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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 & Ask A CISSP" podcasts, 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 w ...
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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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In this episode, the hosts discuss the recent news that Microsoft laid off its diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) lead. They express their disappointment and concern about the future of DEI initiatives in companies. They highlight the importance of representation and diversity in the workplace and question why a trillion-dollar company like Mic…
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After Biden's withdrawal and his endorsement of Harris, Trump is beatable but remains the prohibitive favorite. Bradley assesses what the Democrats can do to make a serious race out of it. Plus, he reflects on his one-year anniversary of quitting marijuana and why "life is a little less fun" but ultimately more rewarding. This episode was taped at …
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Kaspersky is shutting down its business in the United States after being sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department. The Department of Industry and Security also banned the company from selling software and delivering antivirus updates. This move is part of a trend where the U.S. is cutting ties with foreign companies due to concerns about data sec…
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If someone decided to dig into your life – perhaps even try to ‘dox’ you – how might they go about doing that? What could they find about you right now on the internet? You might be surprised at how much information is readily available from public sources, including your local government agencies and state databases. Today I’ll be talking with Jas…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss the recent CrowdStrike EDR update that crashed Windows systems worldwide. They highlight the impact of the update on various industries, including airlines and healthcare. The hosts also discuss the potential long-term consequences for CrowdStrike and Microsoft, as well as the need for better testing and quality c…
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In this episode, Ryan Williams and Elizabeth Stephens discuss the recent IT outage caused by a bad patch from CrowdStrike that impacted Microsoft systems. They emphasize the importance of investing in people, processes, and tools to prevent such incidents and highlight the need for digital resilience. They also address the role of AI in cybersecuri…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss their recent activities and media consumption. They mention watching documentaries, TV shows, and movies, as well as their experiences with family activities like bowling. They also talk about exploring different cuisines and cooking healthier meals. Additionally, they mention their interest in Japanese culture an…
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In this conversation, Ryan Williams Sr. interviews Miguel Clarke, a retired Supervisory Special Agent from the FBI, now a Cybersecurity and GRC Evangelist, at Armor Defense. Miguel shares his background in law enforcement and his transition into cybersecurity. He discusses the early days of cyber investigations and the collaboration between differe…
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The podcast discusses a recent article about a Russian troll farm that uses AI-enhanced software to spread disinformation. The hosts highlight the importance of verifying information and diversifying news sources to combat the spread of fake news. They also discuss the need for social media platforms to implement better troll detection and verifica…
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Is it crazy to believe Biden won't step down and/or that he's not certain to lose to Donald Trump? Or that if he does step down, Kamala Harris is the best (and only plausible) replacement? Chris Coffey, CEO of Tusk Strategies, joins Bradley to offer reasons why the Democrats aren't necessarily facing an historic trainwreck in the fall. Plus, Chris …
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More than nothing, but not a whole lot more. Bradley analyzes the aftermath of the shooting in Butler, Pa. Plus, riffing from the Times' 100 Best Books of the 21st Century, he compiles his own top ten. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City’s only free podcast recording studio. Send us an email with your though…
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The conversation discusses a recent article about a new attack on a 30-year-old protocol called RADIUS. The protocol is widely used in networks for client-server interactions, including VPN access, DSL and fiber connections, and 5G authentication. The attack, called Blast Radius, exploits vulnerabilities in the MD5 hash used in the protocol. The at…
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Ads on the web are beyond annoying – they are actually a threat to your privacy and sometimes even your security. Ads pay for a lot of the “free” web content we consume, but until ad networks stop tracking us and selling ad space to phishing and malware groups, we need tools to block them. Today I’ll give you two solid options for doing so. In the …
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AT&T experiences another major data breach, exposing call and text records of millions of customers, including non-AT&T users. The breach highlights the vulnerability of personal information and the potential for location tracking and targeted attacks. Snowflake, a third-party platform, was involved in the breach, but investigations suggest user er…
