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There's a lot of cool techy stuff going down in cybersecurity, and we love it. But you can't deny that a lot of the time we humans get forgotten. Our podcast takes a not-so-serious look at issues in security from a human point of view. Covering social engineering to hacker motivations and everything in between, we chat through security stories and themes and what they mean to us: the oft-neglected humans behind the screen. Apart from Kev, Kev is a cyborg. These weekly podcasts come in two ma ...
 
Kim specializes in trail obstacle training and has been working with horses for over 40 years. She helps women prepare to compete with confidence so that they can have a super positive experience with their horse. With Kim's guidance, you’ll learn how to gain and maintain your horse’s trust and cooperation without relying on force, fear or intimidation. You can send your email questions to kim@passionatehorsemanship.com
 
In this horror/fantasy serial drama, Carpenter and Faulkner, two worshippers of an outlawed god, travel up the length of their deity’s great black river, searching for holy revelations. As their pilgrimage lengthens and the river’s mysteries deepen, the two acolytes find themselves under threat from a police manhunt, but also come into conflict with the weirder gods that have flourished in these forgotten rural territories. https://www.patreon.com/thesiltverses See acast.com/privacy for priv ...
 
We believe the question "What are you reading?" is a powerful question. It presents each of us with an opportunity to build community, share experiences, and express the things that matter to us. On our podcast, What Are You Reading? we talk with interesting Atlantans about books. In free-flowing conversations recorded live at Atlanta Vintage Books, we find out what people from our city are reading and how those readings relate with their lives, work, and communities.
 
Dads on Dads on Dads is a biweekly podcast that follows hosts Colin, Mike, and Paul, three first-time Dads based in New York City, through their adventures in Dadding. Each episode, you'll get to follow along with our Dads as they wend their way through everything fatherhood has to offer, from cloth diapers to late-night ER visits, told as only they can tell it. They'll also answer listener questions on just about anything Dad related, from how they navigate scheduling with their wives to th ...
 
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In 2003, while working at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Cincinnati, Wende Cross decided to apply for a federal magistrate position. She was selected over 100 other people from around the country but ultimately withdrew her name after concerns about her now ex-husband’s record.On episode 97, Wende explains how she got threw the dark period that ensu…
 
We think of entrepreneurs as strong visionaries who are ready to tackle any problem, and if you met Bill DeVille today, that’s probably what you’d think, too. As a kid, the founder and CEO of Health Carousel was mech less self-assured and way more fatalistic. Then one day, his mom shocked him into changing his mindset.On episode 99, Bill shares wha…
 
Adam Symson says he owes his position as president of CEO of The E.W. Scripps Company to his failures. Or more accurately, his fortitude. He’s had to navigate layoffs, acquisitions, and a global pandemic in his role, and his resilience has come in handy.On episode 98, Adam tells us why and how he embraces failure. He also shares how his family’s im…
 
Welcome to Episode 29 of The Genomics Lab! On today's episode we talk to Alexandria Andrayas who is a PhD candidate in the Soc-B Centre for doctoral training which is a new and unique programme in biosocial research. The programme is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and the Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Council. It …
 
Welcome to Episode 28 of The Genomics Lab! On today's episode we talk to Dr.Patrick CN Martin who is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Copenhagen. He completed his PhD in Dr Radu Zabets lab in 2020 where he investigated the binding mechanisms of transcription factors to DNA. His research involved development of an R package, ChIPAnalys…
 
It's a tasty ransomware week this week! Conti face their own internal threat in the shape of a disgruntled affiliate and LockBit has its claws in Accenture. Apple have been fiddling with their privacy settings again which is sending privacy advocates into a frenzy, and Kev tries very hard not to get ranty... *** https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/new…
 
Season finale: with the police manhunt closing in, Carpenter and Faulkner have one final meeting at the river's edge. This episode features performances by Méabh de Brún, Lucille Valentine, Mintaka Angell, B. Narr, Jimmie Yamaguchi, Jamie Stewart, Daisy Bilenkin and David S Dear. Our outro music is 'River Chant' by Skip Kent-Davy. https://www.patre…
 
