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Idan Cohen, Co-founder and CEO of Reflectiz, joined the crew to share how they detect website vulnerabilities and threats. He also discussed the risks of third and fourth-party code. In the news, the guys covered the Windows 10 21H2 release, Apple's move to let you fix your own devices, and Twitter stopping AMP support. Then two groups were pwned l…
 
Ellen Twomey is the founder and CEO of You are TechY, a program that helps moms find IT careers, and she was the guest on this week's episode. She talked about the state of the gender gap in IT, and her own journey in the industry. In the news, the team covered the launch of Microsoft's Windows 11 SE and Surface Laptop SE, Tor Browser's makeover, t…
 
On this week's Technado, Zak Rubenstein from 1touch.io joined the team to talk about the importance of identifying and securing sensitive data. Then, Ricky Doyle from Practice Labs popped by to share news of their merger with ACI Learning. Finally, in the news, the guys looked at Microsoft Edge launching for Linux, some big updates from AMD in the …
 
How is deep learning different from machine learning or AI? Chuck Everette from Deep Instinct joined the show to explain that and how his company is using the technology to stop cyber threats. He also shared an article he wrote about the staggering amount of PII cybercriminals have. In other news, the guys discussed Facebook's move to the metaverse…
 
Is nothing safe anymore? In this episode, Louis-David Mangin, or LD, joined to discuss the threat of malvertising. He highlighted what Confiant is doing to make online ads safer, and shared the story of a recent bust in the Netherlands. In cybersecurity-heavy news, the team looked at more digitally-signed rootkits, a hacker stealing the ID database…
 
Jeff Bermant, Founder and CEO of Cocoon, joined Technado this week to talk about your browser data and why you should profit from it. After giving an overview of Cocoon's unique business model, he shared his feelings on the value of your data. In the news, the team broke down the Apple MacBook event, Frameworks' marketplace for DIY laptops, Ubunti'…
 
It's not easy to make Don Pezet star-struck, but that's just what happened with this week's guest, Ramesh Kesanupalli, the founder of the Fido Alliance. Ramesh is currently working with Digital Trust Networks and the ADI Association, and he spoke about the importance of a digital identity standard. In the news, the team discussed if Windows 11's se…
 
Greg Edwards, CEO of CryptoStopper, joined Technado this week to talk about a unique way to stop ransomware in its tracks. He also discussed a tragedy where an infant may have died due to an attack on a hospital and what organizations should do to maintain services during a hack. The guys also welcomed ITProTV's newest Edutainer, Lauren Deal, who s…
 
What happens when you have experience as CIO of the IRS and the DHS? You write a book helping others to accomplish their IT career goals like this week's guest, Richard Spires. He shared some insights from his career and discussed his tips for advancing your IT career. Then, in the news, the team discussed Ubunti Linux adding a decade of support, t…
 
Randy Shore of cloudtamer.io joined Technado this week. He and ITProTV's Chris Ward broke down the buzzword "governance," discussing who it's for and why it's important. Then, in the news, the guys covered Microsoft's next step towards a passwordless future, Toshiba's microwave-assisted 18TB hard drives, new malware using Windows Subsystem for Linu…
 
Technado boldly went where no podcast has gone this week: to space. Well, not exactly. But they did speak with Tyler Browder who's company, Kubos, is a cloud-based mission control platform for satellite operations. Tyler shared his thoughts on the future of satellite and space tech. In the news, the crew looked at CentOS clone Rocky Linux getting t…
 
Chris DiSalle is a Senior Incident Response Consultant at the prestigious Cisco Talos Intelligence Group and was this week's guest on Technado. He talked about how he worked his way up to where he is today before he and the team discussed some pre-ransomware best practices. Then, in the news, the guys looked at ProtonMail's logging of IP address, a…
 
Dimitri Nemirovsky, the Co-Founder and COO of Atakama, joined Technado this week to talk about his journey from lawyer to tech exec. He also explained the difference between cybersecurity and information security. In the news, the team focussed on the launch announcement for Windows 11, specifically when it will come out, how it will work on non-co…
 
