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Free Crush Live Poker Podcast
Free Crush Live Poker Podcast No. 13: The Rio is a Dump and Small Stakes Exploits 19 and 20

Free Crush Live Poker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 29:55


Bart discusses the recent events at the WSOP at the Rio and covers small Stakes Exploit No: 19 "Attacking small preflop raise sizing over several limps."0:00:05 -- Bart discusses his experience in the $1500 mixed O8 event as well as talks about how the Rio is a shithole.0:06:05 -- Exploit 19 of the Definitive Guide to Small Stakes Exploits -- "Attacking small preflop sizing over several limps."0:15:10 -- Smmall Stakes Exploit 20 -- Under defend to preflop 3 bets.

SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast
Breakfast With Benz Podcast (10/13)--Can the Steelers exploit Seattle without Russell Wilson?

SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 14:03


Huddle Up Podcast's show
BTB #237: Examining Whether Denver has the Sand to Exploit Raiders' Turmoil

Huddle Up Podcast's show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 75:55


Nick Kendell and Carl Dumler examine the whirlwind that has consumed the #Raiders in the wake of #JonGruden's disgrace and whether the #Broncos have the sand to exploit it in Week 6. SHOW NOTES Merch: http://huddleuppod.com/ Nick Kendell Twitter: https://twitter.com/NickKendellMHH Carl Dumler: https://twitter.com/CarlDumlerMHH Bang it here for more Broncos coverage: http://milehighhuddle.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Ethereum Daily - Crypto News Briefing
490k COMP Tokens At Risk Of Exploit

Ethereum Daily - Crypto News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 5:27


Quick Take Compound Finance has an estimated $150 million worth of COMP at risk of being exploited. Infinity, a decentralized NFT marketplace, launched offering an airdrop to OpenSea users. Coinbase has implemented EIP-1559 for 95% of its Ethereum transactions. Ethereum Name Service has added NFT support for ENS profiles.   Read more: https://ether.fm/040

Today in America
490k COMP Tokens At Risk Of Exploit

Today in America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 5:27


Quick Take Compound Finance has an estimated $150 million worth of COMP at risk of being exploited. Infinity, a decentralized NFT marketplace, launched offering an airdrop to OpenSea users. Coinbase has implemented EIP-1559 for 95% of its Ethereum transactions. Ethereum Name Service has added NFT support for ENS profiles.   Read more: https://ether.fm/040

Kwadwo Boateng Bempah
145 A/G Greater Accra West Youth Camp 2021 Day 5: Anointing For Exploit

Kwadwo Boateng Bempah

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 129:52


Bookey App 30 mins Book Summaries Knowledge Notes and More
Only the Paranoid Survive: How to Exploit the Crisis Points That Challenge Every Company and Career by Andrew S. Grove

Bookey App 30 mins Book Summaries Knowledge Notes and More

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 12:59


The first business leader to be labeled "paranoid" was Andrew Grove, the book's author. Grove was the most legendary CEO in Intel's history. In 1968, Grove participated in the founding of Intel Corporation.He single-handedly built Intel into one of the world's largest technology companies. The term "paranoid" in this book refers to the ability and determination of a leader to come forward during a life-or-death moment and save the day. In other words the ability to lead the team out of the valley of death using solid willpower and absolute conviction. The road of life is long, but only a few steps are critical. This also applies to enterprises. These key steps often determine the fate of an enterprise: when the enterprise is on the right track, it can obtain sustainable growth.Andrew Grove calls these critical steps "strategic inflection points" for the enterprise. They are usually caused by technological revolutions or changes in competitors and user groups.

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE
Quel exploit fut réalisé par Annie Edson Taylor ?

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 2:13


Annie Edson Taylor est la première personne à avoir descendu les chutes du Niagara enfermée dans un tonneau et à avoir survécu à cette chute vertigineuse. Mais elle ne tira guère de profit de son exploit.Un plongeon dans un tonneauNée en 1838, Annie Edson Taylor eut une vie assez mouvementée. Orpheline de père à 12 ans, elle perd son mari après quelques années de mariage. Institutrice puis professeur de danse, elle change souvent d'emploi.Aussi, parvenue à l'âge de la retraite, elle doit s'assurer une certaine sécurité financière en prévision de ses vieux jours. Pour cela, elle trouve une solution pour le moins originale.Elle décide, le 24 octobre 1901, de descendre les chutes du Niagara enfermée dans un tonneau. Elle en fait fabriquer un sur mesure. En chêne, le baril est renforcé par des éléments métalliques et équipé d'un matelas, pour amortir les chocs. Des trous sont ménagés, pour lui permettre de respirer.Annie prend place à l'intérieur du tonneau, dont le couvercle est vissé. Le baril est laissé sur l'eau, un peu avant les chutes. Puis il plonge dans la cataracte.Une vingtaine de minutes plus tard, le tonneau est récupéré. Annie Edson Taylor n'est pas blessée, hormis une petite coupure à la tête.Un exploit peu rentableAnnie Edson Taylor devenait ainsi la première personne à survivre à un plongeon dans les chutes du Niagara. Elle espérait donc tirer du profit de son exploit.Mais ses espoirs furent déçus. Au départ, elle fait des conférences sur son aventure et gagne un peu d'argent. Mais il lui est dérobé par l'agent qu'elle avait embauché pour promouvoir sa téméraire entreprise.Le tonneau lui-même, qu'elle pensait utiliser pour sa publicité, lui est volé. Elle dépensera une partie de ses économies pour le retrouver, avant de le perdre à nouveau.Annie Edson Taylor usera de tous les moyens possibles pour exploiter financièrement sa descente des chutes du Niagara. Elle ouvre un stand sur place, pour les touristes et entreprend de raconter son aventure dans un roman et un film. Mais rien n'y fait. Elle meurt dans la misère en 1921. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

By Any Means Necessary
Pharma Continues to Exploit Americans as Politicians Block Drug Price Reform

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 15:19


In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Dr. Mike Pappas, a family medicine physician, activist, and frequent contributor to LeftVoice.org to discuss the superprofits that the pharmaceutical industry makes off of necessary, life-saving drugs used for common illnesses, the moral bankruptcy of a system that rakes in billions of dollars from people being sick, and how the corporate political duopoly upholds such cruelty.

We Have Concerns
Hot Streaks (with Josh Macuga)

We Have Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 53:54


Check out everything Josh Macuga is doing!  Here is a link to the Good People Association: https://thegpa.fun/The Kickstarter for his board game, Futility: The Actual Game of Living: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/futility/futilitytm-the-actual-game-of-livingtmAnd his twitter: @JoshMacugaGet a bonus episode with Josh and the guys by becoming a patron at patreon.com/wehaveconcernsHey! If you're enjoying the show, please take a moment to rate/review it on whatever service you use to listen.Here's the iTunes link: http://bit.ly/wehaveconcerns And here's the Stitcher link: http://bit.ly/stitcherwhconcernsJeff on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jeffcannata Anthony on Twitter: http://twitter.com/acarboni

Sophos Podcasts
S3 Ep52: Let's Encrypt, Outlook leak, and VMware exploit

Sophos Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 32:40


Let's Encrypt brings HTTPS to everyone. Researchers rediscover an Outlook data leakage issue. VMware keeps it real. And when the mouse is away, the cat will play. https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/serious-security-lets-encrypt-gets-ready-to-go-it-alone https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/how-outlook-autodiscover-could-leak-your-passwords https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/vmware-patch-bulletin-warns-this-needs-your-immediate-attention With Paul Ducklin and Doug Aamoth. Original music by Edith Mudge (https://www.edithmudge.com) Got questions/suggestions/stories to share? Email: tips@sophos.com Twitter: NakedSecurity (https://twitter.com/nakedsecurity) Instagram: NakedSecurity (https://instagram.com/nakedsecurity)

Cyber Security Headlines
September 29, 2021

Cyber Security Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 8:32


Microsoft 365 MFA outage locks users out of their accounts Exploit released for VMware vulnerability after CISA warning Crypto developer pleads guilty to North Korean plot Thanks to our episode sponsor, VMware PREPARE FOR THE POST-PANDEMIC THREAT LANDSCAPE. At VMworld 2021, you'll gain fresh insight and actionable knowledge to help keep your focus on building resilient, cyber-vigilant teams that can proactively detect, prevent, mitigate, and remediate these attacks. The Security Track has 150+ breakout sessions with hands-on labs, demos, and interactive experiences. Join thousands of your peers by registering now at vmware.com/vmworld For the stories behind the headlines, head to CISOseries.com

Optimize Yourself
Ep163: Understanding What's At Stake With the IATSE Strike Authorization Vote | Community Q&A

