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A podcast for aviation enthusiasts, including all things related to aviation, from news, to interviews, to history. Intro music credit goes to Purple Planet Music: https://www.purple-planet.com/tracks/passport
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Welcome to the Airbus Podcast, 'We Make It Fly'. Here you will find conversations on everything Airbus - what the company is currently up to across its several divisions, its plans for an innovative & sustainable future, and a view of its prestigious past. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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AIRzaehlungen

Michael Csoklich, Kurt Hofmann

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Lets talk about aviation! The new aviation podcast from two aviation experts for geeks, professionals and anyone who looks up at the sky when an airplane flies overhead. Listen in when Michael Csoklich and Kurt Hofmann talk about aviation news and new developments. Twice a month, always on location and sometimes with special guests. Don't miss an episode and stay tuned if you want to know more about the background in aviation. (Photo: ©Christian Jungwirth, Vocal: Stephan Pokorny))
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Looking Outside is for curious business leaders looking for a fresh take on familiar topics. Each episode is a conversation with an influential and original thinker, diving into well known areas in a new way. Hosted by Jo Lepore, business innovator and human-centric futurist.
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Want to keep up to date with Montreal news? Metropolis is a bi-weekly talk show where host, Kalden Dhatsenpa, is joined by a wide variety of guests who have unique perspectives on Montréal's politics and movements. Metropolis is a proud production of CUTV
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Shephard Studio’s Revolutions in Vertical Flight looks at the history of the helicopter and tiltrotor, discovering the key individuals and revolutionary moments that created the rotorcraft industry that we know today. And we take a look to the future, consider how next-generation rotorcraft will shape the future battlespace, and hear how the innovation underway today will enable the urban air mobility of tomorrow.
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McGill Professor Karl Moore takes you inside his CEO class that is an integral part of the McGill MBA experience. Each week, some of Canada's top leaders spend an hour with Karl discussing their paths to success, insights into the latest business trends, their advice to budding entrepreneurs, their work/life balance and more.
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Welcome to The Helicopter Podcast, with your host Halsey Schider!This podcast is for helicopter pilots, maintainers, and enthusiasts! Whether you've been in the industry for 30 years or are just someone that loves helicopters, this podcast is for you! The podcasts will feature guests from a wide array of industry sectors to have casual conversation, answer questions, give sound advice, and talk shop. Finally, a podcast produced by helicopter professionals for all types of helicopter people!
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Now in its fourth season, The DevLab Podcast (brought to you by hackajob) is a deep dive into the lives, tips and tricks of the world's best developers working in the UK and US' best tech companies. So if you're an engineer or someone with an interest in tech, get ready to level up in your skills, knowledge and career. Every week we’ll invite experts to share their journeys and provide you with technical know-how, new skills, and career insights.
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Welcome to the Parrhesia Tapes, a podcast about whistleblowers and whistleblowing. Each episode shines a spotlight on a whistleblower's untold story, unravelling the secrets that demand attention and change across various sectors and institutions in the UK. Our whistleblowers are accompanied by experts in the field, providing insightful explorations into the realms of transparency and accountability. Every story deserves to be heard - and we're here to amplify its voice
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If you’re looking for advice and information on enterprise security solutions, look no further than Enterprise Security Weekly! We give you an “insider” perspective into security vendors, including coverage on new product announcements, integrations, funding, M&A, and more! Adrian, Tyler, Katie, and Sean have unique perspectives on the enterprise security landscape. All four hosts are former analysts. Adrian has been a consultant, practitioner, founder, and runs Security Weekly Labs. Tyler h ...
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A Federal Security & Compliance career is a very rewarding career - we get the honor and privilege of protecting some of the most guarded assets of our great country. However, it doesn’t come without a cost. We often take the brunt of the beating when it comes to the regulations that are impeding innovation. Join federal security professional Max Aulakh as he distills the challenges facing our career field, pulling back the curtain on culture, emerging technical knowledge, ATOs, CMMC and var ...
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In this series, Mike McLean will be having a short chat with members of the Aviation Community. He'll be asking them how and why they got into aviation, what or who inspired them to look to the skys and what they would say to any young people thinking of a career in this sector. The people he'll be talking with come from a wide range of backgrounds and have a variety of stories to tell The Short Circuit podcast is sponsored by Swift Aircraft. Swift Aircraft is a new British Aircraft company ...
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Cargo Facts Connect addresses all things freighters and aircraft. Connect delves into what's new in freighter transactions, belly capacity trends, conversion activity and aircraft finance. Brought to you by Cargo Facts, long the industry's leading information resource on freighter aircraft, Cargo Facts Connect gets you inside the freighter business. Cargo Facts has been the newsletter of record of the air cargo and freighter aircraft industries for over 40 years. Cargo Facts, published by Ro ...
