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Form of Internet-based computing that provides shared computer processing resources and data to computers and other devices on demand

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The DotCom Magazine Entrepreneur Spotlight
Grant Furlane, Founder & CEO, LocoMobi World Inc, A DotCom Magazine Interview

The DotCom Magazine Entrepreneur Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 26:12


About Grant Furlane and LocoMobi World Inc: With over 18,000 followers Mr. Furlane brings over 40 years of technology experience specializing Smart City in Transportation, Network Security, Cloud Computing, Loyalty programs for Parking, Transit and Tolling industries. He has been involved in over 600 million dollars in Technology investments and was contracted to lead the initiatives of several large public IT companies. He aggressively built three transportation technology companies that established the vanguard for tracking and monitoring vehicle movement. His companies developed and sold integrated control systems for major airports, hospitals, and parking lot management companies. Considered to be an expert in Threat Prevention Automation using Artificial Intelligence architecture with Machine Vision . Recently Mr.Furlane has developed many robotic platforms . Metaverse is the most recent developments Mr. Furlane is starting the build out phase . A former President of the Canadian Parking Association, Mr. Furlane served as Co-Chairman of the first World Symposium on Intelligent Transportation Systems, an international symposium attended by delegates representing 50 countries. In addition Mr. Furlane was a guest contributor at the United Nations congress for Infrastructure. As a result of his successful business experience, his companies' technological innovation, and his international scope, Mr. Furlane is considered to be one of the leaders in this industry. Mr.Furlane also is a serial entrepreneur who invests in and assists start ups to reach roll out and successful execution. Expertise in areas of Cloud Computing, Advanced Learning , Artificial Intelligent and Robotics .Specialities include Human Performance both mentally and physically combining technology with protection and fitness. Mr Furlane served as Chairman to the Neurological Hospitals Centers for Ability, and the Board of Governors of Ontario Junior A Hockey, and has investments in the Entertainment and Sports industries. LocoMobi World Inc. is a Smart City, parking & transportation technology company that manufactures and delivers innovative enterprise hardware, and cloud-based software solutions, including a revolutionary license plate recognition system for some of the biggest names in parking and transportation in North America. Offering a diverse range of products from mobile apps & software solutions, to traditional parking equipment, LocoMobi World accomodates a broad range of environments that include municipalities and garages, commercial and residential buildings, hotels, airports, medical centers, and universities. LocoMobi's unique Smart City development capabilities allow for us to provide your business with diverse and innovative enterprise hardware and cloud-based software offerings. For consumers that are new to the smart city world; we offer several a-la-carte solutions designed to meet or exceed industry standards. From on-street to off-street options, to seamless user experiences, we will combine the formulas to simplify and improve vehicle management & parking for you, now and into the future.

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
#371: pipx - Installable, Isolated Python Applications

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 58:43


I'm sure you're familiar with package managers for your OS even if you don't use them. On macOS we have Homebrew, Chocolatey on Windows, and apt, yum, and others on Linux. But if you want to install Python applications, you typically have to fallback to managing them with pip. Maybe you install them for your account with the --user flag. But with pipx you get a clean, isolated install for every Python application that you use. And if you distribute Python apps, pipx is a definitely worth considering as a channel. Links from the show Chad Smith: @cs01_software Pipx: github.com Entry Points: dev.to Python Packaging Dashboard: chadsmith.dev MKDocStrings: mkdocstrings.github.io gdbgui: github.com termpair: github.com httpie: httpie.io pls (ls-replacement): dhruvkb.github.io Glances: nicolargo.github.io Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm --- Stay in touch with us --- Subscribe to us on YouTube: youtube.com Follow Talk Python on Twitter: @talkpython Follow Michael on Twitter: @mkennedy Sponsors Mergify Python at Scale AssemblyAI Talk Python Training

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
The Real-World Value Of Telling Stories And The Role Of Visual Art In Ethical Hacking Videos | A Conversation With YouTuber SecAura | Redefining CyberSecurity Podcast With Sean Martin

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 39:44


SecAura is an amateur YouTuber whose post I came across caught my attention. SecAura creates free educational videos for ethical hacking and does so while going the extra mile to hand-craft many of the animations used in the videos. All of this is done outside of the  9-5 job SecAura has as a penetration tester. Realizing that the technical subjects needed diagrams and that these elements were a core part of the videos being created, SecAura decided to hand-craft the animations for each of the subjects being prepared, teaching himself all that was required to do so while constantly trying to improve with each video released.SecAura aims to have every video released be at the top of its game in terms of teaching someone who knows very little about a subject and getting them to a great foundational and applicable position just from watching his videos. He also hopes to extend the community and help to create the next generation of cybersecurity professionals by providing them with real, practical skills, backed by the theory!About SecAura [from Twitter]By day I work as a pentester, and in the evening, I compete in CTFs/cyber things. I have always loved teaching, and wanted to give back to the cyber community the best I can, so I made my YouTube Channel.It was a treat speaking with SecAura, learning about the creativity, passion, and production that goes into the making each of these videos, and how they can be used by those looking to enter the field of information security, preparing for a job interview, looking to grow their skills as they aspire to take on new roles or perhaps even get promoted at their job.So many uses cases — lots of great content — all from a super cool human.____________________________GuestSecAuraEthical Hacking Content CreatorOn Twitter | https://twitter.com/secaura_On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/sec-aura-57736422a/On YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx89Lz24SEPZpExl6OfQ0Gg____________________________This Episode's SponsorsImperva: https://itspm.ag/imperva277117988Asgardeo by WSO2: https://itspm.ag/asgardeo-by-wso2-u8vc____________________________ResourcesMore information about SecAura: https://twitter.com/secaura_/status/1518241710412808192The new SQLi video discussed during the conversation: UNLEASH THE POWER OF SQL INJECTION | A beginners guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y4MpvB6o7sVIDEO: Web Fundamentals for Cyber Security | HTTP for Hackers | 0x01 (Animated): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ro-5AjgoPc4____________________________To see and hear more Redefining Security content on ITSPmagazine, visit:https://www.itspmagazine.com/redefining-cybersecurityAre you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?

