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Best Cyberspace podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Cyberspace podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Power Problems is a bi-weekly podcast from the Cato Institute. Hosts Trevor Thrall and Emma Ashford offer a skeptical take on U.S. foreign policy, and discuss today’s big questions in international security with distinguished guests from across the political spectrum. Podcast Hashtag: #FPPowerProblems. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Second Life is a 3D virtual world entirely created by its Residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by millions of members from around the globe. This podcast features: (1) insightful interviews with Linden Lab staff, (2) Video Tutorials by Torley which teach you how to use SL in a fun and fast fashion, and (3) selected machinima works by community creators. You can join us @ secondlife.com
 
Howard Rheingold, Stanford and Berkeley professor, author of The Virtual Community and Smart Mobs ,shows us how and why he uses online social media in his personal and professional life -- blogs, rss, wikis, forums, Twitter, chat, social bookmarking, virtual worlds, instant messaging -- and what that means. He also interviews thinkers, educators, and communicators, and offers glimpses of his offline life -- his painting, gardening, sculpture.
 
Flux is a podcast about the pioneers building companies at the frontier of technology. This series of interviews goes beyond the soundbites, allowing some of the most interesting players in technology to share their insider expertise and explain the challenges they face in building the future. Hosted by Alice Lloyd George.
 
A selection of seminars and special lectures on wide-ranging topics relating to practical ethics. The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics was established in 2002 with the support of the Uehiro Foundation on Ethics and Education of Japan. It is an integral part of the philosophy faculty of Oxford University, one of the great centres of academic excellence in philosophical ethics.
 
A show dedicated to watching, reviewing, and bickering over the movies/tv shows that time forgot. Whether they're blockbusters that fell off the face of the Earth, or features that never quite made first contact, it's all fair game! Hosted by video editor/content creator Nicholas Abouhamad and joined by his childhood best friend Michael Capurso, as well as another long time friend and collaborator Raekwon Davis. Send your episode recommendations to @themediaobscura on Twitter/Instagram!
 
Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechanics. CBC Radio writes, "You may n ...
 
Azeem Azhar, curator of Exponential View, goes deep and insightful in conversation with leading thinkers about how technology is driving exponential change in our business models, political economy and society. You can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Google Play or wherever you go to get your podcasts.
 
Atlantic Flight 702 has disappeared mid-flight between London and New York with 256 passengers on board. Kaitlin Le (Kelly Marie Tran), a college student whose twin brother vanished with the flight, is determined to uncover the truth. Passenger List is a mystery thriller podcast from PRX’s Radiotopia.
 
Join two New York losers while they get INCREDIBLY GRANULAR with a HUGE amount of BED WED DEADS. Joshua Didriksen, he's the cartoon comic book nerd dark bedroom guy, Gabi Keizer, shes the Sex and the City, Gilmore Girls spin class girl. Together? They hack and slash their way through dozens, no hundreds, NO THOUSANDS of BED WED DEADS. And you get to be along for the ride. Have suggestions? Have BWDs? Send us an email at ttqpodcast@gmail.com And follow us on TWITTER @TTQ_Podcast NSFW <3
 
RealClear Podcasts go behind the headlines covering the most interesting topics and news of the day. From the president’s first 100 days to an in-depth look at the administrative state, listeners can count on RealClear’s Washington Bureau to start the smartest conversations on the issues that matter most.
 
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This episode was recorded during the beginning stages of COVID-19 so the dates and events referenced may have changed. Check the specific event website for the most up to date information. Stay safe out there while defending the universe! In this episode, Christian & Shawn live-streamed their discussion of Power Rangers Beast Morphers season 2 epis…
 
This One's For Butt DiseaseHappy 50 Episodes TTQ Faithful! https://www.huffpost.com/entry/rachael-ray-defends-fhm-s_n_171132Follow us on Twitter @sweetsteppers for updates on the show.RATE, REVIEW, and subscribe on Itunes, or send us a question,comment or FMK at ttqpodcast@gmail.comTheme MusicOriginal Song by Daniel Nestman and The ScrivenersLicens…
 
Unpatched and beyond-end-of-life systems are (again) at risk. Conti ransomware appears to be steadily displacing its ancestor Ryuk in criminal markets. Are privacy laws as consumer friendly as they’re often taken to be? There may be some grounds for doubt. German security services warn of the espionage potential of Chinese companies’ data collectio…
 
As China gains more and more influence on the global stage, the big question is what it intends to achieve with this new status. In this second episode of our miniseries on China, Alice Ekman and Florence Gaub discuss how China has moved from quietist diplomacy to expansive geopolitical ambition, and what this could mean for the rest of the world.…
 
Facebook takes down more coordinated inauthenticity. Preinstalled malware is found in discount phones available under the FCC’s Lifeline program. The Evilnum APT continues its attacks against fintech platforms and services. Joker Android malware adapts and overcomes its way back into the Play store. FreddieMac discloses a third-party databreach. Jo…
 
