A conversation with Justin Seitz

In this brand new edition of the Exploring Information Security podcast, I have a conversation with Justin Seitz (@jms_dot_py).

When I have guests hop on the podcast, I usually try to break the ice a little and get them warmed up for the episode. Often times these can turn into some really good conversation about the infosec field. I'd like to start capturing those conversation and release them (with the person's permission), because there are some really great insights.

I've released this episode early to the people on my newsletter (check below to get in on the fun). I wanted to get feedback and also give people who sign-up some bonus content, which is something I hope to do more.

In this episode we discuss:

  • My unique role working with other departments
  • Report writing and dealing with awful reports
  • Similarities between the developer boom and the security boom

What is Hunchly?

In this screenshot edition of the Exploring Information Security podcast, Justin Seitz joins me to discuss Hunchly.

Justin (@jms_dot_py) is the creator of Hunchly. I got to know Hunchly at SANS SEC487 OSINT training earlier this year. It's a fantastic tool that takes screenshot as the web is browsed. This is very useful for investigations involving OSINT. I'm also finding it useful for incident response, particularly for clicking on phishing pages. I sometimes forget to take screenshots as I'm investigating a phishing page. Having Hunchly means, I don't have to worry about taking screenshots. I then use the screenshots for reports and training. It's a really useful tool.

In this episode we discuss:

  • What is Hunchly?
  • How did Hunchly come about?
  • Who should use Hunchly?
  • What is the cost of Hunchly?

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