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The Hacker Mind is an original podcast from ForAllSecure. It’s the stories from the individuals behind the hacks you’ve read about. It’s about meeting some of the security challenges in software through advanced techniques such as fuzz testing. It’s a view of the hackers and their world that you may not have heard before.
 
The age of the customer isn’t a tagline — it’s a fundamental shift in the market that is forcing companies and executives to change course. In Forrester’s What It Means podcast, we’ll examine those changes, what they mean, and what executives can do about them.
 
Employco’s HR podcast offers listeners valuable insight into employment-related topics. In a roundtable format, Employco’s executive team discusses current legislative and strategic issues related to all areas of human resources. Topics range from labor law compliance, recruitment, employee engagement, retention, compensation and benefits, and employee relations.
 
A news and information offensive against those responsible for IP theft, privacy infringement losses and tying US rights around global trade deficits with APAC (CCP). They may hide behind carefully layered NGOs, complicit E&C fixer firms to scrub out dissent or competition, but we have you in our sights: Big Tech, Big Media, and King County politicos. Now it's time to tell the rest of the world what we know and see every day and which locals paved the path to hell with other people's informa ...
 
A podcast about technology and political economy /// Agitprop against innovation and capital /// Hosted by Jathan Sadowski and Edward Ongweso Jr., Produced by Jereme Brown /// Hello friends and enemies Listen anywhere that fine podcasts are distributed. Subscribe at patreon.com/thismachinekills to get premium episodes every week.
 
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The Good Robot

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The Good Robot

University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies

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Join University of Cambridge Christina Gaw postdoctoral researchers Eleanor Drage and Kerry Mackereth as they ask the experts: what is good technology? Is ‘good’ technology even possible? And what does feminism have to say about it? Each week, they invite scholars, industry practitioners, activists, and more to provide their unique perspective on what feminism can bring to the tech industry and the way that we think about technology. With each conversation, The Good Robot asks how feminism c ...
 
Face recognition system is used for human verification and it is most advanced technology. If you need someone to provide and install the best biometric system then Revlight Solutions is the name you can trust. It provides high-definition fingerprint and face recognition systems which are completely secure and ideal to meet your needs. For more detail, visit: https://www.revlight.com.sg/biometric-door-access/
 
Save more and spend less is more than just a motto for money expert Clark Howard; it’s a way of life. Clark and his crew — Team Clark — are on a mission to empower people to take control of their personal finances by providing money-saving tips, consumer advice, hot deals and economic news to help everyone achieve financial freedom. Clark is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and a consumer reporter for television stations around the country. His podcast, The Clark Howard Show, rec ...
 
Catch the State of Identity podcast with host Cameron D'Ambrosi, The Thesis webinar series with Nick Holland, and Investing in Identity moderated by Liminal CEO Travis Jarae all right here! State of Identity (SOI) is the identity industry's leading podcast. Each week host Cameron D’Ambrosi brings together the greatest minds in identity for an open discussion on the present and future technologies, companies, people, and paradigms that define who we are in the modern world, and how the world ...
 
This podcast is dedicated to helping the Enterprise Fintech industry navigate the threats and opportunities of the 2020s. Each episode features an interview with an executive or thought leader, discussing topics such as marketing, growth, sales, culture, career and more. If you’re looking to overcome your growth challenges and discover new ideas to engage with your prospects and clients or learn best practices from B2B Fintech experts, this show is for you.
 
The Immigration Mastermind is a podcast for immigrants and their families that shares tips, insights, and tidbits to help guide the quest for permanent residence and citizenship in the United States. The podcast strives to build knowledge, while dispelling myths in short bite-sized, easy-to-understand snippets of pull-no-punches information. Designed for both immigrant families who have already started the immigration process and those just starting to think about their journey, the Immigrat ...
 
