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In this episode, Amy answers questions from the emailbag. My new book! Sex Talks with Tweens: What to Say & How to Say It The podcast can only get you so far...The Birds & Bees Solutions Center can help you be your kid's go-to person for the sex talks. Use coupon code PODCAST for $10 off. Need more help? Schedule a Quickie Consult! Work with kids? Visit my site for professionals BBKpros.com BBK Bookstore is here. Books about consent C is for Consent Your Whole Body Consent for Kids Other resources Stop It Now – Sexual Abuse Prevention info and support RAINN – National Sexual Assault Hotline. Free. Confidential. Birds & Bees & Kids Website BARK – Monitoring and filtering (US only) Circle – Monitoring and filtering (international) Facebook Instagram
The long Fourth of July weekend is upon us, and producer Paul Karolyi hasn't planned anything — let alone an epic camping trip. Newsletter editor Peyton Garcia, on the other hand, is a camping pro. So Paul and Peyton hopped on the mics to talk through the whole process: when to start planning, getting out of REI without going broke, what gear is worth the trunk space, stepping up your campfire cookery, and the great bluetooth speaker debate! Oh, and if you're interested in an outdoor adventure minus the fossil fuels, past guest Nate Minor recently wrote a helpful guide for car-free hiking and camping for Colorado Public Radio. And if you, like Paul, neglected to book a campsite, 5280 Magazine has a great guide for booking a last-minute campsite right here. Paul mentioned our episode from earlier this year with Councilman Jolon Clark explaining why he was so excited to get Denverites to pay for trash pickup service. That plan passed City Council Monday night, so it's a perfect time to revisit that episode. Wanna see Peyton's camping checklist? She's got that and more camping tips in today's CCD newsletter: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ Do you know of a local reproductive healthcare provider in need of support? Or maybe some kind of related service provider that Denverites should know about? We want to help get the word out, so tweet at us @citycastdenver, or leave us a voicemail with your name and neighborhood, and you might hear it on the show: (720) 500-5418 Looking to advertise on City Cast Denver? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We share the details of our days from Wednesday, June 15th. You can also listen to our first day-in-the-life episode and a similar episode from two years ago if you'd like to see how our days have changed. Links we mentioned:The Penderwicks by Jeanne BirdsallYouTube Swim LessonsLife latelySarah loves physical therapy, and Abby's ebike dreams have come true.Reading latelySarah loved the YA vibes in K-pop Confidential and its sequel, K-pop Revolution, by Stephan Lee.Abby enjoyed A Lady for a Duke (queer historical romance) by Alexis Hall.Eating latelyAbby made the Smitten Kitchen Best Chocolate Pudding as a sub for the discontinued Belgian Chocolate Pudding from Trader Joe's, while Sarah enjoyed a free meal thanks to a malfunctioning credit card machine.If you'd like to join in the conversation, please leave us a comment on our show notes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find us on Instagram @friendlierpodcast. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Title: Reading Controversial Tweets with Steve Bruman In this episode (#189) of KT Confidential, The Real Estate Podcast, Adrian is joined with Steve Bruman and it's Steve's 5 year anniversary. With a bottle of Rumchata the two start the Podcast off reflecting on Steve's past and his time with the company and then move on to reading controversial tweets about the real estate market. How much do investors really contribute to escalating prices in the market? Is there a shortage of rental properties in the GTA right now? What is the future of the market? How does the cost of living impact the market today? All of that and more on KT Confidential - The Real Estate Podcast. **************************** Feeling tight on money? Want to save an extra $100 a month? Check out our Money-Saving Tips Guide below Money-Saving Tips Guide: http://kormendytrott.com/money-saving-tips/ Money-Saving Apps: https://kormendytrott.com/top-apps-to-save-and-earn-money/ **************************** Episode Breakdown: 00:00 - Intro 00:44 - Celebrating Steve's 5 Years With the Company (+ A Bottle of Rumchata) 03:18 - Steve's Past + How He Got Into Real Estate 13:56 - First Controversial Tweet ABout Investor's & Rental Properties 21:46 - Short Term Accommodations & Expenses + Retirement Plans 28:51 - Second Tweet About Investor's & Their Prices/Competition 31:28 - Talking Increase Rates & Future Predictions + Cost of Living Impacts 40:36 - Outro **************************** Watch the previous episode here: https://youtu.be/x7db_sqkRDM Catch clips and highlights of the show here: http://www.instagram.com/kormendytrott **************************** Our social: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/kormendytrott YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/kormendytrott Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kormendytrott Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/KormendyTrott Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/ktrealty LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/company/the-k... Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/KormendyTrott TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@kormendytrott?lang=en **************************** After successful careers in the automotive industry, entrepreneurs Ariel Kormendy and Adrian Trott set off to inject their passion for growing a brand and providing unrivaled service into the real estate industry. Kicking off their careers in 2011, they quickly became a top-performing team in Canada. Originally a team of two real estate agents in Milton, The KT Team quickly grew to a large team of exceptional REALTORS®, an administrative department and an in-house media department, taking their proven processes and unique services across most of the Golden Horseshoe. Follow them on social for behind-the-scenes footage, real estate tips, industry secrets and more.
