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Your lights are on, your car runs, because industrial systems work 24/7 to keep our lives ticking. But what happens when those systems—the very pillars of modern society—are threatened? Hosted by Nate Nelson and Andrew Ginter, The Industrial Security Podcast takes a deep-dive into the most pressing emerging issues in SCADA technologies today. But don't just take our word for it: each new episode of the show features a leading voice in the world of industrial control systems security. You'll ...
 
The data struggle is real. Companies are awash in data that can lead to better engineered products, improved customer engagement, and faster drug development. But first they have to overcome the daunting technical and cultural challenges of mastering it. Fortunately, other data and IT leaders have dealt with these same issues. They’ll share their advice and stories on the DataMasters podcast.
 
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In our previous episodes, you heard the term "vulnerabilities" more than once. But what exactly does it mean? What stands behind this big word? For such terms and questions, we create the format of "Cyber Academy''. In each "Cyber Academy' episode, we’ll bring you a single topic - usually a basic term, an idea or a technology related to cybersecuri…
 
For years, the story of Regina Jonas was lost to the world. Then, in the 90s, scholars began to discover this woman of extraordinary talent and ambition. In this episode of "On The Holocaust" we focus on the fate of the Jewish community in Germany through the remarkable story of Regina Jonas, the first female rabbi, whose life was taken in Auschwit…
 
Platformization is technical, high-level work. But that doesn’t mean any talented developer can learn it like they would, say, a programming language. In fact, this kind of work is hardly about the technical details at all. When Dan Bar Shalom joined Wix, he became the second member of a two-man team. Together with his colleague Itai Chejanovsky, h…
 
Measuring future security costs is easier than measuring today's security benefits. Donovan Tindill, Senior Cybersecurity Strategist at Honeywell Connected Enterprise joins us to explore how to manage industrial cybersecurity spend over the life of industrial automation projects.By Ran Levi
 
On September 28, 1941, a German edict was issued ordering the Jews of Kiev and of the surrounding area to gather some clothes and belongings, and report at an intersection not far from a local freight train station. Instead of being deported, however, they were marched to Babi Yar and shot over the course of two days. According to a contemporary re…
 
Yosi Shneck, long, time CSO at Israel Electric Company, talks about his experience leading cybersecurity efforts in a very difficult threat environment, and about Israel Electric's new initiative to share the company's expertise with other utilities and industrial enterprises.By Ran Levi
 
Shmerke Kaczerginski was a boisterous, radical young writer and musician who led an exciting circle of young artists who called themselves "Young Vilna." His best friend, Abraham Sutzkever, would go on to become one of the greatest Yiddish poets of his generation. As the two entered adulthood, their artistic careers were interrupted by the Nazi inv…
 
When the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines were first approved, almost nobody could get one. Meanwhile, on the darknet, cybercriminals were offering deals on mass shipments. Most people still aren't inoculated today, yet the darknet market for vaccines is thriving. Is the darknet getting vaccines while the rest of us can't? What's actually going on?…
 
Kurt Gerstein defies easy categorization. The Germans didn't know what to think of him, the French changed their minds. His friends and family paint a picture of a man torn between two worlds. Facts about his life seem to clash with one another. Even decades after World War II ended, people still couldn't figure out whether he had participated in, …
 
Yevheniia Hlovatska and Kateryna Chernikova are part of a QA team that was working remotely long before the pandemic. They collaborated across distances, in a lot of the new ways and using a lot of the new tools we’re using now, as part of our Covid-19 routine. They did it not because they had to, but because they wanted to. Because it made them wo…
 
On April 22nd, 1945, Kurt Gerstein, a lieutenant for the Hygiene Institute in Berlin, took a train headed for Allied territory. That would seem a risky move, but this SS man had a pitch. He approached a French commandant, surrendered, and told the man his truly remarkable story. Featured guest: Dr. Valerie Hébert, Associate Professor of History, La…
 
In the summer of 2016, a group of anonymous hackers hacked into the NSA and released some of the most powerful exploits ever developed. The ramifications of that leak would be felt for years to come, in some of the most destructive cyber attacks on record. But even all these years later there are mysteries yet unsolved, and stories that seem to con…
 
The Holocaust could not have been carried out by the executioners alone. Such large-scale murder, over vast distances, required a massive apparatus staffed by hundreds of thousands of state administrative and security personnel. How could so many seemingly “ordinary” people knowingly take part in such crimes? In this episode we take a glimpse at th…
 
When members of his analytics team began noticing long load times in the Wix Dashboard, originally, Eyal Eizenberg wasn’t quite sure why. When taking a closer look at the code he realized what was wrong: a progress bar--a minor, largely superficial feature that happened to be weighing down the entire app. Turns out Eyal’s problem is common to all w…
 