Optimize Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 81:55


I created Optimize Yourself so that I could provide the resources to help creative professionals find fulfillment in their work and love what they do...but not at the expense of their health, their relationships, or their sanity. A natural extension of this is that we must be valued & respected for the work that we do. Without respect, no matter how much we love our jobs, our careers won't be sustainable and our passion will eventually become indifference (and sometimes even hatred). We become overworked, disrespected, and burned out. This is unfortunately what's happening right now to tens-of-thousands of below the line workers in the entertainment industry as clearly portrayed by the meteoric rise of the @IA_Stories Instagram account. In part because of the horror stories this account has amplified, The IATSE union and the AMPTP have come to a standstill in contract negotiations and the union is asking its members to vote and authorize a strike. This is a historic moment in the union's history, and it's important that all of us understand what is truly at stake beyond the deal points and the percentages. That's why I decided to have an “All-hands-on-deck” call with my Optimizer coaching & mentorship community to provide an open forum where union and non-union members alike could ask their questions, voice their opinions, and gain a better understanding of the true impact this pending vote (and strike) can have on our industry for decades to come. Whether you are in the union or you work freelance outside the union, this conversation will (hopefully) answer your questions and paint a clear picture of why you need to be paying attention to this issue. If you haven't yet read my latest article, Dear Hollywood: If We Don't Speak Up Now, The Industry As We Know It Will Never Be The Same (It's Gut Check Time), I encourage you to check it out as it provides even more context to this timely and important conversation. Want to Hear More Episodes Like This One? » Click here to subscribe and never miss another episode Here's What You'll Learn: How does the current IATSE contract dispute impact non-union workers? This negotiation outcome will be a sea change in the way we advocate for ourselves. Why we need to band together and present a united front. What does is mean if we vote yes to authorize a strike? What exactly is IATSE and who are the members involved? The red ant- black ant analogy and what we should really be focused on. KEY TAKEAWAY: We need our message to reach the other IATSE locals so they understand what is at stake and can make an informed vote. When we talk about producers in this context, we are talking about the studios and the producers at AMPTP. To support our cause, union and non-union members can sign this petition on Action Network. How do we address the issue that working less hours = less pay? What ‘lifestyle creep' is and how it cripples us. One way to help alleviate fears is to create a fund to help people pay their bills. If such a fund is created, I pledge to personally put $1000 into it. Why it's important to understand the problems of the people above you and the people we are negotiating with. The only thing that will make it change is if we no longer meet those unreasonable expectations. How voting works within the guilds to vote for a strike authorization. Director Sam Lavin weighs in about the situation and gives a director's perspective. Canceling our streaming services is not the way to fight back. It comes down to how willing we are to set boundaries to protect ourselves. Ricardo is seeing younger generation of workers stepping up and setting boundaries for themselves so there is hope for the future. Please vote with your heart and do what you feel is right as long as you have all the information you need. If you can't vote, please spread the word to the right people so they understand what the conversation is about. Useful Resources Mentioned: Dear Hollywood: If We Don't Speak Up Now, The Industry As We Know It Will Never Be The Same (It's Gut Check Time) Tell AMPTP to Give Film and Television Workers a Fair Deal IATSE Stories (@ia_stories) • Instagram photos and videos Continue to Listen & Learn Dear Hollywood: If We Don't Speak Up Now, The Industry As We Know It Will Never Be The Same (It's Gut Check Time) Dear Hollywood: We Create Entertainment For a Living. We're Not Curing Cancer Dear Hollywood: We're Not “Lucky to Be Here,” You're Lucky to Have Us Dear Hollywood: Loving What We Do Makes Us Easy to Exploit. Here's Why. Dear Hollywood: It's Time For An Intervention About the Hours We Work I Was Tired of Putting My Kids to Bed via FaceTime Every Night. Here's What I Did About It. Ep113: The Importance of Setting Boundaries, Advocating For Yourself, and Asking For Help | with Janace Tashjian Ep112: On Signing COVID Waivers, Kit Rental Fees, and Working Humane Hours | with Cathy Repola, MPEG National Executive Director Ep128: How to Have a Successful Career Without Sacrificing Family | with Farrel Levy Ep149: How Modern Society Is Damaging Your Brain (and the Simple Steps to Reverse It) | with Dr. Dave Jenkins Ep82: Real Talk About Mental Health and Depression | with Michael Kammes Ep01: Understanding the Link Between Creativity and Depression with Dr. Edison de Mello Our Generous Sponsor: This episode was brought to you by Ergodriven, the makers of the Topo Mat (my #1 recommendation for anyone who stands at their workstation) and now their latest product. New Standard Whole Protein is a blend of both whey and collagen, sourced from the highest quality ingredients without any of the unnecessary filler or garbage. Not only will you get more energy and focus from this protein powder, you will notice improvements in your skin, hair, nails, joints and muscles. And because they don't spend a lot on excessive marketing and advertising expenses, the savings gets passed on to you. Show Credits: This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, and the show notes were prepared by Debby Germino and published by Glen McNiel. The original music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Joe Trapanese (who is quite possibly one of the most talented composers on the face of the planet).

Slate Daily Feed
ICYMI: Did TikTok Find Gabby Petito, or Exploit Her?

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 37:30


While authorities searched for missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito, she was everywhere to be found on TikTok, Reddit, and Instagram. Content creators, some well-intentioned and others simply chasing clout and clicks, turned the story of Gabby's apparent death into the latest in true crime drama. On today's show, Madison and Rachelle talk about the murkiness of the true crime internet and the ethics of using tragedy for clicks. They're joined later in the show by Hayley Toumaian, a TikTok creator and novice true crime podcast host who says the rapid pace of the news genre means sometimes getting things wrong in front of an audience of millions and willfully sharing misinformation. Podcast production by Daniel Schroeder and Derek John. Support ICYMI and listen to the show with zero ads. Sign up to become a Slate Plus member for just $1 for your first month. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Culture Gabfest
ICYMI: Did TikTok Find Gabby Petito, or Exploit Her?

Culture Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 37:30


While authorities searched for missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito, she was everywhere to be found on TikTok, Reddit, and Instagram. Content creators, some well-intentioned and others simply chasing clout and clicks, turned the story of Gabby's apparent death into the latest in true crime drama. On today's show, Madison and Rachelle talk about the murkiness of the true crime internet and the ethics of using tragedy for clicks. They're joined later in the show by Hayley Toumaian, a TikTok creator and novice true crime podcast host who says the rapid pace of the news genre means sometimes getting things wrong in front of an audience of millions and willfully sharing misinformation. Podcast production by Daniel Schroeder and Derek John. Support ICYMI and listen to the show with zero ads. Sign up to become a Slate Plus member for just $1 for your first month. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ICYMI
Did TikTok Find Gabby Petito, or Exploit Her?

ICYMI

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 37:30


While authorities searched for missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito, she was everywhere to be found on TikTok, Reddit, and Instagram. Content creators, some well-intentioned and others simply chasing clout and clicks, turned the story of Gabby's apparent death into the latest in true crime drama. On today's show, Madison and Rachelle talk about the murkiness of the true crime internet and the ethics of using tragedy for clicks. They're joined later in the show by Hayley Toumaian, a TikTok creator and novice true crime podcast host who says the rapid pace of the news genre means sometimes getting things wrong in front of an audience of millions and willfully sharing misinformation. Podcast production by Daniel Schroeder and Derek John. Support ICYMI and listen to the show with zero ads. Sign up to become a Slate Plus member for just $1 for your first month. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Break Things On Purpose
John Martinez