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Ladies and gentlemen #TheOpenTabsPodcast is at it's best when we have guests and on this episode we had the pleasure of having our dynamic and vivacious Spelman sister Heather Joy Thompson join us to discuss 1997's L.A. Confidential. Directed by Curtis Hanson and starring Kim Bassinger, Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, and Guy Pearce this film has lasted the test of time and holds up incredibly well. We hit all the high points (and the one or two low points) about this film. All of the elements are here and Heather brings the heat. She will definitely be back with us in the near future. Check us out on your favorite streaming podcast service or youtube. Subscribe so you know when we have a new episode and make sure you give us a like. We are #TheOpenTabsPodcast and we appreciate you!
Joe is worried about the mental health of artificial intelligence, Darren has unraveled a major conspiracy around his upcoming birthday, and Joe is feeling left out and a little unsettled by a new casual uniform rapidly taking over the GoLoud offices.
Global Underwater Explorers (GUE) is sponsoring a diving scholarship - the NextGen Scholarship. The deadline for this program is July 1. Listen for more information on the specifics of the entry requirements and the benefits offered by this scholarship. The Crown of Thorns starfish can cause havoc on the reef. Now there is a simple solution for controlling the predator - kitchen vinegar. Seems it is effective without causing adverse impacts. A tech diving team - Darkstar recently completed an expedition to the WW I wreck of the SS Libourne. The ship was sunk by a German U-Boat in 1918. The Libourne was carrying a unique cargo. Listen for more details. REEF is having their 13th annual Florida Key Lionfish Derby and Festival this September. Early bird registration ends August 9th. Scuba Diver Destinations - a publication from the Scuba Diver brand was introduced in 2019 to serve the US and Canada markets. With that in mind, the magazine is being rebranded as Scuba Diver North America. In this installment of Sea Hunt It's Still Alive I review a season 4 episode titled Confidential Mission. In this episode, Mike is on a secret mission for the government to try and get pictures of an underwater missile system being installed just off the coast of a Caribbean island. Mike gets into an underwater fight with two bad divers, gets away and tosses a grenade at them. But there is more. Check out Confidential Mission here on Scuba Shack Radio.
Host Scott duPont and Casey Tennyson discuss the entire process of her getting into her very first film investment.
Norm opens the show with an update on the New Fairfield Fire Department's announcement of an internal investigation and the lack of transparency in how it was reported by the Hearst-owned, local print newspaper. Why report the tease and not the story? What was so inflammatory? It turns out, the inflammatory comments from a firefighter are alleged related to Juneteenth and the Confederate Flag. Norm speculates on the type of comment that might have formed the basis of the internal investigation, silly or not. Norm references the recent civil lawsuit stemming from crowd chants at a high school sports event and analyzes the legal merits of such an emotional distress claim. The main event of this segment is Norm's analysis of the legal evidentiary standards attendant to hearsay evidence. Why? Well, the New York Times has reported that the J6 Select Committee is relying on hearsay testimony of a confidential witness. Norm queries: how is this the best quality evidence the House Select Committee has amassed after such a prolonged and resource-intensive investigation? Moreover, is the Select Committee's preoccupation with the J6 investigation—one that has turned out to be lackluster and undisciplined—is now threatening to have a disproportionate negative effect on the due process required for the lawful prosecution of the J6 defendants, including Proud Boy Joe Biggs. Norm gives listeners a crash course on the evidentiary concept of hearsay, how it functions, and what is not hearsay either by definition or by exception. How is Joe Biggs to reasonably expect a fair and impartial jury, and thus due process, in an environment where an announcement has been made that the President of the United States organized an attempted coup based on the unsworn testimony of an unnamed witness? Norm updates on a recent Rasmussen Poll of everday Americans' concerns, including immigration, inflation, rising crime, and more. He then closes with remarks about Steven Bannon's predicament now that he has ignored the subpoena power of the Select Committee pursuant to its investigation. Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC 600AM/107.3FM. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter.