On this week's Technado, the crew was joined by OnDefend's cofounder Ben Finke. Ben talked about some interesting tools to help blue-teamers, as well as helping the team dissect the latest T-Mobile hack. In the news, the guys discussed Apple's iCloud Passwords coming to Windows, Ubuntu getting certified for secure and regulated workloads, Cloudflar…
 
NS1 Cofounder and CEO Kris Beevers joined Technado this week where he shared his unique journey from robotics to application traffic automation intelligence solutions. He also shared how edge computing, edge networking, and edge data management work together for application success. In the news, the team discussed the release of Debian 11, Start11 …
 
This week’s Technado featured Storj COO John Gleeson, who talked all about their Zero Trust decentralized cloud object storage service. In the ‘What Grinds My Gears’ segment, he discussed how the term Zero Trust is often misused. In the news, the team covered the impressive new WireGuardNT, the new ability for Windows admins to block external devic…
 
John Morgan, the CEO of the cloud cybersecurity detection and response company Confluera, was this week’s guest. After sharing how he got to where he is, he talked about the current state of public cloud security. In the news, the team discussed Google moving on from Qualcomm processors in their phones, the end of Itanium chips, Amazon’s hefty GDPR…
 
On this week’s Technado, OneView Commerce’s CEO Linda Palanza joined the team to discuss the future of commerce. After sharing how Covid has impacted the customer experience, she covered the importance of omnichannel. Then, in the news, the guys covered the new limits some states have put on power-hungry PCs like Dell’s Alienware, a new Windows 10 …
 
Snehal Antani, the Co-founder and CEO of Horizon3.ai, joined Technado this week to discuss penetration testing-as-a-service. He also talked about the important distinction between vulnerable and exploitable in cybersecurity. In the news, the team covered Microsoft’s new Windows 365, the Linux kernel cutting IDE support, Google Drive replacing Backu…
 
Technado welcomed an old friend this week, CompTIA’s Chief Technology Evangelist Dr. James Stanger. He shared some more insights on the future of CompTIA certs, and warned cybersecurity pros against focussing on the ‘attack du jour.’ Wes Bryan and Ronnie Wong filled in for Don and Daniel, breaking down news like Microsoft Edge passing Firefox in us…
 
The Technado team kicked off CompTIA month with a bang, welcoming CompTIA Product Manager Randall Edwards to the show. Randall talked about some of the new certifications like Data+, as well as the updates to Cloud+ and Server+. He also shared the impact work-from-home has had on the cloud. In other news, the team discussed Windows 10 version 21H2'…
 
Kevin Dunne, the President of Pathlock, was this week’s guest on Technado. He shared his views on the importance of the Zero Trust Security model. He also announced the launch of version 5.0 of their Access Orchestration platform. In other news, the guys discussed the key takeaways from Microsoft’s Windows 11 announcement, Microsoft Teams 2.0 dropp…
 
This week on Technado, the team welcomed Victoria Mosby from Lookout to discuss the state of mobile device security. Spoiler alert: It could be better. She also shared her work to help women break into STEM and cybersecurity careers. In the news, the crew covered the Windows Server 2022 announcement, a new Visio web app included with Microsoft 365,…
 
It was an extra-long Technado this week, but that’s because there was an extra special guest: YouTuber John Hammond. In addition to creating cybersecurity videos, John is a researcher at Huntress, which he discussed in Rapid Fire Questions. Then, the crew played a fun new game, trying to identify if something was a rapper or malware. John stuck aro…
 
The guys were without a guest this week, so they played a new game called ‘Socially Awkward’ where they shared their thoughts on some of the week’s trending IT topics. This week, that included Amazon Sidewalk, the future of wearables, and a new use for Apple’s AirTags. In ‘New Tech This Week,’ they discussed the lackluster announcements from Micros…
 
