cyphercon podcast

Your Hacker Podcast.

Explore interviews with hackers involved with CypherCon, Wisconsin’s Hacker Conference. CypherCon attracts over 1000 attendees every Spring in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

New Episodes release on the First & Third Tuesday each month. 

Join us at the next CypherCon in Spring 2021


Our Recent Episodes

Episode 36: Hacking the Writer’s Mind

On this episode, Janine Ayana Watkins AKA Winner joins me to discuss her new book Sonder Lives: Here Lies Sonder Light. It’s a fascinating sci-fi novel about an amnesiac Marsean who is piecing together her memories about her mission when she came to Arth....

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Episode 35: When the Truth is a Lie

On this episode, I interview my good friend and journalist, Geoff Davidian about his most recent article When the Truth is a Lie, an Image is an Ethical Selfie. We talk a bit about this article and the state of journalism today as well...

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Episode 34: InfoSec Oasis

Trenton Ivey and Sean Peterson did it! They created what hackers have been talking about for years – the first VR Con (that we know of)! This conversation blew my mind and I hope it blows yours away too! It’s been Trenton’s dream for...

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Episode 33: Hack All The Sounds

On this episode I have the honor of chatting with int eighty, half of the hip hop duo DualCore ( We talk about the music making process, a few songs from their latest album Downtime, how he went from a hacker to a hacker...

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Episode 32: Shecky the Missing 8th Dwarf

On this episode I chat with Mike Kavka AKA Shecky on the state of security, hiring for security, as well as trying to get your foot in the door if you want to get into security. As bonus you’ll also hear the story about...

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Episode 31: COVID-19 Pandemic

Today is April 5, two days after CypherCon would have normally ended had it not been due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Michelle Meas, an infectious disease researcher at Berkley, joins me on this episode of the podcast to discuss all things COVID-19. We talk...

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