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Call & Response draws upon the blues tradition of communal music making and listening. Hosted by Nashville-based musician and poet Adia Victoria, each episode is a back and forth between Adia and her guests, between their present work, and the lineage of musical ancestors that came before them, and between Adia and you.
 
The annual Response-Ability Summit, formerly the Anthropology + Technology conference, brings together leading experts from the social sciences and technology to champion socially-responsible tech, and to foster dialogue and collaboration across the disciplines. The summit has been curated to help today’s leading technology companies understand the significant value of combining teams of technologists with social scientists. Together we can build a future in which socially-responsible tech i ...
 
The Response is a podcast series from Shareable.net exploring how to build collective resilience in the wake of disasters The podcast is part of a broader series from Shareable which includes a documentary film, articles, and a book. Find out more at www.shareable.net/the-response
 
Hello and welcome to the first episode of ResponseAU and I’m your host Phillip Mitchell. This is our first episode, and in it we will set the scene for what’s to come. The initial function of this podcast is to provide you the listener a place to come and hear from the responders you know and may have served with now or in the past. We’ll be recording interviews with individuals from as many different groups of responders, initially we hope to kick things off with our second episode called “ ...
 
With an expert panel of Doctors from around the World we take our listeners on a journey of discovery, charting the highs and lows of Covid-19's advancement from epidemic to pandemic, retrospective to forward-facing. Guided by our host Dr Efsathios Vasialidis, we discover the challenges for those practicing on the front line, what have been the impacts to surgery and what are the long term impacts of those challenges on patient care ? Facilitated and Hosted by STERIS and Evnia
 
Better decisions save lives.We're helping emergency services save more lives by making better decisions. Decisions [D4H] is a collaborative rescue team management tool, that helps record and analyse rescue operations. Instead of archiving information as paperwork, we generate real-time profiles of members, available resources, and experience levels. Decisions for Heroes uses this data to deliver live and intelligent information to the field.
 
Tim Conley and Jack Zerby slam old school direct response marketing into the startup world. Tim has been creating direct response campaigns for 16 years and Jack has just recently discovered the power of these marketing principles that are largely ignored most of the startup world. Join Tim and Jack each week as they share strategies and tactics that take startups out of the hope-and-pray efforts and into the measurable impact of direct response marketing. You'll learn everything from online ...
 
Since 1984, when Dr. Robert Gallo announced at a press conference that HIV caused AIDS, there has been an ongoing debate within the medical and scientific community whether Gallo was right. Today there are over 2300 medical and scientific experts, doctors, chiropractors, researchers, journalists, and other professionals – including Nobel Prize winners and members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences – who all agree that HIV does NOT cause AIDS. In these recorded interviews and talks, ...
 
Our Podcast is about Life and Love and Purpose to the Human race led by our Heavenly Creator allowing his creation to express themselves in a civilized and humble manner touch on topics based on the Bible,Perception,Obstacles,Relationships .etc..... So I hope all the listeners can enjoy and contribute to some Shalom(Peaceful conversations )
 
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Rapid 7 recently made a "Strategic Investment" in SCADAfence's $12M B round and announced integration with the SCADAfence product. Dale Peterson interviews Justin Prince of Rapid 7 on their OT vision, what the integration will and won't do, where the Rapid 7 solution will sit, and future product directions. You can use your judgment on the status a…
 
“Nostalgia is a killer of truth” says roots musician Rhiannon Giddens. “Musically, what I try to do is just tell as much truth as I can.” In the first episode of Call & Response, Adia sinks into conversation with Rhiannon, and together, they trace the lineage of the banjo from the Caribbean to the Carolinas and question the whitewashing of American…
 
"It's 12 months of no meaningful revenue," says Alamo Drafthouse CEO Shelli Taylor. "And then last weekend was phenomenal." Taylor returns to the podcast to explain why the hip, culture-forward movie theater chain recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, even as movie-goers began to return back to theaters, plus the unexpected lessons s…
 
- Attention! Due to technical difficulties Peter is a little bit too quiet, you may have to turn up the volume. - After last week's April Fools day special the boys are back with a real MtG episode. This time we talk about Philipp's first foray into a legacy challenge, Daniel's new legacy Deck and Peter's opinions on the new Strixhaven spoilers. En…
 
In this episode we're in conversation with Gilbert Hill. Gilbert is a privacy technologist and he's talking at the 2021 Summit in May. Most recently Gilbert was CEO and Advisor to Tapmydata, a start-up building consumer-grade tools for people to exercise data rights, with blockchain keeping score. Before becoming CEO of TapMyData, Gilbert founded O…
 
As of now, the majority of the global population has been impacted by the pandemic for more than a year. For the first time in a century, pretty much everyone on the planet has experienced the same disaster at the same time. And while most of us have had our daily lives disrupted in significant, and in many cases catastrophic, ways, there has also …
 
Short Review This is a book that an ICS security professional should give to friends and family to read so they know why they do what they do. Nicole guides the lay person through her compelling journey to understand the 0day market and its impact on the security of the systems we all rely on. The ICSsec pro will find it to be interesting except fo…
 
Dale Peterson interviews NY Times Reporter and author of the book This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends. Some of the highlights include: 4:00 - the story of how Nicole began her 0day journey at a dinner at S4x13 19:42 - was the 0day market inevitable? 26:05 - how incentives have caused the problem and good help solve the problem 30:30 - the ICS /…
 