AWS Trainer Jorge Negrón-DeJesús joined the Technado team to talk about AWS Academy and the importance of certifications. In ‘Science & Tech News,’ he talked about the recently released AWS Security Hub that gives you a comprehensive view of your security alerts and security posture across your AWS accounts. In the news segment, the guys discussed …
 
Richard Hosgood from Votiro was this week’s guest on Technado with Don Pezet. He talked about their unique approach to protecting companies from malicious files before venting about inadequate anti-phishing training that doesn’t do enough to protect enterprises in the ‘What Grinds my Gears’ segment. In the news, the team looked at the latest on the…
 
It was a busy week at Technado with Don Pezet. First, Don was out, but ITProTV Edutainer Adam Gordon filled in. Douglas Murray from Valtix joined to talk cloud security, including the new concerns being raised as cloud-native computing adoption increases. Next, industrial control systems expert Dr. Guillermo Francia from the University of West Flor…
 
Georgetown University faculty member and world-renowned cybersecurity expert Chuck Brooks was this week’s guest, where he talked about a range of topics from the rise of AI to the US cyber defense systems. In Science and Tech News, he shared his Forbes article on the key cybersecurity trends to know for 2021. Then, in the news, the guys started the…
 
DevGraph’s Ravi Duddukuru joined the team this week to talk about the future of developer tools. Then, in Science and Tech News, he discussed the reasons behind the growth of cloud spending and reasons for migration. In the news, the guys covered Ubuntu’s release of 21.04, the conspiracy theories surrounding the Pentagon’s dormant IP addresses, ran…
 
This week was the big one celebrating the 200th episode of Technado with Don Pezet. It started with NetworkChuck sharing his origin story and playing the game “Linux Distro or Band.” There were some giveaways and shoutouts from special guests sprinkled in for good measure, as well as the unveiling of the all new Technado website at http://techna.do…
 
Cisco Network Consultant, speaker, and podcaster Utkarsh Srivastava joined Technado this week to share his vast knowledge of things like machine learning and artificial intelligence. In the ‘Buzzword Breakdown’ segment, he talked about his recent blog post outlining the ethics of AI. Then, in the news, the crew discussed Microsoft’ use of boiling l…
 
Christopher “CRob” Robinson, who leads Red Hat’s Product Security Program Management, was this week’s guest on Technado. After filling the team in on how the IBM acquisition impacted Red Hat and the future of Ted Hat Insights, he talked about how branded vulnerabilities get under his skin in ’What Grinds my Gears.” In the news, the guys discussed A…
 
Jason Gooley from Cisco joined the podcast this week and shared the story of how he got into the industry. In ‘What Grinds my Gears,’ he talked about the lack of diversity in tech and shared some of the steps Cisco is taking to address the issue. Finally, he told the crew about his work with the David Ellefson Youth Music Foundation. Then, in the n…
 
Andrew Useckas, one of the founders and the current CTO/CISO from ThreatX joined Technado this week to talk about how their web application protection and DDoS mitigation platform has evolved over the past year. Then, in ‘What Grinds my Gears,’ he shared his frustration with layer 8 security and ineffective end-user security training. In the news, …
 
Ferdinand Soto joined Technado this week to talk about his journey from the military to a job as a Security Systems Engineer at Cisco. In the new segment, ‘Origin Story,’ he shared details about Cisco’s VTIP program for veterans. Then, in the news, the guys discussed Windows Terminal coming to Windows 10, the Victoria University of Wellington accid…
 
In this week’s episode, Eyal David from Model9 joined Technado to talk about the future of the mainframe. In ‘Science and Tech News,’ he discussed the role the cloud plays in that future. In other news, the guys looked at 7-Zip’s first official Linux version, a tool called Zoom Escaper to get you out of meetings, Apple’s move to randomize Mac seria…
 