Break Things On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 32:55


In this episode, we cover: 00:00:00 - Introduction  00:03:15 - FinOps Foundation and Multicloud  00:07:00 - Costs  00:10:40 - John's History in Reliability Engineering  00:16:30 - The Actual Cost of an Outages, Security, Etc. 00:21:30 - What John Measures  00:28:00 - What John is Up To/Latinx in Tech Links: Palo Alto Networks: https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/ FinOps Foundation: https://www.finops.org Techqueria.org: https://techqueria.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnmartinez/ TranscriptJohn: I would say a tip for better monitoring, uh, would be to, uh turn it on. [laugh]. [unintelligible 00:00:07] sounds, right?Jason: Welcome to the Break Things on Purpose podcast, a show about chaos engineering and operating reliable systems. In this episode we chat with John Martinez, Director of Cloud R&D at Palo Alto Networks. John's had a long career in tech, and we discuss his new focus on FinOps and how it has been influenced by his past work in security and chaos engineering.  Jason: So, John, welcome to the show. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Who are you? Where do you work? What do you do?John: Yeah. So, John Martinez. I am a director over at Palo Alto Networks. I have been in the cloud security space for the better of, I would say, seven, eight years or so. And currently, am in transition in my role at Palo Alto Networks.So, I'm heading headstrong into the FinOps world. So, turning back into the ops world to a certain degree and looking at what can we do, two things: better manage our cloud spend and gain a lot more optimization out of our usage in the cloud. So, very excited about new role.Jason: That's an interesting new role. I'd imagine that at Palo Alto Networks, you've got quite a bit of infrastructure and that's probably a massive bill.John: It can be. It can be. Yeah, [laugh] absolutely. We definitely have large amount of scale, in multi-cloud, too, so that's the added bonus to it all. FinOps is kind of a new thing for me, so I'm pretty happy to, as I dig back into the operations world, very happy to discover that the FinOps Foundation exists and it kind of—there's a lot of prescribed ways of both looking at FinOps, at optimization—specifically in the cloud, obviously—and as well as there's a whole framework that I can go adopt.So, it's not like I'm inventing the wheel, although having been in the cloud for a long time, and I haven't talked about that part of it but a lot of times, it feels like—in my early days anyway—felt like I was inventing new wheels all the time. As being an engineer, the part that I am very excited about is looking at the optimization opportunities of it. Of course, the goal, from a finance perspective, is to either reduce our spend where we can, but also to take a look at where we're investing in the cloud, and if it takes more of a shift as opposed to a straight-up just cut the bill kind of thing, it's really all about making sure that we're investing in the right places and optimizing in the right places when it comes down to it.Jason: I think one of the interesting perspectives of adopting multi-cloud is that idea of FinOps: let's save money. And the idea, if I wanted to run a serverless function, I could take a look at AWS Lambda, I could take a look at Azure Functions to say, “Which one's going to be cheaper for this particular use case,” and then go with that.John: I really liked how the FinOps Foundation has laid out the approach to the lifecycle of FinOps. So, they basically go from the crawl, walk, run approach which, in a lot of our world, is kind of like that. It's very much about setting yourself up for success. Don't expect to be cutting your bill by hundreds of thousands of dollars at the beginning. It's really all about discovering not just how much we're spending, but where we're spending it.I would categorize the pitting the cloud providers against each other to be more on the run side of things, and that eventually helps, especially in the enterprise space; it helps enterprises to approach the cloud providers with more of a data-driven negotiation, I would say [laugh] to your enterprise spend.Jason: I think that's an excellent point about the idea of that is very much a run. And I don't know any companies within my sphere and folks that I know in the engineering space that are doing that because of that price competition. I think everybody gets into the idea of multi-cloud because of this idea of reliability, and—John: Mm-hm.Jason: One of my clouds may fail. Like, what if Amazon goes down? I'd still need to survive that.John: That's the promise, right? At least that's the promise that I've been operating under for the 11 years or so that I've been in the cloud now. And obviously, in the old days, there wasn't a GCP or an Azure—I think they were in their infancy—there was AWS… and then there was AWS, right? And so I think eventually though you're right, you're absolutely right. Can I increase my availability and my reliability by adopting multiple clouds?As I talk to people, as I see how we're adopting the multiple clouds, I think realistically though what it comes down to is you adopted cloud, or teams adopt a cloud specifically for, I wouldn't say some of the foundational services, but mostly about those higher-level niche services that we like. For example, if you know large-scale data warehousing, a lot of people are adopting BigQuery and GCP because of that. If you like general purpose compute and you love the Lambdas, you're adopting AWS and so on, and so forth. And that's what I see more than anything is, I really like a cloud's particular higher level service and we go and we adopt it, we love it, and then we build our infrastructure around it. From a practical perspective, that's what I see.I'm still hopeful, though, that there is a future somewhere there where we can commoditize even the cloud providers, maybe [laugh]. And really go from Cloud A to Cloud B to Cloud C, and just adopt it based on pricing I get that's cheaper, or more performant, or whatever other dimensions that are important to me. But maybe, maybe. We'll remain hopeful. [laugh].Jason: Yeah, we're still very much in that spot where everybody, despite even the basics of if I want to a virtual machine, those are still so different between all the clouds. And I mean even last week, I was working on some Terraform and the idea of building it modularly, and in my head thinking, “Well, at some point, we might want to use one of the other clouds so let's build this module,” and thinking, “Realistically, that's probably not going to happen.”John: [laugh]. Right. I would say that there's the other hidden cost about this and it's the operational costs. I don't think we spend a whole lot of time talking about operational costs, necessarily, but what is it going to cost to retrain my DevOps team to move from AWS to GCP, as an example? What are the underlying hidden costs that are there?What traps am I going to fall into because of that? It seems cool; Terraform does a great job of getting that pain into the multiple clouds from an operations perspective. Kubernetes does a great job as well to take some of that visibility into the underlying—and I hate to use it this way but ‘hardware' [laugh] virtual hardware—that's like EC2 or Google Compute, for example. And they do great jobs, but at the end of the day we're still spending a lot of time figuring out what the foundational services are. So, what are those hidden costs?Anyway, long story short, as part of my journey into FinOps, I'm looking forward into not just uncovering the basics of FinOps, where is what are we spending? Where are we spending it? What are the optimization opportunities? But also take a look at some of the more hidden types of costs. I'm very interested in that aspect of the FinOps world as well. So, I'm excited.Jason: Those hidden costs are also interesting because I think, given your background in security—John: Mm-hm.Jason: —one of the challenges in multi-cloud is, if I'm an expert in AWS and suddenly we're multi-cloud and I have to support GCP, I don't necessarily know all of those correct settings and how to necessarily harden and build my systems. I know a model and a general framework, but I might be missing something. Talk to me a bit more about that as a security person.John: Yeah.Jason: What does that look like?John: Yeah, yeah. It's very nuanced, for sure. There are definitely some efforts within the industry to help alleviate some of that nuance and some of those hidden settings that I might not think about. For example, CIS Foundations as a community, the foundations of benchmarks that CIS produces can be pretty exhaustive—and there are benchmarks for the major clouds as well—those go a long way to try and describe at least, what are the main things I should look at from a security perspective? But obviously, there are new threats coming along every day.So, if I was advising security teams, security operations team specifically, it would be definitely to keep abreast into what are the latest and go take a look at what some of the exploit kits are looking for or doing and adopting some of those hidden checks into, for example, your security operations center, what you react to, what the incident responses are going to be to some of those emerging threats. For sure it is a challenge, and it's a challenge that the industry faces and one that we go every day. And an exploit that might be available for EC2 may be different on Google Compute or maybe different on Azure Compute.Jason: There's a nice similarity or parallel there to what we often talk about, especially in this podcast, is we talk about chaos engineering and reliability and that idea of let's look at how things fail and take what we know about one system or one service, and how can we apply that to others? From your experience doing a wide breadth of cloud engineering, tell me a bit more about your experience in the reliability space and keeping—all these great companies that you've worked for, keeping their systems up and running.John: I think I have one of the—fortunate to have one of the best experiences ever. So, I'll have to dig way back to 11 years ago, or so [laugh]. My first job in the cloud was at Netflix. I was at Netflix right around the time when we were moving applications out of the data center and into AWS. Again, fortunate; large-scale, at the cusp of everything that was happening in the cloud, back in those days.I had just helped finish—I was a systems engineer; that's where I transitioned from, systems engineering—and just a little bit of a plug there, tomorrow is Sysadmin Day, so I still am an old school sysadmin at heart so I still celebrate Sysadmin Day. [laugh]. But I was doing that transition from systems engineering into cloud engineering at Netflix, just helped move a database application out from the data center into AWS. We were also adopting in those days, very rapidly, a lot of the new services and features that AWS was rolling out. For example, we don't really think about it today anymore, but back then EBS-backed instances was the thing. [laugh].Go forth and every new EC2 instance we create is going to be EBS-backed. Okay, great. March, I believe it was March 2011, one of AWS's very first, and I believe major, EBS outages occurred. [laugh]. Yeah, lots of, lots of failure all over the place.And I believe from that a lot of what—at least in Gremlin—a lot of that Chaos Monkey and a lot of that chaos engineering really was born out of a lot of our experiences back then at Netflix, and the early days of the cloud. And have a lot of the scars still on me. But it was a very valuable lesson that I take now every day, having lived through it. I'm sure you guys at Gremlin see a lot of this with your customers and with yourselves, right, is that the best you can do is test those failure scenarios and hope that you are as resilient as possible. Could we have foreseen that there was going to be a major EBS outage in us-east-1? Probably.I think academically we thought about it, and we were definitely preaching the mantra of architect for failure, but it still bit us because it was a major cascading outage in one entire region in AWS. It started with one AZ and it kept rolling, and it kept rolling. And so I don't know necessarily in that particular scenario that we could have engineered—especially with the technology of the day—we could have engineered full-on failover to another region, but it definitely taught us and me personally a lot of lessons around how to architect for failure and resiliency in the cloud, for sure.Jason: I like that point of it's something that we knew theoretically could maybe happen, but it always seems like the odds of the major catastrophes are so small that we often overlook them and we just think, “Well, it's going to be so rare that it'll never happen, so we don't think about it.” As you've moved forward in your career, moving on from Netflix, how has that shaped how you approach reliability—this idea of we didn't think EBS could ever go down and lead to this—how do you think of catastrophic failures now, and how do you go about testing for them or architecting to withstand them?John: It's definitely stayed with me. Every ops job that I've had since, it's something that I definitely take into account in any of those roles that I have. As the opportunity came up to speak with you guys, wanted to think about reliability and chaos in terms of cloud spend, and how can I marry those two worlds together? Obviously, the security aspect of things, for sure, is there. It's expecting the unexpected and having the right types of security monitoring in place.And I think that's—kind of going back to an earlier comment that I made about these unexpected or hidden costs that are there lying dormant in our cloud adoption, just like I'm thinking about the cost of security incidents, the cost of failure, what does that look like? These are answers I don't have yet but the explorer in me is looking forward to uncovering a lot of what that's going to be. If we talk in a year from now, and I have some of that prescribed, and thought of, and discovered, and I think it'll be awesome to talk about it in a year's time and where we are. It's an area that I definitely take seriously I have applied not just to operational roles, but as I got into more customer-facing roles in the last 11 years, in between advising customers, both as a sales engineer, as head of customer success, and cloud security startup that I worked for, Evident.io, and then eventually moving here to Palo Alto Networks, it's like, how do I best advise and think about—when I talk to customers—about failure scenarios, reliability, chaos engineering? I owe it all to that time that I spent at Netflix and those experiences very early on, for sure.Jason: Coming back to those hidden costs is definitely an important thing. Especially I'm sure that as you interact with folks in the FinOps world, there's always that question of, “Why do