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Politics, technology and the pursuit of happiness. Twice a week, Bradley Tusk, New York-based political strategist and venture investor, covers the collision between new ideas and the real world. His operating thesis is that you can't understand tech today without understanding politics, too. Recorded at P&T Knitwear, his bookstore / podcast studio, 180 Orchard Street, New York City.
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Dive into the heart of cybersecurity with "The Other Side of the Firewall" podcast, where the spotlight shines on diversity and excellence within the tech realm. As the digital world expands, the voices shaping its future become ever more crucial. Our mission? To celebrate and amplify the stories of People of Color who've not just climbed the ladder but shattered ceilings along the way to senior and C-suite echelons. Join us on a journey beyond the conventional, as we engage with the "movers ...
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A new podcast powered by Experian Partner Solutions. Join hosts Cody Gredler and Morgan Grevey as they speak with leading security experts and share their unique experiences and insights to keep listeners—and their identities—safe from cybersecurity threats.
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Die neue Podcast-Serie der SZ: „The Great Firewall: Wie China das Internet verändert“. Ein Podcast über die Zensur und Propaganda im chinesischen Internet - was längst auch uns betrifft. Ab dem 26. Juli gibt es jeden Dienstag eine neue Folge. Außerdem finden Sie auf dem Kanal weiterhin alle Folgen von „Suisse Secrets“ - der Podcast zur Recherche. Sie möchten mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier finden Sie alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/the_great_firewall
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Join Mike Krupka and Darren Anderson from OccamSec as they dive into various Information Security topics with members of our team as well as experts from the greater worldwide security community. We'll discuss and debate security issues and trends while infusing some fun along the way. From novice to professional, Burned by the Firewall is meant to be a quick, accessible and valuable podcast experience for all.
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Monday - North Korea Taking U.S. Jobs Tuesday - FBI Takes Down BreachForums Wednesday - What Are "Compassion-Oriented" Social Media Scams Throw Back Thursday - ChatGPT: Friend or Foe? Friday - The Weekly Run Down 5/24 In this episode, the hosts discuss various topics, including recent cybersecurity news, media recommendations, and sports. They talk…
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If the United States had a true safety net — a basic standard of living below which nobody would be allowed to fall —people would be more creative and take greater risks, argues Natalie Foster, author of "The Guarantee: Inside the Fight for America's Next Economy." She jons Bradley to explain how we get from here to there. This episode was taped at…
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What's up, everyone?! In this episode, Ryan and Shannon discuss whether ChatGPT will be God's gift to cybersecurity or our undoing. Please LISTEN 🎧 LIKE 👍🏿 and SHARE ❤️ Thanks! Article: ChatGPT may hinder the cybersecurity industry https://venturebeat.com/security/chatgpt-may-hinder-the-cybersecurity-industry/ Please LISTEN 🎧 LIKE 👍🏿 and SHARE ❤️ T…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss a social media scam that preys on compassion. Scammers create posts about children in need and embed nefarious links, tricking people into sharing the posts and potentially stealing their data. The hosts emphasize the importance of being cautious and not clicking on suspicious links, even if they appear to be from…
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In response to Noah Smith's 'Seven Reasons America is Headed for a More Conservative Decade', Bradley offers five countervailing reasons of his own. Plus, is the anti-China narrative good for America; why the success of the Neurolink brain implant suggests a future union of man and machine; and what new books Bradley recommends for the beach (not t…
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The FBI has taken down the hacking forum Breach Forums, which was used to leak stolen data. This is not the first time the FBI has taken action against such forums. The article mentions previous instances where the FBI and international partners have collaborated to bring down cybercriminals. The FBI is urging anyone who has had dealings with the f…
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Three individuals were accused of helping North Korea fund its weapons program by securing remote IT jobs in America and sending the money to North Korea. The scheme involved someone pretending to be the face of the job applicant while the actual work was done by someone in North Korea. The article highlights the need for better background checks, …
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Security experts talk at length about how to choose a good password – but we don’t often talk about how to choose a good PIN code. A recent analysis by a researcher shows popular patterns humans use when choosing PIN codes, and therefore what you should avoid doing. In the news: MediSecure e-Rx firm hit by data breach; CISA warns of active D-Link r…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss their recent activities, including watching basketball playoffs, TV shows, and taking vacations. They also mention upcoming events and guests on their podcast. The conversation covers a range of topics, from sports to entertainment to cybersecurity. Please LISTEN 🎧 LIKE 👍🏿 and SHARE ❤️ Thanks! Socials: Website - h…
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In this episode, Ryan Williams Sr. shares tips for beginners on how to start a podcast. He emphasizes the importance of identifying your niche, utilizing your podcast for business development, and leveraging your podcast to open up doors for projects and collaborations. Ryan also discusses the significance of scheduling and consistency, choosing a …
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Jordan Nof, Co-founder and Managing Partner at Tusk Venture Partners, returns to Firewall to discuss the challenging climate for VCs. Given that the economy is strong, inflation is down, the stock market is booming and crypto has rebounded, what's holding venture back and how does politics factor into its recovery? This episode was taped at P&T Kni…
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The hosts discuss a vulnerability in VPN apps that compromises their security. They debate whether the disclosure of the vulnerability should have been made public or shared with VPN providers individually. They also express concerns about the overall security of online activities and the increasing threats in the cybersecurity landscape. Please LI…
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Hospitals across the US are facing cyber attacks, impacting their clinical operations and patient care. The Ascension Network, a St. Louis-based health system with 140 hospitals, detected an attack on their online systems and had to sever connections. This has led to disruptions in services, such as healthcare workers losing access to critical syst…
