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This is Connected Nation – an award-winning podcast focused on all things broadband. From closing the Digital Divide to simply improving your internet speeds, we talk technology topics that impact all of us, our families, and our communities. Learn more about the national nonprofit behind this podcast at connectednation.org.
 
Listen to CT Expert Insights for advice, tips, and tools to help start, run, and grow your business no matter the location. Topics covered in this series include strategy, incorporation, business licenses, compliance, and much more. We also feature interviews with business thought leaders & industry experts.
 
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Cyber Ways Podcast

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Cyber Ways Podcast

Tom Stafford, Craig Van Slyke

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The Cyber Ways Podcast brings academic cyber security research into the "real world." We interview top academic researchers to find how their research can be put into practice by cyber security professionals. Our focus is on behavioral aspects of cyber security. Occasionally, we touch on related topics, such as information privacy and surveillance.Each episode discusses one published, peer-reviewed article to reveal the practical implications of the research. Your hosts, Tom Stafford and Cra ...
 
Field Days is hosted by Chris Gautz, the department's spokesperson and Greg Straub, administrative assistant to the FOA deputy director, as well as on occasion by Noah Nagy, Warden at Lakeland Correctional Facility, who, along with Greg, started the podcast and were Golden Post Award nominees as hosts. You can find episodes of Field Days on your Apple device using the iTunes podcast app by searching for “Field Days”. The podcast is also available on the SoundCloud app which can be downloaded ...
 
What does the future hold for our working lives? This album explores the ways in which organisations are changing; the breaking down of traditional hierarchical structures, the increasing emphasis on self-management, customer-orientated teams, the use of technology to enable more remote working and the blurring of boundaries between organisations, as they form partnerships with each other. It also asks how these changes will affect the way managers will work in the future. This material form ...
 
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Greg and Chris celebrate the 200th episode of Field Days Podcast with former host, G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility Warden Noah Nagy. The three discuss the history of the podcast, how it got its name and how it has developed into the podcast we all know today. In this special episode, you will hear from past podcast producers and learn about …
 
Third party logistics providers, or 3PL's, must meet strict compliance requirements, particularly those doing business in the pharmaceutical industry. In this edition, Wolters Kluwer Manager of Content Management Hans Howk explains what the licensing requirements are for 3PL's and which government agencies will be making sure you are in compliance.…
 
This week Chris is joined by Communications Rep Brianna Brugel while Greg was out last week visiting parole and probation offices to celebrate Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week. In this episode Chris and Brianna interview 2021 Corrections Officer of the Year Vikas Vij, a corrections officer at Thumb Correctional Facility. Vij discusse…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we focus on one of the largest organizations in the country that’s advocating for digital inclusion— the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA). The organization just released its first impact report since its founding in 2015. Find what steps it’s taken to narrow the Digital Divide, what success NDIA has se…
 
Business identity theft is growing quickly but protecting yourself before someone tries to attack you, and knowing what to do if they succeed, can save you a lot of money and stress. Andrew La Marca, director of fraud and compliance at Dun & Bradstreet, tells us how bad actors target businesses, how to stay vigilant for these attacks, and what to d…
 
Human trafficking is a huge, growing global problem. Sex trafficking is the most pervasive form of human trafficking. In this episode, we discuss how the Deliver Fund uses information technology to help law enforcement track the traffickers through their P.A.T.H. system. Drs. Giddens and Petter also discuss their research into factors that affect l…
 
After a two-year hiatus, the Field Days podcast returns for a new season! Special guest Director Heidi Washington joins Chris Gautz and Greg Straub for a discussion on what to expect from the MDOC this year. The Director discusses the difference staff across the department are making in this week's episode of Field Days Podcast.…
 
DIYMarketers.com Publisher Ivana Taylor shares her "winflation" mindset that she encourages all business owners to have during this time of inflation. Instead of focusing solely on cutting costs and raising prices, Taylor urges us to listen for other ways our customers wish we could help them and come up with enticing incentives for them to do more…
 
