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The RSA hosts one of the world’s leading public events programmes, delivering over 100 lectures, talks, screenings and debates a year. These events provide a platform for our most exciting public thinkers, and encourage intelligent exploration of today’s most urgent social challenges. Our public programme welcomes speakers from across the world and across disciplines – all united by a belief in the power of ideas to inspire and motivate social change.
 
Information is power. And wherever there’s power, there are people looking to steal it. But that’s also where you’ll find us. We’re RSA Conference. And we’re here to stand against cyberthreats around the world. That means being here for you. Connecting you with the people and insights that will empower you to stay ahead of cyberthreats. We do this through our online outreach and with our events around the globe. And we make a great host, if we do say so ourselves. Some say it’s impossible to ...
 
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Rachel Tobac hacks people based on publicly available information. Camille Stewart encourages people to mitigate risk and defend against Rachel’s methods. We’re bringing these two industry leaders together for this one-of-a-kind podcast that will explore social engineering risks and highlight some best practices to help protect users and organizati…
 
We had our first "false summer" day this weekend, and I was quite happy to be able to get out on my bike and prove to myself that I'm not in as bad shape as I thought. But we're nice and balanced with a rainy day today, so I can get the show posted for everyones enjoyment! A great weekend for everyone! Synapsyche - Breath ControlAesthetische - Mad …
 
We are beginning a series on education, specifically New Church education. Education is more than just what you learn in school: it is a process of growing from ignorance into wisdom, from selfishness into selflessness, from hell into heaven. This Sunday we will look at the reasons that we all have to learn, and why we need to keep on learning into…
 
Catching the creative wave: digital learning after lockdown The pandemic, and worldwide lockdown that accompanied it, required schools across the globe to redesign their delivery models overnight. Teachers, some for the first time, had to rethink their practice to engage with learners and parents in a virtual classroom. At the same time, schools ha…
 
Easter is an opportunity to reflect on the Lord’s life, death, and resurrection. But what if you’re not sure what you believe about all of that? Or what if you believe that it happened but it doesn’t feel particularly relevant to your life? In either case, you’re in good company. On Easter morning the disciples did not immediately believe that the …
 
Its a usual thing for me when April rolls around that I start going through the music still needing some play that was released in the previous year. I'm quite happy that this year there wasn't too much stuff that has been overlooked. So this week we've got a mix of the last few things from our annus horribilus and a bunch of great new stuff from o…
 
There is no secret formula for success, but what if there was a pattern you could follow to help you accomplish your goals? Certain features of accomplishment are universal: it might not be an exact science, but if you look at the successes of others there are definite patterns. Sir Michael Barber has spent many years advising governments, business…
 
What does it take to challenge the status quo? And when and how does society’s understanding of what’s ‘normal’ start to change? From the civil rights movement to #MeToo, we’ve seen that individual and collective action has the power to disrupt and re-define our prevailing social norms – leading in turn to changes in institutional policy, practice …
 
This week I'm almost literally drowning in new releases. I love it when this happens. Though it leaves me with a dilemma a lot of the time, and I subconsciously pass over (well, Easter *is* coming) some of the lesser known stuff. But this week we've got a great spread of both the established and the new or "niche" releases. One of the great things …
 
When Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey the onlookers took it to be an ancient symbol of kingship. And indeed, it was. Yet their expectations of that coming kingdom were far removed from the kingdom that Jesus sought to establish. Jesus knew that the people expected an immediate overthrow of oppression and the onset of an earthly kingdom with Je…
 
The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center received more than 791,000 complaints in 2020—a record number, representing a 69% increase over 2019. Join us for an in-depth discussion as we examine details of the report with FBI’s Cyber Division's Deputy Assistant Director Herb Stapleton.Speakers:Herb Stapleton, Deputy Assistant Director, Cyber Division…
 