In this episode (#188) of KT Confidential, The Real Estate Podcast, Ariel and Adrian and sharing some of their most annoying moments they had to deal with as realtors. Adrian starts off the podcast with his storytime about an accepted offer and poor communication. What kind of consequences were faced? What was the aftermath? Ariel follows with a nightmare storytime involving poor presentation, ghosting and unrealistic expectations. Adrian then finishes the podcast off with a storytime about lockboxes and a debate over walking distance. At what point is something considered walking distance? Does a home's smell turn a buyer off? What happens when you decide to ghost Ariel for an entire day? All of that and more on KT Confidential - The Real Estate Podcast. **************************** Feeling tight on money? Want to save an extra $100 a month? Check out our Money-Saving Tips Guide below Money-Saving Tips Guide: http://kormendytrott.com/money-saving-tips/ Money-Saving Apps: https://kormendytrott.com/top-apps-to-save-and-earn-money/ **************************** Episode Breakdown: 00:00 - Intro 00:40 - Introducing Topic “Stupid Shit Realtors Deal With” 01:25 - Adrian's Accepted Offer and Unresponsive Realtor Story 09:10 - The Aftermath + Percentages Talk 11:41 - Ariel's Nightmare Storytime About a Recurring Client and a Ghosting Realtor 20:31 - How Much Presentation/Smells Matter In Showings 23:07 - Ariel's Ghosting Story and Vent 30:03 - Realtor's Talk Zoo Animals 32:13 - The Conclusion to Ariel's Realtor Horror Storytime 38:17 - Adrian's Unreasonable Lockbox + Walking Distance Story 41:49 - Outro **************************** Watch the previous episode here: https://youtu.be/yo_4O0De35k Catch clips and highlights of the show here: http://www.instagram.com/kormendytrott **************************** Our social: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/kormendytrott YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/kormendytrott Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kormendytrott Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/KormendyTrott Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/ktrealty LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/company/the-k... Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/KormendyTrott TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@kormendytrott?lang=en **************************** After successful careers in the automotive industry, entrepreneurs Ariel Kormendy and Adrian Trott set off to inject their passion for growing a brand and providing unrivalled service into the real estate industry. Kicking off their careers in 2011, they quickly became a top-performing team in Canada. Originally a team of two real estate agents in Milton, The KT Team quickly grew to a large team of exceptional REALTORS®, an administrative department and an in-house media department, taking their proven processes and unique services across most of the Golden Horseshoe. Follow them on social for behind-the-scenes footage, real estate tips, industry secrets and more.
This podcast interview session will take a look into our mobile devices (super computers in our pocket) and the built in (or lack there of) security around them. Can we rely on our devices out of box as long as they're managed or has the time come where we need to take mobile security to the next level? Questions that David will ask speaker: 1. Mobile devices are essentially a smaller version of a computer that can fit in your pocket. They're on us and in use almost all the time. Confidential information flows to, from and through them, yet we don't seem to secure them to the same level as a computer. Is that because they're just secure out of the box? Or are we missing something? 2. What types of threats and attacks should we be concerned about with our mobile devices? 3. A lot of organizations may say we use MDM (mobile device management) to secure our mobile fleet of devices. Is an MDM sufficient? 4. If out of the box security and usage of an MDM is not quite enough, what addition protections should we be looking at? 5. How should different usage patterns and user interfaces of mobile devices factor into an organization's model of the mobile security threat and mobile security solutions? 6.Obviously budgets and staff have an influence on just how much security you can deploy and manage. What would be the top 3 items that all businesses and mobile users should put into place to help protect their mobile devices? Moderator: @David Whale - Director Information Security, Fasken Martineau Dumoulin LLP Speaker: @Seth Hallem - CEO & Chief Architect, Mobile Helix Recorded on 06-17-2022
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First, Max and Corey break down Corey's NHL Draft Confidential piece in which he talks to various NHL personnel about the top names in 2022 NHL Draft, including Shane Wright, Matthew Savoie, Connor Geekie, Brad Lambert, and more, as well as discuss Corey's attribute grades for this year's draft class. Then, Daily Faceoff's Chris Peters joins the show and he and Corey debate a few of the prospects they've ranked differently on their boards, including Logan Cooley at the top of Chris' list, Frank Nazar, Lian Bichsel, and Nathan Gaucher. Plus, to close things out, the guys open up the mailbag and listener questions about comparing Frank Nazar and Dylan Larkin in his draft year, if Nathan MacKinnon's somewhat disappointing draft year is comparable to Shane Wright's, how much the COVID-19-cancelled OHL season can impact prospects' development curve, what pick in this year's draft Corey would trade for Kaapo Kakko right now, Memorial Cup power rankings, prospects with first-round upside likely to be available in the second round, concerns about prospects pursuing college hockey on their path to the NHL, and where would the guys go if they could take an all-expenses paid trip anywhere in the world. And, right now, you can get a 6 month subscription to The Athletic for just $1 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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We are back for the 5th installment of the Mixed Auntie Confidential with Auntie TaRessa Stovall. And today we are talking about multiple aspects of intersectionality.You can follow the Mixed Auntie Confidential Blog here.* * *You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed* * *Produced and Edited by Sharmane Fury Music by: David Bogan, the One - https://www.dbtheone.com/* * *Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or send me an email at Sharmane@militantlymixed.com.* * *Militantly Mixed is a fan-sponsored podcast, if you are enjoying the show please consider sponsoring us on Patreon, Paypal, & Cash.App today! Thank you.This is a ManeHustle Media Podcast.Turn your side hustle into your ManeHustle.