ScanCast
Cloud Computing e Segurança com Luiz Pissinatti - ScanCast #29

ScanCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 58:33


Nesse episódio recebemos Luiz Pissinatti, executivo de contas da Commvault, uma das principais empresas de cibersegurança do mundo, venha conferir esse bate papo e saiba como proteger suas aplicações e os dados da sua empresa! Saiba mais sobre as soluções da Commvault: https://mktscansourcebr.com.br/commvault/ O ScanCast é o Podcast de Tecnologia da ScanSource.

Paul's Security Weekly TV
More Fuzzing, a Decade of OT Security, & Top Threats to Cloud Computing - ASW #202

Paul's Security Weekly TV

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 37:58


This week in the AppSec News: Lessons learned from fuzzing, OT:ICEFALL report on insecure designs, CSA's Top Threats to Cloud Computing, Twitter apologizes for misusing data collection, & State of Open Source Security report!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw202

Application Security Weekly (Video)
More Fuzzing, a Decade of OT Security, & Top Threats to Cloud Computing - ASW #202

Application Security Weekly (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 37:58


This week in the AppSec News: Lessons learned from fuzzing, OT:ICEFALL report on insecure designs, CSA's Top Threats to Cloud Computing, Twitter apologizes for misusing data collection, & State of Open Source Security report!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw202

Python Bytes
#290 Sentient AI? If so, then what?

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 49:34


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us! Support our work through: Our courses at Talk Python Training Test & Code Podcast Patreon Supporters Special guest: Nick Muoh Brian #1: picologging From a tweet by Anthony Shaw From README.md “early-alpha” stage project with some incomplete features. (cool to be so up front about that) “Picologging is a high-performance logging library for Python. picologging is 4-10x faster than the logging module in the standard library.” “Picologging is designed to be used as a drop-in replacement for applications which already use logging, and supports the same API as the logging module.” Now you've definitely got my attention. For many common use cases, it's just way faster. Sounds great, why not use it? A few limitations listed: process and thread name not captured. Some logging globals not observed: logging.logThreads, logging.logMultiprocessing, logging.logProcesses Logger will always default to the Sys.stderr and not observe (emittedNoHandlerWarning). Michael #2: CheekyKeys via Prayson Daniel What if you could silently talk to your computer? CheekyKeys uses OpenCV and MediaPipe's Face Mesh to perform real-time detection of facial landmarks from video input. The primary input is to "type" letters, digits, and symbols via Morse code by opening and closing your mouth quickly for . and slightly longer for -. Most of the rest of the keyboard and other helpful actions are included as modifier gestures, such as: shift: close right eye command: close left eye arrow up/down: raise left/right eyebrow … Watch the video where he does a coding interview for a big tech company using no keyboard. Nick #3: Is Google's LaMDA Model Sentient? authored by Richard Luscombe (The Guardian) The Google engineer who thinks the company's AI has come to life Transcript of conversation Brian #4: richbench Also from Anthony “A little Python benchmarking tool.” Give it a list of (first_func, second_func, “label”), and it times them and prints out a comparison. Simple and awesome. def sort_seven(): """Sort a list of seven items""" for _ in range(10_000): sorted([3,2,4,5,1,5,3]) def sort_three(): """Sort a list of three items""" for _ in range(10_000): sorted([3,2,4]) __benchmarks__ = [ (sort_seven, sort_three, "Sorting 3 items instead of 7") ] Michael #5: typeguard A run-time type checker for Python Three principal ways to do type checking are provided, each with its pros and cons: Manually with function calls @typechecked decorator import hook (typeguard.importhook.install_import_hook()) Example: @typechecked def some_function(a: int, b: float, c: str, *args: str) -> bool: ... return retval Nick #6: CustomTkinter A modern and customizable python UI-library based on Tkinter. Extras Michael: OpenSSF Funds Python and Eclipse Foundations - OpenSSF's Alpha-Omega Project has committed $400K to the Python Software Foundation (PSF), in order to create a new role which will provide security expertise for Python, the Python Package Index (PyPI), and the rest of the Python ecosystem, as well as funding a security audit. (via Python Weekly) Nick: Terms of Service Didn't Read - Terms of Service; Didn't Read” (short: ToS;DR) is a young project started in June 2012 to help fix the “biggest lie on the web”: almost no one really reads the terms of service we agree to all the time. Joke: Serverless A DevOps approach to COVID-19

Technology Untangled
World poverty: Is technology the great leveller?

