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Ready to change how you think about cybersecurity? Every other week, Mimecast’s Brian Pinnock and Alice Jeffrey are joined by a special guest for tales of risk, reward and just a dash of ridiculousness. Whether it’s a tech expert who is not your average CIO or an expert from a field you wouldn’t expect, we’ll be exploring the lesser seen side of cybersecurity – to learn how we can all improve in the fight to stay safe.
 
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Analyze Phish

Earwolf & Harris Wittels, Scott Aukerman

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Harris and Scott are comedians, music lovers, and friends. Where do they differ? Harris loves Phish, and Scott does not. On Analyze Phish, Harris navigates the vast landscape of Phish's catalogue to find entry points for Scott while trying to explain the live Phish experience without the use of illegal substances.
 
The definitive retrospective of one of music’s most memorable festivals, Phish’s Big Cypress. In December of 1999, Phish drew an estimated 80,000 to the Big Cypress Indian Reservation in Florida’s Everglades, making this festival the largest Millennium Eve concert on earth. We look back on the festival 20 years later—and examine the legacy for Phish and the music world. Hosted and narrated by Jesse Jarnow, this five-episode series draws on interviews with members of Phish and its crew, fan m ...
 
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This week we speak with Mike Sharman, the owner and co-founder of Retroviral Digital Communications and RetroActive Digital, and the author of the best-selling book, The Best Dick: A Candid Account of Building a $1m Business. We discuss the importance of brand reputation, what goes into building a strong brand and how organisations can maintain the…
 
BONUS EPISODE In this bonus episode of our Phishy Business podcast, Michelle Price, CEO of AustCyber an independent, not for profit, government funded Australian cyber security growth network, is interviewed by the Economist Impact about how organisations can effectively plan for the future and its cybersecurity environment that seems to be changin…
 
This week we speak with Achim von Michel, the press secretary of the German Association of Small and Medium Businesses. We discuss the need for SMBs to take cyber security seriously, some of the challenges these types of companies face such as skills shortages and bureaucracy, as well as the benefits of working for smaller companies. In ‘Small comp…
 
BONUS EPISODE In this bonus episode of our Phishy Business podcast, Kerissa Varma, Group CISO of Old Mutual Limited, is interviewed by the Economist Impact about data protection and how this related to cyber security, a podcast commissioned by Mimecast. About Phishy Business Fed up with the same old cybersecurity stories? Come with us on a journey …
 
Listen to this interesting episode featuring how law enforcement tries to prevent young offenders from making a career in cybercrime. We speak to Floor Jansen, team leader of the offender prevention squad of the Dutch police, and British offender prevention expert Gregory Francis about young cybercrime offenders. We discuss their sometimes surprisi…
 
BONUS EPISODE In this bonus episode of our Phishy Business podcast, professor Ciaran Martin, the former founding CEO of the UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and current Professor of Practice in the Management of Public Organisations at the University of Oxford is interviewed by the Economist Impact about ransomware and other interesting top…
 
This week we speak to Ciaran Martin, the former founding CEO of the UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and current Professor of Practice in the Management of Public Organisations at the University of Oxford. We discuss how the NCSC got started, how they communicate cyber threats to the general public without infantilising them, the need for s…
 
On this week’s Phishy Business, we’re joined by Bruce McCully, Chief Security Officer at Galactic Advisors, cyber security consultancy, and author of multiple books. We discuss the importance of story-telling in cyber security, why MSPs (Managed Service Providers) have a target on their backs when it comes to ransomware, the vital importance of hav…
 
Breaking Waves: Seattle is the story of the scene that defined rock in the ‘90s. The show traces the roots of grunge, and details the rise and fall of the Seattle scene, and concludes with a look forward, examining the legacy of grunge and highlighting the current and emerging artists who will create Seattle’s next breaking wave. Produced for Audac…
 
In this special episode, we speak to Rory Innes, founder of the cyber helpline, as well as Shane McCombs and Samantha Gamble from the Innocent Lives Foundation. We speak to them about the lack of support and understanding of online crime and how their organisations support victims and law enforcement services who are often not equipped to deal with…
 
Welcome to Season Two! To kick us off in style, we’re speaking to Bryan Hurd, the founder of the US navy Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Cyber Counterintelligence program and currently vice president at insurance company Stroz Friedberg, part of AON. We cover everything from terrorism, the ransomware threat, cyber insurance, crisis mana…
 
