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Interviews with people who have transitioned and got jobs in #infosec and #cybersecurity so you can learn and be inspired from their experience. There is no linear path into the field of Information Security, so the hope is that you will resonate with at least one of the guests. Some of my guests were teachers, paralegals, librarians, military vets, developers, and IT help desk techs (to name a few) before transitioning. Also featuring "spoof" ads poking fun at the industry.
 
Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self-Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self-hosters" who share their lessons and take you along for the journey as they learn new ones. A Jupiter Broadcasting podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
 
Interested in what is going on in the world of blockchain and crypto assets? Want to understand how the most pioneering entrepreneurs, enterprises and governments are creating the digital economies of the future? Involving a range of superb guests of likeminded innovators, enablers, investors, government officials, executives and more, Encrypted takes you on a journey to make sense of what is going on in the Wild West of cryptocurrencies, understand valid use cases of blockchain technology a ...
 
Hosted by Molly Wood, “Marketplace Tech” demystifies the digital economy. The daily radio show and podcast uncovers how tech influences our lives in unexpected ways and provides context for listeners who care about the impact of tech, business and the digital world. Transforming breaking news to breaking ideas, Marketplace Tech uncovers themes that transcend the hype in an industry that’s constantly changing. Reporting from Oakland, California host Molly Wood asks smart questions that connec ...
 
The Encrypted Economy podcast explores the business, laws, regulation, and security relating to our most valuable digital data...whether financial assets, proprietary data or personal information. Join us each week as we delve into what makes up the new encrypted economy as well as the developments that are shaping our economies and world.
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
Engineers consistently exclude non-technical people from understanding enough about technology to better utilise it. This is wrong! Engineers should be equipping non-technical people with enough of an understanding to make the right business decisions, without trying to drag them all the way down into the detail.
 
SearchSecurity.com's Security Wire Weekly podcast recaps the week's top IT security news. Learn about the latest virus, worm, Trojan, phishing or identity theft scam. Find out the latest strategies for keeping your network and company data secure. Hear what industry experts recommend you watch for in the weeks ahead.
 
Our podcast is for partners, owners and CEOs of small businesses to keep informed on risks and mitigation strategies regarding IT services and cyber security products that work well in a small business environment. Femi and Stephen will talk candidly and go between the headlines of global cyber security events and malware and bring it back to how it may affect small businesses in particular.
 
Hello! This is The Vergecast, the flagship podcast of The Verge... and your life. Every Friday, Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn make sense of the week's tech news with help from our wide-ranging staff. And on Tuesdays, Nilay hosts in-depth, one-on-one interviews with major technology leaders. Join us every week for a fun, deeply nerdy, often off-the-rails conversation about what's happening now (and next) in technology and gadgets.
 
The goal of this podcast, as the name suggests, is to teach people about technology. This is not a show that's just for hardcore technologists like software programmers or cybersecurity experts. Although we will cover topics like these, this podcast is really for those who want to learn more about technology.Find us.- creativefoam.com- Facebook: @CreativeFoamCorporation- LinkedIn: Creative Foam Corp
 
This is a podcast all about quantum computing news, basic concepts, and what people in the field are doing. Quantum computing is serious stuff and we talk about serious science, but I try to not take myself too seriously. With that being said, quantum computing is rad as heck. Oh and here's the obligatory phrase " quantum computing podcast " so search engines pick this up. Follow me on Minds to get updates on what I'm working on: https://www.minds.com/1ethanhansen?referrer=1ethanhansen Shoot ...
 
Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of the software world. Hosts Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo face their imposter syndrome so you don’t have to. Expect in-depth interviews with the best and brightest in software engineering, open source, and leadership. This is a polyglot podcast. All programming languages, platforms, and communities are welcome. Open source moves fast. Keep up.
 
Smart Tech Today explains the exciting, dynamic, and sometimes-confusing subject that is the Internet of Things. Mikah Sargent and Matthew Cassinelli guide you through smart switches, lights, thermostats, speakers, and other connected tech. Every week, learn how to make the most of your smart tech. New episodes every Thursday at 4:30 pm Eastern / 1:30 pm Pacific / 21:30 UTC
 
Smart Tech Today explains the exciting, dynamic, and sometimes-confusing subject that is the Internet of Things. Mikah Sargent and Matthew Cassinelli guide you through smart switches, lights, thermostats, speakers, and other connected tech. Every week, learn how to make the most of your smart tech. New episodes every Thursday at 4:30 pm Eastern / 1:30 pm Pacific / 21:30 UTC
 
Welcome to the Cybrary Podcast! In this show, we will be speaking with current leaders and experts in the IT and Cybersecurity fields. Discussing topics from DevSecOps and Ransomware attacks to diversity and the retention of talent the Cybrary Podcast covers it all. Come join us on Cybrary and get to your Next Level! Want authorized access to the top security tips from the experts in InfoSec? Bi-weekly, join Thycotic’s ethical hacker Joseph Carson and the cybersecurity training experts from ...
 
