Last updated at Fri, 09 Sep 2022 19:41:59 GMT

Please note, this episode was recorded before Security Nation became aware of the allegations surfaced in the Post-Def Con 29 Transparency Report by Def Con organizers and the hacker community.

Please be advised the following podcast contains sensitive subject matter.

In this week’s episode of Security Nation, we sit down with Chris Hadnagy, CEO and founder of the Innocent Lives Foundation, about the charity’s work in unmasking anonymous online predators to help bring them to justice. The foundation leverages a network of OSINT-savvy volunteers to uncover people who produce and profit from child pornography and those who traffic children in order to bring those findings to members of federal and local law enforcement. Throughout the podcast, Chris talks about what inspired him to start this charity, what it took to get other people involved, how the program works, the importance of maintaining volunteers’ mental well-being, and how interested parties can get involved.

Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod highlights a few vulnerabilities that didn’t get their time in the spotlight after the recent Patch Tuesday announcement.

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