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Ben Cruz of The Ringer joins Kyle Bandujo to talk drawing dicks, fake IDs, Irish R&B singers, cocaine singing sessions, and everything else to celebrate the 15th anniversary of "Superbad." Follow Ben on Twitter @cruzkontrol and Kyle @kylebandujo You can support Big Screen Sports, get schedule updates, and pick movies to be covered in upcoming episodes by joining our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/bigscreensports. Big Screen Sports is hosted/edited by Kyle Bandujo, and produced by Aaron Figueroa, Mike Schubert, Steve Rogers, Kevin Frost, Mike Dries, Ryan "Nigel" Yager, Mike D, James Kowalewski, Chris Mycoskie, Andrew Tuegel, John Craig, Sam Smith, Zach Rich, Jason Alba and Classic Stadium Fire. Art for Big Screen Sports was created by Riki Prosper. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week's episode touches on birthday parties, dirty pools, fake IDs, and most importantly, real friends. Nikki & Brie had a fabulous weekend reconnecting with friends that included visits to some of the locations that forged lifelong bonds. First up, it was a Friends & Family get-together at a place they got to know very well over the years, Tower 23. Then a reunion at Hooters that brought back so many great memories, including how Nikki & Brie used the same Fake ID to sneak into bars and clubs before they turned 21. After a rough morning, they bounced back, and they capped the weekend off with a night on the dance floor. It was exactly what Nikki & Brie needed, a chance to reconnect and recharge with some of their dearest friends. Also, Brie sings A LOT in this episode, and we love it! And Group Chats were a recurring topic over the weekend, so Nikki & Brie broke out a fun new game, Group Chat or None of That. The Bellas give their hot takes on all of the latest pop culture news, from celebrity breakups to private plane drama to paying for a bridesmaid. Then Nikki & Brie have a lot of calls to get to! They head back to the voicemail line to answer questions from the audience about nicknames, the boys' birthday parties, being mistaken for one another, men's underwear, comebacks, and more. The Bellas close the episode out with a sweet Inspiration & Affirmation about supportive friends and making time for the people that are there for you. That's what friends are for. Call The Bellas at 855-3BELLAS and leave a voicemail! Follow Nikki & Brie on Instagram. To watch exclusive videos of this week's episode, follow The Bellas Podcast on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok!
If the father of a family goes to Church, it has a profound impact on the rest of the family Vinnie - My niece just got married to a girl. How do I respond in love to her? Lisa - Why do you think people should be able to watch murder shows but not a homosexual couple in Buzz Lightyear? Why do you think the Husband has final say in domestic matters? Mike - I got some fake vaccine cards from my Parish for the greater good. I think that people should be able to use fake IDs. Patrick responds to emails that came flooding in regarding the topic of if it's a sin to have a fake vaccination card Oralia - Regards to Vaccine, I also was tempted to lie about it. Through prayers to Saint Joseph I did get an exemption. David - I lost my Job because I decided not to get the vaccine. So the previous caller is in good company.
Korea24 – 2022.08.10. (Wednesday) News Briefing: President Yoon Suk Yeol has extended his condolences for those who died from this week's heavy rains and apologized to the public. Meanwhile, the death toll has climbed to ten, with six others remaining missing. (Eunice Kim) In-Depth News Analysis: The Justice Ministry announced last week that the government plans to expand the Korea Electronic Travel Authorization (K-ETA) system to Jeju island, as part of efforts to curb illegal immigration. This plan, however, has been met with strong opposition by the local Jeju government and the island’s tourism industry. To help us better understand the situation, we are joined on the line by Lee Hae-rin, a reporter for the Korea Times. Korea Trending with Walter Lee: 1. A revised bill that seeks to prevent minors from taking on all debts incurred by their deceased parents was passed at a Cabinet meeting. (‘빚 대물림 방지법’ 국무회의 통과) 2. Police have detained a teenager who stole 20 million won using banking app IDs and passwords saved on stolen phones. (고교생, 훔친 휴대폰으로 2천만 원 빼내… ‘비밀번호’가 메모장에) 3. An 18th century ceramic bowl has been discovered at Tongdosa Temple in Yangsan, South Gyeongsang Province. (불당 색칠하다 깜빡…260년 지나 발견된 물감 도자기) Korea Book Club: Literary critic Barry Welsh introduces us to 'Maya in Tokyo (도쿄의 마야)', a short story by Jang Ryu-jin (장류진) and translated by Sunnie Chae. It tells the story of two friends in college, a Korean and an ethnic Korean from Japan, and they are challenged with the definition of what it means to be “Korean” as they grow older. Morning Edition Preview with Richard Larkin: - In tomorrow’s Korea Herald, Kim Hae-yeon reports on nineteen cultural heritage sites in Seoul that were damaged as a result of the recent historic downpours. - Tomorrow’s Korea Times features a report by Ko Dong-hwan on the 'Great Sunset Han River Project' by Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon to create new attractions along the Han river.