With 75% of U.S. customers saying they'll soon be vaccinated, Delta is embracing a new phase, opening up middle seats as of May 1. CEO Ed Bastian bet at the start of the pandemic that focusing on consumer confidence and reinforcing Delta’s brand would ultimately pay big rewards. Now that strategy will be put to the test -- even as Bastian clashes w…
 
Three answers. 1. Women Women represent 51% of the population and 57% of the college graduates in the US. They comprise less than 10% of the OT Security workforce. Solving the problem could be as simple as adding women to the OT Security workforce until they reach close to their population percentage. Encouraging and recruiting them into the field,…
 
Call and Response draws upon the blues tradition of communal music making and listening. Hosted by Nashville-based musician and poet Adia Victoria, each episode is a back and forth between Adia and an artist, between their present work, and the lineage of musical ancestors that came before them, and between Adia and you. Listen to Call & Response i…
 
Maggie Morganti joined Dale Peterson on the show to discuss how International Humanitarian Law (IHL), which almost all countries subscribe to, would treat cyber attacks on critical infrastructure. The terms distinction and proportionality (the latter is very important and is on the proportion of civilian to military damage) and how they affect what…
 
Revenue for Morning Brew's booming e-mail newsletter operation dried up when the pandemic hit, but its next-generation audience remained devoted. Morning Brew CEO Alex Lieberman, who started the business with co-founder Austin Rief as undergraduates at the University of Michigan, leaned into the brand's distinctive personality, fueling a sharp rebo…
 
Part 1: Awareness of Purdue Level 0 and 1 (In)Security Part 2: Properly Prioritizing Level 0 and Level 1 Security In this third and final article in my Level 0 / Level 1 security series the focus is on the appropriate security controls. Sensors and Sensor Data The security concern with sensors is that the sensor data will be incorrect and lead to i…
 
Jason Christopher is the lead author of the new paper: Industrial Cyber Risk Management. Dale Peterson interviews Jason on this episode of the Unsolicited Response show. They discuss How industrial cyber risk fits into the business risk management strategy The proposed addition of resilience to the industrial cyber risk equation How much an asset o…
 
In recent months, business leaders have been pressed to take public positions on politics in ways they never have before. That's good for business and good for democracy, says Daniella Ballou-Aares, co-founder and CEO of the Leadership Now Project. She argues that even businesses that don’t lobby are key players in building our communities of the f…
 
In this episode we talk with Taina Bucher who is an associate professor in screen cultures at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo. Taina is the author of IF...THEN: Algorithmic Power and Politics, published by Oxford University Press in 2018. Taina explains why, as a media scholar, she became interested in algorithms and s…
 
We have resolved the issue on whether the ICS security community knows that almost all Purdue Reference Model Level 0 and Level 1 devices, and the protocols that communicate with them, lack authentication. They know this. The next question is what to do about it from an OT / ICS risk management perspective. I'll break the answer into two parts. Thi…
 
We are back with the boys in person, tested, covidfree and practicing Safer Podcasting! In this episode the guys talk about their decks they are working on and playing in the weeks after the bans. Also we talk about Timespiral Remastered, how we love oldframe cards and the opportunities mtg gets from Universes Beyond. Follow the guys on Twitter:@Ph…
 
This is a slightly edited version of the LinkedIn Live and YouTube Live show Dale Peterson recorded on March 17th. Dale begans talking about the Level 0 issue and was joined partway into the conversation by Ron Fabela. They talk about the awareness of insecure by design that exists in almost all Level 0 devices, the risk related to this, how asset …
 
Solving a problem typically begins with awareness that there is a problem. Back at S4x12 a group of researchers under the Project Basecamp banner demonstrated that most PLC's (Purdue Level 1 devices) were both insecure by design and ridden with exploitable bugs, as well how an attacker could leverage these issues. Nine years later I believe the iss…
 
Headlines last April predicted death for Airbnb. How could it survive a pandemic that stopped their core business cold? As the business cratered (in 8 weeks, they lost 80% of revenue), CEO Brian Chesky realized: It was a moment to step back, rethink and do more than anyone expected. So after putting a planned IPO on hold, he and his team started pl…
 
MW Pandemic Response comes to a close! As we mark the one-year anniversary of the declaration of the pandemic – and the launch of this special podcast, – we’ll be taking a look back at the past year and discussing some of the big takeaways. Municipal World CEO Susan Gardner and Jody Johnson, Director of Legal Services for Halton Region, discuss the…
 
Cplane.ai and ExxonMobil recently completed a pilot project showing how orchestration could simplify the deployment of a complex, multi-vendor system. This was actually a test of both Orchestration and the Open Process Automation (OPA) Forum's work. John Casey of Cplane.ai joined Dale Peterson on the show to explain exactly what the pilot project d…
 
My guest today is Astrid Countee. Astrid is an anthropologist and technologist based in Houston, Texas. She is co-founder of Missing Link Studios. In 2016, Astrid wrote an article for Ethnography Matters on why tech companies need to hire software developers with ethnographic skills, and it's this article I explore with her during our conversation.…
 
If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging. Will Rogers The large amount of insecure legacy ICS and long ICS lifetimes mean we will need to live with this security risk for years / decades. We can argue about how long it should take to replace the deployed insecure-by-design ICS, but there is no disagreement that it is a huge problem. A big hole.…
 
Bryan Owen of OSIsoft joins Dale to discuss all that when on in February. Top stories include: - Attacks and Outages: Oldsmar, Solarwinds fallout, ERCOT/Texas and China's efforts on the Indian power sector - Ruben Santamarta's research on IoT Software Development Kits - What does GE backing out of the ICS security product market mean. Plus wins, fa…
 
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