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The Social Sickness Podcast provides a rundown of all the contagious entertainment, social and relevant news, without the symptoms. In 15 - 30 minute digestible episodes, with your hosts Christopher Walker, and Brandon Cooper this is just what the doctor would prescribe. Their calm and calculated approach to breaking news and information will leave you feeling up to date on the happenings of this ever changing world we live in. Fauci’s latest Covid regulations, national security or emmy noms ...
 
In this podcast we will discuss current affairs centered around national security, politics, religion, and social justice issues. Our goal is not to give our listeners the answers but rather to encourage them to discover their own authentic truth. My goal is to encourage people to think beyond their comfort zones. I want to encourage people to recognize their biases and challenge themselves to extend their thinking to consider different points of view. Incidentally, I do not see "bias" autom ...
 
Crypto-Gram is a free monthly e-mail newsletter from security expert Bruce Schneier, with over 100,000 readers. Each issue is filled with interesting commentary, pointed critique, and serious debate about security. As head curmudgeon at the table, Schneier explains, debunks, and draws lessons from security stories that make the news. This is the audio version of the Crypto-Gram Newsletter, and is read by Dan Henage.
 
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Earlier in the week, we teased a miniseries called the Community Podcasts, which you’ll find right alongside the Transatlantic Cable podcast. I will remain your faithful host, and Anastasiya Kazakova of our Government Affairs office will join me. This series of podcasts features frank conversations with cyberheroes who unite people despite everythi…
 
With Ahmed on vacation, the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast returns this week to its original lineup. Dave and I kick off this week’s episode with a look at the latest from REvil and its victims. (Spoiler alert: Despite the quiet, things are not great.) From there, we head to Southeast Asia, where LuminousMoth has been targeting government or…
 
On this week’s Cyber Security Brief, Gavin O’Gorman joins us to discuss the Kaseya ransomware supply chain attack that occurred over the July 4 holiday weekend in the U.S. The REvil/Sodinokibi ransomware gang were behind this attack, and Gavin and Dick O’Brien discuss whether this is a sign that we now need to be aware of ransomware actors targetin…
 
In this week’s episode of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast, Ahmed, Jeff and I are back around the virtual round table to talk all things cyber. We kick this week’s episode off with the news that Interpol are urging countries to unite against the ransomware pandemic. From there, we look at how a hacker going by the alias ‘integra’ is offeri…
 
In this special full-length Tech Barometer segment, Nutanix CIO Wendy M. Pfeiffer shares lessons learned from leading a significant shift to next-generation cloud technologies. Her team transformed IT operations by fusing hybrid multicloud capabilities, including hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), with automation powered by machine learning and a…
 
This week on the podcast, Jeff’s on vacation, so Ahmed and I tackle some thorny cybersec issues on our own. We start with news that EA’s billion dollar franchise, Apex Legends, faced hacking concerns from gamers about the state of TitanFall, Respawn’s first foray into the FPS genre. From there, we move on to news that Google has taken the ban-hamme…
 
For the 208th episode of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast, Dave’s gone missing, and Ahmed and I debate whether it is leisure or if something more nefarious is going on. We don’t quite get to the bottom of it, but we do cover a wide array of topics, from a political sex tape leaked on OnlyFans to PS3 leaks and ransomware in US schools. We s…
 
IT Best Practices: Intel IT Principal Engineers Craig Chvatal and Subbarao Mantha talk to Phil Vokins, Cloud Services Director at Intel Americas, outlining Intel’s best practices businesses should consider when moving to the cloud. In this first edition of our new series, Phil and guests provide practical advice for companies of all sizes that are …
 
On this week’s Cyber Security Brief podcast, Dick O’Brien fills us in on the latest research we have published on our blog about how a growing number of ransomware attackers are using virtual machines in their attacks. We also discuss a few other ransomware-related stories, including REvil introducing a new Linux version of its ransomware, a Babuk …
 
New innovations can quickly become IT sweethearts, but what’s best for the business remains the overriding factor for deployment. The emergence of cloud native was born from developers needing to flexibly deploy resources and reconfigure them as needed. “That’s why we invented containers,” said Steve McDowell, senior analyst of data and storage at …
 
In lasts week's episode we spoke to Dr. LaTaSha Levy of The University of Washington’s American Ethnic Studies Dept. We asked her if it was possible to use the stage that has been set by the recent passing of Juneteenth as a federally recognized holiday to amplify more important issues. Today We welcome Dr. Tyshawn Gardner to help us with the next …
 
Welcome to the 207th edition of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast! This week, Dave, Ahmed, and I chat about a number of topics — and we also have some changes to our big board of quiz points. We kick things off with a pair of stories about AI and surveillance. The first is from the UK, where AI can now tell authorities if people were adheri…
 
Ahana cofounder and CEO Steven Mih joins host Jake Smith to talk about why he started Ahana, which centers around open source data tools. Steven discusses how Presto—an open source distributed SQL query engine—was originally developed by Facebook and then donated to the Linux Foundation. Jake and Steven note how only 10-12% of data has been analyze…
 