Technology Untangled

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 33:39


Since 1990, the global rates of extreme poverty have gone from around 40% to around 10%, and ending World Poverty entirely by 2030 is one of the UN's Key Sustainable Development Goals, announced in 2015. However, progress is slowing, and 710 million people around the world still live in extreme poverty - currently earning below $1.90 per day. So how can technology help? In this episode, we'll be meeting some of the people and organisations aiming to eradicate poverty through the use of technology.The power of connectivityOne of the most important ways in which rural economies can grow and become more efficient and productive is to get access to communications technology. Isabelle Mauro is the Head of Information, Communications & Technology (ICT) Industries at the World Economic Forum. The WEF is the world body bringing together the public and private sectors, and has been pushing for greater co-operation between the public sector and telecoms providers to work on lifting developing communities out of hunger and poverty. The results speak for themselves: Research suggests a 10% improvement in mobile connectivity can add 1.5% to a country's GDP. The challenge is to provide a financial incentive for companies and Governments to reach out to poorer areas where the business case for connection might not be so obvious.Harnessing complex skills and technology for unconnected communitiesOne of the firms leading the charge to bring rural communities into the digital age is Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Brian Tippens is their Head of sustainability, and has been working closely with WEF and partners around the world to enable remote and disconnected communities to take advantage of HPE's experience in data and connectivity - particularly in encouraging skills sharing and industrial expertise among NGOs and other bodies. At the core of their philanthropic ambitions, however, is to allow and enable local communities to help provide their own solutions to their own problems, encouraging long-term, sustainable and useful programs of change to emerge.Getting educatedOne of the ways in which communities can be enabled to develop their own long-term solutions is through education and upskilling the population to take advantage of the opportunities offered by technology. Leading that charge is the Micro:bit Educational Foundation, which provides expandable, programmable micro-computers to schools around the world, alongside locally-led educational programs and learning resources. Gareth Stockdale is the organisations CEO and tells us that the democratisation of technology through enabling local participation is key to lifting people out of poverty, providing pathways to future skilled careers, and to enabling self-sufficiency among remote or impoverished communities. Whether it's educating children or upskilling adults to make the most of opportunities in their community and work in collaboration with international organisations, there's plenty being done to help end world poverty by 2030. Will it be enough? Time will tell. But the appetite seems to be real for long-lasting change.Key takeaways: Even small improvements to digital connectivity can have a lasting impact on local and national economic growth and resilience. Most people have the potential to get connected, and doing so can drastically improve lives in remote communities. The best way to lift the world out of poverty is through public-private partnerships which enable and upskill communities to create their own solutions and take long-term advantage of new technologies. Western organisations have a responsibility not to parachute in solutions, but to work on the ground with communities to enable them to make best use of the technology on offer, through collaboration and education. Links and resources:The UN Sustainable Development GoalsThe World Economic Forum's Edison AllianceTech Impact 2030 - How HPE is driving positive change through technologyThe micro:bit Educational FoundationThe impact of digital technology usage on economic growth in Africa - from the Elsevier Public Health Emergency CollectionBrian Tippens on LinkedInIsabelle Mauro on LinkedInGareth Stockdale on LinkedIn

Remotely Interesting
035: Debate and Switch: Monopolizing Technology

Remotely Interesting

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 33:59


Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. In our first official Debate and Switch episode, Phil, Tara, and Ben are debating (and then switching) on the topic of Monopolizing Technology: Is it good? Is it bad? You'll have to listen to find out which it is!

Over the Air — IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey
Q&A with Rob Tiffany Part 2: Digital Twins, Edge Vs Cloud Computing & Industrial IoT

Over the Air — IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 25:08


In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Rob Tiffany, Managing Director at Digital Insights and Bill Flaherty, Director of Hardware Engineering at Very.

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
#370: OpenBB: Python's Open-source Investment Platform

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 54:28


You may have heard of the Bloomberg terminal. It's expensive software that can monitor and analyze real-time financial market data and place trades on the electronic trading platform. But have you heard of OpenBB? It's similar software for real-time and long term analysis for finance and investing. The difference is it's open source and built entirely with Python and gives you access to analyze a massive amount of real-time and historical data using the full Python data science stack. On this episode, we have one of the cofounders, James Maslek here to give us a look inside this cool piece of Python-based software. Links from the show James Maslek: linkedin.com OpenBB: openbb.co OpenBB Feature Gallery: openbb.co $8.5M seed funding announcement: openbb.co/blog How to get rich talk by Naval (less money-focused than the title implies): youtube.com Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm --- Stay in touch with us --- Subscribe to us on YouTube: youtube.com Follow Talk Python on Twitter: @talkpython Follow Michael on Twitter: @mkennedy Sponsors Sentry Error Monitoring, Code TALKPYTHON Python at Scale AssemblyAI Talk Python Training

Microsoft Mechanics Podcast
Azure Landing Zones | Architectural Blueprint, Tooling & Best Practices

Microsoft Mechanics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 11:44


As you build new Cloud-based services and migrate or modernize check out the new tools to assess where you are in your Cloud journey and how to automate the build out of recommended foundational services to host your workloads in Azure. We take a look at updates to the Azure Landing Zone guidance, that gives you proven best practices, architectural blueprint and tooling. Whether you're in a data center, you need to move fast to accommodate new circumstances for your organization, or you simply started experimenting with new services—that experimental workload could be playing an essential role in your operations, while the long-term foundation for your workload might be overlooked. This overview details how recent Azure Landing Zone updates are all about setting you up properly for future growth and scale, while addressing current realities. Anyone who's building on the Cloud knows you don't always know what you don't know. Instead of going through the pain of experience, Azure Landing Zone gives you a clear path forward to avoid specific gotchas from the get go. Azure Landing Zone expert Matt McSpirit joins Jeremy Chapman to walk you through recent updates. ► QUICK LINKS: 00:00 Introduction of Azure Landing Zone updates 00:49 Driving events that push you to consider the Cloud 01:42 Updates to the architecture 02:24 Modular approach that's scalable and repeatable 03:40 Root Management Group - organize subscriptions for services 04:30 On ramps for various starting points 05:43 Land Zone Review 7:50 Build with Landing Zone Accelerator 11:08 How to get started ► Link Reference: Find everything you need for Azure Landing Zones: aka.ms/alz Assess where your organization lands in the Cloud adoption framework: aka.ms/landingzonereview ► Unfamiliar with Microsoft Mechanics? • As the Microsoft's official video series for IT, you can watch and share valuable content and demos of current and upcoming tech from the people who build it at Microsoft. Subscribe to our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MicrosoftMechanicsSeries?sub_confirmation=1 • Talk with other IT Pros, join us on the Microsoft Tech Community: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-mechanics-blog/bg-p/MicrosoftMechanicsBlog • Watch or listen from anywhere, subscribe to our podcast: https://microsoftmechanics.libsyn.com/website • To get the newest tech for IT in your inbox, subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/msftmechanics ► Keep getting this insider knowledge, join us on social: • Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MSFTMechanics • Share knowledge on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/microsoft-mechanics/ • Enjoy us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/microsoftmechanics/ • Loosen up with us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@msftmechanics 

Tech Barometer – From The Forecast by Nutanix
Cloud Computing Sparking an Economic Revolution