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Grow Your Practice Podcast

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Grow Your Practice Podcast

Chad Madden, Co-Founder of Breakthrough

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Each week, the Grow Your Practice Podcast with Chad Madden of Breakthrough brings you no-nonsense marketing & business growth strategies that deliver new patients and higher profits. Co-Founder of Breakthrough, Owner of Madden Physical Therapy and Author of "Killer Marketing Secrets for Private Practice PTs", Chad grew his practice 600% in the last five years using direct response marketing strategies. He sees more than 200 new patients each month in his single location Private Practice. Now ...
 
The Healium podcast is based around the XR application Healium. We discuss all things virtual and augmented reality, women-owned business, entrepreneurship, and more. Our app combines mental health and technology in a world where burnout is the norm. Download our free app for iOS and Android: https://www.tryhealium.com/buy/
 
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We start the show looking back at a Wired cover story from 1997 predicting the next 25 years would be The Long Boom. But oops! Turns out all the bad future spoilers came true instead. We dive deep into Aadhaar, the Indian government’s massive biometric identity database that has enrolled the information of more than a billion people. We talk about …
 
AI is almost good enough at simulating human activity to defeat the biometric systems designed to fight fraud, effectively putting us back at square one. Iain Paterson and Justin Macorin join The Hacker Mind podcast to share insights from their SecTor 2021 talk on hacking behavioral biometrics. If an adversarial actor wants to simulate user behavio…
 
We start talking about conferences using biometric security, edge detection, and included your right to be forgotten. In this fascinating conversation, we go into future projections of what it's going to take for people get privacy including the idea of using AI so face are left out the photographs! Would be possible? If so, what would drive that a…
 
A breakdown of 7 benefits of how introducing cloud-based voice biometrics can benefit your business, reducing costs and enhancing the customer experience. Try the demo at https://webdemo.aculab.com/ Have more questions? Check out our FAQs https://www.aculab.com/knowledgebase-faqs/category/voice-biometrics-faq/…
 
In this episode we chat to Ranjit Singh, a postdoctoral scholar for the AI On The Ground team at the New York-based Data & Society Research Institute. We discuss India’s Biometric Identification System, the problems with verifying a population of a billion people, and the difficulties in having to check whether beneficiaries of state pensions are s…
 
Biometrics have gotten a lot of attention in recent years. Biometric authentication systems have the potential to take the place of passwords, streamlining the user login experience. But there are a lot of considerations before taking these systems into use. When should they be used, and how? What are the risks, and when should biometrics be approa…
 
Clark discusses NFTs with Team Clark’s Christopher Smith who has done really well with them. Can you get rich quick? // Tax rates on regular savings interest and on investment earnings have been adjusted for next year. Clark explains how it pays to know the difference and save accordingly. Ask Clark topics include: 3 Rules for Buying Gold - Clark’s…
 
We pick up with part two of our deep dive into Aadhaar, looking at the social issues, political implications, and street-level implementation. Building on the work of Ranjit Singh and Steven Jackson, we first lay out an analysis of what it means to “see like an infrastructure.” Then we dwell on the problems, errors, and glitches involved in making …
 
El Salvador's president made Bitcoin legal tender, now he wants to build a city. Joe Tidy speaks to Salvodoran-American cryptocurrency enthusiast and investor Gerson Martinez about the Central American country's experience with Bitcoin since its introduction earlier this year. Plus 193 member states of the UN agency Unesco say they want a more ethi…
 
This week we talk to Daniel Magson, who has been campaigning to stop diet ad companies from targeting people with eating disorders, and Eva Blum-Dumontet, who wrote PI's recent report on the data collected by diet companies. Links Daniel's petition: https://www.change.org/p/uk-parliament-ban-advertisers-from-targeting-eating-disorders PI's diet ads…
 
The topic of application security has never been more important. So how are companies approaching appsec? What should companies do to ensure appsec gets the attention it needs? Antti Tuomi, who works in Japan, and Antti Vaha-Sipila (known as AVS), from Finland, join the show to share their thoughts on changes in application security, shifting left,…
 