On this special episode we welcome Ben Baxter of AL.com and Dr. LaTasha Levy, African American Studies professor at the University of Washington. We discuss the recent signing of Juneteenth being recognized as a federal holiday, the history of the day and its celebrations, and what exactly we might need to focus on moving forward.…
 
In this week’s Cyber Security Brief podcast, Dick O’Brien and Brigid O Gorman discuss some of the biggest cyber security stories of the last two weeks. Ransomware has once again dominated the news headlines, with news about huge ransom payments and ransom recovery operations being reported. Meanwhile, cyber security comes to the fore in the politic…
 
This week, Jeff, Ahmed, and I kick off episode 206 of the Transatlantic Cable podcast with a discussion about Ireland’s change in stop and search law, including a new law allowing police to force people to unlock digital devices such as phones and tablets. From there, we move on to further discussion of ransomware and the recent G7 talks, with US P…
 
IT leaders are hungry for cloud native technologies but struggle to find expertise because Cloud Native is nascent. SUSE and Udacity team up to feed the need by creating courses to train the next wave of engineers. In this Cloud Coverage segment by The Forecast, meet Sarah Whitlock, the global head of the SUSE and Rancher Community. She talks about…
 
On this Episode Chris and Brandon review Bo Burnam's new NETFLIX special INSIDE, and share some stories from the pandemic of their own. America is OPENING, and we see how we feel about I while states are still resorting to offering incentives to get more people vaccinated. Then we discuss how many Americans are considering new careers after a year …
 
In this bonus episode, pandemic restrictions are easing and people are getting back to the movie theater. In this quick bonus Brandon let's us in on his date night life hack, and we ponder if we are cheap or smart. To wrap it up Chris gives his take on Disney;s newest streaming release Cruella.Social Sickness Media による
 
This week on the Transatlantic Cable podcast, Jeff, Ahmed, and I look at how the DarkSide gang was able to use an old VPN account to breach the Colonial pipeline network. Moving on, we also chat about two related stories, including one in which lawmakers try to force companies to disclose attacks and one about the FBI reclaiming some of the $4.4 mi…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Sharath Puranik, Director of Product & Engineering at Stylumia, talks with host Jake Smith about how Stylumia leverages machine learning to improve product assortments, optimize inventory management, and offer a consumer-driven forecast to reduce waste in the fashion and lifestyle industry. Sh…
 
On this episode Chris and Brandon go back to the beginning and learn more about why crypto currency is so relevant right now. We go back to the beginning and discuss the foundations of Blockchain, the thing that makes crypto currency possible. We also ask and answer, what is mining exactly? Join us for the conversation, and don't be afraid to talk …
 
We open the show with a hidden gem of a crime. British authorities thought they were pursuing a cannabis operation only to find a mining operation. The next story is a look at the FBI integration with Have I Been Pwned and some new site features worth looking into. After that, I sit down with Rainer Bock of our team at Tomorrow Unlocked to learn ab…
 
On this week’s Cyber Security Brief podcast, Dick O’Brien and Brigid O’Gorman are joined by Symantec threat researcher Gavin O’Gorman to discuss the Conti ransomware attack on Ireland’s national health service, how the response to this attack is going, and what the likely consequences of it may be. Elsewhere, another ransomware attack, this time on…
 
On this episode we discuss the existence of UFOs, or UAPs. With an official government report due this month The existence or non existence of aliens is hotter than ever-- and if they do exist and could travel to earth our relationship with them would be complicated at best. So, do you believe in aliens?…
 
Fujitsu’s Marcus Schneider talks with host Jake Smith about working with enterprises on public, private, and hybrid cloud models depending on the business needs. Marcus talks about PRIMEFLEX for Nutanix Enterprise Cloud—a fully validated, pre-tested and certified solution that is simple to deploy for SAP HANA workloads and virtual desktop infrastru…
 
Why do some Social Security disability claims get approved within two to three months, whereas others are denied twice before you end up a year and a half later in front of a Social Security judge? More importantly, what can you do to improve your chances at an early approval? In this episode, I talk to Nashville disability attorney Pete Harris. Pe…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Subtle Medical’s Ajit Shankaranarayanan joins host Jake Smith to talk about using deep learning to improve positron emission tomography (PET) scans. Ajit explains how the company’s SubtlePET software allows hospitals and imaging centers to improve image quality on their accelerated scan protoc…
 
Dave and I cover a lot of ground this week on the Transatlantic Cable podcast, from how obscure movies are holding up to surviving COVID-19, plus SolarWinds and more. We kick off the show with the latest on SolarWinds — not media speculation but straight from the horse’s mouth. In this article, our old colleague Dennis Fisher recaps a talk given by…
 
On this episode Chris and Brandon discuss the new NBA play in tournament and playoffs, Then we recap so relevant Covid news, and Brandon shares a personal story. After that we do a deep dive into where all the babies are going this year, and we wrap up the show with our top 5 most anticipated TV and movie reboots and remakes!…
 