I have so much redundancy? Why am I paying for an entire AZs worth of infrastructure that I'm never using?” There's always the comment, “Well, it's like a spare tire; you pay for an extra tire in case you have a flat.” But on some hand, there is this notion of how much are we actually spending versus what does an outage really cost me?John: Right. We thought about that question very early on at another company I worked at after Netflix and before the startup. I was fortunate again to work in another large-scale environment, at Adobe actually, working on the early days of their Creative Cloud implementation. Very different approach to doing the cloud than Netflix in many ways. One of the things that we definitely made a conscious effort to do, and we thought about it in terms of an insurance policy.So, for example, S3 replication—so replicating our data from one region to another—in those days, an expensive proposition but one that we looked at, and we intentionally went in with, “Well, no, this is our customer data. How much is that customer data worth to us?” And so we definitely made the conscious decision to invest. I don't call it ‘cost' at that point; I call that an investment. To invest in the reliability of that data, having that insurance policy there in case something happened.You know, catastrophic failure in one region, especially for a service as reliable and as resilient as S3 is very minuscule, I would say, and in practice, it has been, but we have to think about it in terms of investing. We definitely made the right types of choices, for sure. It's an insurance policy. It's there because we need it to be there because that's our most precious commodity, our customers' data.Jason: Excellent point about that being the most precious commodity. We often feel that our data isn't as valuable as we think it is and that the value for our companies is derived from all of the other things, and the products, and such. But when it comes down to it, it is that data. And it makes me think we're currently in this sort of world where ransomware has become the biggest headline, especially in the security space, and as I've talked with people about reliability, they often ask, “Well, what is Gremlin do security-wise?” And we're not a security product, but it does bring that up of, if your data systems were locked and you couldn't get at your customer information, that's pretty similar to having a catastrophic outage of losing that data store and not having a backup.John: I've thought about this, of course, in the last few weeks, obviously. A very, very public, very telling types of issues with ransomware and the underlying issues of supply chain attacks. What would we do [laugh] if something like that were to happen? Obviously, rhetorically, what would we do? And lots of companies are paying the ransom because they're being held at gunpoint, you know, “We have your data.”So yeah, I mean, a lot of it, in the situation, like the example I gave before, could not just the replication of, for example, my entire S3 bucket where my customer data is thwarted a situation like that? And then you think about, kind of like, okay, let's think about this further. If we do it in the same AWS account, as an example, if the attacker obtained my IAM credentials, then it really comes down to the same thing because, “Oh, look it, there's another bucket in that other region over there. I'm going to go and encrypt all of those objects, too. Why not, right?” [laugh].And so, it also begs the question or the design principles and decisions of, well, okay, maybe do I ship it to a different account where my security context is different, my identity context is different? And so there's a lot of areas to explore there. And it's very good question and one that we definitely do need to think about, in terms of catastrophic failure because that's the way to think about it, for sure.Jason: Yeah. So, many parallels between that security and reliability, and all comes together with that FinOps, and how much are you—how much do we pay for all of this?John: Between the reliability and the security world, there's a lot of parallels because your job is about thinking what are the worst-case scenarios? It's, what could possibly go wrong? And how bad could it be? And in many cases, how bad is it? [laugh].Especially as you uncover a lot of the bad things that do happen in the real world every day: how bad is it? How do I measure this? And so absolutely there's a lot of parallels, and I think it's a very interesting point you make. And so… yeah so, Jason, how can we marry the two worlds of chaos engineering and security together? I think that's another very exciting topic, for sure.Jason: That is, absolutely. You mentioned just briefly in that last statement, how do you measure it?John: Yep.Jason: That comes up to something that we were chatting about earlier is monitoring, and what do you measure, and ensuring that you're measuring the right things. From your experience building secure systems, talk to me about what are some of the things that you like to measure, that you like to get observability on, that maybe some folks are overlooking.John: I think the overlooking part is an interesting angle, but I think it's a little bit more basic than that even. I'll go to my time in the startup—so at Evident.io—mainly because I was in customer success and my job was to talk to our customers every day—I would say that a bunch of our customers—and they varied based on maturity level, but we were working with a lot of customers that were new in the cloud world, and I would say a lot of customers were still getting tripped up by a lot of the basic types of things. For example—what do I mean by that? Some of the basic settings that were incorrect were things just, like, EC2 security groups allowing port 22 in from the world, just the simple things like that. Or publicly accessible S3 buckets.So, I would say that a lot of our customers were still missing a lot of those steps. And I would say, in many of the cases, putting my security hat on, the first thing you go to is, well, there's an external hacker trying to do something bad in your AWS accounts, but really, the majority of the cases were all just mistakes; they were honest. I'm an engineer setting up a dev account and it's easier for me, instead of figuring out what my egress IP is for my company's VPN, it's easier for me just to set port 22 to allow all from the world. A few minutes later, there you go. [laugh]. Exploit taken, right? It's just the simple stuff; we really as an industry do still get tripped up by the simple things.I don't know if this tracks with the reliability world or the chaos engineering world, but I still see that way too much. And that just tells me that even if we are in the cloud—mature company or organization—there's still going to be scenarios where that engineer at two in the morning just decides that it's just easier to open up the firewall on EC2 than it is to do, quote-unquote, “The right thing.” Then we have an issue. So, I really do think that we can't let go of not just monitoring the basics, but also getting better as an industry to alert on the basics and when there are misconfigurations on the basics, and shortening that time to alert because that really is—especially in the security world—that really is very critical to make sure that window between when that configuration setting is made to when that same engineer who made the misconfiguration get alerted to the fact that it is a misconfiguration. So. I'll go to that: it's the basics. [laugh].Jason: I like that idea of moving the alert forward, though. Because I think a lot of times you think of alerts as something bad has happened and so we're waiting for the alert to happen when there's wrongful access to a system, right? Someone breaks in, or we're waiting for that alert to happen when a system goes down. And we're expecting that it's purely a response mechanism, whereas the idea of let's alert on misconfigurations, let's alert on things that could lead to these, or that will likely lead to these wrong outcomes. If we can alert on those, then we can head it off.John: It's all the way. And in the security world, we call it shifting left, shifting security all the way to the left, all the way to the developer. Lots of organizations are making a lot of the right moves in that direction for embedding security well into the development pipeline. So, for example, I'll name two players in the Infrastructure as Code as we call it in the security space. And I'll name the first one just because they're part of Palo Alto Networks now, so Bridgecrew; so very strong, open-source solution in that space, as well as over on the HashiCorp side where Sentinel is another example of a great developer-forward shift-left type of tool that can help thwart a lot of the simple security misconfigurations, right from your CI/CD pipelines, as opposed to the reaction time over here on the right, where you're chasing security misconfigurations.So, there's a lot of opportunity to shorten that alert window. And even, in fact, I've spent a lot of time in the last couple of years—I and my team have spent a lot of time in the last couple of years thinking about what can the bots do for us, as opposed to waiting for an alert to pop up on a Slack message that says, “Hey, engineer. You've got port 22 open to the world. You should maybe think about doing something.” The right thing to do there is for something—could be something as simple as an alert making it to a Lambda function and the Lambda function closing it up for you in the middle of the night when you're not paying attention to Slack, and the bot telling you, “Hey, engineer. By the way, I closed the port up. That's why it's broken this morning for you.” [laugh]. “I broke it intentionally so that we can avoid some security problems.”So, I think there's the full gamut where we can definitely do a lot more. And that's where I believe the new world, especially in the security world, the DevSecOps world, can definitely help embed some of that security mindset with the rest of the cloud and DevOps space. It's certainly a very important function that needs to proliferate throughout our organizations, for sure.Jason: And we're seeing a lot of that in the reliability world as well, as people shift left and developers are starting to become more responsible for the operations and the running of their services and applications, and including being on call. That does bring to mind that idea, though—back to alerting on configurations and really starting to get those alerts earlier, not just saying that, “Hey, devs, you're on call so now you share a pain,” but actually trying to alleviate that pain even further to the left. Well, we're coming up close to time here. So, typically at this point, one thing that I like to do is we like to ask folks if they have anything to plug. Oftentimes that's where people can find you on social media or other things. I know that you're connected with Ana through Latinx in Tech, I would love to share more about that, too. So.John: For sure, yeah. So, my job in terms of my leadership role is definitely to promote a lot of diversity, inclusion, and equity, obviously, within the workspace. Personally, I do also feel very strongly that I should be not just preaching it, but also practicing it. So, I discovered in the last year—in fact, it's going to be about a year since I joined Techqueria—so techqueria.org—and we definitely welcome anybody and everybody.We're very inclusive, all the way from if you're a member of the Latinx community and in technology, definitely join us, and if you're an ally, we definitely welcome you with open arms, as well, to join techqueria.org. It is a very active and very vibrant community on Slack that we have. And as part of that, I and a couple of people in Techqueria are running a couple of what we call cafesitos which is the Spanish word for coffees, coffee meetings.So, it's a social time, and I'm involved in helping lead both the cybersecurity cafecito—we call it Cafecito Cibernético, which happens every other Friday. And it's security-focused, it's security-minded, we go everywhere from being very social and just talking about what's going on with people personally—so we like to celebrate personal wins, especially for those that are joining the job market or just graduating from school, et cetera, and talk about their personal wins, as well as talk about the happenings, like for example, a very popular topic of late has been supply chain attacks and ransomware attacks, so definitely very, very timely there. As well as I'm also involved—being in the cloud security space, I'm bridging, sort of, two worlds between the DevOps world and the security world; more recently, we started up the DevOps Cafecito, which is more focused on the operations side. And that's where, you know, happy to have Ana there as part of that Cafecito and helping out there. Obviously, there, it's a lot of the operations-type topics that we talk about; lots of Kubernetes talk, lots of looking at how the SRE and the DevOps jobs look in different places.And I wouldn't say I'm surprised by it, but it's very nice to see that there is also a big difference with how different organizations think about reliability and operations. And it's varied all over the place and I love it, I love the diversity of it. So anyway, so that's Techqueria, so very happy to be involved with the organization. I also recently took on the role of being the chapter co-director for the San Francisco chapter, so very happy to be involved. As we come out of the pandemic, hopefully, pretty soon here [laugh] right—as we're coming out of the pandemic, I'll say—but looking forward to that in-person connectivity and socializing again in person, so that's Techqueria.So, big plug for Techqueria. As well, I would say for those that are looking at the FinOps world, definitely check out the FinOps Foundation. Very valuable in terms of the folks that are there, the team that leads it, and the resources, if you're looking at getting into FinOps, or at least gaining more control and looking at your spend, not so much like this, but with your eyes wide open. Definitely take a look at a lot of the work that they've done for the FinOps community, and the cloud community in general, on how to take a look at your cloud cost management.Jason: Awesome. Thanks for sharing those. If folks want to follow you on social media, is that something you do?John: Absolutely. Mostly active on LinkedIn at johnmartinez on LinkedIn, so definitely hit me up on LinkedIn.Jason: Well, it's been a pleasure to have you on the show. Thanks for sharing all of your experiences and insight.John: Likewise, Jason. Glad to be here.Jason: For links to all the information mentioned, visit our website at gremlin.com/podcast. If you liked this episode, subscribe to the Break Things on Purpose podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast platform. Our theme song is called, “Battle of Pogs” by Komiku, and it's available on loyaltyfreakmusic.com.