This week, the elves are joined by Brother Christmas himself, Todd Killian of Christmas Clatter to discuss the questionably Christmassy movie, L.A. Confidential, starring Kim Basinger, Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce, and Kevin Spacey. Hear the joyful debate on the status of this movie, our take on film noir, and multiple attempts to end the episode. Grab a chilled Christmas drink, sit by the pool, and enjoy!
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Pastors and church leaders must be careful when promising confidentiality. Josh and Sam discuss the particulars of clergy privilege. Breaking confidence is sometimes necessary, and they discuss some specific examples on this episode. Also, what should you tell your spouse regarding sensitive church matters? They offer two different perspectives. Episode Sponsor: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary builds strong theological foundations for men and women to fulfill God's calling. They have trained and commissioned more than 46,000 graduates to serve in local churches and global mission fields. Southwestern combines the highest standards of research and scholarship with vigorous training for real-world ministry — missions, evangelism, discipleship, preaching, and worship.
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This is a solid Film Noir with a twist ending and the best set of bad guys in Kansas City Confidential (1952) The Coyote's Tale, a noir mystery by John Cornelison is available on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle Support the show with a purchase from Merch SPREAD THE WORD! If you enjoyed this episode head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review, and subscribe! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcast Find us at: Libsyn Page Ganna Amazon Music Spotify Radiodotcom We would love to get your feedback! Email firstname.lastname@example.org Read more at classicmovierev.com
Amy talks with sex and intimacy coach Leah Carey in this 'can't miss' episode. Leah Carey Sex & Intimacy Coach - https://www.leahcarey.com/ My new book! Sex Talks with Tweens: What to Say & How to Say It The podcast can only get you so far...The Birds & Bees Solutions Center can help you be your kid's go-to person for the sex talks. Use coupon code PODCAST for $10 off. There are multiple ways to pay, so if you need a monthly, yearly or a one-time payment you are good to go! Need more help? Schedule a Quickie Consult! Work with kids? Visit my site for professionals BBKpros.com Other resources Stop It Now – Sexual Abuse Prevention info and support RAINN – National Sexual Assault Hotline. Free. Confidential. Birds & Bees & Kids Website BARK – Monitoring and filtering (US only) Circle – Monitoring and filtering (international) Facebook Instagram
In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
John and Billy recap the "Panthers Confidential" documentary, as well as a deep-dive into some of the new additions to the roster. Will the defense take a step back? How good can this offensive line be? Jump in for the 411! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Actor and activist James Cromwell has gone from “Succession's” Uncle Ewan to real-life supergluin' — pasting his hand to a midtown Manhattan Starbucks counter on Tuesday to protest the coffee chain's extra charge for plant-based milk. The 82-year-old Oscar nominee, known for “Babe: Pig in the City” and “L.A. Confidential,” channeled his role as the crotchety, anti-capitalist brother of a billionaire media mogul for the protest organized by the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Cromwell sat on the Starbucks counter wearing a "Free the Animals" T-shirt and read a statement denouncing the surcharge for vegan milk alternatives. “When will you stop raking in huge profits while customers, animals and the environment suffer?” he demanded as fellow activists streamed the protest on Facebook. Cromwell glued his hand to the counter, then later used a knife to scrape it off. Police said there were no arrests. Starbucks outlets in the United States charge 50 cents to a dollar more for drinks made with plant-based milks. “Customers can customize any beverage on the menu with a non-dairy milk, including soy milk, coconut milk, almond milk, and oat milk for an additional cost (similar to other beverage customizations such as an additional espresso shot or syrup)," a Starbucks spokesperson said in a statement. “Pricing varies market by market.” The spokesperson said Starbucks respects customers' right to voice their opinions “so long as it does not disrupt our store operations.” Cromwell, nominated for an Academy Award for his role as the farmer in “Babe,” is a veteran protester who was charged with trespassing in 2017 for interrupting an orca show at SeaWorld in San Diego. This article was provided by The Associated Press.
This week, the C3 gang reacts to the latest Panthers Confidential and gives their takes on the inner workings of the Panthers' war room and draft-day decisions! Also, should the Panthers consider making upgrades to their uniforms? The guys also give their top 5 QB's in the NFL as of 2022? All this plus YOUR Cat Calls! Hit the notification bell to get updated on when we go live and make sure you catch our flagship C3 Podcast every Tuesday night at 9 PM! #KeepPounding Tony @cat_chronicles Cody @CodyLac CK @codizzle_allen Greg @thebatdaddy52 Call into the show at 252-228-5098. Discord: https://discord.gg/F2PsuxZC Enjoying the Show? Consider donating to Cash app $TrueKing1111, or paypal.me/tonydunnC3, paypal.me/Codylac Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Carolina Panthers digital team once again released a behind-the-scenes look at the Panthers draft process in "Panthers Confidential". This year, the series took an in-depth look at the selection of Charlotte-area native Ickey Ekwonu along with the Panthers trading up for Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral. Julian Council provided his takeaways from the show, what he learned and what he wishes the team would've revealed. Plus, Julian ponders which rookie needs to have the biggest impact for the Panthers in 2022. Is it Ekwonu playing at left tackle or Corral stepping into the solidify the quarterback position? Or is it someone like Amare Barno who could step into an edge rusher spot opposite of Brian Burns? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKED ON SPORTS listeners get $50 off purchases of $500 or more using code LOCKEDON. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Yesterday, the Panthers released their Camp Confidential focused on the draft. This covered some amazing information and insight as to which guys we were going for and why--the qualities we admire in our picks. Also, the Hornets are still on the search for a head coach. What will the team look like next season?