Welcome to episode 202 of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast. While much of the cyberworld will be juggling sales pitches and panels at RSA, we’re focusing on stories that will have more of an immediate impact on your security needs. We open the episode discussing the latest with DarkSide. Are they dead? Did they hit Toshiba? Moving along, w…
 
In this week’s Cyber Security Brief, Dick O’Brien and Brigid O’Gorman discuss the implications of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack and the activities of the group behind it, Darkside. We also talk about what appears to be a reasonably new ransomware - Avaddon - that has been used in a string of attacks recently, while we also discuss an idea…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: TietoEVRY’s Mats Eriksson talks with host Jake Smith about the transformation of the mobile industry with Open RAN (Radio Access Networks) technology that aims to standardize networking industry interfaces and support interoperation between different vendors’ equipment. Mats discusses the serv…
 
On this episode, we wrap up our conversation on Handmaids Tale. Brandon and I try to figure out if crypto currency, is a Ponzi scheme, a slot machine, or the next big thing, and later we try to decipher our way through what’s happening with the Covid Vaccine.Social Sickness Media による
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Partha Seetala, founder and CEO of Robin.io, and Caroline Chan, General Manager of 5G Infrastructure Division at Intel, talk with host Jake Smith about the deployment and life cycle management of network-intensive applications. Partha talks about how Robin.io’s background with cloud-native ent…
 
On the first episode of The Social Sickness podcast, we discuss the Facebook ban of Former President Trump(:30), and the divorce of Bill and Melinda Gates(5:13). Then we jump to entertainment (10:45) where we've got some exciting reboots like Netflix's Master of None. Brandon gets a big surprise(13:00). We give our takes Judas and the Black Messiah…
 
Episode 201 of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast is the extended podcast we teased last week. More changes will come, but this will be a recurring theme and length. For our first story, Dave and I take a look at yet another cryptoscam involving Elon Musk, whose hosting of Saturday Night Live netted scammers nearly $100K. Come on, Internet f…
 
On this week’s Cyber Security Brief podcast, Brigid O Gorman and Dick O’Brien discuss some research we have recently been working on at Symantec. First, we discuss a blog we published this week, which looks at multi-factor authentication and how it has become a headache for malicious actors, leading them to adopt new attack techniques in an attempt…
 
It’s here — episode 200 of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable has landed! This week, Dave and Jeff chat about a new ransomware taskforce whose purpose is to stem the surge of ransomware attacks. From there, they look at issues surrounding Google’s ad network and scams — and why Google just can’t seem to get control over them. Following that, they br…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Shamik Mishra, CTO of Connectivity at Capgemini Engineering, talks with host Jake Smith about why edge computing and 5G connectivity is creating a convergence that will enable industrial automation, AI and analytics, smart city infrastructure, and a number of enterprise use cases. Shamik expla…
 
Get beyond the buzzwords and break down what cloud-native technologies are and what they promise. In this Tech Barometer Cloud Coverage segment, data center technology analyst Steve McDowell of Moore Insights and Strategy. “Cloud native is one of those terms that’s becoming more overloaded daily,” he said. “It means different things to different pe…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: sMedio’s George Tang joins host Jake Smith to talk about why the Japan-based, multi-media company looks to Intel to help with cost-effective solutions to train their facial recognition modules and cater to their scaling needs. The two discuss how Tensoflow optimizations helped improve training…
 
Dave and I start episode 199 of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast with some good news in the infosec space: a researcher and his friend hunting bugs to help a family member pay for surgery. It’s not often we get a chance to talk about positive news, so this one is a bit of a breath of fresh air. From there, we head back to the world of law …
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Intel’s Keate Despain joins host Jake Smith to talk about the company’s vision for network transformation and ongoing changes in the larger communications industry. Keate talks in depth about the Intel Network Builders program that is shaping and accelerating 5G network transformation, AI, and…
 
On this week’s Cyber Security Brief, Alan Neville joins Brigid O Gorman and Dick O’Brien to discuss the recent discovery of a zero-day vulnerability in popular VPN product Pulse Secure. We also discuss some recent developments in the SolarWinds and Microsoft Exchange Server stories. Finally, we discuss a recent potential data breach at software tes…
 
For this week’s episode of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast, Dave and Jeff snagged some time with Adam Dodge, CEO of EndTab, and Vladislav Tushkanov, a privacy expert here at Kaspersky, to talk about doxing. During our wide-ranging discussion, we talked about issues around doxing and why it’s a growing problem.…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Hanan Youssef, Senior Product Leader at Google Cloud Platform (GCP), joins host Jake Smith to talk about how General Purpose N2 virtual machine (VM) customers will be able to automatically upgrade to the 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and immediately see the benefits for their w…
 
This week, Jeff and I chat with Ivan Kwiatkowski from Kaspersky’s GReAT to talk about the recent controversy surrounding Google’s decision to “burn” a zero-day exploit in use by US spies. We also talk briefly about another zero-day discovery: Kaspersky found it, and it requires IT teams’ immediate attention. Moving on, we discuss data breaches in F…
 
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