The Shared Security Show
iMessage Zero-Click Exploit, Leaked Guntrader Firearms Data, 60 Million Fitness Tracking Records Exposed

The Shared Security Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 23:57


The latest on the iMessage Zero-Click exploit that affects Apple iOS, MacOS and WatchOS devices (update your Apple devices now!), the names and home addresses of 111,000 British firearm owners have been dumped online, and details on over 60 million fitness tracking records exposed via an unsecured database. ** Links mentioned on the show ** […] The post iMessage Zero-Click Exploit, Leaked Guntrader Firearms Data, 60 Million Fitness Tracking Records Exposed appeared first on The Shared Security Show.

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast
Cyber Grimes. Apple's iPhone Zero-Click Exploit. Roger Grimes, Defense Evangelist, KnowBe4.

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 34:22


Roger Grimes is an industry expert and the Data Driven Defense Evangelist for KnowBe4. In this episode, Roger tells us what he knows about this week's news of Apple's iPhone zero-click exploit, how cyber criminals trigger our emotions to phish us, and more. KnowBe4 is the world's first and largest New-school security awareness training and simulated phishing platform that helps you manage the ongoing problem of social engineering. To learn more about our sponsor, KnowBe4, visit https://knowbe4.com

Opinionated
Banks Will Have to Adapt to DeFi, Feat. Eric Wall

Opinionated

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 44:09


This week, “Opinionated” hosts Anna Baydakova, Danny Nelson and Ben Schiller are talking to Eric Wall, chief investment officer at a Swedish hedge fund Arcane Crypto – and one of Crypto Twitter's favorite trouble stirrers. “I spent my entire 20s in bitcoin. What the f*ck,” Eric tweeted in July on the day of his 30th birthday, and that decade did not pass in vain for him: He's been trading bitcoin since Mt. Gox (and lost his money there), he worked as a crypto guy in the legacy fintech firm Cinnober, and now he's advising a hedge fund on crypto investments. Throughout crypto and mainstream. Eric saw a lot and has a lot to say.You might be surprised to learn he doesn't believe in technical analysis as a basis for trading decisions. Why, and what is he using instead? Just wait and listen. From bitcoin trading basics, we're going right into the wild world of DeFi. Are there better protocols for DeFi than Ethereum? Is it better to invest in totally decentralized projects, or those that can freeze their coins? Will the regulators clamp down on DeFi and destroy it?And, last but not least, what is the “digital condom” Eric thinks beginning traders might want to use when they jump into the dangerous world of DeFi? Listen to and learn from Eric together with Anna, Ben and Danny!Eric Wall's Twitter handle is @ercwl. Mentioned on this episode:CoinDesk: Thorchain's RUNE Token Tumbles After 2nd Exploit in 2 WeeksCoinDesk: Poly Network Hacker Releases Private Key for Remaining Looted $141MU.Today: Arcane Assets CIO Ridicules Charles Hoskinson And Cardano For Bitcoin Criticism On TV This was produced, announced and edited by Michele Musso. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Consider Before Consuming
Katelyn: Recovering Compulsive Porn Consumer

Consider Before Consuming

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 28:20


Trigger Warning: This discussion includes descriptions of abuse and suicidal ideation that may be triggering to some. Listener discretion is advised.Katelyn is a student at North Dakota State University, double majoring in social work and human development and family science with a minor in psychology. As a teenager, Katelyn struggled with depression and anxiety and she turned to pornography to cope, which ultimately further fueled feelings of depression, anxiety, shame, and eventually suicidal ideation. In this episode, Katelyn sits down with podcast host, Garrett Jonsson, to talk about her struggle with pornography, the role shame played in her compulsion, and how she's since been able to let go of shame and begin her recovery.Click here to learn more about the guest, and access the resources discussed in this episode.To learn more about the harms of pornography on consumers, relationships, and its larger societal impacts, visit FTND.org.To support this podcast, click here.As you go about your day we invite you to increase your self-awareness, look both ways, check your blindspots, and consider before consuming.Fight the New Drug collaborates with a variety of qualified organizations and individuals with varying personal beliefs, affiliations, and political persuasions. As FTND is a non-religious and non-legislative organization, the personal beliefs, affiliations, and persuasions of any of our team members or of those we collaborate with do not reflect or impact the mission of Fight the New Drug.

The CyberWire
NSO Group's Pegasus was installed in a zero-click exploit: iOS users should patch. Vermillion Strike hits Linux systems. Enforcing the law against cybercrime.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 22:32


Citizen Lab finds, and Apple patches, a zero-day used for zero-click installation of Pegasus spyware. A Cobalt Strike beacon has been turned to cyberespionage use against Linux targets. The Russian government could, it seems, take action against cybercrime, but its will-to-enforcement seems to be inconsistent. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS with more on Apple's CSAM controversy, our guest is Mel Shakir from Dreamit Ventures on selling to CISOs, and their customer sprints. REvil makes nice with grumpy affiliates. And criminals' commitment to the common good seems weak. That's not a surprise, is it? For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/177

AP Audio Stories
Apple patches exploit attributed to hacker-for-hire firm

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 1:31


#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report
College Football SportsBetting Free Picks ESBC 70% Against The Spread 2021

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 60:07


Ask yourself / who is making you money ? 68% Last 2 NFL Football And College Football Regular Season, Bowl Season & Playoffs (52.5% is Breakeven) Chronicled on this Podcast and we disclose all information we have. “Most expensive advice is bad advice” “Who is making you $$$ ?” •17-8= 68%=$8.500 (52.5% is breakeven) $1000.00 per game Process is 1)Research 2) Use math (which is pattern recognition not calculation and statistics) 3)Rigorously apply logic 4) Make a good decision that consistently results in free cash flow, profit and money Podcast is actionable information in real time to monetize the outcomes of the games However "Salesman think short term-businessman and women think long term" We have 1000% ROI -Return on investment. Meaning 10 times more money than what you started with by listening o the Podcast Bet The Process This is the CNBC Bloomberg Fox Business Of Sportsbetting As a result we educate on business and financial concepts so you do not run out of money in retirement Since we are in a mental health crisis we provide "Mental Health 1st Aid Kit" Josh Vizcay MBA - Financial Services "Makes Money As Financial Services Professional -Tax Mitigates Money For Business And Wealthy Individuals" Also County Boards, City Councils, and local Political Corruption Historian Dylan is a junior at St. John's University who is pursuing a degree in Finance with a minor in accounting. He is originally from New Fairfield, CT. He currently lives in NYC. Dylan is an avid New York sports fan and looks at sports betting as an investment strategy. He brings a solid understanding of the sports betting industry and is super excited to contribute to ESBC. Chad Nolan @cnolan3 is an accomplished College Football and Arena League Football player who has worked with big time NFL and current college football players. His brother Chance is the starting quarterback at Oregon State YouTube link www.youtube.com/channel/UCp6aM9HYlKXBjIcWd_Mi5ow Website Link linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Financial and math terms such as *Arbitrage *Return to mean *Law of opposites People have never gotten rich with Technical Analysis but has gotten rich selling it Qualitative Fundamentals to Consider There are four key fundamentals that analysts always consider when regarding a company. All are qualitative rather than quantitative. They include: * The business model: * Competitive advantage: * Management: * Corporate Governance: *Strategy - Transparency - Information flow - Exploit market inefficiencies - Return To the mean - Enjoy the ride Find more information on our other video and long form articles on our website linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Reference for Podcast Episodes Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven 1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process Anti-Social Personality Disorder 1) Lack Of remorse 2)Frequent lying 3) Lack Of Empathy 4) Superficial Charm 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions 6) Distorted sense of Self 7) Constant source of new sensations Fundamental analysis involves the consideration of all things that could affect the price of a stock such as corporate earnings, product developments, political considerations such as laws and regulations, corporate governance, accounting issues, etc. Technical Analysis implies interpretation of patterns