On Episode 3 of QUEER CITY CONFIDENTIAL, Alix and Sam talk about success and failure with dating apps and IRL hookups, and Sam's recent short-lived romance. Alix's neighbor Gary pops by and weighs in on Sam's "angry beaver" behavior. Tune in to find out what that means.... For more information about QUEER CITY CONFIDENTIAL with comedy writing team Sherrie Fell and Kyle McClure, follow @queercityconfidential on Instagram QUEER CITY CONFIDENTIAL on jasoncharles.net Podcast Network is sponsored by DYKE BEER. Dyke Beer was founded by two queer activists in Brooklyn to introduce the city to a beer brewed in the name of supporting queer spaces and promoting LGBTQ+ history. Dyke Beer is an American saison with balanced notes of black tea, camomile, white pepper and bubblegum. Follow them on Instagram to keep up with their locations and events @dykebeer ...you don't have to be a dyke to drink DYKE BEER! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone open the show discussing the Hurricanes taking Game 5 last night, update some of the latest storylines from around college football and recap the first edition of this year's Panthers confidential. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Before Film Seizure takes the summer off, the guys decide to go out with one of the better films they've covered in 225 episodes - 1997's L.A. Confidential! Film Seizure will be taking Summer 2022 off. Come back and join us In late summer or early fall for episode #226!
Steve chats with the host of Crime Scene Confidential, Alina Burroughs. Alina recounts her career as a CSI and what lead her to hosting a TV show on Investigation Discovery. On top of that she shares some of her most intense and bizarre stories from her career. Check out Alina's show on Discovery Plus! https://www.discoveryplus.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwhLKUBhDiARIsAMaTLnGsNXTH11OXl388GUTC1a3QYcBRjrqw_HnUdC5SKVnfYaghzNoiq9QaAgGjEALw_wcB Support/Donate! https://thingspolicesee.com/donate/ Shop Merch / Subscribe / be a guest / Contact www.thingspolicesee.com Join the FB community! https://www.facebook.com/thingspolicesee/ Background consultation - Ken@policebackground.net
En esta entrevista tengo el placer de charlar con Chloe Pueyo, una de las fundadoras de City Confidential, una newsletter local de Madrid que te descubre planes confidenciales para aprovechar la capital.Ojo porque ya trabajan en el proyecto más de 10 personas y Chloe nos cuenta cómo ha sido el crecimiento de esta newsletter que tiene más de 12 años y qué proyectos han ido surgiendo alrededor.¡Te va a encantar!Su newsletter: https://city-confidential.com/Todas las notas del episodio: https://chusnaharro.com/city-confidential/Suscríbete a mi newsletter para newsletteros en https://chusnaharro.com/Apúntate al podcast premium Creando Newsletters en https://creandonewsletters.com/
In this episode of Cyber Security Inside What That Means, Camille continues to dive into the idea of confidential computing and trust execution environments with Ron Perez, Intel Fellow, Chief Security Architect, CTO Office. The conversation covers: - What confidential computing and trust execution environments are. - Why we need them, and what data needs to be inside them. - How confidential computing works in something like the cloud. - Balancing security with usage and effectiveness using confidential computing. ...and more. Don't miss it! The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation. Here are some key takeaways: - Security is a very broad term. It can be making sure there are no vulnerabilities in products and also tapping into new capabilities and features for customers. The latter is where Ron focuses, because he wants to make sure technology is not limiting people, but is allowing them to do things they wouldn't or couldn't do before. - An example of this is cloud computing. It makes things more efficient and easier to be shared, but it also comes with security vulnerabilities. So new security needs to be developed to assure the safety of the work in these environments. - A perfect security situation is essentially encasing your computer in cement and not using it. But that's not very useful. People are wanting to do more, share more, and connect more in industry today, which creates a huge challenge. This is why security architects and technologists exist, and why they have so much job security. - Although ransomware is incredibly important to address and focus on right now, it is also the case that we are constantly connecting our networks and striving for computing on a global scale. This might magnify any threat or vulnerability because of the connections. - The idea of “break once, run everywhere” is going to become a real problem with how interconnected our systems are becoming. This is why security assurance is so important, and why we need to move back to focusing on this as an industry. - We have moved past the point of being able to use paper (except maybe for something like voting) because of the speed and connectivity of everything. That's why we have things like zero trust, down to the smallest pieces of software and hardware. - Zero trust and confidential computing are complimentary. Confidential computing is about protecting data in use, by doing the computing in a trusted execution environment that is hardware based. - Why is it difficult to protect data while it's in use? It's being accessed by several different things: memory, processors, another compute engine, the software you're using to do something to the data… There may be copies of it as the software is optimizing, and there is a lot happening to it at once. - A trusted execution environment is focused on confidentiality. It is also about protecting the data and seeing if the data and code have been modified in any way. At a minimum, it must do these two things. - A software like Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX) can separate what code and data is inside the trusted environment and what is outside, and creates a strong separation between the two. - SGX also protects the memory that the code and data are in during the processing and use, and encrypts it. There are softwares that are also trying to support multiple environments at different levels of capability. - In