Who are these mysterious hackers that the world is afraid of? Have you ever wondered who they are and what they’ve done? Whether you're new to the world of cyber security, a seasoned engineer, or just someone that’s picked up enough to follow along, we’ve got a podcast for you.Hacking the Gibson is a podcast about the history of cyber security on the Internet. We’ve pulled together stories of the Information Superhighwaymen that have shaped the Internet. Some are heroes and heroines, some are villains, and some went on to change the world.Thrown in for some context, we’ll also go in to some cold war spy stories that show that history keeps repeating; as well as some nuts and bolts of how we got to the Internet we have today.Presented by Hackalope and Ymir
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