In our 232nd regular episode of Metagamers Anonymous, we discuss our recent AP Showcase and our experience with Scum and Villainy. We talk about narrative system mechanics, teamwork, storytelling versus roleplaying, and more. Metagamers Anonymous is a podcast dedicated to tabletop roleplaying games and (mostly) related material. To join the convers…
 
Melanie, Zack, and Chris unpack why the United States has failed to contain the novel coronavirus. Most blame poor leadership in the United States — from the White House to public health officials and down to key figures in the media during the earliest stages of the disease. A more focused effort, sooner, as was implemented in many other developed…
 
The Natanz blast looks like traditional sabotage. CISA releases its strategy for securing industrial control systems. Authorities in Germany seize DDoSecrets’ server pursuant to a US request. Microsoft takes down COVID-19-themed BEC and phishing infrastructure. FBI Director denounces China’s cyberespionage. Joe Carrigan helps review personal privac…
 
CSIS senior adviser Suzanne Spaulding hosted the discussion on how the pandemic and global responses will impact democracy, privacy, and trust in government across the world. The panelists were Ms. Camille Stewart Esq. (New America), Dr. Lainie Rutkow (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health) and Dr. Susanna Campbell (American University). …
 
Explosions at Iranian nuclear sites remain unexplained, but look increasingly like conventional sabotage as opposed to cyberattacks. The Cosmic Lynx gang sets a high bar for business email compromise. The Purple Fox exploit kit gets an upgrade. Ben Yelin describes a 5th amendment compelled decryption case that may be headed to the Supreme Court. Ou…
 
An Iranian nuclear installation may have been hacked. Or maybe not, but in any case it was damaged. Huawei gets more skeptical looks. European police round up hundreds of online contraband dealers. Thomas Etheridge from CrowdStrike on the increased need for speed, scale, and remote investigative and recovery services. Our guest is Tobias Whitney fr…
 
Team Obscura (and Thera) talk about the early 90's Nicktoon staple, Ren and Stimpy! They also overshare about their family trees and Nick talks about how popular he is with crows/how problematic John Kricfalusi is. Check out some of our other vintage and strange movie/television discussions at https://themediaobscura.com/…
 
CEO Matt Devost, describes many firsts in his career, including hacking into systems on an aircraft carrier at sea. He shares how he enjoys solving hard problems and the red teamer perspective, and how he was able to translate those into a career. For those interested in cybersecurity, Matt advises opportunities for self-directed learning including…
 
China not only has a vision for a different world order, it also has a vision for deploying different diplomatic practices. In this first episode of our mini-series on China, EUISS Senior Analyst Alice Ekman discusses the distinctive methods of Chinese diplomacy with Deputy Director Florence Gaub, explains why these are a challenge for the EU, and …
 
Evil Corp seems to have been shuffling through some newspaper sites. Don’t take the gangs’ communiqués at face value, but some appear to be trolling for unprotected MongoDB databases. A look at Taurus, an information-stealer being sold in criminal-to-criminal markets. Chinese law and online security. The EARN-IT Act is being debated. Justin Harvey …
 
EvilQuest ransomware found in pirated versions of Little Snitch app. Out-of-band patches from Microsoft and Oracle. Extensive Chinese surveillance of Uighurs described. Hong Kong and the world react to China’s new National Security Law. The US FCC finds both Huawei and ZTE are threats to national security. Joe Carrigan on password stealers that tar…
 
Host Beverly Kirk moderated the discussion on how and why this pandemic might change how the United States approaches its foreign policy, relations with allies and competitors. The panelists were Dr. Jennifer Bouey (RAND), Dr. Mira Rapp-Hooper (Stephen A. Schwarzman Senior Fellow for Asia Studies, Council on Foreign Relations), and Dr. Kori Schake …
 
NSA and CISA agree: take Palo Alto’s advisory about its PAN-OS operating system seriously. StrongPity is back and active against targets in Turkey and Syria. A big Bitcoin scam is using spoofed news outlets and bogus celebrity endorsements to lure victims. A large trove of PII has appeared in the dark web. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS on whether or not …
 
In the second of a three-part series, Emma Ashford and Trevor Thrall explore what international relations might look like after coronavirus. Today’s guest is Dan Drezner, a professor at Tufts University, who joins them to talk about global economic relations. Daniel Drezner bio: https://fletcher.tufts.edu/people/daniel-drezner Daniel Drezner, “Ther…
 
The University of California San Francisco pays Netwalker extortionists nearly a million and a half to recover its data. A Kashmir utility restores business systems after last week’s cyberattack. The website defacements in Ethiopia continue to look more like hacktivism than state-sponsored activity. Our own Rick Howard talks about wrapping up his f…
 
This week, to celebrate the recently passed Joel Schumacher, Team Obscura checks out and discusses 1997's "Batman and Robin," a colorful box office bomb with a cast that features George Clooney, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Uma Thurman. While hated at the time, this movie has found a bit of a cult following over the years and is honestly a lot of fun…
 
Vice President of Marketing, Kathleen Booth, shares her career path from political science and international development to marketing for a cybersecurity company. Early dreams of acting morphed into goals of making the world a better place. Chief marketer and podcaster Kathleen is doing just that. She shares how proving your worth can lead to succe…
 
