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The FortiGuard Labs Threat Intelligence Podcast provides highlights and commentary about the ever-evolving cyber threat landscape. Join Fortinet’s top threat experts as they delve into today’s critical cybersecurity topics. FortiGuard Labs is the global threat intelligence and research organization at Fortinet. Its mission is to provide customers the industry’s best threat intelligence to protect them from malicious cyberattacks. Using millions of global network sensors, FortiGuard Labs moni ...
 
The CIO exchange podcast features technology and business leaders from around the world, discussing what's working, what's not, and what's next. Through stories of failure, success, passion, and struggle, we explore the ways in which these tech executives have moved both their companies and their careers forward. Each episode is a conversation focusing on a unique topic intended to provide the insight and perspective needed to help others make progress. This podcast is produced by VMware, a ...
 
A war between cybercriminals and businesses is raging. The global pandemic only served to increase the volume of hacked and breached data. As everyone began working from home everyday resources like mobile phones and IoT devices became targets. In fact, data breaches exposed over 36 billion records in the first half of 2020 alone according to RiskBased.Additionally, recent security research suggests most companies have unprotected data and poor cybersecurity practices in place, making them v ...
 
Don't know your SaaS from a hole in the ground? Can't tell the difference between your whatchamacallit from the thingamabob? Then you need to listen to this radio show! Whether you're technologically terrified, or a pro, this show features information that helps you maximize technology in your daily life and your business! Your host, Debbie Mahler always makes the information easy to understand!
 
Inside IT is the online radio show of Intel IT. The program takes you inside Intel's IT business value strategies and IT best practices including topic areas such as cloud computing, BYOD, mobility, virtualization, data center management, business intelligence, governance, and much more. The show features IT experts within Intel as well as practitioners and thought leaders across the industry.
 
The Intel IT podcast channel is a resource of audio, video and IT whitepaper (PDFs) that enable IT professionals to engage with their peers in the Intel IT organization—and with thousands of other IT professionals—so they can gain insights into the tools, methods, strategies and IT best practices that are proving most successful in addressing today's tough IT challenges. Topics include: IT Best Practices, IT Competitive Advantage, IT Business Value, IT Business Agility, IT Continuity, IT Clo ...
 
Green Living: organic food, green homes, environmental protection, green health, cutting-edge research -- just some of the exciting topics Diane explores. Diane is an Integrative Intuitive Counselor, Author, and Speaker. Her new book, "Intuition for Beginners" will be published April 2013 and she's the author of "Invisible Blueprints" and contributing author to "The Long Way Around" and "Speaking Out." Born and raised in New Orleans, Diane has an A. B. in French from Duke University and did ...
 
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Today we’re talking to David White, the Founder and President of Axio. And we discuss how David found his way into shaping many of today’s cybersecurity best practices. How the digital threat landscape is evolving today, and the importance of constantly reassessing your security strategy for the future. All of this right here, right now, on the Mod…
 
We speak with Relativity's CSO & CIO, Amanda Fennell and the APAC Managing Director, Georgia Foster for an insight into the company and trends in the APAC region. Relativity is on the mission to help organizations organize data, discover the truth, and act on it. This is especially resonant for customers who are dealing with sensitive data, demandi…
 
This episode was recorded live on 09/01/2021Join Derek Manky and Aamir Lakhani for another edition of FortiGuardLIVE as they discuss the latest Global Threat Landscape Report from #FortiGuardLabs, including the latest techniques favored by cybercriminals.Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/bpf6rDBOJ-g…
 
Vodafone's chief network officer, Andrea Donà, said the way to the 5G future is to first make sure you radically simplify and take care of legacy networks and services. Donà says that telcos need to "try and expose some of those inherent inbuilt functions within the network and start exposing them in a standard API interface-able way so that we can…
 
