoti Guardians Council, and prepares Yoti for external accreditations - such as ISO 27001, BCorps for ethics and transparency and the SOC2 security accreditation. About Yoti: Yoti is an identity checking system that allows organisations to verify who people are, online and in person. Yoti has a team of 250 based in London, with offices in Mumbai and present in the US, Canada and Australia. We coun...

33 minFEB 24
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Ep.9 Tackling Virtual Identify Theft w/ Yoti

Ep. 8 Demystifying Data Privacy w/ Sophina Kio-Lawson

Personaldatais used to make veryimportantdecisions in our lives. Personaldatacan be used to affect our reputations; and it can be used to influence our decisions and shape our behavior. It can be used as a tool to exercise control over us. And in the wrong hands, personaldatacan be used to cause us great harm. We had a chat with Sophina Kio-Lawson, Founder of SheSecure. Speaker Profile: Sophina Kio-Lawson is an Information Security Professional with over three(3) years of experience in the tech/cybersecurity space, co-founder for SheSecures and currently an Information Security postgraduate Student at the Royal Holloway University of London. Over the course of these years, She’s had the opportunity to work with some of the key players in social Innovation, financial, telecommunications and human rights sector as a Security Analyst/Researcher. This had led her to develop her skills as a digital security analyst (co-creating the safeonline.ng guide), being a web application security ...

52 minJAN 31
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Ep. 8 Demystifying Data Privacy w/ Sophina Kio-Lawson

Ep.7 Self-Hosting Wordpress Security w/ Yejide Adeoye

A hackedWordPresssite can cause serious damage to your business revenue and reputation. Hackers can steal user information, passwords, install malicious software, and can even distribute malware to your users. In this episode we talk about the security risks involved with Self-Hosting WordPress Site websites and daily tips you can use to protect their websites. Speaker Profile: Yejide Adeoye is an indispensable WordPress Security Specialist. She is a thought provoker who specialises in supporting SMEs on thinking about the best ways to protect their business activitiesonline. Having developed Self hosted WordPress websites since 2012, Yejide is well versed on the key security issues business owners,who use this platform, face on a day today basis.

37 min2019 NOV 12
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Ep.7 Self-Hosting Wordpress Security w/ Yejide Adeoye

Ep.6 IoT Security w/ Cigdem Sengul

The Internet of Things (IoT) is riddled with flaws. Many of these are systemic; a security flaw in one product will affect every device within that product line. Guided by Cigdem Sengul, Senior Researcher @ Nominet), this podcast provides the foundation of IoT Security. Speaker Profile: Cigdem Sengul a Senior Researcher in Nominet, mainly working on privacy and trust in Internet of Things. She has more than 10 years of experience in research and development in mobile and wireless networks in both academia and industry. Between 2012-2015, she was a Senior Lecturer in Oxford Brookes University, where she lectured on wireless and mobile networks, and conducted research on energy and interference efficiency in wireless mobile networks, and Internet of Robotic Things. From 2008-2012,she was with Telekom Innovation Labs (main research unit of Deutsche Telekom) as a Senior Research Scientist leading projects in Wireless Mesh Networks. Her work has been published in more than 50 journal and...

25 min2019 JUL 2
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Ep.6 IoT Security w/ Cigdem Sengul

Latest Episodes

Ep.15 How Private is your Period App? w/ Laura Shipp

An investigation fromprivacyadvocacy groupPrivacyInternational found thatperiod-tracking appsdownloaded by millions of users shared alarmingly sensitive data with Facebook and other third-parties, including users' drinking habits, medical symptoms, and when they last had sex. In this episode with expert Laura Shipp, we discuss the privacy issues with period apps, alternative solutions and way you can increase your privacy while using these apps.

41 minAUG 24
Comments
Ep.15 How Private is your Period App? w/ Laura Shipp

Ep.14 Data Brokers: Who sells our Data & Why w/ Rob Shavell

When it comes to data-privacy scandals, Facebook and Google immediately spring to mind as the key culprits. These companies are the scapegoats whose shady data-privacy practices get plastered all over the news and lead to investigations, but there are other companies that operate away from the spotlight, unbeknownst to most internet users. In this episode, we discuss data brokers, the industry, skills needed for the industry and ways you can reduce your digital footprint online. About Speaker: Rob, Abine CEO, co-founded Abine alongside Eugene and Andy and previously led Abine’s product and business development. Rob brought Abine’s core products to market, including DoNotTrackMe, which has protected the privacy of over 10 Million consumers and has been featured by hundreds of news outlets, including CNET, the Boston Globe, and the New York Times. Prior to Abine, Rob was VP Product at Identity Force, an identity theft provider and co-founder of one of the first consumer group travel portals, "TravelTogether.com” and was an associate at Softbank Capital Partners (Boston) and Softbank / Mobius Venture Capital (Silicon Valley). Rob has a BA from Cornell University where he began his studies in the school of Architecture. About Abine: https://www.abine.com Abine is the online privacy company -- they make easy-to-use tools for consumers to control what personal information companies, third parties, and other people see about them online.