the past, computer security has been based on a hierarchy, needing to trust your data, the software, the OS, the hardware, and more. You have to secure everything under your data as well. With confidential computing, you only need to trust your data and the environment. - Being about to only need to trust those two things is really powerful when you think on a global, interconnected scale. When your code is running across the globe, confidential computing helps you assure that it is protected. - Because the cloud has grown so much in how much it's being used, there is some worry about who has access to data in it, and the possibility that someone could access it. We're relying a lot on the ethics of the people running the security. It is about the capability to access it more than anything. - Confidential computing now allows those providers to say that they absolutely cannot see their data. You are just paying for their resources and their bandwidth. It is not based on their own ethical code, they physically cannot see it. Some interesting quotes from today's episode: “Security is very broad. It applies to so many things. And in fact, just saying security is not enough, because everybody will have a different image in their head of what that means.” - Ron Perez “But as a security technologist, you realize that yeah, sharing is not necessarily a good thing. That's where bad things happen. So we need new technologies to provide assurances, security assurances - confidence, basically - that you still have the same safety in terms of the security of your workloads in that environment that you can't control.” - Ron Perez “We're really trying to do computing on a global scale. We have a number of cloud service providers and telco providers, etc. All these networks and all these systems are going to be linked together… That massive scale is the part I'm worried about, because now any little vulnerability can be magnified because, most likely, we're using these same technologies everywhere else. So the break once, run everywhere problem is going to be huge.” - Ron Perez “Voting, for example, is probably an area where we should look at still having paper. Other than that, the speed of everything we're doing today really won't allow us to go back to those days. Even those systems that had back then. So what is a server, and can you put it in a silo?” - Ron Perez “The past 40, 50, 60 years now, we've been figuring out how to secure data when it's being stored, at rest, and when it's in transit, over network. That's been the whole purpose of computing security and the research and all the developments we've had. But we've missed this whole in-use part.” - Ron Perez “We're talking about when the homomorphic encryption first reemerged as a real possibility on the scene in 2009, they were thousands of orders of magnitude to worse performance. We've got that down now to just a few orders of magnitude, but even that obviously is not practical for most workloads. So we still have this need for what we can do short of that until we get to that nirvana.” - Ron Perez “Confidential computing now allows us to say, okay, you can take the thing that you care about that you want to protect, and the hardware which implements these trusted execution environments, and that's all you have to trust. You don't have to trust any of the operating system, the hypervisor, the other applications, the other middleware on the platform, the other firmware on the platform. All you have to do is trust those two things.” - Ron Perez
In this episode of Cyber Security Inside What That Means, Camille breaks down and defines confidential computing with Amy Santoni, Intel Fellow, Design Engineering Group, and Chief Xeon Security Architect, Datacenter Processor Architecture. The conversation covers: - What confidential computing is and why it is important. - Why confidential computing is a focus of cybersecurity development right now. - What a trusted execution environment is. - What to put in a trusted execution environment and what data is safe to stay out. ...and more. Don't miss it! The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation. Here are some key takeaways: - Xeon is a line of processors in the server space that Intel produces. This is what Amy works in. - Confidential computing is about protecting data as it is being processed. It is protecting it while it is processing in the CPU. Experts have really figured out how to protect data where it is stored and while it is being transmitted, so now it is about while it is in use. - The reason we are getting to this now, is that it follows how the attacks have happened. The attacks started at what is on your disks, then intercepting in transit, and now this is where attacks are happening. - An example of this happening that is current is COVID x-rays. There are many x-rays, and AI models have been trained to look at those x-rays and automate and improve the accuracy of diagnosis. The data for training these AI models is coming from hospitals, while preserving the privacy of the patients. But securing that data and information while training and using the AI is part of confidential computing. - There are many layers to this protection, including protecting the environment from being tricked by someone. For example, we don't want an environment to think it's running on a secure Intel server when it is not. And we need protections to keep that from happening. - So why not put everything in a trusted execution environment? There are a few reasons. The first is that it is not free. Another is that there is a lot of software enabling to make this work, and it isn't the simplest process. There is a balance of resources and how much the data needs to be protected. - There are different types of trusted execution environments that work at different levels of your software and hardware. It could be at the app level, or the OS level. You can choose what parts of your data and even parts of your software go into these environments. - There is a lot of hesitancy for people using the cloud for storing their data, because it is in a place with many other people's data. Confidential computing is important for this, because it makes each person's lock, or walls around their data, unique. So even if