Hello everyone and Happy Monday. I hope your day is off to a good start. Remember it's going to be a great day. It's going to be a great week. Law of attraction. What you put out you get in return. A big thanks to YOU! The criminal justice professional. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work and please be safe. Ever had a questionable ID handed to you? Do you wish there was a way to check that document for its validity? I remember those times as a police officer when I was presented with what appeared to be a suspicious form of identification. I wish I had SureScan during that time. SureScan technology puts the power to ID fake IDs with a 99% accuracy rate in the palm of your hand. Reach out to SureScan today and get a free demo at: www.surescan.us/cjevolution If you are struggling with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ We have a story. Stories of success and stories of failure and of despair. It's important that you tell your stories. Tell your stories to people you trust. When I started to tell my story of despair and depression something magical happened. I started to feel better, and I started to help people. Remember your story no matter how bad it is, is probably the instruction manual for something else. Go out and conquer your day and please reach out to me. You can find me at www.cjevolution.com or 303.960.9819 Stay tuned for more great guests on the #1 Criminal Justice Podcast. The CJEvolution Podcast. Patrick
Joe Kramar with AMB3R Creative will join the 2 Regular Guys this Friday to talk shop. Joe has been in production operations worldwide and worked with major retailers on decorating techniques, including embroidery, screen print, applique, and more. Join us this Friday to “talk shop” with Joe Kramer. Brought to you by: Our Success GroupOur regular listeners know this, but 2 Regular Guys are all about garment decorating, a bit of fun, and no rants or lectures or selling. We are not doing this for our employers, but rather for our industry. Since February 2013, The 2 Regular Guys have been the first and the most listened to garment decorating industry podcast on this planet! We are humbled by all of you tuning in each week. We work hard to bring you information that will make your business better, and our industry better. Take a look at our incredible weekly guest list and you'll understand where this industry goes for news, interviews, and the heartbeat of garment decorating. Thanks for listening! News Recently the good people at the Apparelist put out a resource naming their Top 10 Influencers in the decorated apparel community, and we here at the 2 Regular Guys made the list. Joining a slate of incredible decorators and previous guests of the show (as well as our intrepid producer Erich Campbell), we were featured along with a description of how we got here and where we want to go as a little timely advice.Dad Joke - Did you know my horse is an insomniac?It's a real nightmare. Talking Shop Joe Kramar has been in apparel design and development for more than 27 years and has an extensive background in embroidery, applique, screen printing, graphic design and all the aspects it takes to move a customer's dream into a production-friendly environment. Having created astounding apparel designs for massive brands, he now brings his considerable expertise in corporate identity, graphic design, and premium branding to his new role as the head of Operations, Development & Design at AMB3R Creative. Welcome to the show, Joe!Aaron: Tell us a little about yourself and how you started the industry.I learned to draw in ChurchBuilt computers in 1994 for fun - led to graphicsGraphics led to making fake IDs in high schoolP.E. Coach inspired me to go into graphicsHired and fired from a local newspaper editorial department - hated itWorked for a local screen printer, embroidery, letterman jackets, vinyl wraps, banners, sticker & surf-skate retail businessWent to school for Graphic Design - Art InstituteGot hired as a Screenprint & Embroidery Technician for Abercrombie & Fitch - global support and development specialistGot to help build an entire development facility for A&F - now known as Building R - the ultimate chemistry set for every development aspect of the apparel industryI CAN talk a little about the A&F documentary but I don't have a lot of juicy things to say about it - mostly the documentary is about fluff for the questionable atmosphere CEO Mike Jefferies createdWhy I decided to join the podcast...Terry: Tell us a little about where you think the industry is headed.The industry is dying - less artists are emerging into the industry than I've ever seen.Aaron: Let's talk high end decoration. What is it and why should our listeners understand it?The perceived value of higher-end decoration techniques and how to sell them properly to customersTerry: Let's talk misprints and mistakes. How have you dealt with them in your career?Embroidering over mis-printed shirts - I feel like I've developed a career from this...ha ha - repairing mistakesTerry: Where are decoration trends headed today?Decoration Trends GeneralTerry: Share with our listeners what decoration techniques have inspired you over the years.Decoration techniques that inspired me over the years - pics to shareDifferent types of embroidery techniques - several pics to shareTerry: Where can our listeners find you out in the world?
Join Jamie & Simon as they rewind Better Call Saul season 6 episode 11 - Breaking Bad and what a treat it was featuring the much speculated return of Jesse and Walt. This week we had a visual treat as we jumped back and fourth between the Gene Takovitch universe and the Better Call Saul timeline with some of our favourite characters including the return of Franchescha and Mike. From Wikkipedia: In flashbacks to 2008 in Albuquerque, Saul takes on Walter White and Jesse Pinkman as clients, deducing the former to be "Heisenberg" – the chemist behind the high-purity blue methamphetamine being sold on the streets. Mike informs Saul that Walt has terminal lung cancer and cautions Saul against helping him, but Saul nevertheless decides to visit Walt at the high school where he teaches to offer his assistance in growing Walt's business. In 2010, Gene calls Francesca, who tells him that the FBI has seized most of Saul's assets, and that Kim once called asking about Jimmy. Gene attempts to reach Kim in Florida, but the call emotionally upsets him for unknown reasons. Gene then enlists Jeff and Buddy for a new con in which Gene gets their mark drunk, Jeff drives them home while giving them water laced with barbiturates, and Buddy enters the home to photograph the unconscious mark's IDs, credit cards, and financial records to sell for profit. After a string of successful cons, their latest target reveals he has cancer, causing Buddy to back out; Gene cuts him out of the operation and forces Jeff to drive him to the man's home, where he breaks in.