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Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a TR publication, continues his discussion in Part – 2 with Colin Constable, CTO and Kevin Nickels, CPO are two of the visionary co-founders of The @ Company.Kevin NickelsColin ConstableThe evolving alternative internet is a direct result of the intrusions, lack of security provided and data manipulation by the i…
 
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is John Verry. John is the Founder of Pivot Point Security, as well as the host of his own podcast called The Virtual CISO. He helps organizations of all shapes and sizes become certified in accordance with leading security frameworks like ISO 27001, and the new CMMC standard. John also specializes in re…
 
“Protecting data wherever it lives” is at the forefront of the long debated question: Is your data secure? The apps you use, the websites you visit, the Zoom calls you're on - there is so much personal and business information availble, but who makes the decisions about data handling and security? Jonathan and Mike welcome Patrick Walsh, CEO of Iro…
 
Author of Grokking Bitcoin, Kalle Rosenbaum joins Ced to discuss: - How does the Bitcoin network prevent cheating - What is a cryptographic function & is it a defensive weapon of war - Will government punish their people harshly for using Bitcoin & how bloody and violent will it get - How cyptographic tools & encryption are the only ways to maintai…
 
In this episode we speak with Saqr Ereiqat, consultant at IBM and Akbar Farook, founder of Just Chain, a justice in the public blockchain space solution. We start off speaking about what blockchain applications are currently live in the region and where enterprise utilizes blockchain for the betterment of business. Saqr and Akbar both share their v…
 
“Our secret sauce is a product we built called VIIBE,” says Daniel Rosenrauch, Chief Technology Officer at Viirtue. VIIBE distinguishes Viirtue by offering a unique back-office solution for Viirtue’s partners, “… to have a successful VoIP business, whether its sales, marketing, quoting, taxation, invoicing, learning, we really try to give that to o…
 
Now that COVID-19 vaccines are pretty close to mass production in the U.S., it’s even more crucial to fight misinformation about them. That battle is going … OK. Twitter this week said it will ban users who spread COVID-19 vaccine misinformation after five strikes. Facebook last month said it would do more to remove misleading vaccine information o…
 
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk to Billboard's Micah Singleton about Jack Dorsey’s Square, Inc. buying a majority stake in Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal. Verge senior editor Tom Warren joins the show to discuss the announcement of Microsoft's Mesh mixed reality platform and the various updates to Microsoft Teams, Outlook, and more. Further readi…
 
On this episode of Smart Tech Today with Mikah Sargent and Matthew Cassinelli: iRobot says it'll be a few weeks until it can clean up its latest Roomba software update mess Gatorade's Wearable Patch Tells You How Much Gatorade to Drink Amazon releases surprise Alexa app for Microsoft Xbox, with voice controls and video features Voice assistants ena…
 
On this episode of Smart Tech Today with Mikah Sargent and Matthew Cassinelli: iRobot says it'll be a few weeks until it can clean up its latest Roomba software update mess Gatorade's Wearable Patch Tells You How Much Gatorade to Drink Amazon releases surprise Alexa app for Microsoft Xbox, with voice controls and video features Voice assistants ena…
 
As companies shift to virtual employees and servers are relocated or migrated to the cloud, IT managers and risk management teams should be concerned about growing opportunities for data mishandling that could result in a damaging data breach. It’s not just heavily regulated industries such as finance and healthcare, enterprise-wide data destructio…
 
Google is getting rid of third-party cookies in its Chrome browser next year and will stop selling ads based on your browsing history. No more tracking you all over the web and targeting you with ads everywhere you are. The company also said in a blog post that it won’t replace cookies with another personal tracking technology. Google is moving to …
 
Julien Bouteloup is a serial entrepreneur, Ethereum developer and addict of crazy innovative ideas. He started his entrepreneurial career building websites and selling hardware technologies at age 14. Today he is involved with many projects including Stake Capital, Rekt, Curve Finance, and he advises several crypto companies. Julien strives to brin…
 