This week we are honoured to host Professor Wendy Bickmore, the Director of the MRC Human Genetics unit at the University of Edinburgh. Wendys research laboratory focuses on trying to better understand the 3D organisation of the genome, and how this controls how the genome functions during normal development. They are further interested in how this…
 
As chef and co-owner of La Petite Pierre, Suzy DeYoung served sitting presidents, celebrities, and countless other people. She loved the challenge and creativity—until she didn’t anymore. She felt stuck because leaving the catering business would mean leaving her business partner—one of her two sisters—without a chef.On episode 96, Suzy explains ho…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: It’s one of the anomalies of the United Kingdom’s position as an island nation that not only does it seem to me to assume that every other country…
 
Final Fantasy was a massive influence on me when I was growing up. Honestly, I'm not sure if I would have ended up the person I am today without it. Join me, won't you, for a pretty long episode discussing this plus how the game holds up today. Instead of a Patreon, consider donating to our Extra Life charity drive. We are raising money for Childre…
 
Welcome back! Today we are talking to Kathleen Ivey, a PhD student from the University of Texas at Arlington in the Castoe Lab. Kat talks to us all about her journey to her PhD, with a background in vet tech & herpetology. Kat now focuses on population genomics, with a particular interest in Rattlesnakes. She tells us all about being out in the fie…
 
As you probably guessed from the title of this episode, this week is all about spyware and the Pegasus project. This all kicked off when a consortium of 16 media outlets reported the alleged widespread and continuing abuse of NSO’s hacking spyware called Pegasus. The company insists that it is only used against criminals and terrorists – but is it?…
 
We’ve all had dreams that have stuck with us. Sometimes it’s because they are frightening or jarring, other times we have the same dream again and again. It makes us wonder: What did that mean?On episode 95, Steve Kampmann returns to the show to delve into the history and importance of dreams. The host of The Dreams Course Podcast shares a language…
 
Welcome back for another episode! This week we chat to Dr Peter Sarkies from Imperial College London / MRC LMS! Peter is a senior lecturer running his own laboratory which aims to make connections between epigenetic gene regulation and evolution. Peter talks to us all about his research involving investigation of a wide range of epigenetic pathways…
 
Kaseya, Kaseya, Kaseya... How could we release an episode this week WITHOUT talking about the calamity at Kaseya? If you hadn't heard, the ransomware gang REvil has leveraged a vulnerability in Kaseya's VSA software against multiple MSPs and their clients. Oh dear. So what is it? Bog standard ransomware? Supply chain compromise? Zero-day exploit? I…
 
Amanda Valentine had been trying to lose weight and get control of her binge eating disorders for years. Then, the former radio host made a 90-day resolution on air to lose 15 pounds. Three months later, she had shed 20 pounds and was determined to keep going.On episode 94, Amanda shares some great reframing tips that can be useful beyond the healt…
 
There’s a lot to cover in this week’s episode, so brace yourself because we’ve got newsflashes and stone-cold facts flying your way. First up, despite what Chris thinks, people do still use printers. Now, researchers in China have found (and accidentally disclosed) a critical Windows zero-day affecting Print Spooler. Cue much printer hate, as well …
 
On todays episode, we talk to Dr Sarah Marzi from Imperial College London all about her work into the epigenetic regulation in neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimers and Parkinsons. Sarah tells us about her journey into this field and describes what exactly neurodegenerative diseases are?! She also talks to us about her contributions to the fie…
 
I thought it would be fun to go through the game in the Konami arcade collection that came out in the recent past. We've done this for a few collections and it's always fun. Thunder Cross rules! Instead of a Patreon, consider donating to our Extra Life charity drive. We are raising money for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. We raised $445 in 20…
 
EA have been hacked to the tune of 780GB of their source code which has now found itself for sale on various dark web forums. While they confirmed that they’d suffered a data breach, they’d offered no insight into how it happened. Until now… Moving from EA to AI, research shows that AI can now convincingly mimic cybersecurity and medical experts, w…
 
