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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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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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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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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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In this lost episode from December 4, 2022, Ryan and Shannon how hackers are using the trending TikTok invisible challenge to spread malware. Threat actors are tricking users into downloading malware by capitalizing on the invisible challenge, where users apply a filter that leaves behind a silhouette of their body. The malware is hidden inside Pyt…
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"Your obscene profits are not a good enough reason to let one more child die," says Marci Hamilton, the CEO and founder of Child USA. If there's one person harder on social-media moguls than Bradley, it's Hamilton. She and Bradley talk about when and how lawmakers will finally clamp down on this "toxic universe." This episode was taped at P&T Knitw…
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Until recently, most of our important data lived primarily on our devices. Backing up that data often meant choosing a cloud backup service. But today, many of our most important photos and files are actually stored in the cloud. While cloud servers are supposed to be more robust than home computers with flaky hard drives and smartphones that get l…
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Microsoft and Google are offering cyber help to rural hospitals in an initiative by the Biden administration. The hospitals, which are critical for surrounding areas, often lack proper cybersecurity measures and are vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Microsoft is offering discounts on security products and free licenses to upgrade their systems, while Go…
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The conversation discusses the trend of regulated industries adopting military-grade cyber defenses and the importance of information sharing and collaboration in the cybersecurity field. It emphasizes the need for a collective approach to cybersecurity and the adoption of strategies like zero trust. The conversation also highlights the significanc…
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What do the Surgeon General's proposed warning on social media, the Pope's guidance on artificial intelligence and North Dakota's congressional age limit all have in common? To Bradley, they are policy ideas that look great on first glance but become a lot less appealing as you carefully think them through. Plus, Bradley throws down a challenge to …
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In this episode, Ryan and Daniel discuss the recent Microsoft cybersecurity hearing and the implications for the company's relationship with the government. They highlight the importance of Microsoft's role in the federal sector and the need for improved security practices. The breach attributed to China and the loss of encryption keys are discusse…
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In this episode, Ryan, Shannon, and Daniel discuss their recent activities and interests. They talk about their media consumption, including TV shows, movies, and comedy specials. They also share updates on their personal lives, such as graduations and college orientations. Ryan mentions his plans for the podcast and upcoming appearances, while Sha…
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Completing the troika of family-themed episodes, Gabe Tusk (Bradley's dad) joins Firewall to mark Father's Day. 'What gets better as you get older?' asks Bradley. Reflecting on his 79 years on this earth, Gabe remarks that right now happens to be the most content he's ever been, with just the right balance of family, work and leisure in his life. T…
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Mariah Simone' Denson is the founder and president of Global Patch, a nonprofit organization that focuses on getting people, especially BIPOC individuals, into the gaming, eSports, digital production, and tech industries. The organization provides education and career pathways, as well as focuses on the safety of individuals in these spaces. Mariah…
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The conversation discusses the shortage of cybersecurity professionals and the role of certifications in job hunting. The article mentioned states that there are around 469,930 open cybersecurity positions in the US that are not being filled due to a lack of certifications. The hosts debate the importance of certifications versus degrees and the ne…
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Microsoft recalls screenshot feature after outcry due to privacy concerns raised by the UK and EU. The feature, called Recall, was meant to store screenshots of desktop activity but raised concerns about the security of sensitive information, such as passwords, being captured and stored in plain text. Microsoft responded by making the feature opt-i…
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The caveat here is that, just as William Goldman famously said about Hollywood, nobody knows anything. But Bradley reflects on 18 years of giving it his best shot. Plus, a lightning round on Albany’s clampdown on social media, the City Council’s bid to end brokers’ fees on rentals, and congestion pricing’s crash and burn (featuring our resident tra…
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The conversation discusses the recent data breach targeting the customers of cloud storage firm Snowflake. The breach has resulted in hundreds of customer passwords being found online, potentially exposing millions of accounts. The conversation highlights the ease of access to hacking tools and the importance of using multi-factor authentication to…
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Encrypted communications are important for everyone, even if you have nothing to hide. But they’re also important when you’re trying to hide global criminal operations. Drug smugglers and money launderers have special needs when it comes to secure messaging. Several phone companies were created to address this market. Unfortunately for the criminal…