Tech Barometer – From The Forecast by Nutanix

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


In this podcast, author Mark P. Mills says, “history doesn't repeat, it rhymes.” Consider what happened a century ago, when the world witnessed the convergence of the greatest technological leap in human history with innovations such as the automobile, airplane and radio; groundbreaking scientific discoveries in physics, chemistry and medicine; and a major jump in […]

Connected Social Media
Cloud Computing Sparking an Economic Revolution

Connected Social Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


In this podcast, author Mark P. Mills says, “history doesn't repeat, it rhymes.” Consider what happened a century ago, when the world witnessed the convergence of the greatest technological leap in human history with innovations such as the automobile, airplane and radio; groundbreaking scientific discoveries in physics, chemistry and medicine; and a major jump in […]

Tech Barometer – From The Forecast by Nutanix
The Future of Electric Vehicles Plugs Into Cloud Computing

Tech Barometer – From The Forecast by Nutanix

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


Electric vehicle (EV) adoption will take more than tax credits. Because of so-called “range anxiety” – motorists' worry that EVs will leave them stranded when their batteries run out – it also will require a marked increase in the number of EV charging stations. Specifically, cloud-enabled smart charging stations. In this story by The Forecast […]

Python Bytes
#289 Textinator is coming for your text, wherever it is

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 46:14


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us! Support our work through: Our courses at Talk Python Training Test & Code Podcast Patreon Supporters Special guest: Gina Häußge, creator & maintainer of OctoPrint Michael #1: beanita Local MongoDB-like database prepared to work with Beanie ODM So, you know Beanie - Pydantic + async + MongoDB And you know Mongita - Mongita is to MongoDB as SQLite is to SQL Beanita lets you use Beanie, but against Mongita rather than a server-based MongoDB server Brian #2: The Good Research Code Handbook Patrick J Mineault “for grad students, postdocs and PIs (principle investigator) who do a lot of programming as part of their research.” lessons setup git, virtual environments, project layout, packaging, cookie cutter style style guides, keeping things clean coding separating concerns, separating pure functions and those with side effects, pythonic-ness testing unit testing, testing with side effects, … (incorrect definition of end-to-end tests, but a good job at covering the other bits) documentation comments, tests, docstrings, README.md, usage docs, tutorials, websites documenting pipelines and projects social aspects various reviews, pairing, open source, community sample project extras testing example good tools to use Gina #3: CadQuery Python lib to do build parametric 3D CAD models Can output STL, STEP, AMF, SVG and some more Uses same geometry kernel as FreeCAD (OpenCascade) Also available: desktop editor, Jupyter extension, CLI Would recommend the Jupyter extension, the app seems a bit behind latest development Jupyter extension is easy to set up on Docker and comes with a nice 3D preview pane Was able to create a basic parametric design of an insert for an assortment box easily Python 3.8+, not yet 3.11, OpenCascade related Michael #4: Textinator Like TextSniper, but in Python Simple MacOS StatusBar / Menu Bar app to automatically detect text in screenshots Built with RUMPS: Ridiculously Uncomplicated macOS Python Statusbar apps Take a screenshot of a region of the screen using ⌘ + ⇧ + 4 (Cmd + Shift + 4). The app will automatically detect any text in the screenshot and copy it to your clipboard. How Textinator Works At startup, Textinator starts a persistent NSMetadataQuery Spotlight query (using the pyobjc Python-to-Objective-C bridge) to detect when a new screenshot is created. When the user creates screenshot, the NSMetadataQuery query is fired and Textinator performs text detection using a Vision VNRecognizeTextRequest call. Brian #5: Handling Concurrency Without Locks "How to not let concurrency cripple your system” Haki Benita “…common concurrency challenges and how to overcome them with minimal locking.” Starts with a Django web app A url shortener that generates a unique short url and stores the result in a database so it doesn't get re-used. Discussions of collision with two users checking, then storing keys at the same time. locking problems in general utilizing database ability to make sure some items are unique, in this case PostgreSQL updating your code to take advantage of database constraints support to allow you to do less locking within your code Gina #6: TatSu Generates parsers from EBNF grammars (or ANTLR) Can compile the model (similar to regex) for quick reuse or generate python source Many examples provided Active development, Python 3.10+ Extras Michael: Back on 285 we spoke about PEP 690. Now there is a proper blog post about it. Expedited release of Python3.11.0b3 - Due to a known incompatibility with pytest and the previous beta release (Python 3.11.0b2) and after some deliberation, Python release team have decided to do an expedited release of Python 3.11.0b3 so the community can continue testing their packages with pytest and therefore testing the betas as expected. (via Python Weekly) Kagi search via Daniel Hjertholm Not really python related, but if I know Michael right, he'll love the new completely ad free and privacy-respecting search engine kagi.com. I've used kagi.com since their public beta launched, mainly to search for solutions to Python issues at work. The results are way better than DuckDuckGo's results, and even better than Googles! Love the Programming-lens and the ability to up/down prioritize domains in the results. Their FAQ explains everything you need to know: https://kagi.com/faq Looks great but not sure about the pricing justification (32 sec of compute = $1), that's either 837x more than all of Talk Python + Python Bytes or more than 6,700x more than just one of our sites/services. (We spend about $100/mo on 8 servers.) But they may be buying results from Google and Bing, and that could be the cost. Here's a short interview with the man who started kagi. Gina: rdserialtool: Reads out low-cost USB power monitors (UM24C, UM25C, UM34C) via BLE/pybluez. Amazing if you need to monitor the power consumption/voltage/current of some embedded electronics on a budget. Helped me solve a very much OctoPrint development specific problem. Python 3.4+ nodejs-bin: by Sam Willis: https://twitter.com/samwillis/status/1537787836119793667 Install nodejs via pypi/as dependency, still very much an Alpha but looks promising Makes it easier to obtain a full stack environment Very interesting for end to end testing with JS based tooling, or packaging a frontend with your Python app See also nodeenv, which does a similar thing, but with additional steps Joke: Rejected Github Badges