As the town of Bellwethers draws near and the police chase draws in, Carpenter, Faulkner and Paige make an unexpected stop for breakfast. Featuring B Narr, Méabh de Brún, Lucille Valentine, Gordon Houston, Mintaka Angell, Jimmie Yamaguchi, and Calder Dougherty. https://www.patreon.com/thesiltverses See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Jennifer McClure made just $12,000 in the first year of her business consulting firm, Unbridled Talent. Despite being an introvert, finding clients wasn’t the problem. A lack of systems and knowledge—like how to send an invoice—was.On episode 93, Jennifer tells us about growing her business, how she learned to network, and how stepping out of her c…
 
From fake antivirus to scareware, ransomware has been around and evolving for…a while. But only now has it really hit the mainstream headlines, with attacks on critical infrastructure and "mega breaches" apparently becoming a weekly occurrence. And we’re now in the age of ‘Ransomware as a Service’, with affiliates and gangs becoming more prolific t…
 
In 2014, Barbara Hauser used her talents of community building and creativity to launch The Red Door Project, a pop-up art show and silent auction held around Cincinnati. She often fielded questions about how successful each show was, but Barbara chaffed at the idea of measuring success based on attendance or number of pieces sold.On episode 92, Ba…
 
This week we took a slight detour away from our normal topic of conversation (Genomics) and immersed ourselves into the world of DNA nanotechnology with Dr Andrew J Lee, the centre manager of the Bragg Centre for materials research. Andy is a weaver of DNA and nanoscale filmaker in the Bioelectronics group. He develops nanostructures that are self …
 
The topic of the day is cryptocurrency – and whether banning it could help fight ransomware. We know that criminal gangs (OCGs for all those Line of Duty fans out there) are big fans of crypto for their nefarious deeds, so the issue goes much further than ransomware. Even so, a ban on crypto wouldn't stop ransomware – it would just be a bump in the…
 
As Faulkner's injuries worsen, Carpenter and Paige take him to seek help. This episode features voice acting from, in order of their appearance: B Narr Méabh de Brún Lucille Valentine And Caleb Del Rio Audio production by Sammy Holden Warning: This episode contains references to self-mutilation. https://www.patreon.com/thesiltverses See acast.com/p…
 
Craig Chavis Jr. dreamed of becoming an NFL player, and he was good enough to give it a shot until an injury in college ruined everything. As an entrepreneur, Craig has two failed businesses under his belt and a string of rejection letters from corporate America. And yet, the author and business consultant is endlessly optimistic.On episode 91, Cra…
 
Our second guest from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney, is DrOzren Bogdanovic. We are so privileged to talk today to Ozren about his work in developmental epigenetics which covers how DNA methylation participates in diverse developmental processes, and how deposition and removal of the methylation mark impacts upon embryonic and g…
 
So it turns out that 81% of developers have knowingly released vulnerable applications into the wild. Worrying, right? And that's the topic of conversation on today's episode: how do imperfect people lead to vulnerable applications and, most importantly, what we can do about it. Chris is joined by OWASP experts, Andrew van der Stock and Brian Glas,…
 
Welcome back to Cyber Humanity! We've got our shades on and we're ready for a busy summer of cyber. And what better way to herald our return than with a news story that's been hitting every headline? Unless you've been living under a rock, you must have heard of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack. Basically, ransomware hit pipeline, pipeline g…
 
Steven Kampmann and his wife, Judith, were expecting and building a home when he got the call that he was being fired from the Newhart show. The former writer and producer on WKRP in Cincinnati thought his time in show biz was probably over, so he started writing a screenplay without any expectations. Four years later, it became Stealing Home, whic…
 
Like many high-achievers, Karen Bankston had a full life. She was successful in her career, held advanced degrees, had a family, and knew her strengths. But a nagging feeling wouldn’t go away. She wondered: Where was her joy?On episode 89, the retired hospital executive and nurse explains how she found her answer by learning to separate her identit…
 
On todays episode we speak to Dr Adam Wende and Dr Mark Pepin! We discuss their recent publication which has been all over twitter recently! During the research, they identified an association between socioeconomic factors, the methylome, & heart failure. We discuss all of the motivations, methodological techniques and interesting findings from the…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
As Hayward deals with the aftermath of Marcel's Crossing, he finds his investigation leading him heading northwards with a new partner on his side. Content warnings: contains scenes of death, gun violence, police violence and intimidation https://www.patreon.com/thesiltverses See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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