Part of the problem with the COVID-19 vaccine is that the tech to get it isn’t accessible to the people who need it most. Online-only appointment systems are leaving out people without internet access or devices, and clunky, buggy websites are testing everyone’s digital literacy. For Nicol Turner Lee, a fellow at the Brookings Institution, it’s par…
 
Calling all engineers! This week on the Cybrary Podcast, we welcome Zachary Ozer from ClubHouse. From one VP of Engineering to another, Mike and Zach talk all things development, product planning, and how to help junior and senior engineers be more effective and enjoy their jobs. Zach also offers key insights into how people at ClubHouse further th…
 
In a time when big tech is censoring and using your data to manipulate information you search for on the internet, it is time to step back and assess what in the world is going on with the internet.Kevin NickelsColin ConstableColin Constable, CTO and Kevin Nickels, CPO are two of the visionary co-founders of The @ Company. They speak with Don Witt …
 
So, here’s what’s going on with the chip shortage thing. First, among U.S. chipmakers, only Intel fabricates its own chips in the U.S. The rest contract with big companies, mostly in Taiwan and South Korea, known as fabs, which is short for semiconductor fabrication plants. The biggest are TSMC and Samsung. The facilities are incredibly expensive a…
 
Telecom companies are spending a lot of money on wireless infrastructure to support their 5G networks. In an FCC auction announced last week, Verizon spent $45 billion on acquiring new spectrum. AT&T spent $23 billion. But wired infrastructure is not seeing the same kind of love. AT&T has stopped connecting new customers to its DSL network, and a r…
 
Ced sits down with Jordan Bush, co-author of Thank God For Bitcoin to explore the ways in which the current monetary system is broken & what can be done to fix it. We look at how Bitcoin is redeeming the ills of society & how the ongoing transition to sound money is a source of hope for a broken world.…
 
In which I refresh the list I gave a while back and actually make good on the promise of talking about ALL the frameworks (because I speedrun 2 lists of them at the end of the show) Silq: https://silq.ethz.ch/ Qiskit: https://qiskit.org/ Junye Huang Interview: https://anchor.fm/quantumcomputingnow/episodes/Junye-Huang---Episode-12-Interview-edec3o …
 
Betsy Bevilacqua is the current VP of Information Security at Chainalysis. Initially, she had her mind set on law school until she did a self-audit and realized that she enjoyed computers and tech much more. Her journey into infosec led her to move from Kenya to the US to obtain a degree in Security and explore various companies involved in academi…
 
This is a follow up episode to our "Anatomy Of A Phishing Attack" episode. You might want to listen to that episode first. In this episode we will cover email deception attacks and why this is so successful than you might think. What are the different highly used tactics the bad guys use to to lure people in and take out of their perimeter protecti…
 
Dmitry Yusupov submitted a talk to the Open vSwitch 2020 Fall Conference that we weren't able to fit into the schedule. This podcast, recorded in December 2020, is based on the material that Dmitry presented in a video available on YouTube. The slides for Dmitry's talk are also available. The abstract for this talk is: OVSDB (management protocol RF…
 
Grains of sand that perform complicated tasks allowing 5G to increase performance and data throughput. George Holmes, Chairman and CEO of Resonant speaks with Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a TR publication, about Resonant technology and why it is an important component of the 5G rollout. The first smart phones had about 10 filters in them whi…
 
SMS is the most effective digital channel say 80% of marketers in Mitto sponsored surveyMitto recently commissioned a benchmark report on the state of customer engagement in digital marketing and discovered that nearly 80% of marketers choose SMS as the most effective digital channel. Mitto is a leading provider of global, omnichannel communication…
 
By Alan Percy, CMO @TelcoBridgesCan we stop illegal robocalls before they get into the telephone network? The FCC says “yes, and you must do so by June 30th”The TRACED Act was put into law in late December of 2019, adding a number of enforcement tools and regulatory mandates to help stamp out the current flood of illegal robocalls. A critical eleme…
 
This week on The Changelog, Jerod is joined by Paul Biggar the creator of Dark, a new way to build serverless backends. Paul shares all the details about this all-in-one language, editor, and infrastructure, why he decided to make Dark in the first place, his view on programming language design, the advantages Dark has as an integrated solution, an…
 
Delivers highest QoS, SecuritySnom, long known for its compatibility, high aesthetics, and robust design, has been tackling WFH challenges. In this podcast Ian Mitchell, Commercial Phones Product Manager, and Simon Bradbrook, Sales Engineer at Snom discuss how Snom is approaching the needs of workers, now in WFH situations, that might include havin…
 
Clubhouse is an invite-only audio app that came out last spring with a very small community of, at the time, mostly Silicon Valley tech-y people in it. Now, the app has 10 million active users on a weekly basis and a valuation of about $1 billion. And although there was recent buzz about SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk going on the platform, or even…
 
Hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk with Verge reporter Allison Johnson about T-Mobile bringing back their unlimited 5G plan with no throttling, the results of the C-band spectrum auction, and the state of 5G in America. Ashley Carman returns to the show to discuss Spotify's big event this week announcing their plans for podcasters and artists. …
 
Humidifier updates, Alexa COVID test search, Android car games Humidifier follow-up Apple launches a new AR app, 'For All Mankind: Time Capsule' Amazon Alexa can now tell you the nearest spot to get a Covid-19 test — here's how to use it Amazon will give you a $40 credit for trying its in-garage delivery service Amazon Echo Show 10 review: A rotati…
 
Humidifier updates, Alexa COVID test search, Android car games Humidifier follow-up Apple launches a new AR app, 'For All Mankind: Time Capsule' Amazon Alexa can now tell you the nearest spot to get a Covid-19 test — here's how to use it Amazon will give you a $40 credit for trying its in-garage delivery service Amazon Echo Show 10 review: A rotati…
 
Small businesses rushed to get online during this pandemic. And suddenly, all kinds of companies wanted to help with that: Amazon, Facebook, Etsy, Intuit and Shopify, the Canadian company that helps merchants create websites, enable payments and ship goods to customers. Shopify had unprecedented growth last year. It revamped its Shop app, which tra…
 
Many resellers and VARs set up their own brands, so when bringing on new technology, branding becomes an essential issue. For Ooma, branding comes in a couple flavors. Dave Beagle, Head of Channels for Ooma Business speaks with Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a TR publication, about how they are very adaptable to the branding issue.David Beagle…
 
Recently, TelcoBridges, a leading designer and manufacturer of carrier-grade virtual session border controller software and Tmedia VoIP gateways, announced an Integration Partnership with YouMail that enables ProSBC customers to block illegal robocallers “on the fly.” The combination of ProSBC and YouMail is aimed at the U.S. In this podcast, Telco…
 
Greg Zweig, Director of Solutions Marketing at Ribbon Communications provides great insight into the trends established during 2020 including Over-The-Top services, Call Centers, UCaaS and CCaaS.Those trends will drive a need for solutions in the future which include a robust SBC. While the SBC provides a cohesive element to the local and cloud-bas…
 
A proposed law in Australia would require Facebook and Google to pay publishers for news content that appears on their sites. In response, Facebook briefly pulled all links to news content in Australia last week, restoring them Monday. Google opposed the law but has negotiated deals with individual publishers. And Microsoft, pushing its search engi…
 
Casey Ellis, Founder & CTO of Bugcrowd and Katie Moussouris, Founder & CEO of Luta Security discuss vulnerability disclosure programs with Mike and Joe today. Developing a disclosure program can be so complex that many organizations don’t create one at all. So we asked - what processes should companies put in place to be sure they provide vulnerabi…
 
COVID-19 has had a dramatic impact on many companies – both positive and negative. Since Ooma was initially an end user focused business, it was a natural to extend their expertise to the channel side of the business during the pandemic. Dave Beagle, Head of Channels, at Ooma, talks to Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a TR publication, about the…
 
Namebase is a top-level domain (TLD) name registrar that operates on the Handshake blockchain. It creates an ecosystem of TLDs that may be bought and sold using an on-chain auction mechanism. It takes a different approach to other decentralized domain name systems as Namebase is compatible with the ICANN namespace, the organization governs domain n…
 
Be sure to subscribe so you get notified of new episodes! As America becomes more and more divided along political lines, it is more important than ever to understand the history of tech companies using data on individuals to create startlingly accurate profiles. Case in point, the Nazi campaign of the Holocaust of the Jews in the buildup to and du…
 
The Senate will hold a hearing Tuesday investigating the SolarWinds hacks. SolarWinds is a massive IT company that contracted with the federal government. Its ubiquity let hackers get into at least nine federal agencies, including the departments of — just to pick three of the scariest options — Defense, Homeland Security and Treasury. The breach i…
 
In this deep & wide ranging conversation with John Vallis, the host of the Bitcoin Rapid Fire podcast we sit down to discuss the most important virtues in his life: truth, freedom, curiosity, possiblity & how after an unforgettable year, he's most bullish on Bitcoiners. John Vallis is cool as fuck and this chat with him was such a blast. Just fuck …
 
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