Aprende SecTY podcast
EP2.29: Ventajas de hacer backup en la nube

Aprende SecTY podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 19:13


¡Aprende SecTY! Ventajas de hacer Backup en la nube Realizar backup en la nube tiene tres ventajas primordiales; inmediatez, eficiencia y disponibilidad. Además, cada una de esas ventajas primordiales se dividen en otras ventajas. Estas ventajas te las menciono en este episodio. Episodios relacionados: Ep 18: Medidas para asegurar el Cloud Computing: https://aprendesecty.libsyn.com/ep-18-medidas-para-asegurar-el-cloud-computing EP 2.28: Como hacer backup en la nube de forma segura: https://aprendesecty.libsyn.com/ep-228-como-hacer-backup-en-la-nube-de-forma-segura Anótate para el taller “Como hacer backup en la nube de manera segura utilizando MS OneDrive”: Anótate AQUI àhttps://aprendesecty.com/tallerbackupenlanube Si deseas capacitar a tus empleados sobre seguridad de información en tu negocio, escríbeme a itsec@sectycs.com para poder ayudarte porque ofrecemos capacitación de seguridad a grupos de usuarios para pequeños negocios. Recuerda: Entra a nuestra página de Aprende SecTY https://www.aprendesecty.com  para que puedas obtener las guías, tips y pasos que ya he compartido anteriormente de manera GRATIS. Síguenos en Facebook, Instagram, Twitter y LinkedIN como: @SecTYCS SUSCRIBETE en nuestro canal de YouTube Aprende SecTY: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1E9yilgLf5HZMQVDf_ViRw Envíame tus preguntas o recomendaciones a: itsec@sectycs.com Deja tu reseña en iTunes/Apple Podcast y compártelo con personas que necesiten mejorar la seguridad en su negocio y en su vida. Puedes escucharnos también por medio de: iTunes/Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast, Amazon Music y iHeartRadio.

Connected Social Media
The Future of Electric Vehicles Plugs Into Cloud Computing

Connected Social Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


Electric vehicle (EV) adoption will take more than tax credits. Because of so-called “range anxiety” – motorists' worry that EVs will leave them stranded when their batteries run out – it also will require a marked increase in the number of EV charging stations. Specifically, cloud-enabled smart charging stations. In this story by The Forecast […]

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
#369: Getting Lazy with Python Imports and PEP 690

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 56:26


Python is undergoing a performance renaissance. We already have Python 3.11 20-40% faster than even Python 3.10. On this episode, we'll dive into a new proposal to make Python even more efficient using lazy imports laid out in PEP 690. We have all three folks involved on the episode: Carl Meyer, Germán Méndez Bravo, and Barry Warsaw. Are you ready to get into making Python faster still? Let's dive in. Links from the show Guests Barry Warsaw: @pumpichank Germán Méndez Bravo: @germbravo Carl Meyer: @carljm PEP 690: peps.python.org PEP 690 Discussion: discuss.python.org Cinder project: github.com Python Lazy Imports With Cinder on the Meta blog: developers.facebook.com Python performance renaissance: #339: Making Python Faster: talkpython.fm Performance benchmarks for Python 3.11 are amazing: phoronix.com Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm --- Stay in touch with us --- Subscribe to us on YouTube: youtube.com Follow Talk Python on Twitter: @talkpython Follow Michael on Twitter: @mkennedy Sponsors Sentry Error Monitoring, Code TALKPYTHON Talk Python Training AssemblyAI

Over The Edge
Processing Data at Warp Speed with David Knight, President & CEO of Terbine

Over The Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 65:57


This episode of Over the Edge features an interview between Matt Trifiro and David Knight, President & CEO of Terbine, a data exchange for the physical world that has built a highly scalable system enabling wider use of data to inform and radically reshape many industries and everyday life. David is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, filmmaker, and experienced startup executive with a history of innovation and market development. He has a background in core technologies, including multi-spectral sensing and communications, messaging, enterprise software and distributed systems. David has founded, co-founded and held leadership roles in tech companies with exits including two IPOs, two M&A buyouts, and two recession-triggered meltdowns. He now leads Terbine, a big data & AI startup.In this episode, David talks about his journey from working on ham radios to being a pioneer in the early days of digital entertainment. He also discusses his involvement in the beginning of online storage, helping to launch the private space race, and dedicating himself to dealing with, analyzing, and processing the overwhelming amount of data that comes out of everyday life. David explains how all of this led to founding Terbine, and how the company has partnered with the City of Las Vegas to help propel the world to prosper through insight, communication, and emerging technologies. ---------Key Quotes:“They really want to make Vegas a place where they work on smart city technology and next generation communications. And, they're really investing in it, but more importantly, they're inviting startups and large companies to work together. And, so if you're thinking of a city as a platform, which is not a normal way to look at a city, we are really trying to help the city itself become smart and also sustainable. You don't necessarily think of Las Vegas as a sustainable city, but if you think about it with things like the water shortage is coming up, it's a place that really needs to be sustainable.”“The most interesting applications, which absolutely are going to be dependent on very rapid edge processing with low latency communications, are going to be in things that move. And, it could be a human moving. It could be commercial things. The first applications that we're actually looking at, and we will be doing very soon are in the commercial world.”“What we're trying to do is say, look, we've already said, we're going to take the pulse of the earth, so now we're going to wire the physical environment into the digital twin and then collectively you can now navigate around it.”“The more we can help the cities learn about the past, the present, and then extrapolate into the future, the better. So, it's not just the hedge funds that are going to make future bets. It'll be the cities themselves.”---------Show Timestamps:(02:45) Getting into technology(03:30) Arc to current role(05:55) Working with new computing technology (02:43) Early days of email / Start of Click to Send(08:30) XPrize Competition development and execution(19:17) What is Terbine?(21:10) Breaking apart the problem space(22:10) Looking at issues in 3D(25:15) Breaking down data silos(26:10) Dealing with fear and greed(27:06) Motto - ‘Take the pulse of the earth'(29:30) There are sensors everywhere(32:30) Mobile Edge Computing(36:28) Processing data and storage(41:48) Compression algorithms(43:15) Sharing data(44:40) Solving business and technology problems(45:30) Tech Startups in Las Vegas(49:30) Las Vegas Smart City Showcase(52:00) Terbine and Las Vegas partnership(53:30) Las Vegas as a privately funded smart city(54:30) How Las Vegas conducts business(56:30) Vegas loop(57:30) Brightline rail from Las Vegas to California(58:52) Uses for Terbine platform(01:03:30) Using Drones(01:05:30) Digital Twin implementation and uses--------Sponsor:Over the Edge is brought to you by Dell Technologies to unlock the potential of your infrastructure with edge solutions. From hardware and software to data and operations, across your entire multi-cloud environment, we're here to help you simplify your edge so you can generate more value. Learn more by visiting DellTechnologies.com/SimplifyYourEdge for more information or click on the link in the show notes.--------Links:Follow Matt on TwitterConnect with David on LinkedInConnect with David on Twitterwww.CaspianStudios.com