The guys discuss an unusual occurrence of a massive amount of Foxtail Barley blowing into a neighborhood like a snowstorm. A farm meets city type of merger issue... But more importantly is the ALERT for any Foxtail in your area! The barbs in the seed head has caused health issues in dogs/cats and reportedly a child. Take a listen, look around before a Barley storm hits your area._______________If you'd like to ask us an "on-air" question or just leave a show comment, do it the old fashioned way, leave a voice mail at: (567) 318-2325 Or email us at: YourMidwestGarden@bex.net________________Like to check out our Facebook Page? Please "LIKE" it, follow along and even post, not only your garden pictures, but message us with questions. Plant, bug IDs, etc. Mike loves to help out!https://www.facebook.com/Your-Midwest-Garden-Podcast-104823994541594________________Support the show
Hello everyone and welcome back to The CJEvolution Podcast. Thank you for listening. If you love the show please give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts and Share this episode with family and friends that need to hear it. Thank you for protecting and serving everyday. Don't listen to all the crap out there against our profession. You are amazing and you go out everyday serving and protecting. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work. Ever had a questionable ID handed to you? Do you wish there was a way to check that document for its validity? I remember those times as a police officer when I was presented with what appeared to be a suspicious form of identification. I wish I had SureScan during that time. SureScan technology puts the power to ID fake IDs with a 99% accuracy rate in the palm of your hand. Reach out to SureScan today and get a free demo at: www.surescan.us/cjevolution If you are struggling right now with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ I have had prior missions in my life. All equally important. Raising my family, kids, relationships and work. I knew when I was in treatment my new mission was going to be helping more the brave men and women who serve. They serve and protect our country and serve and protect our communities. I am blessed. I am grateful and I am dedicated to your health and wellness. My new mission is YOU! FHE Health and myself are here for you. Stay tuned for more great guests on the CJEvolution Podcast. www.cjevolution.com Patrick
About AntonDr. Anton Chuvakin is now involved with security solution strategy at Google Cloud, where he arrived via Chronicle Security (an Alphabet company) acquisition in July 2019.Anton was, until recently, a Research Vice President and Distinguished Analyst at Gartner for Technical Professionals (GTP) Security and Risk Management Strategies team. (see chuvakin.org for more)Links Referenced: Google Cloud: https://cloud.google.com/ Cloud Security Podcast: https://cloud.withgoogle.com/cloudsecurity/podcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/anton_chuvakin Medium blog: https://medium.com/anton.chuvakin TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friend EnterpriseDB. EnterpriseDB has been powering enterprise applications with PostgreSQL for 15 years. And now EnterpriseDB has you covered wherever you deploy PostgreSQL on-premises, private cloud, and they just announced a fully-managed service on AWS and Azure called BigAnimal, all one word. Don't leave managing your database to your cloud vendor because they're too busy launching another half-dozen managed databases to focus on any one of them that they didn't build themselves. Instead, work with the experts over at EnterpriseDB. They can save you time and money, they can even help you migrate legacy applications—including Oracle—to the cloud. To learn more, try BigAnimal for free. Go to biganimal.com/snark, and tell them Corey sent you.Corey: Let's face it, on-call firefighting at 2am is stressful! So there's good news and there's bad news. The bad news is that you probably can't prevent incidents from happening, but the good news is that incident.io makes incidents less stressful and a lot more valuable. incident.io is a Slack-native incident management platform that allows you to automate incident processes, focus on fixing the issues and learn from incident insights to improve site reliability and fix your vulnerabilities. Try incident.io, recover faster and sleep more.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud, I'm Corey Quinn. My guest today is Anton Chuvakin, who is a Security Strategy Something at Google Cloud. And I absolutely love the title, given, honestly, how anti-corporate it is in so many different ways. Anton, first, thank you for joining me.Anton: Sure. Thanks for inviting me.Corey: So, you wound up working somewhere else—according to LinkedIn—for two months, which in LinkedIn time is about 20 minutes because their date math is always weird. And then you wound up going—according to LinkedIn, of course—leaving and going to Google. Now, that was an acquisition if I'm not mistaken, correct?Anton: That's correct, yes. And it kind of explains that timing in a little bit of a title story because my original title was Head of Security Solution Strategy, and it was for a startup called Chronicle. And within actually three weeks, if I recall correctly, I was acquired into Google. So, title really made little sense of Google, so I kind of go with, like, random titles that include the word security, and occasionally strategy if I feel generous.Corey: It's pretty clear, the fastest way to get hired at Google, given their famous interview process is to just get acquired. Like, “I'm going to start a company and raise it to, like, a little bit of providence, and then do an acquihire because that will be faster than going through the loop, and ideally, there will be less algorithm solving on whiteboards.” But I have to ask, did you have to solve algorithms on whiteboards for your role?Anton: Actually, no, but it did come close to that for some other people who were seen as non-technical and had to join technical roles. I think they were forced to solve coding questions and stuff, but I was somehow grandfathered into a technical role. I don't know exactly how it happened.Corey: Yeah, how you wound up in a technical role. Let's be clear, you are Doctor Anton Chuvakin, and you have written multiple books, you were a research VP at Gartner for many years, and once upon a time, that was sort of a punchline in the circles I hung out with, and then I figured out what Gartner actually does. And okay, that actually is something fairly impressive, let's be clear here. Even as someone who categorically defines himself as not an analyst, I find myself increasingly having a lot of respect for the folks who are actually analysts and the laborious amount of work that they do that remarkably few people understand.Anton: That's correct. And I don't want to boost my ego too much. It's kind of big enough already, obviously, but I actually made it all the way to Distinguished Analyst, which is the next rank after VP.Corey: Ah, my apologies. I did not realize it. This [challenges 00:02:53] the internal structure.Anton: [laugh]. Yeah.Corey: It's like, “Oh, I went from Senior to Staff,” or Staff to Senior because I'm external; I don't know the direction these things go in. It almost feels like a half-step away from oh, I went from [SDE3 to SDE4 00:03:02]. It's like, what do those things mean? Nobody knows. Great.Anton: And what's the top? Is it 17 or is it 113? [laugh].Corey: Exactly. It's like, oh okay, so you're Research VP—or various kinds of VPs—the real question is, how many people have to die before you're the president? And it turns out that that's not how companies think. Who knew?Anton: That's correct. And I think Gartner was a lot of hard work. And it's the type of work that a lot of people actually don't understand. Some people understand it wrong, and some people understand it wrong, kind of, for corrupt reasons. So, for example, a lot of Gartner machinery involves soaking insight from the outside world, organizing it, packaging it, writing it, and then giving it as advice to other people.So, there's nothing offensive about that because there is a lot of insight in the outside world, and somebody needs to be a sponge slash filter slash enrichment facility for that insight. And that, to me, is a good analyst firm, like Gartner.Corey: Yeah. It's a very interesting world. But you historically have been doing a lot of, well, let's I don't even know how to properly describe it because Gardner's clientele historically has not been startups because let's face it, Gartner is relatively expensive. And let's be clear, you're at Google Cloud now, which is a different kind of expensive, but in a way that works for startups, so good for you; gold star. But what was interesting there is that the majority of the Gartner clientele that I've spoken to tend to be big-E Enterprise, which runs legacy businesses, which is a condescending engineering term for ‘it makes money.'And they had the temerity to start their company before 15 years ago, so they built data centers and did things in a data center environment, and now they're moving in a cloudy direction. Your emphasis has always been on security, so my question for you to start with all this is where do you see security vendors fitting in? Because when I walk the RSA expo hall and find myself growing increasingly depressed, it seems like an awful lot of what vendors are selling looks very little removed from, “We took a box, now we shoved in a virtual machine and here you go; it's in your cloud environment. Please pay us money.” The end. And it feels, if I'm looking at this from a pure cloud-native, how I would build things in the cloud from scratch perspective, to be the wrong design. Where do you stand on it?Anton: So, this has been one of the agonizing questions. So, I'm going to kind of ignore some of the context. Of course, I'll come back to it later, but want to kind of frame it—Corey: I love ignoring context. My favorite thing; it's what makes me a decent engineer some days.Anton: So, the frame was this. One of the more agonizing questions for me as an analyst was, a client calls me and says, “We want to do X.” Deep in my heart, I know that X is absolutely wrong, however given their circumstances and how they got to decided to do X, X is perhaps the only thing they can logically do. So, do you tell them, “Don't do X; X is bad,” or you tell them, “Here's how you do X in a manner that aligns with your goals, that's possible, that's whatever.”So, cloud comes up a lot in this case. Somebody comes and says, I want to put my on-premise security information management tool or SIM in the cloud. And I say, deep in my heart, I say, “No, get cloud-native tool.” But I tell them, “Okay, actually, here's how you do it in a less painful manner.” So, this is always hard. Do you tell them they're on their own path, but you help them tread their own path with least pain? So, as an analyst, I agonized over that. This was almost like a moral decision. What do I tell them?Corey: It makes sense. It's a microcosm of the architect's dilemma, on some level, because if you ask a typical Google-style interview whiteboard question, one of my favorites in years past was ‘build a URL shortener.' Great. And you can scale it out and turn it into different things and design things on the whiteboard, and that's great. Most mid-level people can wind up building a passable designed for most things in a cloud sense, when you're starting from scratch.That's not hard. The problem is that the real world is messy and doesn't fit on a whiteboard. And when you're talking about taking a thing that exists in a certain state—for whatever reason, that's the state that it's in—and migrating it to a new environment or a new way of operating, there are so many assumptions that have to break, and in most cases, you don't get the luxury of just taking the thing down for 18 months so you can rework it. And even that it's never as easy as people think it is, so it's going to be 36. Great.You have to wind up meeting people where they are as they're contextualizing these things. And I always feel like the first step of the cloud migration has been to improve your data center environment at the cost of worsening your cloud environment. And that's okay. We don't all need to be the absolute vanguard of how everything should be built and pushing the bleeding edge. You're an insurance company, for God's sake. Maybe that's not where you want to spend your innovation energies.Anton: Yeah. And that's why I tend to lean towards helping them get out of this situation, or maybe build a five-step roadmap of how to become a little bit more cloud-native, rather than tell them, “You're wrong. You should just rewrite the app in a cloud-native way.” That advice almost never actually works in real world. So, I see a lot of the security people move their security stacks to the cloud.And if I see this, I deepen my heart and say, “Holy cow. What do you mean, you want to IDS every packet between Cloud instances? You want to capture every packet in cloud instances? Why? It's all encrypted anyway.” But I don't say that. I say, “Okay, I see how this is the first step for you. Let's describe the next seven steps.”Corey: The problem I keep smacking into is that very often folks who are pushing a lot of these solutions are, yes, they're meeting customers where they are, and that makes an awful lot of sense; I'm not saying that there's anything inherently wrong about that. The challenge is it also feels on the high end, when those customers start to evolve and transform, that those vendors act as a drag. Because if you wind up going in a full-on cloud-native approach, in the fullness of time, there's an entire swath of security vendors that do not have anything left to sell you.Anton: Yes, that is correct. And I think that—I had a fight with an EDR vendor, Endpoint Detection Response, vendor one day when they said, “Oh, we're going to be XDR and we'll do cloud.” And I told them, “You do realize that in a true cloud-native environment, there's no E? There is no endpoint the way you understand it? There is no OS. There is no server. And 99% of your IP isn't working on the clients and servers. How are you going to secure a cloud again?”And I get some kind of rambling answer from them, but the point is that you're right, I do see a lot of vendors that meet clients where they are during their first step in the cloud, and then they may become a drag, or the customer has to show switch to a cloud-native vendor, or to both sometimes, and pay into two mouths. Well, shove money into two pockets.Corey: Well, first, I just want to interject for a second here because when I was walking the RSA expo floor, there were something like 15 different vendors that were trying to sell me XDR. Not a single one of them bothered to expand the acronym—Anton: Just 15? You missed half of them.Corey: Well, yeah—Anton: Holy cow.Corey: As far as I know XDR cable. It's an audio thing right? I already have a bunch of those for my microphone. What's the deal here? Like, “I believe that's XLR.” It's like, “I believe you should expand your acronyms.” What is XDR?Anton: So, this is where I'm going to be very self-serving and point to a blog that I've written that says we don't know what's XDR. And I'm going to—Corey: Well, but rather than a spiritual meaning, I'm going to ask, what does the acronym stands for? I don't actually know the answer to that.Anton: Extended Detection and Response.Corey: Ah.Anton: Extended Detection and Response. But the word ‘extended' is extended by everybody in different directions. There are multiple camps of opinion. Gartner argues with Forrester. If they ever had a pillow fight, it would look really ugly because they just don't agree on what XDR is.Many vendors don't agree with many other vendors, so at this point, if you corner me and say, “Anton, commit to a definition of XDR,” I would not. I will just say, “TBD. Wait two years.” We don't have a consensus definition of XDR at this point. And RSA notwithstanding, 30 booths with XDRs on their big signs… still, sorry, I don't have it.Corey: The problem that I keep running into again and again and again, has been pretty consistently that there are vendors willing to help customers in a very certain position, and for those customers, those vendors are spot on the right thing to do.Anton: Mmm, yep.Corey: But then they tried to expand and instead of realizing that the market has moved on and the market that they're serving is inherently limited and long-term is going to be in decline, they instead start trying to fight the tide and saying, “Oh, no, no, no, no. Those new cloud things, can't trust them.” And they start out with the FU, the Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt marketing model where, “You can't trust those newfangled cloud things. You should have everything on-prem,” ignoring entirely the fact that in their existing data centers, half the time the security team forgets to lock the door.Anton: Yeah, yeah.Corey: It just feels like there is so much conflict of interest about in the space. I mean, that's the reason I started my Thursday Last Week in AWS newsletter that does security round-ups, just because everything else I found was largely either community-driven where it understood that it was an InfoSec community thing—and InfoSec community is generally toxic—or it was vendor-captured. And I wanted a round-up of things that I had to care about running an infrastructure, but security is not in my job title, even if the word something is or is not there. It's—I have a job to do that isn't security full time; what do I need to know? And that felt like an underserved market, and I feel like there's no equivalent of that in the world of the emerging cloud security space.Anton: Yes, I think so. But it has a high chance of being also kind of captured by legacy vendors. So, when I was at Gartner, there was a lot of acronyms being made with that started with a C: Cloud. There was CSPM, there was CWBP, and after I left the coined SNAPP with double p at the end. Cloud-Native Application Protection Platform. And you know, in my time at Gartner, five-letter acronyms are definitely not very popular. Like, you shouldn't have done a five-letter acronym if you can help yourself.So, my point is that a lot of these vendors are more from legacy vendors. They are not born in the cloud. They are born in the 1990s. Some are born in the cloud, but it's a mix. So, the same acronym may apply to a vendor that's 2019, or—wait for it—1989.Corey: That is… well, I'd say on the one hand, it's terrifying, but on the other, it's not that far removed from the founding of Google.Anton: True, true. Well, '89, kind of, it's another ten years. I think that if you're from the '90s, maybe you're okay, but if you're from the '80s… you really need to have superpowers of adaptation. Again, it's possible. Funny aside: at Gartner, I met somebody who was an analyst for 32 years.So, he was I think, at Gartner for 32 years. And how do you keep your knowledge current if you are always in an ivory tower? The point is that this person did do that because he had a unique ability to absorb knowledge from the outside world. You can adapt; it's just hard.Corey: It always is. I'm going to pivot a bit and put you in a little bit of a hot seat here. Not intentionally so. But it is something that I've been really kicking around for a while. And I'm going to basically focus on Google because that's where you work.I yeah, I want you to go and mouth off about other cloud companies. Yeah, that's—Anton: [laugh]. No.Corey: Going to go super well and no one will have a problem with that. No, it's… we'll pick on Google for a minute because Google Cloud offers a whole bunch of services. I think it's directionally the right number of services because there are areas that you folks do not view as a core competency, and you actually—imagine that—partner with third parties to wind up delivering something great rather than building this shitty knockoff version that no one actually wants. Ehem, I might be some subtweeting someone here with this, only out loud.Anton: [laugh].Corey: The thing that resonates with me though, is that you do charge for a variety of security services. My perspective, by and large, is that the cloud vendors should not be viewing security as a profit center but rather is something that comes baked into the platform that winds up being amortized into the cost of everything else, just because otherwise you wind up with such a perverse set of incentives.Anton: Mm-hm.Corey: Does that sound ridiculous or is that something that aligns with your way of thinking. I'm willing to take criticism that I'm wrong on this, too.Anton: Yeah. It's not that. It's I almost start to see some kind of a magic quadrant in my mind that kind of categorizes some things—Corey: Careful, that's trademarked.Anton: Uhh, okay. So, some kind of vis—Corey: It's a mystical quadrilateral.Anton: Some kind of visual depiction, perhaps including four parts—not quadrants, mind you—that is focused on things that should be paid and aren't, things that should be paid and are paid, and whatever else. So, the point is that if you're charging for encryption, like basic encryption, you're probably making a mistake. And we don't, and other people, I think, don't as well. If you're charging for logging, then it's probably also wrong—because charging for log retention, keeping logs perhaps is okay because ultimately you're spending resources on this—charging for logging to me is kind of in the vile territory. But how about charging for a tool that helps you secure your on-premise environment? That's fair game, right?Corey: Right. If it's something you're taking to another provider, I think that's absolutely fair. But the idea—and again, I'm okay with the reality of, “Okay, here's our object storage costs for things, and by the way, when you wind up logging things, yeah, we'll charge you directionally what it costs to store that an object store,” that's great, but I don't have the Google Cloud price list shoved into my head, but I know over an AWS land that CloudWatch logs charge 50 cents per gigabyte, for ingress. And the defense is, “Well, that's a lot less expensive than most other logging vendors out there.” It's, yeah, but it's still horrifying, and at scale, it makes me want to do some terrifying things like I used to, which is build out a cluster of Rsyslog boxes and wind up having everything logged to those because I don't have an unbounded growth problem.This gets worse with audit logs because there's no alternative available for this. And when companies start charging for that, either on a data plane or a management plane level, that starts to get really, really murky because you can get visibility into what happened and reconstruct things after the fact, but only if you pay. And that bugs me.Anton: That would bug me as well. And I think these are things that I would very clearly push into the box of this is security that you should not charge for. But authentication is free. But, like, deeper analysis of authentication patterns, perhaps costs money. This to me is in the fair game territory because you may have logs, you may have reports, but what if you want some kind of fancy ML that analyzes the logs and gives you some insights? I don't think that's offensive to charge for that.Corey: I come bearing ill tidings. Developers are responsible for more than ever these days. Not just the code that they write, but also the containers and the cloud infrastructure that their apps run on. Because serverless means it's still somebody's problem. And a big part of that responsibility is app security from code to cloud. And that's where our friend Snyk comes in. Snyk is a frictionless security platform that meets developers where they are - Finding and fixing vulnerabilities right from the CLI, IDEs, Repos, and Pipelines. Snyk integrates seamlessly with AWS offerings like code pipeline, EKS, ECR, and more! As well as things you're actually likely to be using. Deploy on AWS, secure with Snyk. Learn more at Snyk.co/scream That's S-N-Y-K.co/screamCorey: I think it comes down to what you're doing with it. Like, the baseline primitives, the things that no one else is going to be in a position to do because honestly, if I can get logging and audit data out of your control plane, you have a different kind of security problem, and—Anton: [laugh].Corey: That is a giant screaming fire in the building, as it should be. The other side of it, though, is that if we take a look at how much all of this stuff can cost, and if you start charging for things that are competitive to other log analytics tools, great because at that point, we're talking about options. I mean, I'd like to see, in an ideal world, that you don't charge massive amounts of money for egress but ingress is free. I'd like to see that normalized a bit.But yeah, okay, great. Here's the data; now I can run whatever analytics tools I want on it and then you're effectively competing on a level playing field, as opposed to, like, okay, this other analytics tool is better, but it'll cost me over ten times as much to migrate to it, so is it ten times better? Probably not; few things are, so I guess I'm sticking with the stuff that you're offering. It feels like the cloud provider security tools never quite hit the same sweet spot that third-party vendors tend to as far as usability, being able to display things in a way that aligns with various stakeholders at those companies. But it still feels like a cash grab and I have to imagine without having insight into internal costing structures, that the security services themselves are not a significant revenue driver for any of the cloud companies. And the rare times where they are is almost certainly some horrifying misconfiguration that should be fixed.Anton: That's fair, but so to me, it still fits into the bucket of some things you shouldn't charge for and most people don't. There is a bucket of things that you should not charge for, but some people do. And there's a bucket of things where it's absolutely fair to charge for I don't know the amount I'm not a pricing person, but I also seen things that are very clearly have cost to a provider, have value to a client, have margins, so it's very clear it's a product; it's not just a feature of the cloud to be more secure. But you're right if somebody positions as, “I got cloud. Hey, give me secure cloud. It costs double.” I'd be really offended because, like, what is your first cloud is, like, broken and insecure? Yeah. Replace insecure with broken. Why are you selling broken to me?Corey: Right. You tried to spin up a service in Google Cloud, it's like, “Great. Do you want the secure version or the shitty one?”Anton: Yeah, exactly.Corey: Guess which one of those costs more. It's… yeah, in the fullness of time, of course, the shitty one cost more because you find out about security breaches on the front page of The New York Times, and no one's happy, except maybe The Times. But the problem that you hit is that I don't know how to fix that. I think there's an opportunity there for some provider—any provider, please—to be a trendsetter, and, “Yeah, we don't charge for security services on our own stuff just because it'd be believed that should be something that is baked in.” Like, that becomes the narrative of the secure cloud.Anton: What about tiers? What about some kind of a good, better, best, or bronze, gold, platinum, where you have reasonable security, but if you want superior security, you pay money? How do you feel, what's your gut feel on this approach? Like, I can't think of example—log analysis. You're going to get some analytics and you're going to get fancy ML. Fancy ML costs money; yay, nay?Corey: You're bringing up an actually really interesting point because I think I'm conflating too many personas at once. Right now, just pulling up last months bill on Google Cloud, it fits in the free tier, but my Cloud Run bill was 13 cents for the month because that's what runs my snark.cloud URL shortener. And it's great. And I wound up with—I think my virtual machine costs dozen times that much. I don't care.Over in AWS-land, I was building out a serverless nonsense thing, my Last Tweet In AWS client, and that cost a few pennies a month all told, plus a whopping 50 cents for a DNS zone. Whatever. But because I was deploying it to all regions and the way that configural evaluations work, my config bill for that was 16 bucks. Now, I don't actually care about the dollar figures on this. I assure you, you could put zeros on the end of that for days and it doesn't really move the needle on my business until you get to a very certain number there, and then suddenly, I care a lot.Anton: [laugh]. Yeah.Corey: And large enterprises, this is expected because even the sheer cost of people's time to go through these things is valuable. What I'm thinking of is almost a hobby-level side project instead, where I'm a student, and I'm learning this in a dorm room or in a bootcamp or in my off hours, or I'm a career switcher and I'm doing this on my own dime out of hours. And I wind up getting smacked with the bill for security services that, for a company, don't even slightly matter. But for me, they matter, so I'm not going to enable them. And when I transition into the workforce and go somewhere, I'm going to continue to work the same way that I did when I was an independent learner, like, having a wildly generous free tier for small-scale accounts, like, even taking a perspective until you wind up costing, I don't know, five, ten—whatever it is—thousand dollars a month, none of the security stuff is going to be billable for you because it's it is not aimed at you and we want you comfortable with and using these things.This is a whole deep dive into the weeds of economics and price-driven behavior and all kinds of other nonsense, but every time I wind up seeing that, like, in my actual production account over at AWS land for The Duckbill Group, all things wrapped up, it's something like 1100 bucks a month. And over a third of it is monitoring, audit, and observability services, and a few security things as well. And on the one hand, I'm sitting here going, “I don't see that kind of value coming from it.” Now, the day there's an incident and I have to look into this, yeah, it's absolutely going to be worth having, but it's insurance. But it feels like a disproportionate percentage of it. And maybe I'm just sitting here whining and grousing and I sound like a freeloader who doesn't want to pay for things, but it's one of those areas where I would gladly pay more for a just having this be part of the cost and not complain at all about it.Anton: Well, if somebody sells me a thing that costs $1, and then they say, “Want to make it secure?” I say yes, but I'm already suspicious, and they say, “Then it's going to be 16 bucks.” I'd really freak out because, like, there are certain percentages, certain ratios of the actual thing plus security or a secure version of it; 16x is not the answer expect. 