|INTERVIEW: Christian Science Monitor: Passcode||Joe Uchill - July 30, 2015|
"Michael Schrenk on stealing data your company gives away for free"
In advance of his presentation at the Def Con conference in Las Vegas, Passcode spoke with Schrenk about the insider information he's paid to glean from the open Internet – and how companies can better protect themselves from having their inside plans exposed or used against them by competitors.
|INTERVIEW: LookingGlass||DEFCON Teaser, Jun 2011|
"Leaking Trade Secrets: A Conversation with Michael Schrenk"
This interview, with LookingGlass was a lead-in to my talk at DEFCON XXII.
|INTERVIEW: SOL LEDERMAN||Apr 2012|
"Federated Search Blog"
I was interviewed by Sol Lederman on my upcoming book. The entire interview can be heard here: Listen to Mike Schrenk interviewed by Sol Lederman
|INTERVIEW: BBC WORLD SERVICE, London UK||Aug 2011|
This was the second of two interviews I did in one day for The British Broadcasting Corporation. This one was conducted live and for BBC World Service (radio).
|INTERVIEW: BBC RADIO, London UK||Aug 2011|
"The DEFCON Hacker's Conference"
This was recorded interview conducted by BBC Radio in London, and the first of two BBC interviews I did this day..
|INTERVIEW: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PUBLIC RADIO (KPCC 89.3 FM)||Aug 2011|
"The integrity of Software Developers"
I was part of a live panel discussion, where we discussed the integrity of so-called security providers and software developers.
|INTERVIEW: ELISABETTA TOLA, BOLOGNA ITALY||Oct 2010|
"Innovation in Data-Driven Journalism"
This was a recorded interview I did with Elisabetta Tola, that was later translated into Italian for broadcast in Bologna Italy.
|DATA JOURNALISM: OLA SAMZELLAS ANNONSBILAGA SOM MEDFȏLJER JOURNALISTEN SWEDEN||Feb 2010|
"Lär Journalister Att Tänak Som Datahackare"
|INTERVIEW: SENTEO GmBH, MOSCOW RUSSIAN FEDERATION||Spring 2008|
In 2007 and 2008, I did a lot of work for Senteo, a company that consults to banks on creating customer experience. Most of the clients are banks in Eastern Europe.