Cyber and Technology with Mike
10 September 2021 Cyber and Tech News

Cyber and Technology with Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 9:07


In today's podcast we cover four crucial cyber and technology topics, including: 1. United Nations reveals credential on darkweb led to hack  2. Yandex DDoS traced to new Meris Botnet3. Zoho updates product to address remote code execution vulnerability 4. Howard University dealing with after effects of ransomware attack I'd love feedback, feel free to send your comments and feedback to  | cyberandtechwithmike@gmail.com

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report
NFL Week 1 -70% Picks ESBC Against The Spread

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 113:07


Ask yourself / who is making you money ? 68% Last 2 NFL Football And College Football Regular Season, Bowl Season & Playoffs (52.5% is Breakeven) Chronicled on this Podcast and we disclose all information we have. “Most expensive advice is bad advice” “Who is making you $$$ ?” •17-8= 68%=$8.500 (52.5% is breakeven) $1000.00 per game Process is 1)Research 2) Use math (which is pattern recognition not calculation and statistics) 3)Rigorously apply logic 4) Make a good decision that consistently results in free cash flow, profit and money Podcast is actionable information in real time to monetize the outcomes of the games However "Salesman think short term-businessman and women think long term" We have 1000% ROI -Return on investment. Meaning 10 times more money than what you started with by listening o the Podcast Bet The Process This is the CNBC Bloomberg Fox Business Of Sportsbetting As a result we educate on business and financial concepts so you do not run out of money in retirement Since we are in a mental health crisis we provide "Mental Health 1st Aid Kit" Josh Vizcay MBA - Financial Services "Makes Money As Financial Services Professional -Tax Mitigates Money For Business And Wealthy Individuals" Also County Boards, City Councils, and local Political Corruption Historian Chad Nolan @cnolan3 is an accomplished College Football and Arena League Football player who has worked with big time NFL and current college football players. His brother Chance is the starting quarterback at Oregon State YouTube link www.youtube.com/channel/UCp6aM9HYlKXBjIcWd_Mi5ow Website Link linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Financial and math terms such as *Arbitrage *Return to mean *Law of opposites People have never gotten rich with Technical Analysis but has gotten rich selling it Qualitative Fundamentals to Consider There are four key fundamentals that analysts always consider when regarding a company. All are qualitative rather than quantitative. They include: * The business model: * Competitive advantage: * Management: * Corporate Governance: *Strategy - Transparency - Information flow - Exploit market inefficiencies - Return To the mean - Enjoy the ride Find more information on our other video and long form articles on our website linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Reference for Podcast Episodes Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven 1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process Anti-Social Personality Disorder 1) Lack Of remorse 2)Frequent lying 3) Lack Of Empathy 4) Superficial Charm 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions 6) Distorted sense of Self 7) Constant source of new sensations Fundamental analysis involves the consideration of all things that could affect the price of a stock such as corporate earnings, product developments, political considerations such as laws and regulations, corporate governance, accounting issues, etc. Technical Analysis implies interpretation of patterns

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report
College Football SportsBetting Free Picks ESBC 70% Against The Spread

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 24:24


68% Last 2 NFL Football And College Football Regular Season, Bowl Season & Playoffs (52.5% is Breakeven) Chronicled on this Podcast and we disclose all information we have. Process is 1)Research 2) Use math (which is pattern recognition not calculation and statistics) 3)Rigorously apply logic 4) Make a good decision that consistently results in free cash flow, profit and money Podcast is actionable information in real time to monetize the outcomes of the games However "Salesman think short term-businessman and women think long term" We have 1000% ROI -Return on investment. Meaning 10 times more money than what you started with by listening o the Podcast Bet The Process This is the CNBC Bloomberg Fox Business Of Sportsbetting As a result we educate on business and financial concepts so you do not run out of money in retirement Since we are in a mental health crisis we provide "Mental Health 1st Aid Kit" Josh Vizcay MBA - Financial Services "Makes Money As Financial Services Professional -Tax Mitigates Money For Business And Wealthy Individuals" Also County Boards, City Councils, and local Political Corruption Historian Chad Nolan @cnolan3 is an accomplished College Football and Arena League Football player who has worked with big time NFL and current college football players. His brother Chance is the starting quarterback at Oregon State YouTube link www.youtube.com/channel/UCp6aM9HYlKXBjIcWd_Mi5ow Website Link linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Financial and math terms such as *Arbitrage *Return to mean *Law of opposites People have never gotten rich with Technical Analysis but has gotten rich selling it Qualitative Fundamentals to Consider There are four key fundamentals that analysts always consider when regarding a company. All are qualitative rather than quantitative. They include: * The business model: * Competitive advantage: * Management: * Corporate Governance: *Strategy - Transparency - Information flow - Exploit market inefficiencies - Return To the mean - Enjoy the ride Find more information on our other video and long form articles on our website linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Reference for Podcast Episodes Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven 1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process Anti-Social Personality Disorder 1) Lack Of remorse 2)Frequent lying 3) Lack Of Empathy 4) Superficial Charm 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions 6) Distorted sense of Self 7) Constant source of new sensations Fundamental analysis involves the consideration of all things that could affect the price of a stock such as corporate earnings, product developments, political considerations such as laws and regulations, corporate governance, accounting issues, etc. Technical analysis involves the interpretation of patterns

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report
AFC 2021 Betting Preview 70% ESBC Against The Spread

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 94:55


68% Last 2 NFL Football And College Football Regular Season, Bowl Season & Playoffs (52.5% is Breakeven) Chronicled on this Podcast and we disclose all methods In the Podcast is actionable information in real time to monetize the outcomes of the games However "Salesman think short term-businessman and women think long term"
We have 1000% ROI -Return on investment. Meaning 10 times more money than what you started with by listening to the Podcast Bet The Process This is the CNBC Bloomberg Fox Business Of Sportsbetting
As a result we educate on business and financial concepts so you do not run out of money in retirement
Since we are in a mental health crisis we provide "Mental Health 1st Aid Kit" Josh Vizcay MBA - Financial Services "Makes Money As Financial Services Professional -Tax Mitigates Money For Business And Wealthy Individuals"
Also County Boards, City Councils, and local Political Corruption Historian Chad Nolan @cnolan3 is an accomplished College Football and Arena League Football player who has worked with big time NFL and current college football players. His brother Chance is the starting quarterback at Oregon State @sjcobe1 High stakes football manager and avid podcast listener i now am a fantasy football writer and contributor#sfb11 wb2021 and #effc3 and Pollys playoff league YouTube link
www.youtube.com/channel/UCp6aM9HYlKXBjIcWd_Mi5ow
Website Link
linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork
Financial and math terms such as
*Arbitrage
*Return to mean
*Law of opposites
People have
never gotten rich with Technical Analysis but has gotten rich selling it
Qualitative Fundamentals to Consider
There are four key fundamentals that analysts always consider when regarding a company. All are qualitative rather than quantitative. They include:
* The business model:
* Competitive advantage:
* Management:
* Corporate Governance:
*Strategy
- Transparency
- Information flow
- Exploit market inefficiencies
- Return To the mean
- Enjoy the ride
Find more information on our other video and long form articles on our website
linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork
Reference for Podcast Episodes
Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven
1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 
2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 
3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony
 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process
Anti-Social Personality Disorder
1) Lack Of remorse 
2)Frequent lying
 3) Lack Of Empathy
 4) Superficial Charm
 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions
 6) Distorted sense of Self
 7) Constant source of new sensations
Fundamental analysis involves the consideration of all things that could affect the price of a stock such as corporate earnings, 
product developments, political considerations such as
laws and regulations, 
corporate governance, 
counting issues, etc.
Technical analysis involves the interpretation of patterns

Root For Each Other: A Branches Podcast
Does True Crime Exploit Victims/Survivors? with Shannon & Emily

Root For Each Other: A Branches Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 35:03


#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report
NFL NFC 2021 Betting Preview 70% ESBC Against The Spread