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The Innovation Roundtable® Insights Podcast features interviews with leading corporate executives and professors in the innovation landscape. Our aim is to delve deep into innovation issues, ask the hard questions and illuminate perspective in key areas, such as innovation culture, emerging tech, digital transformation, and more.
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We’re amplifying the important stories of practitioners and leaders within People, Performance and Culture who are passionate about making a difference and courageously delivering better experiences for humans at work. We’re speaking with thought-leaders, firestarters and changemakers inspiring others to be bold and realise that they too can make an impact if they are willing to take action.
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We love relaxing to the interior sounds of planes in flight. When we are not traveling we play these to sleep, relax, or to just help our minds take flight and get away for metaphysical vacation. We source the best recordings and can often be found with our mics out and making new tracks as we rack up the frequent flyer points. Headphones on or off these tracks sound great either way. If you are looking for a particular plane, let us know and we will make sure to get it recorded. Buckle up, ...
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Power Nap

Quiet. Please

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Power Naps have been proven to help you get the rest and energy you need and get back on track. In as little as 20 minutes, the Power Nap podcast can help get you in and out of sleep quickly - easily and (best of all) naturally. Our unique isochronic tones have been shown to help people easily enter a sleep state and bring you back to being fully awake, refreshed, and ready to take on the rest of your day. So forget the coffee and, take a power nap podcast instead. We have power naps in a va ...
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This episode is brought to you interruption-free by Airbus Helicopters! In this in-person episode of The Helicopter Podcast, recorded live at HAI Heli-Expo 2024, host Halsey Schider speaks with Bruno Even, CEO of Airbus Helicopters. In addition to sharing insights into his past, Even talks through the current projects, priorities, and successes of …
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Airbus is making steady progress in the industrialization phase of its new A350F program as components come together and test rigs take shape. “We’re sorting through and finalizing the processes for assembly ready for next year, into final assembly and then first flight,” Airbus Head of Freighter Marketing Crawford Hamilton tells Cargo Facts in thi…
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Steph Smith is a Licensed B1 Aircraft Engineer for AIrbus embedded at the Royal Air Force Brize Norton. She's also a #stemambassador , private pilot and total aviation enthusiast. #inspiringstories #inspiringaviation #aviation #flying #stem #steam #avgeeks #friendship #swiftaircraft #RAF #steam #theshortcircuit #avgeek #apprenticeship #apprenticesh…
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On today's very special episode of Metropolis, we are bringing you a candid conversation with Dru Oja Jay and our host Kalden Dhatsenpa about a flurry of Montreal news. Join us to hear about the recent airbus strike, Valérie Plante's concerns with the lack of public transit budget, and why real estate developers in Montreal are getting a break?Make…
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his week we will cover Japan Airlines steering away from Boeing narrowbody exclusivity with an Airbus order, Korean air placing an order for some A350s, the FAA switching Newark air traffic to Philadelphia, and a Delta pilot showing up to his flight drunk! If you like this episode, make sure to check out more and support my podcast by following it!…
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In the enterprise security news, Lots of funding news, including: - Nozomi Networks Raises $100 Million to Expand Industrial Cybersecurity Business - BigID Raises $60 Million at $1 Billion Valuation - J.P. Morgan Growth Leads $39 Million Investment in Eye Security - CyberSaint raises $21 million to accelerate market expansion Zscaler Acquires Avalo…
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Pioneering the Cyber Battlefield: A Deep Dive with Winn Schwartau, Cybersecurity Luminary Get ready for an extraordinary episode as we sit down with Winn Schwartau, a true pioneer and luminary in the world of cybersecurity. Winn's impact on the field is nothing short of legendary, and in this podcast interview, we uncover the profound insights and …
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Welcome to The Helicopter Podcast, brought to you by Vertical Helicasts! In this Vertical Helicasts Mash-Up episodes with Jon Gray from The Helicopter Podcast and Jason Quinn from the Real ResQ Podcast, the group introduces the newest Vertical host, Val Medved, who will be hosting the new Vertical MRO Podcast—the first episode drops today. The Vert…
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Version 4.0 of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) puts greater emphasis on application security than did previous versions of the standard. It also adds a new “customized approach” option that allows merchants and other entities to come up with their own ways to comply with requirements, and which also has implications for a…
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Embarking on a transformative journey through the digital corridors of Social Security Scotland, we've sat down with an extraordinary team whose personal stories are as compelling as the work they do. Shahbaz, Anna, Craig, and Roy, each with a unique narrative and shared mission, have opened up about the crossroads of technology and public service,…
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With tensions flaring between Israel and Iran, Qantas has paused its non-stop Perth–London services, adding a new stop in Singapore on the northbound journey. Given the difficulties of avoiding Iranian airspace between Perth and London while staying within the safe range of a 787-9 Dreamliner, is the Flying Kangaroo hurting for the lack of its new …