Like civil engineers building bridges, security engineers should have quantitative goals: How secure must the system be when commissioned? (How much load must the bridge carry?) How long must the system maintain that security level without major maintenance? (How long must the bridge carry that load reliably between major repairs?) Join Terry Ingol…
 
In November, 1940, the German occupiers of Warsaw forced nearly 400,000 Jews into 1.3 square miles of land, then walled off the neighborhood. That's when a group of Jews got together to document what was happening. They wrote of disease, starvation and torture, both physical and psychological, but also of themselves, their families and the brief mo…
 
For consumers, Black Friday is a convenient time to get a good deal. For developers, it is a tsunami ready to take down everything in its path. Every year, on the Friday after Thanksgiving, traffic to online shopping sites spikes three, four, five times over. Websites built to accommodate a certain amount of demand can easily be overwhelmed by a st…
 
A man goes on Dubai T.V to discuss national security in the Middle East. 1,000 miles north, a social activist uses Telegram to organize anti-government activity. 5,000 miles north, an immigrant applies for a driver's license in Sweden. None of these people know one another, but they're all about to fall victim to the same attack. An attack that cha…
 
Onboarding during a pandemic is difficult. Hiring good people, making them feel welcome and integrating them into an organization structure is a nightmare when you can only communicate on Zoom calls and over Slack. No need to mention how crucial onboarding is impacting any company, but onboarding was also a challenge before COVID. Two years ago, Wi…
 
Markus Braendle, head of Airbus Cybersecurity, and Falk Lindner, lead architect for Industrial Cybersecurity at Airbus Manufacturing join us to talk about industrial security monitoring and management at one of the most complex industrial enterprises on the planet.By Ran Levi
 
Running a software company is hard. Doing it during a pandemic is even harder. Recently, we sat down with the leaders of some of the most prestigious tech companies in the world--Microsoft, Waze, Facebook and more--to discuss the biggest challenges facing our sector today. How can a growing company keep innovating, and avoid collapsing under the we…
 
Most people place their virtual assistants in their living room or bedroom. This makes it very easy to interact with cyberspace while you're laying around, watching T.V., or doing dishes. It also means that you're allowing a listening device into the most sensitive spaces in your home. What if somebody were able to take control of that device? To m…
 
Kathleen Maley was most recently Head of Consumer and Digital Analytics at KeyBank where she led a large team of analysts who used data and analytics to shape strategies. Before that, she spent more than a decade at Bank of America in a variety of roles that helped the bank use data in areas such as risk management and pricing. Kathleen shares why …
 
When Gal Elbaz came across a modest GIF parser sitting in a remote corner of GitHub, he wasn't exactly looking for trouble. But he found it. What was so troublesome about this parser in particular? It wasn't popular, it was created by some unknown programmer, and it didn't have any extraordinary qualities. Except it was familiar. Gal had seen this …
 
For years mobile development teams split their talent between Android and iOS in a way that was costly, slow, and inefficient. Then, in 2015, Facebook developers came up with a cross-platform solution called React Native. In this episode we follow our Wix mobile engineering team as they adopt React Native and work with it for several years while bu…
 
Andy Palmer is a serial entrepreneur who’s helped found or fund more than 50 companies, including Vertica, a pioneer in the database management industry. He’s currently CEO of Tamr, a data mastering platform that uses machine learning to do the heavy lifting around consolidating, cleansing, and categorizing data. Andy’s also served as CIO of Infini…
 
Stefanie Costa Leabo, Chief Data Officer for the City of Boston, talks about her non-linear career path (she considered becoming a political science professor at one point), the tangible connection between her work and what happens outside of city hall, and how sharing data helps Boston's residents better understand what's going on in their city. D…
 
Major tech companies understand that their brands are only as strong as they are safe to use, so they set bounties on vulnerabilities: hundreds of thousands of dollars, a million dollars, to any programmer who can find a hole in their sites. White hat hackers comb every line of code to try and earn the grand prize, and in return, the companies gain…
 
A key part of data is communicating it to others, and that’s where data visualization comes in. Nick Stepro, senior vice president of product management at Arcadia Healthcare, has made data visualization his career. He talks about how he got into data visualization, why you need empathy in design and how he manages to communicate the value of data …
 
The world was devolving into panic, as COVID-19 tore through every country on Earth. That's when Yoav Abrahami received one of the most important assignments of his life: to build an app that would service the entire nation of Israel through its pandemic response. The kicker? He had one week to finish the job. Want more? Read also here: https://www…
 
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