Hotel chain data breaches have resulted in huge financial loss and reputational harm. Unlike other consumer-facing businesses, such as retail stores, hotels must hold onto payment card data for extended periods passing this valuable data among many participants in the payment security ecosystem as customers make reservations and complete travel. In…
 
Just got back from my first mini bike ride of the year and my heart is not happy with me right now. We're in our first false spring here in Canada, So we're still a few weeks away from getting in to our "summer schedule" of posting shows on Mondays, but not really that far. But until then, its Sunday, so you know what that means... Avarice In Audio…
 
In this episode, we’re delighted to share a conversation recently hosted by our Regenerative Futures programme team, which brought together a group of leading designers and entrepreneurs who are breaking new ground in the field of circular design. Since 2011, the RSA and EMF have been working together to accelerate change and support the transition…
 
The role of the prophets was to communicate God’s messages to the people. They did that by speaking and writing but also by embodying the message they were communicating in one way or another. The prophet Ezekiel was often commanded to do some rather weird things to embody the messages he was communicating. This Sunday we will be trying to understa…
 
Crisis can bring us together, if we let it remind us what really matters. In March 2020, as the pandemic took hold across the world, beloved children’s author Michael Rosen became seriously ill with coronavirus. During several months in hospital, he observed first-hand the many different kinds of love that bind us to one another, and recorded his p…
 
Business email compromise (BEC) has made a comeback. Vishing calls have proven profitable for cybercriminals as well. How can you stay ahead of these threats and detect fraud before any money is sent? Join us for a podcast that discusses how these attacks work, who they target and why. Our guests will also offer tips on what to do both professional…
 
Welcome to another exciting edition of RSA as we creep closer to spring and the need to actually be outside. I've already had a couple of nice long walks bringing prize packages to the post office, and it looks like this will continue this week! Almost all of the prizes are in the mail! Eduardo Saldias - AzaharEcho Image - Walk My Mind (Apoptygma B…
 
This week we continue to look at how the Old Testament prophets reflect the life of Jesus. This Sunday we turn to Jeremiah. Jeremiah lived in a time when impending invasion and doom hung over the people of Israel, and yet the prophets promised peace and prosperity. Jeremiah's role was to proclaim the reality that things would get worse before they …
 
The social contract shapes everything: our political institutions, legal systems and material conditions, but also the organisation of family and community, our well-being, relationships and life prospects. And yet everywhere, the social contract is failing. At a time of global crisis, when we have an opportunity to think afresh about the future we…
 
As we head slowly back to normal, coming up on the first anniversary of the COVID 19 pandemic (at least from my Canadian-centric perspective) I long for it to be safe to eat in a restaurant (or even get a haircut here in Toronto!) or to be able to see a live show. But we're getting close, and its important not to jump the gun. But it helps me each …
 
The teachings of the New Church say that the whole of the Word relates to the Lord Jesus Christ and what He went through while on Earth. And so we’ve done sermon series in the past on finding Jesus in the life of Abraham, Joshua, and Elisha. This time we’re going to focus on three of the major prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel. This will be a…
 
Over recent months, we have seen individuals, communities and organisations embracing uncertainty as an opportunity for innovation, experimentation and renewal. Last year gave us all the signals we need to actively question whether the old normal is healthy and sustainable for the long term, as pandemic shock exposed deep fault-lines in our social …
 
The membership drive is now complete! Thank you very much to everyone who has supported us in 2021! Now comes the hard part where I start burning DVDs and mailing out prizes! Its a lot of data entry and packing parcels, but its really fun knowing that a part of what I do is getting mailed to your doorstep! This week we continue with great new music…
 
In the New Church we talk a lot about the afterlife. A few weeks ago we talked some about the structure and process of the afterlife. But raw information never shows the full picture. Stories of daily interactions and interesting anecdotes flesh things out. That is why we are looking to the stories from the Teachings of the New Church that lay out …
 