Today we’re talking to Manish Gupta, EVP of Engineering at Coinbase. And we discuss Coinbase’s mission to increase economic freedom in the world. Building the infrastructure to support future innovation in crypto, and exciting future use cases for blockchain. All of this right here, right now, on the ModernCTO Podcast! To learn more about Coinbase,…
 
Light Reading's editors are in the middle of judging the 2021 Leading Lights Awards and this is the third and final episode in a three-part podcast series discussing the Leading Lights finalists. On this podcast, Light Reading's Kelsey Ziser, Fiona Graham and Iain Morris discuss trends they're seeing, what's happening in the awards categories that …
 
A landmark defence and security partnership has been agreed by the leaders of the UK, the United States and Australia which will protect and defend shared interests in the Indo-Pacific. Under the ‘AUKUS’ alliance, the three countries will enhance the development of joint capabilities and technology sharing, as well as foster deeper integration of s…
 
There are definitely reasons to be upbeat about the trajectory of 5G, according to Dario Talmesio, Omdia's research director for service provider strategy and regulation. This is especially true if you consider that "real" 5G – 5G standalone – doesn't exist yet in most places, yet service providers are still growing their topline with 5G services f…
 
New, improved 5G radios and other products are starting to make a difference in service provider deployments, according to Gabriel Brown, Heavy Reading principal analyst covering mobile network infrastructure and technologies. Brown cited the second generation of 5G networking products and the move to use more 5G spectrum in the mid and lower spect…
 
Light Reading's editors are in the middle of judging the 2021 Leading Lights Awards and this is the second in a three-part podcast series discussing the Leading Lights finalists. On this podcast, Light Reading's Phil Harvey, Jeff Baumgartner and Alan Breznick discuss trends they're seeing, what's happening in the awards categories that they're judg…
 
Host Luke McNamara is joined by Eli Fox and Michael Barnhart, both Senior Analysts at Mandiant, to discuss some of their work tracking various North Korean threat clusters. Michael and Eli share their perspectives on the continuously changing landscape of DPRK threat actors, some of the challenges in tracking them, and how information from defector…
 
Anand Shah, director of Technology and Architecture for Verizon, joins the podcast to share insight into industry progress for deploying network slicing, private networks and Open RAN. "[Open RAN] increases your competition and definitely decreases costs for us, so we're all in there whenever we can save some on costs" says Shah. "The more vendors …
 
Stephen Tu, Melina Skouridou and Farooq Khan explain how four forces reshaping finance will likely reduce banks’ revenue from core activities and undermine their role as financial intermediaries. Plus, Alka Anbarasu explains why India’s banks will weather the stress from a COVID-19 resurgence, and Jasper Cooper gives an update on insured hurricane …
 
In this episode of Secrutiny's Magnify Cybersecurity Podcast with Cyber expert, Shane Shook; we discuss the evolution of Malware – through 4th wave. Join us as we delve into the crux of Malware and Botnets as a Service to achieve business and political objectives, and the highs and lows of cyber insurance. Shane Shook has been advising enterprises …
 
Today we’re talking to Hunter Jensen, the CTO at Permission.io. And we discuss how Permission is helping users get paid for the data they give up to advertisers. How partnering with Auth0 has allowed Permission to provide a secure and frictionless experience for their users, and what it takes to create, distribute, and protect a new cryptocurrency.…
 
The goal of the Cisco Rural Broadband Innovation Center is to provide service providers of any size with access to testing the same level of technologies that support broadband access, says Robin Olds, a business development manager for Cisco's Americas Service Provider group, who joined in on the Light Reading podcast with Zeus Kerravala, founder …
 
In this episode, the authors of "The Key Man," Simon Clark and Will Louch, detail how they discovered and exposed the misdeeds of a larger than life business mogul who duped the people and world around him. ACFE Vice President and General Counsel John Warren, J.D., CFE, talks with the Wall Street Journal reporters about the investigation and arrest…
 
