In the world today many people are offended by many different things. But, we've forgotten that just because we are offended it doesn't mean we are right. keenan Skelly of Circadence joins the conversation on how we can make hacker kool again.
In the post Snowden age privacy is not reasonably expected. But companies like Apple and Facebook are at least trying. Metadata can be used to track you but is it a big deal? Travis Smith from Tripwire joins the conversation. And guess who got caught selling your private location and other data to law enforcement? http://thehackernews.com/2016/09/apple-imessage.html http://thehackernews.com/2016/10/social-media-monitoring-tool.html
Donald Trump has said some interesting things. But, did anyone focus on what he said about how the US Cyber security program should be run? Hacking back is a fascinating concept but are we moving on the right target? Igor Baikalov of Securonix http://www.securonix.com
We've all heard the change control speeches in IT and Cyber security. But what if you could see every single change in your network's security infrastructure in real time? Checking out Firemon with Michael Callahan and maybe a new game idea? https://www.firemon.com/
Most of the time Hackers are out to make something that might exist a little better but sometimes its better to just build something on your own. Free & Open Source Software are a form of technical expression with Andrew from BleachBit and news that Open Whisper Systems recently received a request for private user data on its encrypted messaging app and what they did in response ROCKS! https://www.bleachbit.org/ https://whispersystems.org/bigbrother/
Cybersecurity is a huge field and tackling the skills gap is becoming a problem. But, what is being done to help companies address the latest cyber threats? Simone Petrella, Chief Cyberstrategy Officer of CyberVista Joins the conversation on just that. And Charles give you a fast way to get hacking with virtualization. https://www.cybervista.net
Sometimes the simplest thing can sway an opinion or perspective. But when its a fundamental change in the long standing politics of a nation it can require a bit more thought and a stronger inspiration. Bruce Carter, formerly founder of Black Men for Bernie joins the conversation about why he switched to team Trump. http://www.trumpforurbancommunities.com
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump couldn't be more different in many ways. And their supporters have equally different views. But the perspectives are fascinating. Joined by Heather Higgins and Alan Dershowitz. http://www.iwf.org/ http://alandershowitz.com
With the debates fresh on most people's minds and the headache / hangovers produced as an aftermath. Many might be wondering "is this the best we can do?". Executive producer Nathan Evans gets to talk with Independant Presidential candidate Evan McMullin. https://www.evanmcmullin.com
A diverse community of hackers came together to build something insanely amazing. A place where knowledge is shared, ideas can flow and solutions can be found. Even creating crowd sourced cyber security books for beginners. Limor Elba joins us from Peerlyst.com
Platte River Networks an IT company from Denver Colorado went before congress recently on the Hillary Clinton email server. They took the 5th but I wanted to know why. Shawn Tuma joins the conversation and Dr. James of Diamond Healthcare reminds us that pneumonia isn’t really a big deal.
Over the weekend a lot came out from Hillary’s medical issues to her email server hosting company heading to the hill with immunity. But is it just business as usual in the Clinton camp? Whats the point to all of the coverups? ReaganBaby.com’s Megan Barth joins in. https://www.bleachbit.org http://www.denverpost.com/2016/09/03/fbi-report-platte-river-network-employee-bleachbit-delete-clinton-e-mails/ http://www.businessinsider.com/hillary-clintons-doctor-statement-health-pneumonia-2016-9
The recent revelations with on the NSA tools kits being leaked by the Equation group draws into question just how much we know about America’s cyber / hacking capabilities. It turns out they are pretty sophisticated but who’s governing their use? Masergy Chief Scientist Mike Stute Joins the conversation about the NSA’a ANT. http://www.darkreading.com/analytics/threat-intelligence/the-nsa-playset-5-better-tools-to-defend-systems-/d/d-id/1321669 https://www.masergy.com
Diversity is a touchy subject in cybersecurity but there are successes to be had using what some would call adversity to your advantage. Ryn Melberg joins the conversation on managing diversity the way pokemon hackers do it. http://rynmelberg.com
Mobile devices are everywhere and have become a necessary part of day to day life and business. But, are we carrying around data breaches waiting to happen? Charles Talks with Michael Covington of Wandera.