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In this conversation, Ryan and Shannon discuss various topics, including cybersecurity news, movies, and TV series. They mention OpenAI being victims of espionage, the impact of password compilations, and the role of CISOs. They also talk about the movies they watched, such as 'The Beekeeper' and 'Clipped,' and the TV series 'Barbershop.' They shar…
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Live from P&T Knitwear, Bradley sits down with a tech founder and tech reporter to discuss the complex web of political challenges facing the industry today. How do founders navigate these turbulent waters to foster innovation? And how do reporters cover the ever-complex interplay between technology and politics without getting lost in the noise? T…
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When Matt Bowman left the military after 10 years of service, he found a new calling in Silicon Valley. He talks to Bradley about his start-up Autobiographer, an AI enhanced tool that helps people write their life stories. “I'm here today, in this role at Autobiographer,” he says, “because I want to memorialize the stories of my friends who didn't …
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The conversation discusses the increasing scrutiny of CISOs by the government after a major breach. It highlights the challenges faced by CISOs, including being the fall guy for breaches and lacking decision-making power in the C-suite. The importance of communication, collaboration, and documentation is emphasized as a way for CISOs to protect the…
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In this episode, Ryan and Shannon discuss a recent security alert about a hacker who uploaded 10 billion passwords to a crime forum. They explain the concept of credential stuffing and the risks of using the same password for multiple accounts. They emphasize the importance of enabling multi-factor authentication and suggest that biometrics may be …
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OpenAI's internal AI details were stolen in a 2023 breach, but the company did not disclose it until now. The hacker gained access to the internal messaging systems and stole details about the design of OpenAI's artificial intelligence technologies. Although the actual technologies were not compromised, the breach raises concerns about the lack of …
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We’re generating a ridiculous amount of data every day. Much of it is highly personal and that’s dangerous. But there are actually several Privacy Enhancing Technologies that may allow us to use this personal data to improve our collective quality of life without ruining the privacy of the data subjects. I’ll be discussing these PETs with Irene Kna…
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On the Biden age question, voters were far ahead of the White House, the Democratic establishment and the media well before the debate. Regardless of how Democrats resolve this particular problem (Bradley puts the chance of Biden soldiering on at 30 percent), both parties should face blowback over the election for years to come. Plus, Bradley refle…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss their week and what they've been watching. Shannon talks about his week and shares his thoughts on the TV show 'My Adventures with Superman' and the Netflix movie 'A Family Affair'. Chris talks about watching local news and streaming anime on Crunchyroll. Daniel shares his experience with stomach problems and his …
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In this episode, Ryan and Shannon discuss a recent article about a massive HTTP DDoS attack that reached a record high of 71 million requests per second. They highlight the increasing sophistication and frequency of DDoS attacks, as well as the potential life-threatening effects of such attacks in the future. They also discuss the role of IoT devic…
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The best way to clean up social media, says Ethan Zuckerman, director of the Initiative for Digital Public Infrastructure at the University of Massachusetts, is not necessarily a big government clampdown. What if instead the platforms allowed for new tools and filters that clean up and give us discretion over the torrent of content into our lives? …
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The conversation revolves around the lack of comprehensive privacy legislation in the United States and the need for stronger data protection measures. The discussion highlights the failure of the American Privacy Rights Act and the removal of civil rights protections from the bill. The hosts express frustration with the slow progress in implementi…
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The conversation discusses a recent cybersecurity attack on Evolve Bank, which was initially mistaken for an attack on the Federal Reserve. The hackers, known as Lockbit, threatened to release sensitive information unless a ransom was paid. However, it was later revealed that the Federal Reserve was not hacked, and it was actually Evolve Bank that …
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The conversation discusses the article titled 'TikTok confirms it offered US government a kill switch' from BBC.com. The hosts express concerns about data sharing and the potential infiltration of Chinese companies. They question the effectiveness of a kill switch in protecting user data and highlight the need for transparency and regulation in soc…
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We’ve talked about how to backup your local device data and how to back up data that is primarily stored in the cloud. But there’s a lot of important, irreplaceable data we take for granted: data owned by others. This might be shared online photo albums, cloud document collaborations, eBooks and other digital media, and even websites you frequently…
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