Last week's telecom news highlights included a look at the wild valuation ride of social media and messaging platform Discord as it recently rejected a $12 billion takeover bid and then a $500 million funding round. We also review the latest info on 3G network shutdown dates for the big US carriers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
Today we have Brad Sousa, CTO of AVI Systems, hosting Howard Boville, the Head of IBM Hybrid Cloud. And they discuss how to propagate your vision throughout an organization. IBM’s recent innovations in hybrid cloud, and why it’s important to find engineers that not only have the right talent, but also the right attitude for the job. All of this rig…
 
In this episode, we hear from Sam Sanders, founder CEO of Uprise Fiber. Uprise was launched two years ago on the West Coast by a group of telecom industry vets eager to use their expertise to provide communities with a new, better, and more affordable Internet option. We discuss how Uprise addresses typical problems people have with their ISPs, as …
 
Windstream CMO Mike Flannery joins the podcast to discuss why enterprises didn't deploy SD-WAN as widely as the industry anticipated they would at the start of the pandemic. Flannery explains how concerns around cost and ease of use stalled SD-WAN deployments for remote workers, but the tide is changing as remote access tools improve and enterprise…
 
Light Reading's editors are in the middle of judging the 2021 Leading Lights Awards and this is the first in a three-part podcast series discussing the Leading Lights finalists. On this podcast, Light Reading's Phil Harvey, Kelsey Ziser and Mike Dano discuss trends they're seeing, what's happening in the awards categories that they're judging and w…
 
Today we’re talking to Mark Porter, the CTO of MongoDB. And we discuss MongoDB’s fresh take on making databases faster, more efficient, and easier to use. The importance of always being a student of life, and how to make space for open and honest conversations with your employees as a manager. All of this right here, right now, on the ModernCTO Pod…
 
Analyst Fadi Massih discusses the credit strengths and weaknesses of the crypto asset exchange. Related content: Coinbase Global, Inc. Strong finances and market position offset by uncertain regulatory environment and fierce competitive conditions - Coinbase displays investment grade characteristics and financials that are offset by a challenging o…
 
THE BEST SHOW IS BACK WITH A BANG! A few weeks ago, Tom suggested that we do a show called "TOM DOESN'T KNOW," where Jason, Mike and Pat plan the show and Tom will have no prior knowledge of what will occur. AND HERE WE ARE! Tonight's Guests (in order): GILBERT GOTTFRIED! STEVE GUNN! DOUBLE THREAT! THE GEORGE LUCAS TALK SHOW! WRECKLESS ERIC! NICK T…
 
Marc Price, CTO of Matrixx Software, joins the podcast to explain how operators can rethink traditional mobile pricing models for 5G services. Price recently spoke at Light Reading's BIG 5G Event to discuss new monetization opportunities and the benefits of an open cloud-native network core for 5G. Price explains how Matrixx is supporting Visible, …
 
Light Reading's Jeff Baumgartner and Mike Dano join Phil Harvey to recap the Big 5G Event and discuss what has happened lately with in-person events, what seems to be working well as folks start traveling more and how things could be just a little bit better in these "new normal" times. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The private wireless networking trend has been a hot-button issue in the global wireless industry for months now. The notion, after all, is tantalizing: What if software and equipment vendors could sell their networking wares to enterprises, utilities, ports and other such customers in addition to wireless network operators? Already, some vendors b…
 
Massimo Peselli, SVP of Global Enterprise for Verizon Business, provides insight into how the pandemic has changed the way "enterprises consume the network." "Over the last 18 months we developed this concept of network-as-a-service, which is our response to cloudification of the application," says Peselli. "It's basically a concept where customers…
 
John Deere's Kiel Ronning provides some fresh insight into how 5G-powered private networks are weaving their way into smart manufacturing, enabling the company to take advantage of low latencies, speed and other important performance metrics that make factories run more efficiently and flexibly. Ronning also considers how private networks will play…
 