Sarah Tenisi from TenisiTech was this week’s Technado guest, sharing her experiences running a successful MSP for the past nine years. She also helped breakdown digital transformation as it relates to MSPs in the segment “Buzzword Breakdown.” In the news, the team discussed Seagate’s planned 100TB multi-actuator HDDs, vertical tabs in Microsoft Edg…
 
Adam Durrah, the Director of Intelligence for Vigilante, joined Technado this week to talk about what sets Vigilante apart in the threat hunting world. In “What Grinds my Gears,' he shared his frustrations about the tone of misinformation and disinformation campaigns, before using his insight on Russia’s hacking prowess to weigh in on the SolarWind…
 
This week, the Technado crew welcomed Shane Hasert from CyberGRX to talk about the big issue of third-party app security. In the ‘What Grinds my Gears’ segment, he dove into his issues with the current state of third-party cyber risk management, or TPCRM. Then, in the news, the team discussed changes to the LastPass free service, Chrome OS taking m…
 
Rita Gurevich from SPHERE Technology Solutions joined the team this week to tell the story of why she started the security assessment and remediation services company. She also vented about cloud security in the ‘What Grinds My Gears’ segment. In the news, the guys tackled Western Digital’s new WD Green SSD launch, HPE releasing SSD replacements fo…
 
ITProTV’s newest edutainer, Kathy Chambers, was this week’s guest on Technado to talk about the new audit courses she’s hosting. She also played ‘Virus or Gibberish,’ where the panel tried to guess if something was a real virus or made up based only on its weird name. Trojan Panda Banker, anyone? In the news, the crew looked at Google Cloud’s big r…
 
The CTO and founder of PathSolutions, Tim Titus, joined the Technado team this week to discuss the trouble with troubleshooting. In a new segment, What Grinds my Gears, he vented about inaccurate reporting and how it can frustrate network technicians. Then, in the news, the guys talked about Microsoft rolling out Application Guard for Office365, a …
 
This week, Mark Kedgley from New Net Technologies (NNT) was the guest on Technado to talk about NNT’s Change Tracker for catching suspicious behavior on your network. He also talked about a medical records breach discovered in 2019 that is still exposing PII in this week’s Deja News segment. In other news, the guys discussed Red Hat’s no-cost RHEL …
 
Nick Tausek from Swimlane joined Technado this week to discuss security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR). He also shared an article he wrote about closing the security workforce gap before giving his thoughts in a Deja News segment about the way Parler data was archived before it went offline. In other news, the team looked at a Thunde…
 
On this week’s Technado, the guys were joined by Preston Duren of Fortified Health Security. Preston talked about the unique challenges facing healthcare IT, as well as the things about MSSPs that ‘mildly irritate’ him. In the news, the team discussed the origins of AWS, Apple’s privacy labels impacting Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, a Ubiquiti s…
 
For the first episode of 2021, Technado welcomed ACI Learning’s Brett Shively who talked about the state of adult learning and the recent merger with ITProTV. Then, the team discussed how some tech businesses are evolving by exiting Silicon Valley and even taking over shopping malls. In the news, they looked at Slack starting the year with an outag…
 
It’s the final episode of 2020, so what better time than to look back at the year that was on Technado with Don Pezet? In this episode, Don, Daniel, and Peter are joined by their old teammate, Justin, as they look back at their highlights of the year. Each of them shares their favorite guest as well as their favorite news article from the past 12 m…
 
As 2020 nears a close, it’s time for an annual Technado tradition: trying to guess what the heck is going to happen next year. In this episode, Don and Peter are joined by Adam and Wes to predict what the big hardware of 2021 will be, as well as the buzzword of the year. Also in this episode, Peter tries to get back at Don for laughing at his mispr…
 
Rohit Sethi from Security Compass joined the Technado team this week to talk about their platform to drive secure application development. Then, in Deja News, he gave his opinions on the new IoT cybersecurity law. In other news, the crew reported on the google services outage, Cloudflare and apple collaborating on a new internet protocol, CentOS Li…
 
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