We’ve reached the end of season 1 of our podcast Phishy Business. Listen to this compilation of funny and interesting stories from our guests throughout the season. We’re featuring some of our most interesting guest, like: Jenny Radcliffe, the people hacker Geoff White, BBC investigative journalist Bennett Arron, comedian, and victim of cyber crime…
 
Phish tour is back, and so is the Helping Friendly Podcast! HF Pod On Tour will feature live video Quick Hits at 1pm the day after every show—on Osiris Media's Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube channels. We'll also have podcast episodes every Tuesday with a rundown of the tour thus far. Featuring great conversation, fans who were at the show…
 
We’re gearing up for a summer of sporting excellence this year with the delayed Summer Olympics and Paralympics. On this week’s episode, we speak to Dutch Paralympian and world champion, Jetze Plat and his coach and sports doctor Guido Vroemen. In this inspirational chat, we learn about the importance of resilience, teamwork, rest and how, even wit…
 
A full day ahead of meetings looms on the horizon as you sip your morning coffee, a familiar scenario for most of us. The majority of these discussions will take place over some of the now ubiquitous video conferencing tools, like Zoom or Microsoft Teams. But are they really the best way to get work done? Would some of these meetings benefit from b…
 
Sadly this is not a joke, it is the title of our guest’s book – Bennett Arron. In this episode of Phishy Business, the comedian, speaker, and author recounts how his identity was stolen and the devastating consequences it had on his life. This episode was much like the book, insightful, funny, and thought-provoking at the same time. In this episode…
 
Have you heard of carbon spider, mythic leopard and even ocean buffalo? These are all code names for some of the biggest cyberattacks of 2020, code names created by the threat intelligence experts tracking activities of these cyberattacks. Crowdstrike’s Derek Buchanan and Mimecast's Dr. Francis Gaffney help us understand how to predict, find and re…
 
Did you know that the average person checks their phone 47 times a day? While this a surprising number, this is also a very plausible number. This week we dive into the world of the generation who was born with technology and the internet, Generation Z, with author of Born Digital and Chairman of UK finance Bob Wigley. We discuss how they develop a…
 
Did you know it’s possible to be imprisoned on a database, but not in actual reality? While the idea may seem strange, this is the case for thousands of people around the world, whether they know it or not. With data breaches happening all the time, personal information is traded freely by unscrupulous forces on the dark web. It begs the question i…
 
Cybercrime can be a very mysterious area. But for the uninitiated, the world of marketing can seem equally obscure. It’s easy to feel lost between complex marketing theories and incredibly sophisticated technology. But the realms of cybersecurity and marketing are colliding ever more frequently, with the rise of brand exploitation and growing role …
 
Alive Again is a limited series podcast exploring the solo career of Trey Anastasio. Based on extensive interviews with Trey and his bandmates and collaborators, Alive Again will dive into evolution of Trey’s songwriting and creative development, as well as the enduring career of the Trey Anastasio Band. The show will also cover Trey’s memories com…
 
Picture a room full of one hundred IT specialists (or in today’s world, a screen of one hundred IT specialists). Going by the industry average, only 18 of those specialists would be female – while if we were looking at the C-suite, it would fall to just three. When cybersecurity is facing a skills shortage, it’s madness that the industry is failing…
 
In just three months in 2020, there were more than 900,000 spam messages and 48,000 malicious URLs – all related to Covid-19. At the same time, groups from the World Health Organisation to Interpol were issuing warnings about a surge in online threats. There’s no doubt cybercrime has become headline news. But author and investigative journalist Geo…
 
Acronyms have been taking the data privacy world by storm. Who can forget GDPR coming into force in 2018? Well, now there’s a shiny new protection of personal information law on the scene: South Africa’s POPIA, which comes into force in July 2021. And of course, 9,000 miles due north, Brexit is yet another development impacting data privacy and pro…
 
We all know a business’ cybersecurity is only as strong as its people. And that’s where Jenny Radcliffe comes in. Known as the People Hacker, Jenny is a psychologist and social engineer who helps her clients assess their security by breaking into their organisations, often without technology. In the very first episode of Phishy Business, we discuss…
 
Hey, After Midnight listeners! We're proud to bring you the first episode of our new Phish podcast, Undermine. Check out the first episode here and subscribe on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. How did a band with no major label from a small city in Northern Vermont become one of the biggest bands in music within a decade? What we…
 
Hey, After Midnight listeners! We wanted to tell you about a brand new podcast that we’ve been working on, called Past, Present, Future, Live! This is an interview with Maggie Rose, a singer-songwriter who has had a really interesting journey through the Nashville music scene and the jamband scene and beyond. And of course she ends the show with so…
 