Today we’re talking to Bryan Jones, CTO at The Office Of Experience. And we discuss the technology that’s behind their premiere digital design agency. Benefits of having a flat organizational hierarchy, and the importance of surrounding yourself with people smarter than you. All of this right here, right now, on the ModernCTO Podcast! To learn more…
 
Today we have another special guest host episode, with Derek Knudsen, former CTO of Alteryx, hosting Michal Pěchouček, the CTO of Avast. And they discuss how Avast is combatting adversarial AI used by hackers with AI for security that can scale. Michal’s goal of decreasing the cost of online freedom for all, and why it’s important to keep users inv…
 
Mo Katibeh, SVP of network infrastructure and build for AT&T, examines several new use cases for how the service provider is addressing the 5G customer experience for both consumers and enterprises. "In 2020, we achieved 200 million people, or PoPs, covered with our sub-6GHz 5G, and across the last year we've been able to expand that out from 200 t…
 
On this episode, we hear from Eric Frank, CEO of LightBox – a real estate information and technology platform – on his company's just-released nationwide Internet connectivity map, revealing that roughly 60 million Americans are disconnected. That number far exceeds the FCC's most recent estimate of 14.5 million. We discuss the various data sources…
 
Jennifer Artley, SVP of Strategic Initiatives for Verizon Business, catches up with Light Reading after her keynote on Verizon's private 5G network deployment at the Port of Southampton, the UK's largest port. Southampton struggled to provide reliable Wi-Fi onsite and partnered with Verizon and Nokia to become the first mainland UK port with access…
 
One of the FCC's former commissioners believes that Congress is poised to quickly approve around $65 billion in infrastructure spending on broadband in the US. However, he cautioned that telecom industry executives may have to wait for a year or more before they can expect to receive a portion of that funding. "We're weeks away from something passi…
 
Gordon Mansfield, AT&T's vice president of converged access and device technology, joined us here to offer an update on the company's deployment of a 5G standalone core and the anticipated benefits that will come from it. Mansfield also shed more light on AT&T's C-band spectrum deployment, the company's plans for open RAN and how AT&T's fiber build…
 
Boingo CTO Derek Peterson provides an update on the company's partnerships with service providers on 5G deployments and how Boingo is supporting contactless experiences at airports. In addition, Peterson shares Boingo's approach to private networks and offers a sneak peek on his panel about virtualizing the 5G core. This interview was recorded at t…
 
Dr. Arsenia Chorti is a Professor at ENSEA (École Nationale Supérieure de l'Électronique et de ses Applications, Paris, France) and a Visiting Research Fellow at Princeton University. She is also the Head of the Information, Communications and Imaging (ICI) Group of the ETIS Lab. She is also a chartered engineer from the Technical Chambers of Greec…
 
Today we’re talking to Rajan Annadurai, the CTO at Deserve. And we discuss the advantages of having a modern cloud based infrastructure for credit cards. Innovative credit card reward programs enabled by Deserve’s technology, and how cryptocurrencies are set to completely change the way the financial system works. All of this right here, right now,…
 
Sidd Chenumolu, Dish Network's vice president of technology development, offers an update on the company's national 5G network buildout and what Dish hopes to learn as it moves ahead with its first 5G service deployment in Las Vegas. Chenumolu also illuminates why Dish is a big proponent of open RAN, why interoperability is critical, and how Dish i…
 
The insurance group’s Helena Kingsley-Tomkins explains what’s driving the global reinsurance outlook shift to stable from negative. Plus, Young Kim tells us how evolving technology and rising fintech competition are transforming Korea’s insurance business. Inside this episode: Young Kim tells us how evolving technology and rising fintech competitio…
 
Lumen's Mike Benjamin joins the podcast to discuss the recent ReverseRAT update, a malware scheme that was used to target government and energy-sector organizations in India and Afghanistan. Benjamin and his team at Lumen's security research division, Black Lotus Labs, have been closely following the Remote Access Trojan (RAT) threat. The new itera…
 
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