40 minJUL 23
Comments
Ep.14 Data Brokers: Who sells our Data & Why w/ Rob Shavell

Ep.13 Gender Based Violence and Online Harms w/ Seyi Akiwowo

Globally, women are 27 times more likely to be harassed online. The online world is an extension or, in some ways, a mirror of offline realities and therefore violations of human rights and threats to our democracy also happen online. Over a third (34%) of Black, Asian or minority ethnic people (BAME) witnessed or experienced racial abuse in the seven months following the Brexit vote in June 2016, a TUC poll has found (1). Online abuse not only violates an individual’s right to live free from violence and to participate online but also undermines democratic exercises and good governance and, as such, creates a democratic deficit. In this episode we explore where the responsibility lies with online harms and where the future of research lies within this topic. Speaker Profile: Seyi Akiwowo (Shay-ee Aki-wo-wo)is the Founder and Executive Director of Glitch, a young not-for-profitorganisation determined to end online abuse through education, campaigns and advocacy. Using her lived experienced and expertise Seyi travels the globedeveloping practical solutionswith Governments, NGOs and companies to protect our online public spaces from hate and abuse. Seyi was named UK's Digital Leader of the Year and in 2018, she was name Stylist Magazine’s Woman of the Week. Her many achievements have been captured in books such as Slay in Your Lane and Misogynation. Seyi is Amnesty International’s Human Rights Defender and is part of the #ToxicTwitter campaign to end online abuse against women. Seyi was elected as the youngest black female Councillor in East London at age 23 andhas had nine successful years working in politics and the charity and policy sectors both in the UK and Europe. She is also an expert facilitator in skills, political leadership and inclusion and delivers workshops around the world including London, Montenegro Kuwait and UAE. Seyi is also an inspirational speaker and writer and has written several critical pieces including for the Guardian and gives talks on widening the participation and representation of diverse groups in public life. She is a graduate from the London School of Economics, a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and recently became a Fellow of the Institute for Canadian Citizenship.

32 minJUN 22
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Ep.13 Gender Based Violence and Online Harms w/ Seyi Akiwowo

Ep.12 Technology-Assisted Domestic Abuse w/ Julia Slupska

Technology can be very helpful to survivorsof domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking, but is also oftenmisused by abusers to harass, threaten, coerce, monitor, exploit, and violate their victims. The resources below explore the extent and nature of technology-facilitated abuse. In this podcast we discuss with Julia Slupska to discuss how smart home devices can be a tool for domestic violence and ways we can improve the security around it. Speaker Profile: Julia Slupska is a doctoral student at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cybersecurity and the Oxford Internet Institute. Her research focuses on how cybersecurity concepts and practices can address the technologically-mediated abuse. She is also exploring how feminist theories and methodology—such as participatory action research and the ethics of care—can improve cybersecurity. Previously, she completed the MSc in Social Science of the Internet on the role of metaphors in international cybersecurity policy. Before joining the OII, Julia worked on an LSE Law project on comparative regional integration and coordinated a course on Economics in Foreign Policy for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. She also works as a freelance photographer. Useful Links: DIY Guide to Feminist Cybersecurity: https://hackblossom.org/cybersecurity/ (An easily accessible guide with free tools for improving digital security) Gender and IoT Lab: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/steapp/research/digital-technologies-policy-laboratory/gender-and-iot (Research team looking at smart home devices and domestic abuse) IPV Tech Research Lab: https://www.ipvtechresearch.org/ (Research team looking at computer security and intimate partner abuse) Intimate partner abuse and domestic violence support services: National Stalking Helpine: 0808 802 0300 https://www.suzylamplugh.org/pages/category/national-stalking-helpline Women's Aid: https://www.womensaid.org.uk/ Refuge: https://www.refuge.org.uk/ Reconfigure: https://medium.com/@reconfigure2020/reconfigure-introducing-feminist-digital-privacy-workshops-31710b704c47

37 minMAY 25
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Ep.12 Technology-Assisted Domestic Abuse w/ Julia Slupska

Ep.11 GDPR Post Brexit w/ Harry Boje

Data protection is unlikely to be foremost in people’s minds when considering the impact of Brexit, whether it be soft or hard, deal or no deal. The UK Government has, however, recently issued papers about various topics in a ‘no deal’ situation and one of these entitled:Data protection if there’s no Brexit deal. In this podcast we speak with Harry Boje, a Data Privacy expert. Speaker Profile: Harry Boje is a Certified Data Protection Officer and GDPR certified data protection specialist, with an exemplary career spanning across the public and private sector for NHS hospitals, leasing companies, digital media specialists, global pharmaceuticals, charities, universities and multi-billion global manufacturing businesses. He has experience in global organisation in world as Group Data Protection Officer & present a Chief Privacy officer for large Non For-Profit organisation. Prior to these role Harry has work on GDPR project across different sector for the past 3 years ranging from...