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Why are young educated Americans rooting for Hamas? Bradley sketches out his thoughts for how to rebuild a sense of meaning and purpose. Plus, two things he agrees with — the ban of betting on political races and Mayor Adams’ Operation Padlock — and one he doesn’t: the rabid outrage over Apple’s iPad ad. If that company was afraid of making mistake…
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Russia has been hacking Ukraine for at least a decade now, but since the invasion of Ukraine in February of 2022, the cyber war has changed. Instead of being a tactical element, cyber war is now a full-fledged strategic aspect of the conflict, on both sides. At the outset, Ukraine put out an official call to enlist cyber warriors from around the gl…
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In this conversation, the hosts discuss a recent cybersecurity incident in Hernando County, where there was a disruption in the county's information technology services due to a potential ransomware attack. The county has been tight-lipped about the incident, which raises concerns about the safety of people's information. The hosts emphasize the im…
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In this episode, Ryan and Shannon discuss their podcast schedule and the different topics they cover throughout the week. They also talk about the TV shows and movies they've been watching, including Lopez vs. Lopez and Ghosts. The conversation then shifts to the recent diss tracks in the music industry, with Kendrick Lamar and Drake being the main…
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Elizabeth Stevens shares her cybersecurity origin story, starting with her love for technology and music. She discusses her diverse background, including her time in the Marine Corps and her experience at Microsoft. She highlights the importance of having a mindset that is willing to try new things and not take no for an answer. Elizabeth also emph…
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Kim Scott, author of the blockbuster management book "Radical Candor" joins Bradley to discuss her follow-up "Radical Respect" as well as her new campaign, the Coalition of Concerned Creators, to give creators a fighting chance against the all-powerful tech platforms. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City’s on…
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In this episode, Ryan and Shannon discuss an article about OpenAI's GPT-4 and its ability to exploit real vulnerabilities by reading security advisories. GPT-4 was able to exploit 87% of the vulnerabilities presented to it, while other models tested as low as 0%. Ryan is optimistic about the potential of AI in cybersecurity and sees it as an opport…
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What single factor will have the biggest effect in an election where both candidates have already been president and have essentially 100% name ID? Bradley makes a list of the top 16 factors, sets them off against each other in a tournament bracket and picks the winners with pollster extraordinaire Jefrey Pollock of Global Strategy Group. And the c…
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The UK has implemented a new law that bans default passwords on smart devices starting April 2024. This law aims to protect consumers from cyber attacks by requiring manufacturers to comply with the legislation and provide ongoing protection against cyber attacks. The law covers a wide range of smart devices, including smart speakers, smart TVs, st…
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Google’s Chrome browser has dominated the planet – both on desktop computers and mobile devices. Furthermore, many other popular web browsers are actually based on the same Google-made Chromium browser engine, including Microsoft Edge and Brave Browser. This gives Google an inordinate amount of influence on web standards, in particular preventing b…
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Ryan and Shannon discuss how the US Cyber Command deployed cyber specialists to more than a dozen countries last year to fortify networks and expose tools that hackers are using. These deployments, known as 'Hunt Forward' missions, were conducted by the Cyber National Mission Force. Other countries have also sought assistance from the US in dealing…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss their recent TV show and movie recommendations. They talk about shows like 'The Irrational,' 'Lopez vs. Lopez,' and 'Matlock,' as well as movies like 'Civil War.' They share their thoughts on the storytelling, characters, and sound design of these shows and movies. The hosts also mention their excitement for upcom…
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In this conversation, Ryan Williams Sr. interviews Chelsea Pierre, a serial entrepreneur and founder of Blerds Leading Technology and Pierre's TechHeads, LLC. Chelsea shares her background in cybersecurity and her journey as a public speaker and business owner. She emphasizes the importance of risk tolerance and understanding biases in order to suc…
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What do you call a hedge fund that reports and publishes its own stories? Bradley talks to Sam Koppelman, co-founder and publisher of HunterBrook, an innovative hybrid that seeks to break news and generate alpha. "There's this myth that journalism is a terrible business," says Koppelman. "It's actually only a really terrible business for journalist…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss a news article about the shooting of an Uber driver in Ohio and the scam surrounding it. The scam involved social engineering tactics targeting, William J. Brock, an elderly man, convincing him to hand over $12,000 to, Lo-Letha Hall, an Uber driver who was actually an innocent bystander. Lo-Letha was shot by Willi…
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Whatever people's instincts are on Israel's predicament, says Bradley, they should question the strident voices that dominate the news coverage. Only when we don't feel compelled to mimic the talking points, views or narratives of others just to fit in can progress towards peace be made. Discussed on today's episode: Thinking Independently About Is…
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This is the laziest thumbnail I've ever made but is it as lazy as UnitedHealth's alleged lack of remote access authentication? The jury is still out... The conversation discusses the recent ransomware attack on Change Healthcare and the failure to implement multi-factor authentication (MFA) as a basic security measure. The hosts express their frust…
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AI has been grabbing all the tech headlines, but cryptocurrency is still innovating and changing. One of the primary goals of cryptocurrency was to be decentralized and therefore not controlled by governments like fiat currency. That is about to change. Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) is a new type of cryptocurrency that is created and governe…
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