This podcast episode is about to cover what the Axios reporters wouldn't: LA port supply chain chokes from vaccination mandates and Union refusals to comply and more on why you shouldn't let Communists run your ports. Don't cancel the oilers because green energy isn't as plentiful an option as you may want it to be. https://www.greenbiz.com/article…
 
In this episode, we chat to Jess Smith, a PhD student at the University of Colorado in Information Science and co-host of the Radical AI podcast who specialises in the intersections of artificial intelligence, machine learning and ethics. We discuss the tensions between Silicon Valley’s move fast and break stuff mantra and the slower pace of ethics…
 
For the record, Tempest DelFuego is a fictional name attached to a real personality. The real person experiences cold, gets soaked in the rain and also feels the direct impact of a leftist led environment in Western Washington State, where progressives treat the law as if it is a subjective matter. That looks like law to be selectively enforced by …
 
The STIR/SHAKEN framework has been the talk of the North American telecoms town over the past few years, but what is it, how does it impact your business, and how can you make sure your business’s communications conform to this framework? Full breakdown of attestation levels at https://www.aculab.com/cloud/guides/calls/outbound/stir-shaken/ To star…
 
Control over buying and selling involves control over pretty much everything. If the government wants to restrict your movements, they will. If they want to track you, they will. You get the idea. We are experiencing on a small scale what this kind of control will be full scale in the future. (Pastor Gene Pensiero)…
 
Cold open: MCI “Anthem” commercial (1997): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioVMoeCbrigWe dig into Chapter 3, “Scenes of Empowerment, of Wendy H.K. Chun’s book and talk about the pervasive ideology of the internet as an emancipatory world of virtual equality where things like race, gender, age, and ability cease to exist. And discuss how, despite th…
 
Today's episode is about supply chains but with a Cloud2030 twist. We focused on forward leaning futures by looking into how supply chains are being disrupted. It's going to be hard to get them working again if they can ever come back!Transcript: https://otter.ai/u/fBMFUh1TtBwdFvh7q0tKgpwW7kAImage: https://www.pexels.com/photo/buildings-cars-city-c…
 
Christa shares Clark Stinks posts with Clark. Submit yours at Clark.com/ClarkStinks. / The big box retailers are better stocked for Christmas than anticipated. Inventory and sales are up. Clark lets you know what’s a deal and what’s not right now. The market never stops changing - how to be flexible in a time of rising prices. Clark Stinks and Ask …
 
How hackers stole millions from companies around the world, and why they're so difficult to stop. Chris Fox speaks to Jen Ellis from cybersecurity firm Rapid7 and to Tom Pace from NetRise about the growth in ransomware attacks in recent years, and why companies often feel they have no choice but to pay large ransoms. And Joe Tidy travels to Russia …
 
A USA Today investigation found 121 recalled or banned toy products, some of which have had fatal consequences, sold on Facebook Marketplace with no oversight. This is not unique to Facebook. The U.S. gov is suing Amazon for selling dangerous products. What to know and look out for from these and other marketplace sellers. // Americans are a genero…
 
The past 10 years have introduced and welcomed mobile wallets, digital assistants, and the adoption of digital identity verification. With the intricacies of our online lives, the notion of tying verification to a credential is slowly dissipating. In this week's State of Identity podcast, join host, Cameron D'Ambrosi, and Rick Song, Co-founder, and…
 
Holiday package thieves are a real problem and delivered goods will be priced higher than picked up merchandise. Clark discusses the advantages of “click & collect” and Amazon lockers / In modern media, the traditional wall that separates advertising from content has broken down in every format & platform. A con artist posing as a Texas financial r…
 
On this month’s podcast Rob, Scott, and Jason discuss health insurance renewals. They cover new rates for 2022, stories of high increases, the effects of COVID-related claims, recommendations for employers on how to save money (from plan design changes to routine care), the importance of voluntary benefits/perks, and more.From health care to our bu…
 
