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  • 00:30

    Air Mobility Insurance Considerations

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    In this episode, we'll talk with aviation insurance expert Terry Miller from Transport Risk Managment Inc. The conversation will focus on some of the considerations for Urban Air Mobility aka flying cars, boats, bikes, and everything in-between be for end-users and operators.

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    Scott Schober, Cyber Security Expert, Talks Voting Machines, T-Mobile Data Breac

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    Both Segments: Scott Schober. President/CEO, Author of Hacked Again, Cybersecurity expert
    Scott N. Schober is the President and CEO of Berkeley Varitronics Systems (BVS), a forty-year-old New Jersey-based privately held company and leading provider of advanced, world-class wireless test and security solutions. Schober also invented BVS’s cell phone detection tools, used to enforce a “no cell phone policy” in prisons and secure government facilities. Scott is a highly sought-after subject expert on the topic of cybersecurity.
    https://youtu.be/K4cCiDpt8FQ
    Today's Topics Include:
    Voting machine maker claims vote machine hack-fests a 'green light' for foreign hackers https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/08/28/voting_machine_hacking/
    Wireless Infusion Pumps Could Increase Cybersecurity Vulnerability https://healthitsecurity.com/news/wireless-infusion-pumps-could-increase-cybersecurity-vulnerability
    OTHER updates:
    The other week I had the privilege of conducting a cybercrime video interview of a Cyber Shark- Robert Herjavec.  Robert is the CEO of Herjavec Group which is a top cyber security company and ranked #1 on the Cybersecurity 500 List for 2018.    The 30 minute interview will appear exclusively on www.cybersecurityventures.com in another week or so. 

  • 00:51

    GSMC Technology Podcast Episode 93: Uber, OpenAI, Google's Duo App

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    On this episode of theGSMC Technology Podcast host Tom Dougherty discusses news from Uber as Toyota has invested $500M into their self driving car research, he also talks OpenAI and Google's Duo App. OpenAI is an artificial intelligence group started by Elon Musk. Five bots from OpenAI were put against Dota 2 gamers at the international tournament and the results were encouraging. While the bots did lose the match, it is amazing that an AI device can opperate such a complex and free moving game style. Dota 2 is similar to Fortnite: Battle Royale as the are both Muliplayer Online Battle Arena games or MOBAs. Tom also talks about the expation of Google's Duo video chat app to the tablet platform. 
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  • 00:34

    The Coolest Hacks of 2016

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    In past years, security researchers have discovered ways to hack cars, medical devices, automated teller machines, and many other targets. Dark Reading editors discuss some of the most unusual and creative ways that researchers have uncovered in 2016, and what these new vulnerabilities might mean for the coming year.

  • 01:01

    Free At Last, TN Co-op Dives Into Broadband

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    Last year, the Tennessee governor and legislature freed co-ops of restrictions on delivering broadband to its members. Last month, the first co-op out of the gate announced its partnership with a local ISP to provide gigabit service to its members.
    Smart grid, public safety, and consumer and business services are some of the benefits middle Tennesseans will reap from the partnership. Chris Jones, President and CEO of Middle Tennessee Electric Member Corporation, William Bradford, president and CEO of United Communications and Fire Lieutenant Fritz Haimberger of the Peytonsville Volunteer Fire Department lay out the details. 
    There are several important lessons that co-ops nationwide as well as municipalities can learn from our guests. 
    Craig Settles hosts Gigabit Nation. He also assists communities with the business and marketing planning of their broadband networks.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

  • 00:17

    Larry speaks with Donna Rice Hughes of Enough is Enough

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    Larry Magid and Donna Rice Hughes discuss on public wi-fi, fake news, and how the incoming administration can approach online safety.

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  • 02:02

    Intel Chip Chat Network Insights - 5G World London 2018 - DAY TWO

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    It's Chip Chat: Network Insights coming to you from 5G World London, 2018. Host Allyson Klein interviews luminaries from the Network world, always keeping you up to date on the latest happenings and announcements.
    Intel® Chip Chat: Network Insights is a recurring podcast series that delves into the technologies, topics and issues facing the networking industry. These informal, one-on-one interviews with industry experts examine the network transformation taking place through the adoption of software defined networking and network functions virtualization across telecommunication & enterprise organizations.

  • 00:16

    PODCAST: Mariann Yeager, CEO of The Sequoia Project

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    In the following RosettaHealth podcast interview, Mariann Yeager, CEO of The Sequoia Project, discusses her organization’s role in advancing interoperability, patient matching strategies, and the future of health data exchange.

  • 00:15

    The Economic Revolution we call CryptoCurrencies. Altcoins and More!!

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    Good ole Q & A with two dudes. Hope you enjoy the discussion on Crypto and where we think it is going and why. 
    Cheers. 

  • 00:51

    How To Mitigate The Risks Of A Cyber Attack With Endpoint Security

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    Hello, and welcome to our podcast.  As we know, the Cyber Security threat landscape is an ever changing one, and constantly grows deadlier on a daily basis.  The Cyber attacker has many ways in order to penetrate the IT Infrastructure of any business or corporation.  The misconception is that the primary point of entry is in the middle of the network communications line between a remote access computer and an On Premises Server.
    But, the Cyber attacker of today is now shifting their target mode to the end points of your IT Infrastructure – such as the physical connection to your corporate servers and workstations.  Many organizations neglect this weak spot, as they are still heavily focused upon securing that line of communications, so that no confidential information falls into the hand of a malicious third party.
    In this podcast, we have both the honor and the privilege of speaking with Mr. Vincent Weafer, the Chief Operating Officer and the Chief Technology Officer of TriagingX, a leading Cyber security firm based out of Silicon Valley.  They have a unique product line which is aimed at specifically protecting the critical IT endpoints at your business.
    Dial in to find how you can fortify the lines of defense with the solutions of TriagingX!

  • 00:08

    Apple Watch's Heart-Monitoring Sparks Health Debate

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    Apple's smartwatch added heart-monitoring and fall-detection applications that could help detect medical conditions but also trigger false alarms. The Wall Street Journal's Tripp Mickle has more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices