All of the processes of governing, whether undertaken by a govnt, market or network, whether over a family, tribe, formal or informal organization or territory and whether through the laws, norms, power or language of an organized society
As a tech platform and a company, Uber has become emblematic of an economic shift toward precarious, low-wage gig work and declining labor standards, which has unfolded under the guise of innovation. But an overlooked dimension of Uber's rise is how the company capitalized on deeper tensions at the heart of urban politics. In Disrupting DC: The Rise of Uber and the Fall of the City, authors Katie Wells, Kafui Attoh, and Declan Cullen tell the story of Uber as a political force, revealing how DC became a testing ground and eventual “playbook” for the company's consolidation of power across the nation and the globe. During our September 21 Network Book Forum, co-authors Katie Wells and Kafui Attoh discussed their book with M.R. Sauter in a conversation moderated by Data & Society researcher Alexandra Mateescu.
The newest environmental scam set to sweep across the world under the guise of saving the planet is the new ESG movement, or Environmental, Social, and Governance rating system. And like everything that the Globalists put forth to humanity, it is a giant scam designed to modify and ultimately control the behavior of everyone else. By quantifying the environmental, social, and governance decisions made by corporations, the World Economic Forum seeks to remake society by assigning a score to both the corporations and the products that they manufacture and sell. This score will then be used to measure how well a particular company is playing ball with the dictates of the WEF or if they are contributing too much CO2 to the atmosphere. Get ready for the SJWs to obsess over the ESG scores of their fellow NPCs, all while screaming at the MAGA people for refusing to buy that new electric leaf blower. Sponsors: Emergency Preparedness Food: www.preparewithmacroaggressions.com Chemical Free Body: https://www.chemicalfreebody.com Promo Code: MACRO C60 Purple Power: https://c60purplepower.com/ Promo Code: MACRO Wise Wolf Gold & Silver: www.Macroaggressions.gold True Hemp Science: https://truehempscience.com/ Haelan: https://haelan951.com/pages/macro Solar Power Lifestyle: https://solarpowerlifestyle.com/ Promo Code: MACRO LegalShield: www.DontGetPushedAround.com EMP Shield: www.EMPShield.com Promo Code: MACRO Christian Yordanov's Detoxification Program: https://members.christianyordanov.com/detox-workshop?coupon=MACRO Coin Bit App: https://coinbitsapp.com/?ref=0SPP0gjuI68PjGU89wUv Macroaggressions Merch Store: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/macroaggressions?ref_id=22530 LinkTree: linktr.ee/macroaggressions Books: HYPOCRAZY: https://amzn.to/3VsPDp8 Controlled Demolition on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3ufZdzx The Octopus Of Global Control: Amazon: https://amzn.to/3VDWQ5c Barnes & Noble: https://bit.ly/39vdKeQ Online Connection: Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/Macroaggressions Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/macroaggressions_podcast/ Discord Link: https://discord.gg/4mGzmcFexg Website: www.theoctopusofglobalcontrol.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/theoctopusofglobalcontrol Twitter: www.twitter.com/macroaggressio3 Twitter Handle: @macroaggressio3 Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-4728012
About the CISO Circuit SeriesSean Martin and Michael Piacente will join forces roughly once per month to discuss everything from looking for a new job, entering the field, finding the right work/life balance, examining the risks and rewards in the role, building and supporting your team, the value of the community, relevant newsworthy items, and so much more. Join us to help us understand the role of the CISO so that we can collectively find a path to Redefining CyberSecurity. If you have a topic idea or a comment on an episode, feel free to contact Sean Martin.____________________________Guest: Michael Piacente, Managing Partner and Cofounder of Hitch PartnersOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/michael-piacente____________________________Host: Sean Martin, Co-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining CyberSecurity Podcast [@RedefiningCyber]On ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/sean-martin____________________________This Episode's SponsorsImperva | https://itspm.ag/imperva277117988Pentera | https://itspm.ag/penteri67a___________________________Episode NotesIn this special episode of Redefining Cybersecurity—the CISO Circuit Series—Sean Martin and Michael Piacente come together to explore the role of a CISO and the challenges they face. They discuss how organizations are trimming cybersecurity activities, including the reduction or elimination of CISO roles, due to the impact of the economy. They explore the concept of "battlefield promotions," where individuals within organizations take on CISO responsibilities without the official title. They discuss the trend of an increasing number of job seekers in the cybersecurity market, with data revealing a significant rise in both proactive and reactive candidates. They also discuss the importance of executive-level support for CISOs and the impact it has on their job satisfaction and success.The conversation touches on the issue of executive sponsorship, with many companies failing to fully support their security programs, leading to frustration and turnover among CISOs. The conversation highlights the collaborative nature of the CISO community and its influence on the hiring process. They also explore the concept of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) and its influence on individuals seeking new security roles.The desire to make a positive impact on the world and align with organizations that share that goal emerges as a driving force for CISOs. Give the challenges cybersecurity leadership encounters, the need for adequate support and resources continues to mount.Throughout the episode, Sean and Michael provide valuable insights into the evolving nature of the CISO role and the factors that influence job satisfaction and career moves in the cybersecurity industry. Listeners can expect a thoughtful and informative conversation that highlights the complexities and nuances of the CISO role in today's dynamic cyber landscape.____________________________Watch this and other videos on ITSPmagazine's YouTube ChannelRedefining CyberSecurity Podcast with Sean Martin, CISSP playlist:
Rock star Environmental Attorney, Durwood Zaelke, discusses how to save our planet! Durwood is a self described "grizzled veteran" who has helped protect the environment from the Love Canal litigation 50 years ago to his work in strengthening the Montreal Protocol. Durwood describes how that treaty can be broadened and strengthened to limit methane emissions which are 80x more harmful than CO2. Durwood is going to COP28 to confront the Sultans of oil to get them to reduce methane emissions.
In this episode of the TechTank Podcast, co-host Nicol Turner Lee speaks to Congressman Ted (D-CA) about these and other areas concerning AI regulation, oversight, and guidance in the United States. They also discuss how AI's regulation from other countries will influence national policymaking. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Leadership is an essential component of successful professional governance. This podcast with two leadership experts discusses leadership behaviors necessary for nurses to have ownership and accountability for nursing practice. While shared governance focused on more on structure, professional governance is grounded in the leadership needed by individual nurses through the highest levels of executive practice, leading peers through professional governance structures as well as taking accountability in individual nursing practice.
In this episode of The Gate 15 Interview, Andy Jabbour talks with Robert (Bob) Kolasky, “Advancing National Security Risk Management through Technology, Innovation and Governance,” who is presently serving as Senior Vice President for Critical Infrastructure at Exiger, where he is focusing on developing cutting-edge risk management solutions for critical infrastructure companies and supporting government agencies. Leads market strategy for addressing third party and supply chain risk in critical infrastructure and delivering analysis to support enhanced business and government operations. He also serves in a number of other roles including: Nonresident Scholar, Technology and International Affairs Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Senior Associate, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Senior Fellow, McCrary Institute at Auburn University Bob on LinkedIn. Bob on Twitter, @BobKolasky. We talk on Information Sharing Operations including the grouping of Mis- Dis- and Mal- info and what those terms mean, free speech and private-public coordination, solutions, and a speed round! We revisit our discussion on space as critical infrastructure. We explore what's on Bob's mind, including protecting our supply chains and cloud security. Three (more!) Questions with Bob Kolasky as we talk about scooters, the City of Light/the City of Love, and nudging the world in a better direction. And more! Exiger website The DHS Risk Lexicon (PDF) COLUMN: Addressing the Homeland Security Threat from China, 18 Jan 2023 COLUMN: Advancing Homeland Security Risk Governance, 22 Sep 2022 COLUMN: The Country Can't Afford a ‘Pause' on Combating Disinformation and Violence, 15 Jul 2022 Pro-China Disinformation Campaign Claims US Started Maui Fires in a ‘Weather Weapons' Experiment, Falsely Citing the UK's MI6 5th Circuit finds Biden White House, CDC likely violated First Amendment Bob's Exiger profile The Gate 15 Interview: Bob Kolasky talks critical infrastructure, risk, Guns N' Roses and pizza! (November 2021) Previously, Bob served as Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency's (CISA) Assistant Director, leading the National Risk Management Center (NRMC) and in a number of other critical homeland security roles and responsibilities.In the discussion: A few references mentioned in or relevant to our discussion include:
The many pressures squeezing health care providers have all served to make the role of hospital trustees, or governing board members, more important than ever. These boards have been charged with making sure that quality metrics are met and that strategic priorities guide the missions. In this conversation, John Haupert, president and CEO of Grady Health System and the 2023 Chair of AHA's Board, and Greg Bentz, board chair of Saint Luke's Health and chair of AHA's Committee on Governance, discuss the thin margin of error that hospitals and health systems are facing, and how Saint Luke's is focusing on governance to help achieve the highest levels of excellence in providing health care.
In this engaging podcast, Kurt Thoennessen, CAPI, the host of the Private Client Risk and Resilience Podcast, invites Susan Schoenfeld, CEO and founder of Wealth Legacy Advisors, to explore the intricate world of family governance and communication within high-net-worth families. Kurt explains his role as a certified advisor in personal insurance, emphasizing the importance of addressing risks and challenges faced by wealthy clients. Susan, a self-proclaimed "recovering attorney" and CPA with an MBA, shares insights about her firm, Wealth Legacy Advisors, and its mission to guide ultra-high-net-worth families in navigating the human aspects of wealth.The discussion delves into the concept of family governance, highlighting its role in shaping how affluent families make decisions, establish structures, and plan for future generations. Susan's real-world examples illustrate the significance of family governance in preventing potential conflicts and chaos as families grow and evolve. She describes various techniques, such as family councils and family assemblies, which provide frameworks for decision-making and representation within wealthy families.The conversation emphasizes the critical role of effective communication in addressing complex issues related to wealth, legacy, and family dynamics. Susan and Kurt explore the challenges faced by affluent families, from raising children in an atmosphere of wealth to navigating philanthropy and addressing concerns about potential heirs' marriages and creditor claims.Throughout the transcript, Susan underscores the value of addressing these "soft issues" in wealth management, demonstrating how caring about clients' holistic well-being fosters lasting relationships. This podcast transcript offers profound insights for advisors, highlighting the importance of focusing on the human aspects of wealth when assisting high-net-worth families in building legacies and maintaining family harmony.
In this episode of The Business of Tech, host Dave Sobel discusses the impact of AI on businesses. He highlights Microsoft's new co-pilot feature in Windows 11, which seamlessly integrates AI assistance across various apps and experiences. The co-pilot can pull data from calendars, emails, and documents to assist with tasks like drafting texts and emails. It also offers real-time suggestions in apps like Outlook and includes voice and text commands for controlling the desktop experience. Additionally, Sobel explores how AI is transforming healthcare and discusses big ideas such as AI governance and separating fact from fiction.Three things to know today00:00 AI Arrives at Your Desktop: Implications of Microsoft's Copilot on Business04:56 The Doctor Will 'See' You Now: How AI Is Transforming Healthcare07:21 Big Ideas This Week: AI Governance, Ethical Boundaries, and Separating Fact from FictionAdvertiser: https://www.cynomi.com/https://gozynta.com/payments/Looking for a link from the stories? The entire script of the show, with links to articles, is posted in each story on https://businessof.tech/Do you want the show on your podcast app or the written versions of the stories? Subscribe to the Business of Tech: https://www.businessof.tech/subscribe/Support the show on Patreon: https://patreon.com/mspradio/Want our stuff? Cool Merch? Wear “Why Do We Care?” - Visit https://mspradio.myspreadshop.comFollow us on:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mspradionews/Twitter: https://twitter.com/mspradionews/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mspradio/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/28908079/
In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Lynnette Heath about nVent's Environmental, Social and Governance Report. Lynnette Heath (https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynnetteheath/)is nVent's Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer and ESG People pillar executive sponsor. Prior to joining nVent, she was the Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources at Twin Cities-based Entrust Datacard. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 627454) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Each HCI Podcast episode (Program ID: 24-DP529) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCPHR recertification through SHRM, as part of the knowledge and competency programs related to the SHRM Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge™ (the SHRM BASK™). Human Capital Innovations has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. Each HCI Podcast episode qualifies for a maximum of 0.50 points.
Prepare to set sail on a journey filled with adventure, art, and groundbreaking technology with our guest, Rob van Straten, CEO of Skytree. This episode dives deep into Rob's vibrant life, taking us from his childhood in the 80s, through his time in the army, his global sailing adventures, and leading us up to his stellar rise in the tech world. As a lover of art, Rob shares his memorable experiences from the Vermeer exhibition and the captivating stories behind some of the most iconic artworks. We also explore the intricate path that led Rob to spearhead Skytree's mission towards ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) compliance. For those keen on understanding the inner workings of the tech industry, Rob takes us through his career, shedding light on the highs and lows of sales, leadership, and business management. He openly discusses the challenges of transforming intentions into actions, particularly in the realm of responsible business practices. Rob also sets the stage for us to understand the birth and evolution of Skytree's revolutionary CO2 scrubber technology, originally designed for space but now adapted for earthly applications. Finally, we delve into the world of vertical farming and Skytree's pioneering CO2 capture technology. Rob paints a vivid picture of how his team has harnessed technology to offer a sustainable alternative to CO2 emissions. From capturing CO2 from exhausts to engineering a machine that directly extracts CO2 at a vertical farm's location, Skytree is redefining the game. Rob also introduces us to Skytree's Total Cost of Ownership tool, a unique approach that helps clients understand the real cost associated with CO2. As we conclude our time with Rob, he shares his perspective on the rising industry of vertical farming, emphasizing the importance of collaboration, faith, and understanding. So, come aboard and prepare to be enthralled by this riveting tale of technology, art, and innovation.Thanks to Our SponsorsAgTech Marketing TeamCEA Summit EastHorti Agri Next MEAKey Takeaways0:00:00 - Discussion on Art and Career Journey0:13:14 - Skytree's ESG Compliance Journey0:28:47 - CO2 Capture Technology for Vertical Farms0:43:26 - Insights on the Vertical Farming IndustryTweetable Quotes"We all know greenwashing is sort of an intermediate stage between awareness and really doing things. Oh, let's say we do this. We can defend that with a little bit of fantasy and you can criticize it, but it's also a step, a step in the right direction, and then public outcry on greenwashing will repair that soon, because that's the worst thing that can happen to your reputation." "There's no choice. But it's difficult because of our climate issue and there's no job anymore. But the difficulty is always that it's easy to talk about what we should do. It's difficult to change your own behavior. But recently we see recognition that actually the world will survive, the planet will survive, but it's people that will be in trouble.""I just saw the opportunity and maybe that blindsided me a little bit for the risk, you know. Then, yeah, I mean you dive into it because you think you know it's a gut feel we can make this work."Resources MentionedRob's Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/robvanstratenRob's Website - https://www.skytree.eu/Rob's Email -
Christina went to school in Ohio at Miami, She then got her MBA and law degree, a double whammy. Christina has been at HPE for over 20 years, You'll love hearing about all about her career!
Honeywell's 2023 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report outlines how we are building a strong foundation for a sustainable future. In this podcast episode, Anne Madden, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, joins Laura Kelleher, Chief Marketing Officer, to discuss Honeywell's ESG journey, the progress we are making toward our commitments, and how other business leaders can implement a sound ESG strategy and execute on their goals. Explore the 2023 ESG Report: https://www.honeywell.com/us/en/company/esg-report Find more stories that explore the future of life and business: https://www.honeywell.com/us/en/newsLet's connect! Follow Honeywell on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/honeywell/Follow Honeywell on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/honeywell/
At the start of the Covid-19 crisis, the European Commission suspended the fiscal rules that applied to member states to allow countries to use fiscal policy domestically to deal with health emergency. This suspension was further extended when Russia invaded Ukraine and cause a great energy crisis in the European Union. The suspension is now meant to be lifted in 2024 when the rules will come back into full operation. In this three-year period, the European Commission has also tried to update and modernise the fiscal framework in a proposal they put forward in April 2023. In this episode of The Sound of Economics, Maria Demertzis invites Jeromin Zettelmeyer and Zsolt Darvas to evaluate this proposal. As they present in a recent paper, in this framework, medium-term fiscal adjustment requirements would be determined by country-by-country debt sustainability analysis (DSA), the 3 percent deficit ceiling and simple rules requiring minimum deficit and debt adjustments (‘safeguards'). These elements are controversial, with some EU countries (and us) preferring a DSA-based approach, while others prefer to stick to simple rules. Relevant publications Darvas, Z., L. Welslau and J. Zettelmeyer (2023) ‘A quantitative evaluation of the European Commission´s fiscal governance proposal', Working Paper 16/2023, Bruegel The economic governance review and its impact on monetary-fiscal coordination, Zsolt Darvas, Jeromin Zettelmeyer, In-Depth analysis, European Parliament
In this insightful episode of The Mark Moss Show, we dive deep into the burgeoning influence of Bitcoin on nation states and how countries like Bhutan, the UAE, Oman, and El Salvador are navigating its disruptive impact. We then shine a light on the concerning implications of dementia among US officials and what it means for national security. We'll also delve into the current EV transformation, exploring the challenges faced by cities like Palo Alto, and whether our energy infrastructure can keep up with the fast-paced change. Lastly, with the CPI hitting its biggest monthly gain, we assess what this means for your pocket and the broader economy. Join us for this deep dive into some of the most pressing topics of our time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode I interview Tim Weiss, CEO of Climatetech. Weiss discusses the obstacles companies have to overcome when managing Scope 3 emissions, the impact of potential government regulations in the US on Scope 3, and the potential competitive advantage of companies that successfully manager Scope 3 emissions.
I have a message for every farmer in Manitoba, no matter what crop they grow, or type of animals are under their care — now is the time to engage with all local candidates. Governance matters. On October 3rd, Manitobans will elect 57 Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs). Every one of them will influence,... Read More
In this episode, Liz Darrow and Lucy Madrigal break down the importance of co-governance in their communities of Whatcom and Skagit counties respectively. Sharing their unique perspectives on the margin between community organizing and government responsibility, they provide insight into the upcoming election for city council and the platforms that they are cultivating. Support Liz and Lucy's campaigns here:https://www.lizdarrow.com/https://www.lucy4ward1.com/Music from the episode:If I Was President by Las CafeterasI'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) by The Proclaimers No Nos Moveran by Los Lobos Support the show
Dr Joana Cook and Dr Shiraz Maher authors of 'The Rule is for None but Allah: Islamist Approaches to Governance' join Harry Kemsley and Sean Corbett to discuss the role that OSINT has to play in understanding violent extremist organisations and the challenges in doing so.
Roger Stone, a partisan Republican, and Gene Valentino compare the political past to the political future. Roger Stone predicts Trump will be the nominee. He compares his firsthand relationship with Richard Nixon to his current relationship with Donald Trump. He says Trump will be the beneficiary of a more open/honest election through effective oversight. How much of Trump's past experience in government will reflect the way he leads in the future? Roger Stone capsulizes the inside truth about the John Durham report that there was an illegal use of the FISA warrants to spy of Donald Trump and staff. Roger describes that there were wire taps on his phone as well as Paul Manafort, and Carter Page, claiming they had ‘Russian collusion' communications. He reflects on John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign against Richard Nixon. “Had Nixon had the internet to launch counter offenses against Kennedy, he would have survived against Kennedy,” says Roger Stone. Stone was also accused of Wikileaks communications with Julian Assange, which was not the case. Evidence shows no such communication existed. Not only Donald Trump, but Roger Stone as well have questioned anomalies in the last 2020 election. Roger talks about the unsubstantiated accusations against Trump that led to the Trump indictments. Roger compares the Biden Crime Family antics, and those of the Democrat Party, to historical patterns that go back to the Kennedy/Johnson Administrations. Go to MarcoPoloUSA.org. Roger says that there you'll find the actual posted contents of Hunter Biden's laptop. Trump considers himself the sole reason Ron DeSantis became Governor. Trump's support of DeSantis reinvigorated the doomed candidacy of DeSantis. For this reason, Roger says there's no chance Trump would entertain a Trump/DeSantis ticket. Roger wants DeSantis to focus on Florida's malaria epidemic and insurance crisis. On Biden's term of office, Roger thinks it's possible Biden will stay in office long enough to pardon himself and the others in the Biden Crime Family whether he's the Democratic nominee or not. He believes Biden will enact the War Powers Act in order to avoid the next presidential election entirely, in order to postpone the next election indefinitely. He says Trump will prevail across the board on all of these charges. He outlines Biden Administration's violation of a treaty we signed with Russia, all because Joe Biden felt the need to step up and protect Ukraine. “Under Trump we saw that Russia would not invade Ukraine. Putin was scared of Trump. We are vaulting dangerously toward WW3 under Biden's Administration. When Trump prays, he prays for America, not himself,” Stone says.Originally Recorded on Wednesday, September 13, 2023 at 10:30am CSTSeason 2, Episode 17Learn More at: GeneValentino.comImage(s) Courtesy of: Gene Valentino Join the Conversation: https://GeneValentino.com WMXI Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/NewsRadio981 More WMXI Interviews: https://genevalentino.com/wmxi-interviews/ More GrassRoots TruthCast Episodes: https://genevalentino.com/grassroots-truthcast-with-gene-valentino/ More About Gene Valentino: https://genevalentino.com/about-gene-valentino/
0:00 -- Intro.2:02 -- Start of interview.3:02 -- Victor's "origin story" 5:30 -- Joining Stanford University's Board of Trustees, and later the board of Popeye's Louisiana Kitchen (NASDAQ: PLKI).9:06 -- His current position as Managing Director and Practice Leader, Consumer and Retail at Diversified Search Group, working primarily in the Board of Directors practice. He is the leader of the firm's Dallas-Fort Worth office.9:53 -- Differences between executive and board searches. "We find people for jobs, not jobs for people"13:01 -- The role of data and automation in the search business.14:48 -- Distinctions between board searches for private and public company boards.17:27 -- Economics of search firms on executive and board placements.20:15 -- On working with Nomination and Governance Committees and the evolution of Board Matrices. On overboarding. On board expertise: cybersecurity, digital, legal, international, etc.28:38 -- Boardroom trends in 2023: Flexibility on C-suite experience, broader demand for specialized expertise (cyber, AI, ESG, etc). On the ESG and DEI backlash. "Companies are looking for supply chain expertise." On geopolitics in the boardroom.32:36 -- What are boards looking for in new directors. "They are looking for really strong core values: integrity, ethics, leadership and judgment." How to build your brand as a director. Functional expertise. "Search firms probably fill 30-40% of open board seats, that tells you that 60-70% are done the old-fashioned way (ie. by other members of the board)."37:35 -- Recommended resources for board members or aspiring board members. Latino Corporate Director Association (LCDA).39:30 -- On boardroom diversity and the state of Latin@s on corporate boards.42:17 -- Measuring effectiveness of board members.44:40 -- Books that have greatly influenced his life: Built to Last, by Jim Collins and Jerry Porras (1994).The Haj, by Leon Uris (1984)The Empire of the Summer Moon, by S. C. Gwynne (2010)46:17 -- His mentors, and what he learned from them: Art Gonzalez (president of the first bank that he worked at)Jerry Porras (Latino Action Business Network)48:35 -- Quotes he thinks of often or lives his life by: "Keep your friends close, and keep your enemies closer." 49:07 -- An unusual habit or an absurd thing that he loves.49:43 -- The living person he most admires: Pope Francis.Victor Arias is a Managing Director and Practice Leader, Consumer and Retail at Diversified Search Group, working primarily in the Board of Directors practice. He is the leader of the firm's Dallas-Fort Worth office.__ You can follow Evan on social media at:Twitter: @evanepsteinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/epsteinevan/ Substack: https://evanepstein.substack.com/__You can join as a Patron of the Boardroom Governance Podcast at:Patreon: patreon.com/BoardroomGovernancePod__Music/Soundtrack (found via Free Music Archive): Seeing The Future by Dexter Britain is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License
Data Governance may not sound exciting - but it's critical! It covers how your company produces, consumes, collects, and destroys data. So, with businesses generating and using more data than ever, why is this role so often forgotten? Our guest today is Lauren Maffeo, Author of "Designing Data Governance from the Ground Up" and an adjunct Lecturer of Design at The George Washington University. Lauren sets the tone for us by explaining what Data Governance is and how too much data is produced for one person or even a single team to own it all. Lauren lays out how you can create data points from subject matter experts around key areas of data your company produces or ingests, such as Sales, Marketing, and Customer Data; each of which can then have sub-sets to provide even more structure. Lauren shares why you need to understand how data works in the subject matter expert's day to day job and how data governance will help them do their job more effectively. In addition, we learn about data dictionaries and the big part they play in data governance and enablement efforts to ensure clarity is provided across domains on the exact meaning of terms that might have different meanings depending on the context. Three Key Takeaways: · The biggest challenge to doing data governance well is having a thought leadership strategy around it to get other colleagues on board. · There is too much data produced today for one person or one team to own all of it. You need to make it a collective effort across technical and non-technical roles. · You can not succeed in sales, marketing, or customer success without data.
Firstly if you want to Governance at the South Coast Summit (join their workshop at Practical Microsoft 365 Baseline Governance – South Coast Summit ) So Marijn lost for the first round of the battle between the quick and powerful JSON v PowerApps @Helsinki but was magnanimous in his defeat. This is a great session and if you get chance to hear it them don't miss it.Steve had a conversation this week about a mystery workflow that did not seem to have any documentation, that we could find… it prompted a need to think about how to define a process that ensured documentation had a high enough priority and is a key component in the Definition of Done.Lots of people get a call out in this episode where Marijn and Steve look at what should be included ,typically, in your governance documents.Enjoy but be warned this is an explicit podcast versions as Marijn uses the C-word… and no we are not joking… Finally after another shout out we drink a Chinese Whisky, seriously a Chinese dram that actually impresses enough to seriously put onto the purchase list.
AWS Cloud Governance is the set of rules, practices, and reports that ensure your cloud use meets your business requirements. Tune into this episode, with host Jillian Forde, to hear from two Cloud Governance Specialists, Al Destefano and Nivas Durairaj, on how your organization can benefit from a multi-account strategy, meet regulatory requirements at scale, leverage AWS managed controls to meet business objectives and ensure data residency requirements are met by using services like AWS Organizations, AWS Config and AWS Control Tower. AWS Control Tower website: https://bit.ly/468g8oD AWS Cloud Governance options: https://bit.ly/3rb73N3
This is a selection of highlights from episode #155 of The 80,000 Hours Podcast.These aren't necessarily the most important, or even most entertaining parts of the interview — and if you enjoy this, we strongly recommend checking out the full episode:Lennart Heim on the compute governance era and what has to come afterAnd if you're finding these highlights episodes valuable, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.Highlights put together by Simon Monsour and Milo McGuire
In this episode, we discuss digital maturity in finance. Or more specifically, how more finance organizations are employing ERP systems, moving to cloud-based systems, transitioning more to analytics, and with that, understanding the talent management and risk management needs that are required with these major changes.Sharing their insights on these issues are two Protiviti experts, Chelsea Black and Kizzy Gift.Kizzy is a Director in the Business Performance Improvement practice. Kizzy specializes in finance transformation and change management within the BPI solution at Protiviti. She works with global clients on finance and operational process improvement, project management and change management. Kizzy has over 15 years of financial services knowledge as well as other industries including manufacturing, HR, healthcare and insurance.Chelsea is a Director at Protiviti and has spent the last eight years in the Business Performance Improvement practice. With more than 12 years of professional experience, Chelsea partners with clients to improve overall operations focusing on organizational, process and technology enhancements. She is a subject-matter expert in shared services as well as project and change management in the finance transformation space.Contact Chelsea at email@example.com.Contact Kizzy at firstname.lastname@example.org.To request a transcript of this episode, contact email@example.com.
In the last 30 years many governments have attempted to shift service delivery away from a central bureaucracy to local administrations. How well has it worked, and what do we know about the right and wrong way to decentralise? Dilip Mookherjee talks to Tim Phillips. Photo credit: Julien Harneis
with @alive_eth @danboneh @smc90This week's all-new episode covers the convergence of two important, very top-of-mind trends: AI (artificial intelligence) & blockchains/ crypto. These domains together have major implications for how we all live our lives everyday; so this episode is for anyone just curious about, or already building in the space. The conversation covers topics ranging from deep fakes, bots, and the need for proof-of-humanity in a world of AI; to big data, large language models like ChatGPT, user control, governance, privacy and security, zero knowledge and zkML; to MEV, media, art, and much more. Our expert guests (in conversation with host Sonal Chokshi) include: Dan Boneh, Stanford Professor (and Senior Research Advisor at a16z crypto), a cryptographer who's been working on blockchains for over a decade and who specializes in cryptography, computer security, and machine learning -- all of which intersect in this episode;Ali Yahya, general partner at a16z crypto, who also previously worked at Google -- where he not only worked on a distributed system for a fleet of robots (a sort of "collective reinforcement learning") but also worked on Google Brain, where he was one of the core contributors to the machine learning library TensorFlow built at Google.The first half of the hallway-style conversation between Ali & Dan (who go back together as student and professor at Stanford) is all about how AI could benefit from crypto, and the second half on how crypto could benefit from AI... the thread throughout is the tension between centralization vs. decentralization. So we also discuss where the intersection of crypto and AI can bring about things that aren't possible by either one of them alone...pieces referenced in this episode/ related reading:The Next Cyber Reasoning System for Cyber Security (2023) by Mohamed Ferrag, Ammar Battah, Norbert Tihanyi, Merouane Debbah, Thierry Lestable, Lucas CordeiroA New Era in Software Security: Towards Self-Healing Software via Large Language Models and Formal Verification (2023) by Yiannis Charalambous, Norbert Tihanyi, Ridhi Jain, Youcheng Sun, Mohamed Ferrag, Lucas CordeiroFixing Hardware Security Bugs with Large Language Models (2023) by Baleegh Ahmad, Shailja Thakur, Benjamin Tan, Ramesh Karri, Hammond PearceDo Users Write More Insecure Code with AI Assistants? (2022) by Neil Perry, Megha Srivastava, Deepak Kumar, Dan BonehAsleep at the Keyboard? Assessing the Security of GitHub Copilot's Code Contributions (2021) by Hammond Pearce, Baleegh Ahmad, Benjamin Tan, Brendan Dolan-Gavitt, Ramesh KarriVoting, Security, and Governance in Blockchains (2019) with Ali Yahya and Phil Daian As a reminder: none of the following should be taken as investment, legal, business, or tax advice; please see a16z.com/disclosures for more important information -- including to a link to a list of our investments – especially since we are investors in companies mentioned in this episode. Stay Updated: Find a16z on Twitter: https://twitter.com/a16zFind a16z on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/a16zSubscribe on your favorite podcast app: https://a16z.simplecast.com/Follow our host: https://twitter.com/stephsmithioPlease note that the content here is for informational purposes only; should NOT be taken as legal, business, tax, or investment advice or be used to evaluate any investment or security; and is not directed at any investors or potential investors in any a16z fund. a16z and its affiliates may maintain investments in the companies discussed. For more details please see a16z.com/disclosures.
Wandile Sihlobo is the Chief Economist of the Agricultural Business Chamber of South Africa (Agbiz) and the author of two books, “A Country of Two Agricultures: The Disparities, The Challenges, The Solutions” and “Finding Common Ground: Land, Equity and Agriculture“. He is a Senior Lecturer Extraordinary at the Department of Agricultural Economics at Stellenbosch University. Sihlobo is also a Visiting Research Fellow at the Wits School of Governance, University of the Witwatersrand, and a Research Associate at the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at Rhodes University. Sihlobo was appointed as a member of President Cyril Ramaphosa's Presidential Economic Advisory Council in 2019 (and re-appointed in 2022), having served on the Presidential Expert Advisory Panel on Land Reform and Agriculture from 2018. He is also a member of the Council of Statistics of South Africa (Stats SA) and a Commissioner at the International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC). Sihlobo is a columnist for Business Day, The Herald and Farmers Weekly magazine. His weekly podcast, “Agricultural Market Viewpoint with Wandile Sihlobo“, is available on all podcast platforms. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Fort Hare and a Master of Science degree in Agricultural Economics from Stellenbosch University. In this episode, you'll discover: -Wandile's entrepreneurial journey...01:20 -Why it's so difficult to get into agriculture as an African...02:30 -What is stopping Africa from achieving its potential economically?...06:20 -How to go about feeding the world...09:55 -The future of tech in Africa is dependent on the regulators...14:05 -Value chain and agro-processing, and what is its potential...18:30 -The impact of the ASFTA in regards to agriculture...21:30 -And much more...
Shireen Muhiudeen, Founder and Principal Corston-Smith-Asset Management - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Shireen Muhiudeen is an extraordinary individual. She was the first female chair of the Malaysian Stock Exchange and the former CEO of AIG Investment Corporation (Malaysia). She is an ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) trailblazer, encouraging organizations to become ESG-sustainable, either as investors or as board members. Shireen's book, We Are All Stakeholders, was named by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the top books to read for entrepreneurs who want to break the mold. We sat down with Shireen and here are highlights of what we discussed. - Why companies can be even more profitable and sustainable with proper governance structures and systems. - That a focus on environment, social and governance (ESG) does not require consultants or increased overhead, it just requires the right vision. - Founders and leaders must set the tone from the top. - Founders must also be aware of outside investors who come in with their own views about a company. If a founder's vision is not strong, the investor's ethos will take over. - That women on boards can elevate the business outcomes because diverse views will overcome groupthink and groupthink destroys businesses. - Business leaders must be aware of the rising concerns on sourcing and traceability of resources for products from certain parts of the world due to sanctions and problematic labor practices in the supply chain. Shireen Muhiudeen is the Founder and Principal of Corston-Smith-Asset Management. Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Shireen guides companies seeking to expand and raise capital in the Asia-Pacific region. She has served on investment, nomination and governance, compensation, risk, and ESG committees within banking, port, plantation, property, and media companies. https://www.weareallstakeholders.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/shireen-muhiudeen/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stephen Barden is a renowned leadership coach and mediator with over a decade of experience at CEO and executive board level in the media, technology and communications sectors. He has been in private practice since 2001, working across Europe and the USA, helping both individual senior leaders and organisations develop sustainable and ethical cultures aligned with their strategy and overall purpose. Why did you write your book, "How Successful Leaders do Business with their World?" How do you define organizational culture and why is it important for leaders to understand it? What is the "Navigational Stance" approach? Stephen Barden Stephen's approach is pragmatic and holistic, emphasising the value of treating the organisation as an eco-system with both internal and external linkages and interdependencies. He also advises senior management and HR departments on Governance and sustainable work practices. Stephen is the author of the researched book, How Successful Leaders Do Business with Their World. Based on interviews with military, corporate and educational leaders, the book presents compelling evidence that top leaders learn from a very early age to 'do business with the world' by using their power and authority to partner with it, rather than impose themselves on it. Stephen uses these findings and insights, as well as studies from his own corporate leadership. Excellent Executive Coaching Podcast If you have enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our podcast on iTunes. We would love for you to leave a review. The EEC podcasts are sponsored by MKB Excellent Executive Coaching that helps you get from where you are to where you want to be with customized leadership and coaching development programs. MKB Excellent Executive Coaching offers leadership development programs to generate action, learning, and change that is aligned with your authentic self and values. Transform your dreams into reality and invest in yourself by scheduling a discovery session with Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC to reach your goals. Your host is Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC, founder and general manager of www.mkbconseil.ch a company specialized in leadership development and executive coaching.
Dr. Kelly Dunning, Associate Professor at Auburn University and Timberline Professor at the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, joins Will and Marcus to discuss the complexities associated with conservation policy-making and how we can better integrate wild turkey research and political science moving forward. Listen to Part 1 of this episode here: https://naturalresourcesuniversity.libsyn.com/wild-turkey-science-can-conservation-governance-save-turkeys-part-12-182 Dr. Kelly Dunning (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Website) (@DrKellyHDunning) (Academic Profile) Dr. Marcus Lashley (@DrDisturbance) (Academic Profile) Dr. Will Gulsby (@dr_will_gulsby) (Academic Profile) Turkeys for Tomorrow (@turkeysfortomorrow) UF DEER Lab (@ufdeerlab) (YouTube) Watch these podcasts on YouTube: Wild Turkey Science YouTube Donate to wild turkey research: UF Turkey Donation Fund , Auburn Turkey Donation Fund This podcast is made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow, a grassroots organization dedicated to the wild turkey. To learn more about TFT, go to turkeysfortomorrow.org. Help us help turkeys by rating this podcast and sharing it with your friends and family. Music by Artlist.io Produced & edited by Charlotte Nowak
There is a shift happening in the profession of nursing from the historic shared governance to professional governance. This conversation with two experts on professional governance discusses the foundations of professional governance, where it's going, why it's important in the future and how it differs from shared governance. Professional governance reminds nurses of the authentic power they have been given as professionals to determine nursing practice.
Host Gregg N. Sofer welcomes Husch Blackwell partner Erik Dullea to the podcast where we discuss risk management, strategy, governance, and incident disclosure in the context of the Security and Exchange Commission's recently adopted cybersecurity rules. Adopted on a 3-to-2 party-line vote, the new rules introduce significant new compliance burdens for U.S. businesses, including the disclosure (on Form 8-K Item 1.05) of material cybersecurity incidents—describing their nature, scope, timing, and impact on the financial condition and results of operations—to be filed within four business days of a materiality determination. There is also a new requirement to describe processes for assessing and managing material cybersecurity risks, board oversight, and management expertise in handling such risks.We will explore the practical matter of how businesses can approach these regulations as well as larger issues pertaining to national security and critical infrastructure. Gregg N. Sofer BiographyFull BiographyGregg counsels businesses and individuals in connection with a range of criminal, civil and regulatory matters, including government investigations, internal investigations, litigation, export control, sanctions, and regulatory compliance. Prior to entering private practice, Gregg served as the United States Attorney for the Western District of Texas—one of the largest and busiest United States Attorney's Offices in the country—where he supervised more than 300 employees handling a diverse caseload, including matters involving complex white-collar crime, government contract fraud, national security, cyber-crimes, public corruption, money laundering, export violations, trade secrets, tax, large-scale drug and human trafficking, immigration, child exploitation and violent crime.Erik Dullea BiographyFull BiographyErik is a Denver-based partner at Husch Blackwell who heads up the firm's cybersecurity practice. Erik left Husch Blackwell in 2022 to take a position at the National Security Agency in its Office of General Counsel, serving as the acting deputy associate general counsel for the NSA's cybersecurity practice group. He returned to the firm during the summer of 2023. A former officer in the U.S. Navy, Erik focuses on compliance requirements related to cybersecurity and data privacy, including statutory, regulatory, and consensus-based standards, with an emphasis on critical infrastructure sectors such as mining, energy, and aviation and the Defense Industrial Base (DIB). He represents defense contractors and subcontractors; companies underpinning electrical, wastewater, transportation, and smart city systems; and other major organizations facing extortion threats from malicious foreign cyber actors. Additional ResourcesSteven R. Barrett, Robert J. Joseph, Andrew Spector, Robert Fritsche and Brian Wetzstein. “SEC Heightens Issuers' Cybersecurity Disclosure Requirements,” August 15, 2023Erik Dullea and Andrew Spector. “Twelve Planning Tips to Avoid Complications with the SEC's Cybersecurity Disclosure Rules,” August 2023 Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3Securities and Exchange Commission. “SEC Adopts Rules on Cybersecurity Risk Management, Strategy, Governance, and Incident Disclosure by Public Companies,” July 26, 2023Hester M. Peirce. “Harming Investors and Helping Hackers: Statement on Cybersecurity Risk Management, Strategy, Governance, and Incident Disclosure,” July 26, 2023
LifeBlood: We talked about family governance, the importance of knowing your personal values, the challenge of transferring a business across generations, how to deal with feelings of regret one you retire, and some important tax changes to keep in mind, with Kent Welborn, Wealth Advisor and Business Planning Specialist. Listen to learn how to make your values and choices echo across generations! You can learn more about Kent at Welborn-Financial.com, and LinkedIn. Thanks, as always for listening! If you got some value and enjoyed the show, please leave us a review here: https://ratethispodcast.com/lifebloodpodcast You can learn more about us at LifeBlood.Live, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook or you'd like to be a guest on the show, contact us at contact@LifeBlood.Live. Stay up to date by getting our monthly updates. Want to say “Thanks!” You can buy us a cup of coffee. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lifeblood
The is a final short excerpt of the full conversation with Tā Tipene O'Regan who has long been on my dream list of people to interview. This has some excerpts from that conversation where he was sharing about Governance. I am grateful to Anake Goodall for helping connect us so this conversation could happen. Seeds is a project to record life stories, because they matter. You can find out about it and more than 360 other conversations at www.theseeds.nz Coming in October is the Seeds Impact Conference www.seedsconference.nz Contact: email@example.com
We talk a big game when it comes to workforce experience, culture, and employment opportunities. But for vast portions of the world's potential labor market, getting a job depends on getting TO a job. Transportation itself is a vehicle to opportunity. Meet Boyd Reid and Erich Ko, two sons of immigrant families, the co-founders of Hop In Technologies, who understood this when they decided to solve the problem of work by solving the problem of accessible work. Oh, and there's a silver lining, too. By solving for mass transit to major employers, we can make a collective dent in ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) initiatives. It's a win-win: increasing employment and quality of life by getting more people to work, raising the economic viability of more of our communities, creating community by taking better care of people where you live, and addressing a really common recruiting and retention problem in sectors like manufacturing, retail, hospitality, and healthcare.