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A Rust advisory highlights the perils of parsing and problems of inconsistent approaches, D-Link (sort of) deals with end of life hardware, CSRB recommends practices and processes for Microsoft, Chrome’s V8 Sandbox increases defense, and more! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw-281
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There are as many paths into infosec as there are disciplines within infosec to specialize in. Karan Dwivedi talks about the recent book he and co-author Raaghav Srinivasan wrote about security engineering. There's an appealing future to security taking on engineering roles and creating solutions to problems that orgs face. We talk about the breadt…
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In the leadership and communications section, Navigating Legal Challenges of Generative AI for the Board, Winds of Warning? SEC Charges Threaten to Disrupt Role of CISO, 6 Common Leadership Styles — and How to Decide Which to Use When, and more! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw-346
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Startup founders dream of success, but it's much harder than it looks. As a former founder, I know the challenges of cultivating an idea, establishing product market fit, growing revenue, and finding the right exit. Trust me, it doesn't always end well. In this interview, we welcome Seth Spergel, Managing Partner at Merlin Ventures, to discuss how …
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Max Aulakh and Uliya Sparks, an ISSM at SAF Mission Partners Environment, discuss the potential of AI in federal compliance. They explore ISSMs' challenges, including managing multiple systems and navigating complex policies like NIST and FedRAMP. Uliya highlights the slow adoption of AI due to concerns about data sensitivity and job displacement, …
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This week, Tyler and Adrian discuss Cyera's $300M Series C, which lands them a $1.4B valuation! But is that still a unicorn? Aileen Lee of Cowboy Ventures, who coined the term back in 2013, recently wrote a piece celebrating the 10th anniversary of the term, and revisiting what it means. We HIGHLY recommend checking it out: https://www.cowboy.vc/ne…
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This week, Tyler and Adrian discuss Cyera's $300M Series C, which lands them a $1.4B valuation! But is that still a unicorn? Aileen Lee of Cowboy Ventures, who coined the term back in 2013, recently wrote a piece celebrating the 10th anniversary of the term, and revisiting what it means. We HIGHLY recommend checking it out: https://www.cowboy.vc/ne…
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Ahoi new VM attacks ahead! HTTP/2 floods, USB Hid and run, forwarded email tricks, attackers be scanning, a bunch of nerds write software and give it away for free, your TV is on the Internet, Rust library issue, D-Link strikes again, EV charging station vulnerabilities, and rendering all cybersecurity useless. Show Notes: https://securityweekly.co…
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In the days when Mirai emerged and took down DynDNS, along with what seemed like half the Internet, DDoS was as active a topic in the headlines as it was behind the scenes (check out Andy Greenberg's amazing story on Mirai on Wired). We don't hear about DDoS attacks as much anymore. What happened? Well, they didn't go away. DDoS attacks are a more …
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In the days when Mirai emerged and took down DynDNS, along with what seemed like half the Internet, DDoS was as active a topic in the headlines as it was behind the scenes (check out Andy Greenberg's amazing story on Mirai on Wired). We don't hear about DDoS attacks as much anymore. What happened? Well, they didn't go away. DDoS attacks are a more …
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Dr Geoff Coxon, Medicinal Chemist, discusses theSkylab , the International Ayr Show - Festival of Flight and how overcoming a lack of confidence enabled his creativity to have a career in STEM. #inspiringstories #stemeducation #aviation #flying #steam #avgeeks #inspiringaviation #swiftaircraft #aerospace #aerospaceengineering #stem @glasgowprestwic…
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Rocketeer and STEM/STEAM advocate Ben Jarvis discusses his activities and experiences in building rockets, launching small satellites and getting young people of all flavours involved in aerospace. #inspiringstories #stemeducation #aviation #flying #steam #avgeeks #inspiringaviation #swiftaircraft #rockets #neurodivergent #aerospace #aerospaceengin…
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Qantas has unveiled a massive shake-up to its frequent flyer program, adding 20 million new seats per year. The “Classic Plus” seats will cost more than the existing 5 million annual “Classic Rewards” seats, but will be more reliably available to passengers looking to spend their hard-earned frequent flyer points. Adam and Jake discuss the pros and…
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OWASP leaks resumes, defining different types of prompt injection, a secure design example in device-bound sessions, turning an ASVS requirement into practice, Ivanti has its 2000s-era Microsoft moment, HTTP/2 CONTINUATION flood, and more! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw-280
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Join host Halsey Schider in a special edition of The Helicopter Podcast as he sits down with Sparrow Tang, the owner of Cascade Helicopter Services and Advanced Helicopter Services. Recorded live at this year's HAI Heli-Expo, Tang shares his remarkable journey from helicopter mechanic to successful business owner. In a candid discussion, they delve…
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We look into the supply chain saga of the XZ Utils backdoor. It's a wild story of a carefully planned long con to add malicious code to a commonly used package that many SSH connections rely on. It hits themes from social engineering and abuse of trust to obscuring the changes and suppressing warnings. It also has a few lessons about software devel…
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