We’re very pleased to be joined by Britt Young, a PhD candidate in geography at UC Berkeley, who works on the intersection of technology and disability. We dive into the militarized R&D for prosthetics, Britt’s experiences using an advanced “cyborg” arm, the vast inequality in access to workable prosthetics, and question if our society’s approach t…
 
“Skimpflation” is a form of hidden tax via customer no-service, with companies cutting corners in almost all sectors. Surviving businesses are dealing with increased demand and labor shortages - another dislocation to work through in the economy. // While spending billions on non-stop ads, the traditional market-driven insurance industry is being t…
 
In this month's Investing in Identity series, we break down the latest industry trends including: Movers & Shakers: Socure's $450MM raise at a $4.5B valuation in identity verification, Permutive's $75MM raise in privacy-first infrastructure for advertising, Neuro-ID's $35MM for behavioral analytics, and more M&A Activity: McAfee's going private in …
 
A deep dive into the issue of Data and Ethics for professional investors and allocators with Bill Kelly, Chairman and CEO of the CAIA Association. CAIA is the global professional body dedicated to alternative investments, seeking greater alignment, transparency, and knowledge for all investors. TIMESTAMPS 00:00 Introduction to Data & Ethics with Bi…
 
It’s the time of year to make elections for your retirement accounts. News on next year’s new income and contribution limits for retirement accounts and tax implications moving forward. / Zillow is out of the home buying business, but other iBuyer companies are still thriving. Industry update and when & where using an iBuyer makes sense for home se…
 
In episode 37, Zack and Jenn discuss training gear as well as injury prevention and rehabilitation. They dive into how and when to use weightlifting belts, knee sleeves, pull-up grips and the importance of proper footwear. They also discuss why the R.I.C.E. method for treating an injury is a thing of the past. Thanks for listening! - Jenn & Zack ww…
 
The future is an intrusive surveillance state. Facial recognition, retinal scans, palm scans, and implanted chips are the tip of the technology iceberg that exist and are currently in use. Any of them could be used by government to restrict buying and selling, restrict travel, or pretty much anything else. (Pastor Gene Pensiero)…
 
Why don’t people like crypto? Obviously because they’re old fuddy duddies who don’t want to wrap their mind around new technology! We talk about Ed’s reporting trip to Puerto Rico and why the island has become a haven for crypto enclaves. We then end with a nice palate cleanser as Ed tells us about a recent panel he attended with David Wengrow abou…
 
Why are Backups so Tricky?Backups are really, really tricky! We talk through a lot of different things that you have to consider in making successful backups like security, resilience, how you store the data, how you recover the data and rebuild the systems. Basically, we ran the gamut on backup challenges.You really need to think through a lot of …
 
Christa shares Clark Stinks posts with Clark. Submit yours at Clark.com/ClarkStinks. / The final phase of pandemic relief allows for lower premiums, more subsidies and smaller deductibles on health insurance for qualifying individuals and families for 2022. Revisit Healthcare.gov to enroll by Dec. 15. Clark explains Medicare Advantage plans & the u…
 
Alex Tong, Principal at Information Venture Partners brings us into a deep dive into Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) technology and his firm's investments in Strike Graph, a Cybersecurity Compliance SaaS. Governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) are three pillars of cybersecurity management. They enable an organization to effectively…
 
Alleged hackers are arrested and millions of dollars recovered in a global police operation. Is the tide finally turning in the battle against ransomware attacks? Jane Wakefield speaks to James Chappell from cybersecurity firm Digital Shadows. Plus companies like Facebook have virtual reality at the heart of their plans for the metaverse, but is au…
 
This week we talk to Juan Diego from Fundación Karisma - one of our partners based in Colombia - about the use of technology in the response to the Covid pandemic and their report "Useless and Dangerous: A Critical Exploration of Covid Applications and Their Human Rights Impacts in Colombia". You can find out more from Karisma here: https://web.kar…
 
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