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The Zoom Effect: A Framework for Security Program Transformation | RSA Conference 2022 Coverage | Redefining CyberSecurity With Heather Ceylan and Ariel Chavan

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 42:35


For our next Chats On The Road for RSA Conference 2022, we talk about security program transformation through the successful development and implementation of security framework and program management.About the RSAC 2022 Session, The Zoom Effect: A Framework for Security Program Transformation:“When companies experience rapid growth, information security organizations must adapt to meet business needs. Establishing a robust framework can help these teams communicate and gain executive support for their program. This session will outline a framework to help transform and scale an information security program and share key learnings that can be applied to other programs.”Tune in and be sure to join us for more from RSA Conference USA 2022!____________________________GuestsHeather CeylanHead of Security Standards, Compliance, and Customer Assurance at Zoom [@Zoom]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/heatherceylan/Ariel ChavanHead of Security Product and Program Management at Zoom [@Zoom]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/ariel-c-ab445a50/____________________________This Episode's SponsorsHITRUST:

Python Bytes
#288 Performance benchmarks for Python 3.11 are amazing

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 33:05


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us! Support our work through: Our courses at Talk Python Training Test & Code Podcast Patreon Supporters Brian #1: Polars: Lightning-fast DataFrame library for Rust and Python Suggested by a several listeners “Polars is a blazingly fast DataFrames library implemented in Rust using Apache Arrow Columnar Format as memory model. Lazy | eager execution Multi-threaded SIMD (Single Instruction/Multiple Data) Query optimization Powerful expression API Rust | Python | ...” Python API syntax set up to allow parallel and execution while sidestepping GIL issues, for both lazy and eager use cases. From the docs: Do not kill parallelization The syntax is very functional and pipeline-esque: import polars as pl q = ( pl.scan_csv("iris.csv") .filter(pl.col("sepal_length") > 5) .groupby("species") .agg(pl.all().sum()) ) df = q.collect() Polars User Guide is excellent and looks like it's entirely written with Python examples. Includes a 30 min intro video from PyData Global 2021 Michael #2: PSF Survey is out Have a look, their page summarizes it better than my bullet points will. Brian #3: Gin Config: a lightweight configuration framework for Python Found through Vincent D. Warmerdam's excellent intro videos on gin on calmcode.io Quickly make parts of your code configurable through a configuration file with the @gin.configurable decorator. It's in interesting take on config files. (Example from Vincent) # simulate.py @gin.configurable def simulate(n_samples): ... # config.py simulate.n_samples = 100 You can specify: required settings: def simulate(n_samples=gin.REQUIRED)` blacklisted settings: @gin.configurable(blacklist=["n_samples"]) external configurations (specify values to functions your code is calling) can also references to other functions: dnn.activation_fn = @tf.nn.tanh Documentation suggests that it is especially useful for machine learning. From motivation section: “Modern ML experiments require configuring a dizzying array of hyperparameters, ranging from small details like learning rates or thresholds all the way to parameters affecting the model architecture. Many choices for representing such configuration (proto buffers, tf.HParams, ParameterContainer, ConfigDict) require that model and experiment parameters are duplicated: at least once in the code where they are defined and used, and again when declaring the set of configurable hyperparameters. Gin provides a lightweight dependency injection driven approach to configuring experiments in a reliable and transparent fashion. It allows functions or classes to be annotated as @gin.configurable, which enables setting their parameters via a simple config file using a clear and powerful syntax. This approach reduces configuration maintenance, while making experiment configuration transparent and easily repeatable.” Michael #4: Performance benchmarks for Python 3.11 are amazing via Eduardo Orochena Performance may be the biggest feature of all Python 3.11 has task groups in asyncio fine-grained error locations in tracebacks the self-type to return an instance of their class The "Faster CPython Project" to speed-up the reference implementation. See my interview with Guido and Mark: talkpython.fm/339 Python 3.11 is 10~60% faster than Python 3.10 according to the official figures And a 1.22x speed-up with their standard benchmark suite. Arriving as stable until October Extras Michael: Python 3.10.5 is available (changelog) Raycast (vs Spotlight) e.g. CMD+Space => pypi search: Joke: Why wouldn't you choose a parrot for your next application