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In this conversation, Ryan, Shannon, and Daniel discuss their recent activities and what they've been watching. They mention the latest episodes of their podcast, The Other Side of the Firewall, and the guests they've had. They also talk about the movies and TV shows they've watched, including the movie 'Atlas' on Netflix, the animated series 'Bloo…
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In this episode of Ask A CISSP, Ryan Williams interviews Rico Randall, a veteran and senior consultant at Red Hat. Rico shares his background in the military and his transition to the civilian workforce. He discusses his experience obtaining certifications like CISSP and his current role at Red Hat. Rico also talks about his podcast, DEM Tech Folks…
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New York City Mayor Eric Adams drops by the studio at P&T Knitwear to talk to Bradley about the crackdown on illegal weed shops, ways to rid the streets of scaffolding, how to get work permits for migrants and what he would say to people who may have fallen out of love with the Big Apple. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street…
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The podcast episode discusses the sustained cyberattacks on the Internet Archive, a nonprofit organization facing targeted DDoS attacks. The conversation delves into the impact of these attacks, the significance of the Internet Archive, and the potential motives behind the cyberattacks. The hosts also highlight the importance of the Internet Archiv…
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The podcast discusses the Ticketmaster hack, its impact on over half a billion users, and the potential risks of exposed personal information. The conversation also delves into the implications of aggregate data, the enforcement of cybersecurity laws, and the responsibility of companies to protect customer data. Please LISTEN 🎧 LIKE 👍🏿 and SHARE ❤️…
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On the week of her graduation from high school, Bradley's daughter Abby Tusk returns to the podcast to be interviewed on what she's learned about herself, her generation, and the world. "The Internet is not terrible," Abby says, "but it is kind of rotting our brains." Are you optimistic or pessimistic about your future, he asks her. "Optimistic, fo…
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Most major social media platforms are a hot mess. Your feed is filled with tons of crap you never asked to see and your data is mined mercilessly to serve you targeted ads. The promise of having a place to trade interesting posts with friends and family is now muddied up with sponsored content chosen by hidden algorithms optimized to keep you scrol…
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TikTok is reportedly preparing a US copy of its core algorithm in response to the US government's demand for divestiture or operational changes. The company is said to be splitting its source code to comply with US regulations, but this could result in a different user experience and algorithm support. The US government's concerns revolve around po…
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In this episode, Ryan and Shannon discuss their week and share their thoughts on movies, documentaries, and video games. Ryan talks about attending a Kevin Hart comedy show and watching the Mark Twain Award ceremony. He also shares his experience playing video games on his new ultra-wide monitor. Shannon discusses the documentaries he watched and h…
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In this episode, Ryan Williams Sr. interviews Delisha Hodo, the Assistant Director of Advising at the SANS Technology Institute. They discuss various initiatives and opportunities in the cybersecurity field, including the reopening of the SANS Cyber Academies, the Women's Cyber Academy, and the Diversity Cyber Academy. Delisha provides advice for i…
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What unites a borough that has such sharp juxtapositions of abundance and deprivation? Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso joins Bradley to talk about a better way to crack down on illegal weed shops, why the migrant crisis didn’t need to be a crisis, how to break the affordable housing logjam and what he’s doing to lift maternal health from…
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More than 70% of surveyed water systems failed to meet EPA cyber standards, highlighting the lack of cybersecurity measures in place. These water treatment facilities are not following basic cyber hygiene practices, such as updating outdated systems and conducting regular reviews of their processes. The Safe Water Drinking Act requires these facili…
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Bob Greenlee, Bradley's longtime friend and COO at Tusk Holdings, joins the podcast to discuss the latest convergences of tech, politics and the law. Plus, Bradley realizes he no longer hates the Yankees and tries to sort out why. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City’s only free podcast recording studio. Send…
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The podcast episode discusses the world's largest chip maker, TSMC, and their ability to remotely disable machines through a kill switch in the event of an invasion. The article highlights the geopolitical tensions between China and Taiwan, as TSMC is located in Taiwan. The conversation also touches on the Chip Act, which incentivizes chip manufact…
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In this episode, Ryan Williams Sr. demonstrates how to build a GPT (Genitive Pre-trained Transformer) using OpenAI's ChatGPT. He walks through the four steps of creating a GPT and shows how to optimize it. The GPT is designed to review test guidance, generate questions and examples for each use case, and provide feedback on evidence provided by the…
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The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) suffered a cyber attack that disrupted its IT systems and online operations. While it is unknown if it was a ransomware attack, the ARRL reassured users that no social security numbers were compromised. However, the attackers did gain access to email addresses and names, which could be used for phishing and id…
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