Hey After Midnight listeners. We have a new show from Osiris that we thought you might like. It's called 36 from the Vault, and it's an overview of The Grateful Dead’s celebrated live show releases. Hosted by music writer and podcaster Steven Hyden and music journalist Rob Mitchum, this new series will chronicle each live Dead release, breaking dow…
 
What was it like for the band to walk off stage after playing for 7 hours? Would fans go back to a world destroyed by Y2K? What was next for Phish after this monumental achievement? How did Big Cypress influence festivals and the music industry? In our final episode of After Midnight, we explore these questions and more. We sincerely appreciate all…
 
What's it like to pull an all-nighter with 80,000 of your closest friends? What happens when you try to drive a hot dog through that same crowd? Can you say "Cheesecake!" like you're pissed? Will the band play an encore? In episode 4, we answer these questions and more. We also explore the lasting impressions of the legendary midnight-to-sunrise ex…
 
In episode 3, we emerge from the traffic jam, and we are officially on Big Cypress. We hear Trey and Tom reflect on cruising Big Cypress, and talk to Jon Fishman, Brad Sands, John Paluska and lots of fans about their experiences on site. And we start to get to the music. There's music! After Midnight is sponsored by Ben & Jerry's and Fiddlehead Bre…
 
What's it like to build a city for 75,000 fans from scratch? Why did people sit in traffic for 18 hours waiting to get into Big Cypress? And were there actually alligators? In episode two, we explore how Phish built a city, threw the biggest ticketed event anywhere in the world on New Year’s 1999 and still remained almost completely off the mainstr…
 
Why did 75,000 Phish fans endure an 18-hour traffic jam to see Phish? Why did Phish make 75,000 fans endure a massive traffic jam to see them? What were Phish doing in Florida in the first place? In episode one, we explore answers to these questions and more. We talk to Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio drummer Jon Fishman, former manager John Paluska…
 
A preview of After Midnight, a podcast celebrating the 20th anniversary of Phish's Big Cypress festival. Subscribe today on our show page. Episode 1 comes out on Thursday, November 14. This five-episode series, hosted and narrated by Jesse Jarnow, will include interviews with Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, John Paluska, Brad Sands, Beth Montouri-Rowl…
 
This week I invited a special guest(my brother!) to review the biggest movie in the world 'Avengers: Endgame'. We talk our biggest moments, favorite lines, a deep dive into the core Avengers, and the future of the MCU. | Like, comment, and share! follow @PhiShoHub on IG and Twitter for curated content of the culture!…
 
This week I recap the Grammys, the drama surrounding Jussie Smollett, the bigger issue with 21 Savage's situation, and how the 10 year anniversary of Drake's 'So Far Gone' mixtape & J. Cole's performance at the NBA All-Star Game affect the culture as a whole. | Like, comment, and share! follow @PhiShoHub on IG and Twitter for curated content of the…
 
This week the final episode of the year is split up in two parts. On Side A I discuss Meek Mill's 'Championships' & JID's "DiCaprio 2' along with a review of some more music I happen to check out in today's influx. Also a recap of concerts from H.E.R., Drake, and The Internet and my honorable mentions of my favorite songs of the year.On Side B I gi…
 
Finally back after another hiatus! Hopefully I can put out an episode at least once a month. The week I review: Nicki Minaj's 'Queen', Travis Scott's 'Astroworld', J. Cole & Janelle Monae concerts and the BlacKkKlansman movie. | Like, comment, and share! follow @PhiShoHub on IG and Twitter for curated content of the culture!…
 
Episode 024 - December 2017 Set 1 ACDC Bag-> (1997-12-07) Pyscho Killer[1]-> (1997-12-07) Jesus Left Chicago (1997-12-07) Mellow Mood[1] (2010-10-26) The Curtain With (2000-07-12) Thunderhead[1]> (2003-12-01) Sparkle (2003-12-01) Cities (2011-12-28) Halley's Comet> (2012-12-29) Limb By Limb (2012-12-29) Wolfman's Brother[1] (2012-12-28) Possum (199…
 
Episode 023 - November 2017 Set 2 Steam (2014-07-11) Down With Disease (2014-07-11) Golden Age (2014-07-11) Piper (2016-10-24) Carini -> (2010-10-22) My Problem Right There[1] (2010-10-22) Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley[1] (2011-01-01) Makisupa Policeman (2011-01-01) When the Circus Comes[1] (1997-12-31) Roses Are Free (1997-12-31) Buried Alive->…
 
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