Aprende SecTY podcast
EP 2.28: Como hacer backup en la nube de forma segura

Aprende SecTY podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 21:14


¡Aprende SecTY! Como hacer backup en la nube de forma segura El segmento de Cloud Computing generó el año pasado aproximadamente 400 billones de dólares en ingresos. Y este año está estimado que serán uno $495 billones. Los servicios llegaron para ofrecerte beneficios y a ser mas efectivo, mas si lo utilizas para realizar backup de tu información para accederla de manera segura desde cualquier lugar del mundo. Te menciono las razones para hacer backup en la nube y los pasos principales para hacerlo de manera segura. Episodios relacionados: Ep 18: Medidas para asegurar el Cloud Computing: https://aprendesecty.libsyn.com/ep-18-medidas-para-asegurar-el-cloud-computing Anótate para el taller “Como hacer backup en la nube de manera segura usando MS OneDrive”: Anótate AQUI àhttps://aprendesecty.com/tallerbackupenlanube Si deseas capacitar a tus empleados sobre seguridad de información en tu negocio, escríbeme a itsec@sectycs.com para poder ayudarte porque ofrecemos capacitación de seguridad a grupos de usuarios para pequeños negocios. Recuerda: Entra a nuestra página de Aprende SecTY https://www.aprendesecty.com  para que puedas obtener las guías, tips y pasos que ya he compartido anteriormente de manera GRATIS. Síguenos en Facebook, Instagram, Twitter y LinkedIN como: @SecTYCS SUSCRIBETE en nuestro canal de YouTube Aprende SecTY: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1E9yilgLf5HZMQVDf_ViRw Envíame tus preguntas o recomendaciones a: itsec@sectycs.com Deja tu reseña en iTunes/Apple Podcast y compártelo con personas que necesiten mejorar la seguridad en su negocio y en su vida. Puedes escucharnos también por medio de: iTunes/Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast, Amazon Music y iHeartRadio.

On Cloud
Leveling the playing field for women in cloud computing

On Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 22:02


Look around at any cloud conference, and you'll see a lopsided ratio of men to women. Why aren't there more women in tech, and in cloud computing specifically? In this episode, David Linthicum talks with Deloitte's Lisa Noon and Appgate's Tamara Prazak about how to get more women into cloud. In the end, it comes down to bridging the STEM gap for girls early on, recruiting more women, and making their working lives more flexible. Cultural change also plays a big role in closing the gap.

The Business Credit and Financing Show
How to Start a Business on the Cloud

The Business Credit and Financing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 32:43


Leon Kuperman is a co-founder and CTO at Cast.ai as a potential guest on your show. Cast.ai ensures developers focus on building great products instead of worrying about their cloud infrastructure. Combining instant AI-driven cloud optimization with Kubernetes, this is 1 platform that: cuts cloud bills in half, boosts the power of DevOps 10X, and guarantees business continuity by preventing downtime.   Formerly a Vice President of Security Products OCI at Oracle, Leon's professional experience spans tech companies such as IBM, Tuition, and HostedPCI. He has 20+ years of experience in product management, software design, and development, all through production deployment. During the show we discuss: ● Factors to consider while selecting the best Cloud services for your company ● Which cloud platform is ideal for launching a new business ● Which cloud provider is the most suitable for a startup ● The most significant advantages of cloud computing ● How to choose the best service from the beginning  ● How much a cloud server cost for a small business ● Is cloud computing beneficial to small businesses ● Benefits of cloud computing for new businesses ● How to create a Cloud-based business quickly ● Is the cloud appropriate for a new business ● Benefits of the cloud for small businesses ● How is data kept safe in the cloud ● What infrastructure as a service is ● The purpose of cloud computing ● What platform as a service is ● Benefits of cloud computing ● What cloud computing is   Show resources:http://cast.ai/

Over The Edge
Real-time Data Intelligence with Stephanie Atkinson CEO, Founder, and Principal Analyst/Consultant, Compass Intelligence

Over The Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 48:18


This episode of Over the Edge features an interview between Matt Trifiro and Stephanie Atkinson, CEO, Founder, and Principal Analyst/Consultant at Compass Intelligence.For more than 25 years, Stephanie has provided strategic insights, key trends, market intelligence, industry modeling/forecasting, and advisory services to technology companies, enterprise executives, and government leaders across the globe. She is the founder and CEO of Compass Intelligence, a leading tech advisory and market research firm based in Texas, and recently founded vMarque.com, serving SMBs with branding, web design, and marketing. Her knowledge base and expertise are centered around telecom, IT, mobile, IoT, emerging technology, and various high-tech topics. In this episode, Stephanie talks about the hype behind the variances of edge computing, including the results from her Business Edge Report that give insights on the thought processes of business users and technology decision makers, and where money is being spent and how it is being used in the world of technology. She also talks about the future of the Internet of Things, the importance and applications of automation, and provides advice for women working in technology. ---------Key Quotes:“The one thing that I like to just hammer to my customers is I think that we over-hype technology each and every day and we need to be simplifying it. So the biggest takeaway is that we need to simplify not only how we're communicating with the customers, but we need to do our homework to better understand their ecosystem and the vendors that they're working with. That's not just technology vendors, but their entire ecosystem. Because, if we don't understand their industry and what's going on with their day to day work, then that technology is something that over-complicates some of the things that they're working on. They don't want to hear about some gizmo or IoT. They want you to help solve problems.”“We as an industry have to get away from the technology jargon and really start getting closer to our customers, applying it to their use cases, and speaking in their language. We continue to have a massive gap there. That's a big area that we help our customers with today.”“We are looking at patterns. We're applying machine learning and artificial intelligence. And, we're working to bring together the human and the digital world, as we continue to automate businesses and operations. This is the evolution that we're in right now.”---------Show Timestamps:(02:10) Stephanie's Background(04:03) Branching out into other Technologies(07:13) Benefits of IoT and Machine to Machine Communication(13:10) Compass' Client Base and Needs(14:10) Biggest Trends Not Obvious to Others  (16:36) The Metaverse isn't a Brand New Took(17:25) Getting Closer to Understanding, Supporting, and Communicating with the Customer(18:55) The Business Edge Report Results and Findings(23:49) Getting Smart with Value Added Reseller Relationships(26:30) Efforts in Edge Computing(28:52) Examples of Real-time Data Intelligence (31:26) The Importance of Security on the Edge(35:50) Hybrid Approach to Edge and Cloud Computing(37:55) Simplicity of Implementing Plug and Play Solutions(38:60) Seamless Exchange of IoT Data On a Global Scale(43:40) Having a Strategic Perspective and Plan (45:36) Advice for Women in Technology --------Sponsor:Over the Edge is brought to you by Dell Technologies to unlock the potential of your infrastructure with edge solutions. From hardware and software to data and operations, across your entire multi-cloud environment, we're here to help you simplify your edge so you can generate more value. Learn more by visiting DellTechnologies.com/SimplifyYourEdge for more information or click on the link in the show notes.--------Links:Follow Matt on TwitterConnect with Stephanie on LinkedInConnect with Stephanie on Twitterwww.Businessedgereport.comwww.CaspianStudios.com