Entrepreneur and speaker Ramon Ray joins us to discuss how employers can attract and keep the best talent at a time when so many businesses are badly understaffed. He also outlines some best practices to make telework good for your productivity and for employee morale. Finally, Ray offers some helpful hints on how to make yourself the best advertis…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, the focus is on the federal “Internet for All” initiative recently launched by the Biden-Harris Administration. We talk with the man who’s been named “Special Representative of Broadband” about what YOUR state and community leaders should be doing NOW to access the billions of dollars in broadband-related fundin…
 
Protecting organizational information systems and information assets is a complex undertaking for both security professionals and end-users. In this episode of Cyber Ways, we discuss behavioral complexity as it relates to end-users' security behaviors with Dr. Clay Posey of Brigham Young University and Dr. Tom Roberts of the University of Texas at …
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we're talking big data and big dollars with Faster Internet Oregon – a group working to ensure that billions of dollars in federal funding for improving internet access and speeds is distributed equitably Learn what the grassroots organization is asking residents, community organizations, and businesses to do AN…
 
Organizational insiders represent the biggest threat to information security. Because of this, controlling insider computer abuse remains an important cyber security priority. In this episode of Cyber Ways, Dr, A.J Burns of Louisiana State University, and Dr. Bryan Fuller of Louisiana Tech University discuss their research into the tensions between…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we talk with leadership at the USDA about the recently launched Rural Partners Network which promises to bring “the federal government [directly] to rural America.” We find out how this approach will work, which remote areas will immediately benefit, and how other small towns across the US can take advantage of …
 
Business licensing can get complicated for insurance businesses, so knowing how to stay compliant is critical. In this edition of "Expert Insights," CT Corporation's Coby Ringgenberg takes us through the importance of insurance firms being properly licensed, the consequences of non-compliance, and how to start and complete the licensing process. Fo…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we talk with the COO of Patriot Broadband – a company with a mission to “bring reliable, fast, affordable, and secure internet connections to underserved rural communities.” The company is fulfilling its goal by asking if YOU want to own the internet and empower your own community. We’ll explore how that could w…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we discuss the "need for speed" when it comes to internet connectivity – specifically how the U-S is doing in comparison to the E-U. The Fair Internet Report has been tracking *international* broadband performance for years. The report’s lead researcher shares when there was a “transformational change” in downlo…
 
Durable medial equipment (DME) providers are among the most heavily-regulated businesses in the nation. Why is that and what do DME business owners need to know about getting licensed, and meeting state and federal requirements for operation? CT Corporation Manager of Content Management Hans Howk walks us through the critical steps of compliance an…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many people, and organizations, into telework, which led to the question of how to properly monitor teleworkers. In this episode of Cyber Ways, we talk with Grant Clary about his research into teleworker surveillance and how different modes of surveillance affect teleworker well-being. Intro audio for the Cyber Ways Pod…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we talk with those behind Accelecom – a company created specifically to manage commercial access to Kentucky’s newly created state-owned, fiber optic network. We ask how the company is helping private and nonprofit organizations tap into the new, high-speed network, why it’s a good business model, and what mista…
 
In this new podcast, members of leading international employment law alliance Innangard address the new challenges employers are faced with, now that teleworking is becoming a new post-pandemic normal.This panel of employment law experts is hosted and chaired by Mathilde Houet-Weil from Weil & Associés in France and features contributions from Paul…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we talk with the President and CMO for Parks Associates - a national market and research consulting firm. Learn how this woman and family-owned firm became one of the most trusted companies in tech research and find out what emerging consumer tech trends leadership sees on the horizon. Related links: Parks Assoc…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we discuss the idea of building an internet for everyone in every corner of the globe. We’ll talk with the man who serves as the regional Vice President for North America for the Internet Society – a nonprofit working to not only extend the internet’s reach but also protect its long-term well-being. Related link…
 