This is an extended interview of our conversation with Camille Stewart and Lauren Zabierek originally aired in our daily podcast 06/26/2020. In response to anti-black racism and the deaths of countless black people, the country and the world are standing up against systemic racism in response. Many in the cybersecurity community have been searching…
 
Microsoft urges Exchange server patching. Sure it does your taxes, but it’s got another agenda, too: the GoldenSpy backdoor may be in your tax software if you do business in China. Magecart ups its game. DDoSecrets says they’re not going to roll over for Twitter’s “Nixonian” schtick. Camille Stewart from Google and Lauren Zabierek from Harvard’s Be…
 
Akamai’s report on the record-setting DDoS attack it stopped this week. Glupteba GLOOP-tib-yeh and Lucifer malware strains described. Apple and Google move their defaults in the direction of greater privacy. The US designates Huawei and Hikvision as controlled by China’s military. A superseding indictment in Julian Assange’s case. The EU looks at G…
 
*Welcome to TTQ, Bits this week include*Hello and welcome to Cuba Junior's OJ's American Crime Story Remix: This Ones for Quibi, a new quibi Short Show with Snow Dog's lead and re imagined actor/brand Cuba Junior. I'm looking to make tens of hundreds of dollars on this so pay attention: dentures with wifi. JJ the Wildman Eats Moths, and you'll neve…
 
Host Beverly Kirk moderated a virtual Smart Women, Smart Power event with Jen Klein and Rakeen Mabud of TIME’S UP and Rachel Vogelstein of the Council on Foreign Relations. The group discussed how women are disproportionately affected by Covid-19, and how response efforts and policies need to incorporate a whole of society approach. This event was …
 
The Cato Institute's Emma Ashford joins Melanie and Zack to discuss her recent article on how to "Build a Better Blob." They debate whether the foreign policy community is hostile to non-mainstream thinking, or just to non-experts. Emma outlines why the foreign policy community needs to embrace many forms of diversity (and why we all need to wear f…
 
Twitter permanently suspends DDoSecrets for violating its policy with respect to hacked material. DDoSecrets explains its thinking with respect to BlueLeaks. A quick look at a Hidden Cobra hunt. Sino-Australian dispute over hacking may be moving into a trade war phase. Lessons on election management. What do cybercriminals watch when they binge-wat…
 
International conflicts and disputes are attended by hacking in South Asia, Australia, and Africa. The US designates four Chinese media outlets as foreign missions, that is, propaganda outfits. Sodinokibi ransomware sniffs at paycard and point-of-sale systems. Ben Yelin on TSA’s facial recognition program. Cybersecurity Canon Week continues with ou…
 
BlueLeaks dumps stolen police files online. A report of spyware delivered via network injection. COVID-19 apps and databases are reported to have indifferent privacy safeguards, and there’s been one big recent leak. India and Australia both on alert for Chinese cyberattacks. Our own Rick Howard on intelligence operations. It’s cybersecurity Canon W…
 
Woah! Team Obscura is chatting about the OTHER Bill and Ted TV adaptation to celebrate the trailer to Bill and Ted Face the Music! Todays episode is on the very short-lived 1992 sitcom adaptation of the 1991 Saturday cartoon adaptation of the first Bill and Ted movie, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure. It features none of the movie's cast, has lit…
 
Johannes Ullrich relays his experiences from studying the hard sciences to his career shift to cybersecurity. Basic principles, superhero origin stories, physics labs and radiation all figure in. And there’s a lot in common with network security best practices. Have a listen to what Johannes has learned and what he hopes to impart on his students. …
 
Slack is a cloud-based messaging platform that is commonly used in workplace communications. Slack Incoming Webhooks allow you to post messages from your applications to Slack. Generally, Slack webhooks are considered a low risk integration. A deeper dive into webhooks shows that this is not entirely accurate. Joining us in this week's Research Sat…
 
A look at the “state-based cyber actor” the Australian government is concerned about. Some signs of Chinese retaliation for Five Eyes’ skepticism of Huawei. Johannes Ullrich explains malware triggering multiple signatures in anti-malware products. Our guest is Geoff White, author of Crime Dot Com, on how he tracked down the creator of the Love Bug.…
 
In our 231st regular episode of Metagamers Anonymous, we discuss our premiere episode of the AP Showcase and our experience with Numenera. We talk about character backdropping, improvisation, creative combat maneuvers, and more. Metagamers Anonymous is a podcast dedicated to tabletop roleplaying games and (mostly) related material. To join the conv…
 
Recording of the New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar on surrogate decision-making after severe brain injury. Patients with ‘covert awareness’ may continue to have values and an authentic sense of self, which may differ from their past values and wishes, despite lacking decision-making capacity in the present. Accordingly, surrogate decision-makers …
 
This one is long. Its long as hell. We trip on our dicks like six times. Gab thinks Ian McKellen played Dumbledore AND Gandalf. Josh doesn't know which states are in the tristate area. Please listen to our dumb stupid podcast, its all we got. Please Mister! I aint gonna make it till pay day! Thanks to Karen for sending in a question. Thanks to my a…
 
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