As interest in green business models increases all over the world, how can we make sure we’re eliminating destructive practices and not merely greenwashing them? What can we do to achieve growth that is regenerative rather than wasteful, and which instils equity rather than exacerbating inequalities? Per Espen Stoknes, Director of the Center for Su…
 
Welcome to the finale week of the 2021 RSA Membership drive! This is the last time for almost a year where the whole topic of support and donations will come up. They're very important, but I'd hate to sound like a youtube video, constantly talking about my patreon, etc. I like to get it all out of the way, and get back to what we're all about. Vay…
 
In the industrial space, we’ve seen more organizations bringing in Chief Product Security Officers—with good reason. Security needs to be baked into the products that companies are delivering to customers, particularly when there is a life/safety impact. But the need for product security extends beyond ICS and OT. Join us with our guests Megan Samf…
 
Two weeks ago we talked about what life is like after death. We discussed the structure of the afterlife and the succession of states that we go through. This week and next week we want to flesh these ideas out with stories. The teachings of the New Church contain lots of stories about things that happened in the spiritual world. Why were these sto…
 
As we strengthen our connection with one another, we are healthier, more resilient, more productive, more vibrantly creative and more fulfilled. - Dr Vivek Murthy, US Surgeon General As humans we’re hardwired for connection; the need for community and family have deep roots in our health and wellbeing. The impact of strong relationships and social …
 
Welcome to the third and penultimate week of the 2021 RSA Membership drive! Thank you very, very much to those who have already donated! I could say that this week is a mix of the old and new, but the old is the final track from the remastered Aghast View disc, and everything else is great new stuff! I'm finishing this all off on Valentines day, so…
 
Easter is still pretty far away (7 weeks, more or less). But the time from Ash Wednesday (17 February this year) until Easter Sunday is generally seen as a time of preparation for the holiday. You may remember that last year we suggested giving up a bad habit or picking up a new spiritual practice in this time period. This year we'll suggest simila…
 
How do we eat, where does it come from, and what’s gone wrong? Our food systems are fragmented and plagued by short-termism. Even as we have become wealthier and enjoyed greater choice in what we eat, we have failed to balance health and environmental issues with fair and secure access to good quality food. Brexit and the pandemic together have exp…
 
The majority of applications contain at least one security flaw and fixing those flaws typically takes months. Automating scanning and scanning via API can help development teams fix faster by a pretty wide margin. Veracode’s Chris Eng and Cyentia’s Jay Jacobs explore what’s driving the volume of code flaws, what factors influence fix rates, how or…
 
A lot of people have lost loved ones recently. When someone we love dies we can have a lot of questions. First, how do we know that they are still alive somewhere? If they are alive somewhere, what is their experience like? What do they do with their time? Is it a pleasant experience; is it an unpleasant experience? There is a lot of information ab…
 
Welcome to the second week of the 2021 RSA Membership drive! Thank you very, very much to those who have already donated! This week is truly a mix of the old and the new as we go back to both the 90s and even the 70s with remixes of old classics. We've also got the usual mix of great stuff recently released! http://www.synthetic.org/membership.php …
 
A year of crisis and confusion has led many of us to think hard about what we really want and need from our working lives. Pandemic shock has up-ended conventional ways of working and prompted profound re-examination of our work-life priorities, practices and pathways. Professor Herminia Ibarra is a leading expert on career development and transiti…
 
We put great pride in certain virtues, both as individuals and as a society. When we embody these virtues it is a sign that we are spiritually growing. But virtues are not as easy to identify as we like to believe. Certain qualities that we view as virtuous are in fact unrelated to meaningful virtue. To take a simple example, many people take busy-…
 
Welcome to the first week of the 2021 RSA Membership drive! A few people have jumped in early and already donated to get us off to a great start in what has to be the most profoundly troubling years. The prizes are almost entirely self sourced, and there's something for practically everyone who donates! So hit the membership page and consider suppo…
 
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