30 minAPR 27
Comments
Ep.11 GDPR Post Brexit w/ Harry Boje

Ep.10 Understanding Email Scams w/ Aisha Tummon

Email Phishingis the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by disguising oneself as a trustworthy entity through an email. Speaker Profile: Aisha is a lawyer and Director of Business Developmentat Orbital Witness, she previously worked at cyber security company Tessian. Aisha isalso Co-Founder of WEDS (We Empowering Diversity in Start-ups). WEDS is a network founded by women in start-upswho believe that diversity and inclusion of all kinds are essential and drive happiness and success in the workplace.

30 minMAR 23
Comments
Ep.10 Understanding Email Scams w/ Aisha Tummon

Ep.9 Tackling Virtual Identify Theft w/ Yoti

Over the past few years, we have seen an unprecedented number of data breaches and a huge amount of personal information exposed. This has resulted in an increase in Identity Theft. According toBreach Level Index, identity theft accounted for 64% of data breaches between January and June 2016. We got to speak to Yoti about Identity theft, it's size, impact and ways in which we can secure our Digital Identity. Speaker Profile: Julie Dawson, Director of Regulatory & Policy, Yoti Julie leads regulatory and government relations, steers our ethics framework development liaising closely with the Yoti Guardians Council, and prepares Yoti for external accreditations - such as ISO 27001, BCorps for ethics and transparency and the SOC2 security accreditation. About Yoti: Yoti is an identity checking system that allows organisations to verify who people are, online and in person. Yoti has a team of 250 based in London, with offices in Mumbai and present in the US, Canada and Australia. We coun...

33 minFEB 24
Comments
Ep.9 Tackling Virtual Identify Theft w/ Yoti

Ep. 8 Demystifying Data Privacy w/ Sophina Kio-Lawson

Personaldatais used to make veryimportantdecisions in our lives. Personaldatacan be used to affect our reputations; and it can be used to influence our decisions and shape our behavior. It can be used as a tool to exercise control over us. And in the wrong hands, personaldatacan be used to cause us great harm. We had a chat with Sophina Kio-Lawson, Founder of SheSecure. Speaker Profile: Sophina Kio-Lawson is an Information Security Professional with over three(3) years of experience in the tech/cybersecurity space, co-founder for SheSecures and currently an Information Security postgraduate Student at the Royal Holloway University of London. Over the course of these years, She’s had the opportunity to work with some of the key players in social Innovation, financial, telecommunications and human rights sector as a Security Analyst/Researcher. This had led her to develop her skills as a digital security analyst (co-creating the safeonline.ng guide), being a web application security ...

52 minJAN 31
Comments
Ep. 8 Demystifying Data Privacy w/ Sophina Kio-Lawson

Ep.7 Self-Hosting Wordpress Security w/ Yejide Adeoye

A hackedWordPresssite can cause serious damage to your business revenue and reputation. Hackers can steal user information, passwords, install malicious software, and can even distribute malware to your users. In this episode we talk about the security risks involved with Self-Hosting WordPress Site websites and daily tips you can use to protect their websites. Speaker Profile: Yejide Adeoye is an indispensable WordPress Security Specialist. She is a thought provoker who specialises in supporting SMEs on thinking about the best ways to protect their business activitiesonline. Having developed Self hosted WordPress websites since 2012, Yejide is well versed on the key security issues business owners,who use this platform, face on a day today basis.

37 min2019 NOV 12
Comments
Ep.7 Self-Hosting Wordpress Security w/ Yejide Adeoye

Ep.6 IoT Security w/ Cigdem Sengul

The Internet of Things (IoT) is riddled with flaws. Many of these are systemic; a security flaw in one product will affect every device within that product line. Guided by Cigdem Sengul, Senior Researcher @ Nominet), this podcast provides the foundation of IoT Security. Speaker Profile: Cigdem Sengul a Senior Researcher in Nominet, mainly working on privacy and trust in Internet of Things. She has more than 10 years of experience in research and development in mobile and wireless networks in both academia and industry. Between 2012-2015, she was a Senior Lecturer in Oxford Brookes University, where she lectured on wireless and mobile networks, and conducted research on energy and interference efficiency in wireless mobile networks, and Internet of Robotic Things. From 2008-2012,she was with Telekom Innovation Labs (main research unit of Deutsche Telekom) as a Senior Research Scientist leading projects in Wireless Mesh Networks. Her work has been published in more than 50 journal and...

25 min2019 JUL 2
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Ep.6 IoT Security w/ Cigdem Sengul

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