In this episode Silas Mahner (@silasmahner) & Matt McGraw (@mjm11), Co-Founder and GP of Anthro Ventures. In the ep we cover his story, their focus, why being a VC is a hard job, how ClimateTech is essentially re-industrializing the world & why that's a good thing, he offered his advice to founders, and we closed off by discussing the role of CT startups in the governance and ESG movement towards a more equitable future. Enjoy the Episode!
Tom Halvorson, attorney and author, “Complaint Filed in LCMS v. Christian, Bannwolf & Concordia University Texas” Complaint Filed in LCMS v. Christian, Bannwolf & Concordia University Texas The Sovereignty of Nebulous Ethos at Concordia Texas Two Simple Questions about Concordia Texas Throwing Off the Bylaws of the LCMS The post 2501. An Update on Concordia University Texas' Attempt to Reject the Governance and Oversight of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod – Tom Halverson, 9/7/23 first appeared on Issues, Etc..
Read the full transcript here. What is futarchy? Why does it seem to be easier to find social innovations rather than technical innovations? How does it differ from democracy? In what ways might a futarchy be gamed? What are some obstacles to implementing futarchy? Do we actually like for our politicians to be hypocritical to some degree? How mistaken are we about our own goals for social, political, and economic institutions? Do we enjoy fighting (politically) more than actually governing well and improving life for everyone? What makes something "sacred"? What is a tax career agent?Robin Hanson is associate professor of economics at George Mason University and research associate at the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University. He has a doctorate in social science from California Institute of Technology, master's degrees in physics and philosophy from the University of Chicago, and nine years experience as a research programmer at Lockheed and NASA. He has over ninety academic publications in major journals across a wide variety of fields and has written two books: The Age of Em: Work, Love and Life When Robots Rule the Earth (2016), and The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life (2018, co-authored with Kevin Simler). He has pioneered prediction markets, also known as information markets and idea futures, since 1988; and he suggests "futarchy" as a form of governance based on prediction markets. He also coined the phrase "The Great Filter" and has recently numerically estimated it via a model of "Grabby Aliens". Learn more about Robin at his GMU page or follow him on the-website-formerly-known-as-Twitter at @robinhanson. [Read more]
"Safety is such an important gauge of how an organization is performing." You don't want to miss our latest episode of The Safety Guru featuring Dr. Kirstin Ferguson, Australia's most prominent leadership expert and author of Head & Heart: The Art of Modern Leadership. Tune in to hear Kirstin share her expertise about head-based and heart-based leadership attributes and the art of knowing which one is needed and when. Listen in to gain a deeper understanding of Kirstin's unparalleled and distinguished strategies for safety leadership and governance. About the Guest: Dr. Kirstin Ferguson is Australia's most prominent leadership expert and a highly experienced business leader in her own right. Beginning her career as an officer in the Royal Australian Air Force, Kirstin has held roles that have included CEO of an international consulting firm and was appointed acting chair and deputy chair of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation by the Australian Prime Minister. Kirstin writes a highly popular weekly column in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. She holds a PhD in leadership and is an Adjunct Professor at QUT Business School. Kirstin was included on Thinkers50 Radar List in 2021 and shortlisted for the Thinkers50 Distinguished Achievement Award in Leadership. For more information: www.kirstinferguson.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jesse is a co-founder and GP at Variant. We talk why building onchain is more like building hardware than software, decoupling governance and ownership, outsourcing decisions to the market using modular system design, and why consensual hierarchy may be a better way to run decentralized organizations. - - This episode is sponsored by Forefront ‒ a community and media network for the explorers, builders, and artists at the frontier of collective creation onchain. Subscribe to the Forefront newsletter at forefront.market/subscribe. - - Follow Jesse: https://twitter.com/jessewldn Follow Chase: https://twitter.com/chaserchapman Follow On the Other Side: https://twitter.com/ontheOSpod Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3pJInKm Subscribe on Apple: https://apple.co/3M7wHbP Subscribe on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3pMRbiM - - Disclaimer: Nothing said on On The Other Side is a recommendation to buy or sell securities or tokens. This podcast is for informational purposes only, and any views expressed by anyone on the show are solely our opinions, not financial advice. Chase and our guests may hold positions in the companies, funds, or projects discussed.
AJ: Director of the Geopolitics, Technology, and Governance program at the Stanford Cyber policy center Previously Senior Director for Cybersecurity Policy at the White House from 2015 to 2017, covering two administrations Was an adviser for Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker on cybersecurity measures Senior staff on the Senate Intelligence Committee overseeing budget and operations for NSA Started his career as a National Security Analyst at the Center for American Progress in 2003 In the episode we discuss everything from the effectiveness of our legislators in addressing high tech areas, partisan dynamics of cybersecurity, key focus areas for policy, and the effectiveness of recent policy like the Cyber Trust Mark and the CSRB review of Microsoft. Cyber Trust Mark Cybersecurity Review Board Review of Microsoft:
Host Bill Hamblet talks with U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area Commander VADM Andy Tiongson about Indo-Pacific strategy, maritime governance, and the IUU Fishing Center of Excellence.