my data and your data are next to each other, I can't access yours and you can't access mine. - COVID helped us realize that we needed agility in computing, but there was a push to do this before COVID as well. The desire to protect data at every part of the process, including when it is being processed, has been being looked at for a while. Even during the Snowden times. - It is difficult to predict how much of our hardware and software will be in these environments, and the projections for growth vary widely. However, it is all growth projections, and all of them are large increases. - Another industry trend is standardizing communication from how diverse it is across servers so that all the components work together. Another is working on the safety of computer memory, and how the software and hardware work together on that. - Physical protection has also become increasingly important as technology increases in our world. From Facebook and phones to the mall and the football stadium to a console, this has become very important. As data travels, it needs to be protected as well from someone physically trying to access the data. Some interesting quotes from today's episode: “Confidential computing is really focused on while [data] is being used. So the other ones we've solved, and then confidential computing, the new part, is: ‘hey, while I'm computing this data, let's make sure it's confidential and it's protected.'” - Amy Santoni “It followed the attack vectors. If you think about how malware started, it started corrupting things on your disk. And then people started putting sniffers or using things at the network site to intercept things between point A and point B. So this is where the attacks are going and where we need to start protecting.” - Amy Santoni “That's the trusted execution environment. It's a new environment and new hardware protections to protect the code and data within that trusted execution environment. Secure enclaves is a particular trusted execution environment.” - Amy Santoni “You can split your app into these trusted and untrusted parts, but again, the level of detail and the level of software enabling is greater in that second case. It reduces the attack surface to the smallest possible one, because you're just cutting out part of your app and saying, ‘this is the most critical part that I want to protect.' And all the rest of the app is untrusted. It can't get to that data.” - Amy Santoni “What confidential computing is bringing is extra confidence that I can take these things that maybe I wasn't comfortable taking to cloud before, and move them to cloud. And I have this extra hardware layer of protection to keep my data private from other people running on the same machine, but also from the cloud service provider, from that virtual machine monitor that happens to be running.” - Amy Santoni “I think that there was a push for this even before COVID, the move to protect the data while it's being computed. I think people have recognized that for a while. I don't know that I have a good example of a catalyst other than the one I'm familiar with, which is, like I said, we've called it the Snowden effect. When people realized that the government could get to some data that they didn't think they could get to.” - Amy Santoni “We've heard Microsoft say they think that the majority of their cloud, let's call it infrastructure, as a service will be running in some trusted execution environment this decade. So that's the projections - like the growth projections for the growth of confidential compute vary from 5x to 20x.” - Amy Santoni “What we're trying to do is make sure that all of those processing places along the path have, again, from a security centric point of view, have a trusted execution environment. They don't all have to be the same necessarily, but have some protection. So whether I'm processing here or processing there, I have some protection for my data.” - Amy Santoni
Parcast's newest show takes you into the minds of history's greatest detectives during the biggest cases of their careers. Every week, follow in their footsteps as they hunt down suspects and solve “perfect” crimes. Scotland Yard Confidential is produced in partnership with Noiser. Start listening here, then follow Scotland Yard Confidential for new episodes every Thursday! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join host, Carl Amari, for a radio re-broadcast of Barry Craig, Confidential Investigator. Featuring narration by William Gargan and Ralph Bell.A popular whodunnit detective series that aired on NBC from aired from 1951 until 1955, the series was based around the thrilling investigations of New York detective Barry Craig (William Gargan). Billed as "Your man when you can't go to the cops," Barry Craig solved his cases efficiently and liked to work alone. Unlike his contemporaries Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe, Craig's character had a laid back personality, contrary to the popular hard-boiled stereotype that was dominating various radio detective series of the period. The series featured a well rounded supporting cast including Ralph Bell, Elspeth Eric, and Santos Ortega, and was broadcast from New York until 1954, when it had then moved to LA before ultimately ending its broadcast run in 1955.Originally airing 3/9/1955, get ready for another nail-biting detective adventure in this week's episode of "Corpse on the Town," with Barry Craig!Enjoying The Film Detective?You can watch this episode here.Or connect with us here:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeWant even more? Subscribe to our Newsletter here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode, Jesse and Derek are discussing where the D-backs are on everyone's power rankings, how big the four-game series with the Dodgers really is, and your Mailbag Monday questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
'Sonja Henie's Tutu'? A 'Full Chicago'? For the uninitiated, Tom and Ray take a moment to provide an insider's guide to a few of Car Talk's shorthand phrases while still finding time to 'help' Toni and others with their car problems. Also, the first mention of perennial puzzler foil 'Krusty' the mechanic as part of the new puzzler on this episode of The Best of Car Talk.