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Angela Marafino Chats With Katie Nickels About Her Upcoming Panel: The Five Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques, And More! | RSA Conference 2022 Coverage

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 20:54


Angela Marafino chats with Katie Nickels (Red Canary) about her upcoming panel: The Five Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques, and more! Check out “The Five Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques” on Wednesday, June 8th at 11:30am PT!____________________________GuestsKatie NickelsCertified Instructor and Director of Intelligence, SANS Institute and Red Canary (@RedCanary)On Twitter | https://www.twitter.com/likethecoinsOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/katie-nickels/____________________________This Episode's SponsorsHITRUST:

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Redefining Information Security Programs | RSA Conference 2022 Coverage | Redefining CyberSecurity With Mari Galloway And James Leslie

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 49:42


On the surface, building an information security program may appear as is in its name, a single program. However, in reality, there are countless elements — sub-programs and adjacent programs, if you will — that comprise a comprehensive information security program.In this conversation, we explore the overarching program, of course, including:Who owns the programHow to secure funding for the programHow to define and measure successHow to communicate progress, accomplishments, failures, and challengesCommon best practices for a programBut, we will also look at all (or, as many as we can) of the sub-programs or adjacent programs that support the main InfoSec program. Things like network security, DevSecOps, risk management, data protection, regulatory compliance, and incident response — just to name a few.Join us for this conversation and bring your questions about how best to plan, prioritize, budget, staff, and implement a successful information security program.It's time to explore reality.____________________________GuestsMari GallowayCEO and a founding board member for the Women's Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) [@womenCyberjutsu]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/themarigalloway/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/marigallowayJames LeslieCIO at Cambridge Housing Authority [@CambHousing]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/jameseleslie/Cambridge Housing Authority | https://www.cambridge-housing.org____________________________This Episode's SponsorsHITRUST:

Federal Drive with Tom Temin
How the Defense Department will modernize its software, and what that means to contractors

Federal Drive with Tom Temin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 17:41


It's an eternal question. How to grow your business in a mature market with lots of established players. The Defense software market is as mature as any, and yet the DOD has a pervasive need to modernize its software to take into account cloud computing, the need to refresh the military strategic offset, and a host of other reasons. For the big picture of what's affecting the DOD software market, the Federal Drive turned to Frost and Sullivan industry analyst Brad Curran.

Python Bytes
#287 Surprising ways to use Jupyter Notebooks

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 27:22


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us! Support our work through: Our courses at Talk Python Training Test & Code Podcast Patreon Supporters Michael #1: auto-py-to-exe Converts .py to .exe using a simple graphical interface A good candidate to install via pipx For me, just point it at the top level app.py file and click go Can add icons, etc. Got a .app version and CLI version (I think

Cloud N Clear
EP 127 / HYPERGROWTH: SADA'S SAAS ALLIANCE, PACKETFABRIC'S CLOUD ONRAMP, AND THE FUTURE OF THE GOOGLE CLOUD MARKETPLACE

Cloud N Clear

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 31:18


RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
From asbestos removalist to cloud computing engineer

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 7:28


After a 12-week online course, Brazilian-Kiwi Thiago Canestraro pulled off an impressive career change earlier this year – from asbestos removal to IT.

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Security Implications Of Voice As The New Keyboard | What To Expect At RSA Conference 2022 | A Conversation With Voice Researcher And Disruptive Research Strategist, Rébecca Kleinberger

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 38:57


For our next Chats On The Road to RSA Conference 2022, we talk about voices, biometrics, metadata, privacy, neurology, deep fakes, and so much more. Join us for a chat to hear how your voice may be doing things for — and against — you in all aspects of life and work.About the RSAC 2022 Session, Can You Hear Me Now? Security Implications of Voice as the New Keyboard"Use of voice as a biometric identifier or as a virtual keyboard is growing. While AI/ML have vastly improved capabilities, there are challenges to relying on voice. Get it right and remove user friction and accelerate input. Get it wrong and introduce new vulnerabilities. As uses for vocal and silent speech recognition emerge and expand, security teams need to consider the potential security risks."with:Rébecca Kleinberger, Voice Researcher at MIT Media Lab [@MIT @medialab] and Disruptive Research Strategist at HARMAN International [@Harman]Jeremy Grant, Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy, Venable LLP [@jgrantindc]Lisa Lee, Chief Security Advisor/Lead for Vertical Industries and Engagement, Microsoft [@Microsoft]Tune in and be sure to join us for more from RSA Conference USA 2022!____________________________GuestRébecca KleinbergerVoice Researcher at MIT Media Lab and Disruptive Research Strategist at HARMAN InternationalOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebklein/Website | https://rebeccakleinberger.com/____________________________This Episode's SponsorsHITRUST:

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Building A Cloud-Based Pentesting Platform | What To Expect At RSA Conference 2022 | A Conversation With The Hacker Factory Podcast Host Phillip Wylie

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 17:17


For our next Chats On The Road to RSA Conference 2022, we talk about the need to advance our tools, techniques, and our environment to better handle the risks and threats facing our organization. No surprise, say hello to the cloud.About the RSAC 2022 Session with Phillip Wylie | Building a Cloud-Based Pentesting Platform“Often offensive cybersecurity professionals require a way to perform external pentesting of Internet facing targets. This ability to test externally facing systems is nothing new and has been done over the years using various configurations. In this presentation attendees will learn how to build a cloud-based pentesting environment useful to pentesters, red teamers, and bug bounty hunters.”Join us for this conversation, meet Phillip in San Francisco, and start poking at the cloud to make it rain vulnerabilities!____________________________GuestPhillip WylieOn ITSPmagazine