In this podcast special, the UK and Ireland members of leading international employment law alliance Innangard, together with guest attorney Jessica Riggin of California’s Rukin Hyland & Riggin LLP, explore and offer insight into the legal position for employees and employers with regard to the menopause.Chaired by Merrill April, CM Murray (UK), an…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we talk with Dr. Fallon Wilson, who is the co-founder and CEO of Black Tech Futures Research institute. We’ll discuss her work for equal access and representation in tech, media, and telecommunications AND learn more about her prophecies for Black tech in America. Related links: Multicultural Media, Telecom, and…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we explore the important work being done by the Black Churches 4 Broadband Coalition. Learn how the group is working to better connect black communities, what resources each of us can share to help others, AND why the Coalition calls the need for universal broadband "a civil rights issue." Related links: Black C…
 
When it comes to security controls and communications, more may be less. More complex security requirements, increased security communication, and complex security policies may actually lead to less secure end-user behaviors. Why? Security fatigue -- users simply feel worn out by having to deal with information security. In this episode of Cyber Wa…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we take a deep dive with those behind efforts to improve high-speed internet coverage across all areas of Texas – which is not an easy task when you consider how large the Lone Star State is. We’ll discuss what it has taken to develop better broadband coverage data for a whopping 254 counties – we’ll ask why tha…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation we talk with the co-founder and CEO of Eventnoire – a premiere ticketing platform for events that embrace black culture. The company recently won a national startup competition for its innovative work. Learn how the company supports event organizers and business leaders within the black community in a unique way …
 
On this episode of Connected Nation we talk with the Founder and CEO of Core Learning Exchange—a national organization focused on CTE and STEM training. Learn how the company is creating more diverse and equitable online learning models WHILE at the same time pivoting training to respond to major surges in the job market – that make those who finis…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we talk with the Vice President of Connect K12 about the recently released “Report on School Connectivity.” Find out what new data shows us about internet connectivity at America’s schools, what’s now being used as the standard benchmark for districts, and what’s on the line as Connect K-12 focuses on empowering…
 
In this episode of Cyber Ways, Tom and Craig discuss a classic behavioral security paper that explores how users rationalize their purposeful violations of security policy. Listen and learn the six common rationalizations and what security managers can do to reduce their effects. Citation: Siponen, M., & Vance, A. (2010). Neutralization: new insigh…
 
The government will soon be imposing a new beneficial ownership reporting rule as part of the Corporate Transparency Act, which was passed by Congress last year. CT Corporation Publications Attorney Sandra Feldman explains which entities will need to comply with the new rule, what potential exemptions exist, and what information the government is g…
 
Every day we are bombarded with security warnings that all look more-or-less the same. Over time, we tend to tune out these warnings through a process called habituation. In this episode of Cyber Ways, we discuss this problem and how to address it with Dr. Anthony (Tony) Vance of Virginia Tech. Dr. Vance and his colleagues have conducted fascinatin…
 
In this episode of Connected Nation, we talk with leadership from nation’s third largest agricultural co-ops – Land O’Lakes, Inc. Learn why the farmer-owned organization is now taking active steps to close the Digital Divide and how leadership hopes to close digital equity gaps in rural America by partnering with a national nonprofit that works to …
 
Small business expert Gene Marks offers business owners timely advice on how to handle inflation, supply challenges, and labor shortages in the new year. Marks also offers encouraging news on the affordability of AI tools that improve efficiency and will improve the bottom line. And he gives business owners a tip on how to get funds from the Small …
 
Since the start of the pandemic, Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, or SPAC's, have exploded in popularity for businesses and celebrity influencers. But what exactly is a SPAC? What advantages does it have compared to a more traditional initial public offering? What risks should you know about? And how could it impact your business? We get answ…
 
We humans, like all animals, are wired to respond to fear. When a wildebeest senses a lion's presence, they go on alert and flee. Humans react similarly -- fear brings reaction. In this episode of Cyber Ways, we talk with Dr. Dennis Galletta from the Katz School of Business at the University of Pittsburg about his research into how to leverage user…
 
On this episode of Connected Nation, we talk with former Microsoft Executive and Amazon Senior Vice President David Risher. Learn how he plans to reach one billion children with his Worldreader program, why he says readers have better lives overall, and the reason he believes expanding broadband access can positively impact the nation’s literacy ra…
 
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