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 130:20


68% Last 2 NFL Football And College Football Regular Season, Bowl Season & Playoffs (52.5% is Breakeven) Chronicled on this Podcast and we disclose all methods In the Podcast is actionable information in real time to monetize the outcomes of the games However "Salesman think short term-businessman and women think long term" We have 1000% ROI -Return on investment. Meaning 10 times more money than what you started with by listening to the Podcast Bet The Process This is the CNBC Bloomberg Fox Business Of Sportsbetting As a result we educate on business and financial concepts so you do not run out of money in retirement Since we are in a mental health crisis we provide "Mental Health 1st Aid Kit" Josh Vizcay MBA - Financial Services "Makes Money As Financial Services Professional -Tax Mitigates Money For Business And Wealthy Individuals" Also County Boards, City Councils, and local Political Corruption Historian Chad Nolan @cnolan3 is an accomplished College Football and Arena League Football player who has worked with big time NFL and current college football players. His brother Chance is the starting quarterback at Oregon State @sjcobe1 High stakes football manager and avid podcast listener i now am a fantasy football writer and contributor#sfb11 wb2021 and #effc3 and Pollys playoff league @JimCoventryNFL RotoWire NFL analyst- Sat/Sun SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio host. Many top-50 contest finishes and a #1 overall. @KingsClassicFF #SFB11 #EFFC3 #DWG7 YouTube link www.youtube.com/channel/UCp6aM9HYlKXBjIcWd_Mi5ow Website Link linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Financial and math terms such as *Arbitrage *Return to mean *Law of opposites People have never gotten rich with Technical Analysis but has gotten rich selling it Qualitative Fundamentals to Consider There are four key fundamentals that analysts always consider when regarding a company. All are qualitative rather than quantitative. They include: * The business model: * Competitive advantage: * Management: * Corporate Governance: *Strategy - Transparency - Information flow - Exploit market inefficiencies - Return To the mean - Enjoy the ride Find more information on our other video and long form articles on our website linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Reference for Podcast Episodes Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven 1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process Anti-Social Personality Disorder 1) Lack Of remorse 2)Frequent lying 3) Lack Of Empathy 4) Superficial Charm 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions 6) Distorted sense of Self 7) Constant source of new sensations Fundamental analysis involves the consideration of all things that could affect the price of a stock such as corporate earnings, product developments, political considerations such as laws and regulations, corporate governance, ccounting issues, etc. Technical analysis involves the interpretation of patterns

SiberinGunlugu
Zero-Click Exploit - Bir Müdahale Hikayesi - 27.08.2021

SiberinGunlugu

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 12:31


Bu hafta Tuğba Öztürk ve Murat Lostar, Pegasus zararlısının yeni exploitini ve ABD Nüfus Sayım Bürosu'na (US Census Bureau) 2020'nin Ocak ayında gerçekleştirilen siber saldırının olay raporunu yorumluyor. Görüntülü yayına youtube.com/siberingunlugu adresi üzerinden ulaşabilirsiniz. Keyifli dinlemeler! #siberingunlugu

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
COI #154: The War State Spins Lies to Exploit Tragedy at Kabul Airport

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 65:37


Connor Freeman – writer at the Libertarian Institute – returns to the show to discuss the dual suicide bombing at the Kabul airport. As of the recording, at least 60 Afghans and 13 American soldiers were killed in the blasts. ISIS-K – a group of mostly non-Afghans that have pledged loyalty to the Islamic State – claimed credit for the attack, which came after several terrorism alerts from US and Taliban officials in recent days.  In response to the bombing, American hawks have exploited the tragedy by spinning lies about the situation in Afghanistan, many claiming Washington could easily take Kabul under control with a few soldiers. Others have suggested that America commit war crimes and wipe Afghan cities off the map in response, often conflating the Taliban with ISIS-K. Kyle and Connor debunk the most popular myths being pushed.  Connor breaks down how Israel is terrorizing the Palestinians. In the West Bank, Tel Aviv is increasing the use of night raids, seeing IDF soldiers storm refugee camps in the middle of the night. Israeli forces have responded to Palestinian opposition to the raids with increased violence. During a recent raid, Israeli forces murdered a Palestinian teenager.  Kyle and Connor update ongoing protests in Gaza. The situation for Palestinians in the blockaded enclave is even worse as IDF snipers recently opened fire on demonstrators, injuring over 40 people, including 24 children. A Palestinian gunman shot one of the snipers in the head. In response, Israel has bombed Gaza City.  Along with bombing Palestinians, Israel has also been targeting Syria. While Syria and Russia have announced they would attempt to prevent the strikes, Israel has so far been undeterred. The strikes add to the instability in the region that could be exacerbated as Israel pushes Biden to leave the JCPOA. Connor explains how Israel's reckless bombing is driving tensions in the Middle East. Odysee Rumble  Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook  Twitter  MeWe Apple Podcast  Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CBD

Conflicts of Interest
The War State Spins Lies to Exploit Tragedy at Kabul Airport

Conflicts of Interest

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 65:37


Connor Freeman – writer at the Libertarian Institute – returns to the show to discuss the dual suicide bombing at the Kabul airport. As of the recording, at least 60 Afghans and 13 American soldiers were killed in the blasts. ISIS-K – a group of mostly non-Afghans that have pledged loyalty to the Islamic State – claimed credit for the attack, which came after several terrorism alerts from US and Taliban officials in recent days.  In response to the bombing, American hawks have exploited the tragedy by spinning lies about the situation in Afghanistan, many claiming Washington could easily take Kabul under control with a few soldiers. Others have suggested that America commit war crimes and wipe Afghan cities off the map in response, often conflating the Taliban with ISIS-K. Kyle and Connor debunk the most popular myths being pushed.  Connor breaks down how Israel is terrorizing the Palestinians. In the West Bank, Tel Aviv is increasing the use of night raids, seeing IDF soldiers storm refugee camps in the middle of the night. Israeli forces have responded to Palesitnian opposition to the raids with increased violence. During a recent raid, Israeli forces murdered a Palestinian teenager.  Kyle and Connor update ongoing protests in Gaza. The situation for Palestinians in the blockaded enclave is even worse as IDF snipers recently opened fire on demonstrators, injuring over 40 people, including 24 children. A Palestinian gunman shot one of the snipers in the head. In response, Israel has bombed Gaza City.  Along with bombing Palestinians, Israel has also been targeting Syria. While Syria and Russia have announced they would attempt to prevent the strikes, Israel has so far been undeterred. The strikes add to the instability in the region that could be exacerbated as Israel pushes Biden to leave the JCPOA. Connor explains how Israel's reckless bombing is driving tensions in the Middle East. Odysee Rumble  Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook  Twitter  MeWe Apple Podcast  Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CBD

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report
Pac 12 Football 2021 Betting Preview To Monetize The Season And Mitigate Inflation

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 90:54


68% Last 2 NFL Football And College Football Regular Season, Bowl Season & Playoffs (52.5% is Breakeven) Chronicled on this Podcast and we disclose all meth ods in the Podcast is actionable information in real time to monetize the outcomes of the games However "Salesman think short term-businessman and women think long term" We have 1000% ROI -Return on investment. Meaning 10 times more money than what you started with by listening o the Podcast Bet The Process This is the CNBC Bloomberg Fox Business Of Sportsbetting As a result we educate on business and financial concepts so you do not run out of money in retirement Since we are in a mental health crisis we provide "Mental Health 1st Aid Kit" Josh Vizcay MBA - Financial Services "Makes Money As Financial Services Professional -Tax Mitigates Money For Business And Wealthy Individuals" Also County Boards, City Councils, and local Political Corruption Historian Chad Nolan @cnolan3 is an accomplished College Football and Arena League Football player who has worked with big time NFL and current college football players. His brother Chance is the starting quarterback at Oregon State YouTube link www.youtube.com/channel/UCp6aM9HYlKXBjIcWd_Mi5ow Website Link linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Financial and math terms such as *Arbitrage *Return to mean *Law of opposites People have never gotten rich with Technical Analysis but has gotten rich selling it Qualitative Fundamentals to Consider There are four key fundamentals that analysts always consider when regarding a company. All are qualitative rather than quantitative. They include: * The business model: * Competitive advantage: * Management: * Corporate Governance: *Strategy - Transparency - Information flow - Exploit market inefficiencies - Return To the mean - Enjoy the ride Find more information on our other video and long form articles on our website linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Reference for Podcast Episodes Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven 1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process Anti-Social Personality Disorder 1) Lack Of remorse 2)Frequent lying 3) Lack Of Empathy 4) Superficial Charm 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions 6) Distorted sense of Self 7) Constant source of new sensations Fundamental analysis involves the consideration of all things that could affect the price of a stock such as corporate earnings, product developments, political considerations such as laws and regulations, corporate governance, accounting issues, etc. Technical analysis involves the interpretation of patterns

The Rant with Jeff Ratcliffe
TE Rankings + How to Exploit Site ADP

The Rant with Jeff Ratcliffe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 17:01


Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down the latest update to his tight end fantasy football rankings and tells you how he's attacking the position in fantasy football drafts. Jeff then dives into  how you can exploit commissioner site ADP and points out several players who are buried in ESPN's ADP. 