Jay Wylie, Veteran Coordinator/Operations Manager at Confidential Recovery, San Diego, is a Southern California native who served as a Naval Officer for 22 years. However, a serious drinking problem derailed that career and returned him to civilian life. Facing the same dark crossroad that all substance abusers face, Jay chose recovery and is now 9 years sober, is very active in the 12-Step community and is completing his certification as a Substance Use Disorder Counselor. He currently resides in San Diego with his wife and 2 children. View YouTube Video Here https://youtu.be/Vu66R6mwG9s Jay Wylie's Links Website https://www.confidentialrecovery.com/?fbclid=IwAR3acJOT_ixqi3XFW69L9BRuONj645uql7lkB7uw1TiUHLsw1ukOjCfEQ8g LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaywylie/ Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour (Podcast and Personal) Cell Number 619-993-2738 Linktree: https://pos.li/2jp89q Email, Scott Scott@yourcrisiscoach.com
Medspa Confidential is a foundational text for the med spa industry. Although full of seriously valuable information, the book is very readable, has a great conversational tone, and scenes from Carol and Sara's lives are so emotionally poignant that they have readers alternately laughing and crying--sometimes on the same page. I think some of the most profound chapters are "Exit Strategies" and "The University": teaching a generation of elite practitioners is not just a good idea--it is one of the best ways to create value for your business. In that vein, another big idea presented is about investing in innovation is that, "a tech company in the aesthetics space is much more valuable than an aesthetics business that uses technology." Carol and Sara have given their best to give a behind the scenes tour of owning, growing and exiting a MedSpa Business using their unique skills of lifting others and being relentlessly helpful! Buy the book here!
This Time Around, Melissa and Kate are discussing Everwood #117 Everwood Confidential. Andy and Harold try to prove an old man's innocence while investigating a cold case. Meanwhile, Ephram asks Laynie out on another date but struggles to keep his feelings for Amy in check. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram Artwork - Kathryn Olivieri Music - "Adventures of the Deaf Dreamer (INSTRUMENTAL)" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com
The Globe Building's new “sensitive compartmented information facility” brings new opportunities to St. Louis-based geospatial intelligence firms that require a classified environment to conduct business. Geospatial intelligence and national security expert Keith Masback shares what the facility brings to the region.
We are back for the 4th installment of the Mixed Auntie Confidential with Auntie TaRessa Stovall. And today we are talking about White Passing? White Presenting? White Assumed? Are these terms accurate, aspirational or something else.You can follow the Mixed Auntie Confidential Blog here.* * *You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed* * *Produced and Edited by Sharmane Fury Music by: David Bogan, the One - https://www.dbtheone.com/* * *Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or send me an email at Sharmane@militantlymixed.com.* * *Militantly Mixed is a fan-sponsored podcast, if you are enjoying the show please consider sponsoring us on Patreon, Paypal, & Cash.App today! Thank you.This is a ManeHustle Media Podcast.Turn your side hustle into your ManeHustle.
Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke are joined by Mr. Rocketeer himself, Billy Campbell, all the way from Norway! Billy talks about his passion for sailing, his favorite scenes from the episode, and how he talked his way into letting the character, Carter Buckely, have a beard. The O.C Confidential Synopsis: Sandy, Ryan, and Seth devise a plan to save Trey from going to jail after he took the fall for supplying drugs at his birthday party. Kirsten and Carter grow closer as they take a trip to Featherbrook's winery for a wine tasting party. Seth, Summer, and Zach attend a party to discuss their upcoming graphic novel and Caleb returns from his trip questioning his marriage to Julie. Leave the OC, Bitches a message: https://www.speakpipe.com/ocbitches Please support our sponsors: Butcherbox is a subscription service that takes the guesswork out of finding high-quality meat. Sign up at https://wwww.butcherbox.com/theoc and 2 lbs of ground beef free in every order for the life of your membership. Cocofloss is like a loofah for your teeth - it's a woven floss made up of more than 500 textured interwoven filaments. Go to https://www.cocofloss.me/oc to get 20% off sitewide and free shipping. Function of Beauty is the world's first fully customizable hair care that creates individually-filled shampoos, conditioners, styling, and treatment formulas based on your hair now, and where you want it to go. Go to https://www.functionofbeauty.com/oc to 25% off your first order. Hiya fills in the most common gaps in modern children's diets to provide the full-body nourishment our kids need with a yummy taste they love. Go to https://www.hiyahealth.com/theoc to receive 50% off your first order. Follow @rachelbilson and @themelindaclarke on Instagram See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.