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report
SEC Football 2021 Betting Preview To Monetize The Season And Mitigate Inflation

#ESBC NFL Betting and Team Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 98:20


68% Last 2 NFL Football And College Football Regular Season, Bowl Season & Playoffs (52.5% is Breakeven) Chronicled on this Podcast and we disclose all meth
ods in the Podcast is actionable information in real time to monetize the outcomes of the games 
However "Salesman think short term-businessman and women think long term" Bet The Process This is the CNBC Bloomberg Fox Business Of Sportsbetting As a result we educate on business and financial concepts so you do not run out of money in retirement 
Since we are in a mental health crisis we provide "Mental Health 1st Aid Kit"
Josh Vizcay MBA - Financial Services "Makes Money As Financial Services Professional -Tax Mitigates Money For Business And Wealthy Individuals"
Also County Boards, City Councils, and local Political Corruption Historian
 Chad Nolan @cnolan3 is an accomplished College Football and Arena League Football player who has worked with big time NFL and current college football players. His brother Chance is the starting quarterback at Oregon State
 YouTube link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp6aM9HYlKXBjIcWd_Mi5ow Website Link https://linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Financial and math terms such as *Arbitrage *Return to mean *Law of opposites People have 
never gotten rich with Technical Analysis but has gotten rich selling it Qualitative Fundamentals to Consider There are four key fundamentals that analysts always consider when regarding a company. All are qualitative rather than quantitative. They include: * The business model: * Competitive advantage: * Management: * Corporate Governance: *Strategy - Transparency - Information flow - Exploit market inefficiencies - Return To the mean - Enjoy the ride Find more information on our other video and long form articles on our website
linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork Reference for Podcast Episodes 
Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven 
1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information
 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 
3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony 
4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process
 Anti-Social Personality Disorder
 1) Lack Of remorse 
2)Frequent lying
 3) Lack Of Empathy 
4) Superficial Charm
 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions
 6) Distorted sense of Self
 7) Constant source of new sensations Fundamental analysis involves the consideration of all things that could affect the price of a stock such as corporate earnings, product developments, political considerations such as laws and regulations, corporate governance, accounting issues, etc. Technical analysis involves the interpretation of patterns on charts that show the changes of prices over time.

Forward Observer Dispatch
China To Exploit Leaked U.S. Terror Watchlist: DAILY SA_19 AUG 21

Forward Observer Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 17:25


Cyber and Technology with Mike
19 August 2021 Cyber and Tech News

Cyber and Technology with Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 12:11


In today's podcast we cover four crucial cyber and technology topics, including: 1. 94 Million USD in crypto currency stolen from exchange liquid 2. Holeswarm uses over 20 vulnerabilities to target cloud resources for crypto mining 3. Census Bureau breached due to unpatched Citrix ADC 4. Indiana State COVID tracing application exposed data to internet I'd love feedback, feel free to send your comments and feedback to  | cyberandtechwithmike@gmail.com

Wealthion
Robbed Blind! How Our Unfair Markets Exploit Investors Like You | HFT Expert Joe Saluzzi (PT1)

Wealthion

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 33:33


HFT Expert Joe Saluzzi explains how our unfair markets exploit investors like you. Institutional trader and market structure expert Joe Saluzzi explains how the plumbing of today's financial markets works, exposing the unseen parties that profit off of the unsuspecting majority of investors. Dark pools, high frequency trading algorithms, pay for performance -- there's an arms race underway in which both the regulators and general public are hopelessly outgunned. There's an invisible war being waged in the financial markets every day. Tremendously deep-pocketed and politically-connected players use Big Data, dark exchanges and microsecond trading advantages to exploit daily trading activity. See the YouTube Video for the charts and graphics: https://youtu.be/nAu6Ixzopo0

Jen, Gabe & Chewy
8AM: There's Gotta Be A Loophole I Can Exploit

Jen, Gabe & Chewy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 44:29


NIL is starting to get messier and messier and Chewy wants the acknowledgment for being right. We get some things off our chest during Take Out the Trash, Sophia Minnaert joins the show, and a celebration of another Antetokounmpo closes out the show.

The Gentlemen of Crypto
Robinhood Users Want Crypto Wallets | Sushi Exploit

The Gentlemen of Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 46:30


The Gentlemen of Crypto EP - 779 ********************************** Connect with us online at the following places: KRBE Digital Assets Group • Website: https://thegentlemenofcrypto.com • TGoC YouTube: https://bit.ly/3dauQCo • Masterclass: https://krbe-digital-assets-masterclass.teachable.com/courses SOCIAL • KRBE Twitter: https://twitter.com/krbecrypto • KRBE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/krbecrypto/ • KRBE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/krbecrypto/ • King Twitter: https://twitter.com/KingBlessDotCom • Bitcoin Zay Twitter: https://twitter.com/bitcoinzay COOL CRYPTO GEAR • Amenhotep Designs: https://www.adesignuk.com/ • No Keys No Cheese Gear: https://www.bitcoinmovement.com   Business Inquiries: krbe@krbecrypto.com Support "The Gentlemen of Crypto" by using our referral link to download the Brave Browser. https://brave.com/krb666 Donations welcome, but not necessary! ********************************** **This is not financial advice. The expressed opinions in the video are of the speakers. You can lose all your money in the cryptocurrency market, so be sure to do your own research before investing.** The Gentleman of Crypto is a daily live broadcast that explores Bitcoin and cryptocurrency market. We discuss international topics, news updates, and future innovations in blockchain, digital currencies and assets, fintech, and more.

Security Science
Exploit Prediction Scoring System - Now With Live Data

Security Science

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 47:25


WSJ What’s News
Scammers Exploit Covid-19 Vaccine Shortages

WSJ What’s News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 13:40


P.M. Edition for Aug. 12. Vaccine scams are growing more complex, amid global disparities in access to Covid-19 shots. Health business editor Jonathan Rockoff joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss the latest scams that criminals are using to target authorities in dozens of countries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Kwadwo Boateng Bempah
116 Anointed With Power For Exploit

Kwadwo Boateng Bempah

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 101:34


Kwadwo Boateng Bempah
116 Anointed With Power For Exploit

Kwadwo Boateng Bempah

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 101:34


Apartment Building Investing with Michael Blank Podcast
MB277: Why Focus on Multifamily Operations? – With Ashley Wilson

Apartment Building Investing with Michael Blank Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 38:29


In the short term, multifamily investors can have success simply playing the appreciation game. But if you want to build a multifamily portfolio that survives and thrives for the long term, you have to make operations a priority.  Ashley Wilson is the cofounder of Bar Down Investments and the bestselling author of The Only Woman in the Room: Knowledge and Inspiration from 20 Women Real Estate Investors. Ashley has been involved in $60M-plus in real estate transactions in the last 12 years, and she leads asset and construction management for her own multifamily investments.  On this episode of Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing, Ashley joins cohost Garrett Lynch and me to explain why it's essential for syndicators to focus on operations. Ashley shares her take on the lack of women in real estate, offering advice on how to increase the number of women investors and influencers in the space. Listen in for Ashley's insight on the #1 skill you need to be a successful investor and find out how to marry asset and construction management to maximize the value of YOUR multifamily portfolio! Key Takeaways  What lights Ashley up about multifamily real estate Finding best way to maximize value of property Operations (how tenants think, market shifts, etc.) How Ashley's real estate strategy has evolved over time Hands-off house hacking, STRs while working full-time Shift to high-end flips after retired from pharmaceuticals  Desire to work smarter not harder led to multifamily Why multifamily is the holy grail for Ashley's needs Obvious tax advantages, hedge against inflation Market demand (need due to housing shortage) Why syndicators need to focus on operations Can't succeed long-term by way of appreciation alone Learn through management of difficult properties 100% collections on all properties throughout COVID The benefit of marrying asset and construction management Exploit market demands, minimize loss-to-lease Build up right tenants = easier to operate long term What inspired Ashley to write The Only Woman in the Room Just 14 women out of 450 investors at MidAtlantic Summit Highlight stories, provide role models for next generation Ashley's take on the lack of women in the real estate business Women not encouraged to pursue STEM fields until now Math and finance necessary foundation for investing Why determination is the #1 skill of a successful investor Overrides fear of asking questions and taking risks Seek out knowledge, push through self-doubt How to increase the number of women investors and influencers Provide opportunities to speak at events based on merit Best way to be introduced = have someone introduce you Ashley's advice to aspiring women real estate investors Start building relationships (net worth = network) Exploit free platforms to learn fundamentals Connect with Ashley Wilson Bar Down Investments Ashley on Instagram Ashley on BiggerPockets Resources Access the Recordings from Deal Maker Live Register for Michael's Platform Builders Masterclass Join the Nighthawk Equity Investor Club The Only Woman in the Room: Knowledge and Inspiration from 20 Women Real Estate Investors compiled by Ashley Wilson MidAtlantic Summit The Real Estate InvestHER Community Investor Girl Britt Podcast Show Notes Michael's Website  Michael on Facebook  Michael on Instagram  Michael on YouTube  Apartment Investor Network Facebook Group 

Manager Tools
Exploit Your Wiggle Room - Part 2

Manager Tools

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021


Part 2 of our guidance for managers who are hesitant to make changes.

Manager Tools
Exploit Your Wiggle Room - Part 1

Manager Tools

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021


Part 1 of our guidance for managers who are hesitant to make changes.