30%, probably still not the answer I expect, frankly. I don't know. This is, like, an ROI question [crosstalk 00:23:46]—Corey: Let's also be clear; my usage pattern is really weird. You take a look at most large companies at significant scale, their cloud environments from a billing perspective look an awful lot like a crap ton of instances—or possibly containers running—and smattering of other things. Yeah, you also database and storage being the other two tiers and because of… reasons data transfer loves to show up too, but by and large, everything else was more or less a rounding error. I have remarkably few of those things, just given the weird way that I use services inappropriately, but that is the nature of me, so don't necessarily take that as being gospel. Like, “Oh, you'll spend a third of your bill.”Like, I've talked to analyst types previously—not you, of course—who will hear a story like this and that suddenly winds up as a headline in some report somewhere. And it's, “Yeah, if your entire compute is based on Lambda functions and you get no traffic, yeah, you're going to see some weird distortions in your bill. Welcome to the conversation.” But it's a problem that I think is going to have to be addressed at some point, especially we talked about earlier, those vendors who are catering to customers who are not born in the cloud, and they start to see their business erode as the cloud-native way of doing things continues to accelerate, I feel like we're in for a time where they're going to be coming at the cloud providers and smacking them for this way harder than I am with my, “As a customer, wouldn't it be nice to have this?” They're going to turn this into something monstrous. And that's what it takes, that's what it takes. But… yeah.Anton: It will take more time than than we think, I think because again, back in the Gartner days, I loved to make predictions. And sometimes—I've learned that predictions end up coming true if you're good, but much later.Corey: I'm learning that myself. I'm about two years away from the end of it because three years ago, I said five years from now, nobody will care about Kubernetes. And I didn't mean it was going to go away, but I meant that it would slip below the surface level of awareness to point where most people didn't have to think about it in the same way. And I know it's going to happen because it's too complex now and it's going to be something that just gets handled in the same way that Linux kernels do today, but I think I was aggressive on the timeline. And to be clear, I've been misquoted as, “Oh, I don't think Kubernetes is going to be relevant.”It is, it's just going to not be something that you need to spend the quarter million bucks an engineer on to run in production safely.Anton: Yeah.Corey: So, we'll see. I'm curious. One other question I had for you while I've got you here is you run a podcast of your own: the Cloud Security Podcast if I'm not mistaken, which is—Anton: Sadly, you are not. [laugh].Corey: —the Cloud Se—yeah. Interesting name on that one, yeah. It's like what the Cloud Podcast was taken?Anton: Essentially, we had a really cool name [Weather Insecurity 00:26:14]. But the naming team here said, you must be descriptive as everybody else at Google, and we ended up with the name, Cloud Security Podcast. Very, very original.Corey: Naming is challenging. I still maintain that the company is renamed Alphabet, just so it could appear before Amazon in the yellow pages, but I don't know how accurate that one actually is. Yeah, to be clear, I'm not dunking on your personal fun podcast, for those without context. This is a corporate Google Cloud podcast and if you want to make the argument that I'm punching down by making fun of Google, please, I welcome that debate.Anton: [laugh]. Yes.Corey: I can't acquire companies as a shortcut to hire people. Yet. I'm sure it'll happen someday, but I can aspire to that level of budgetary control. So, what are you up to these days? You spent seven years at Gartner and now you're doing a lot of cloud security… I'll call it storytelling, and I want to be clear that I mean that as a compliment, not the, “Oh, you just tell stories rather than build things?”Anton: [laugh].Corey: Yeah, it turns out that you have to give people a reason to care about what you've built or you don't have your job for very long. What are you talking about these days? What narratives are you looking at going forward?Anton: So, one of the things that I've been obsessed with lately is a lot of people from more traditional companies come in in the cloud with their traditional on-premise knowledge, and they're trying to do cloud the on-premise way. On our podcast, we do dedicate quite some airtime to people who do cloud as if it were a rented data center, and sometimes we say, the opposite is called—we don't say cloud-native, I think; we say you're doing the cloud the cloudy way. So, if you do cloud, the cloudy way, you're probably doing it right. But if you're doing the cloud is rented data center, when you copy a security stack, you lift and shift your IDS, and your network capture devices, and your firewalls, and your SIM, you maybe are okay, as a first step. People here used to be a little bit more enraged about it, but to me, we meet customers where they are, but we need to journey with them.Because if all you do is copy your stack—security stack—from a data center to the cloud, you are losing effectiveness, you're spending money, and you're making other mistakes. I sometimes joke that you copy mistakes, not just practices. Why copy on-prem mistakes to the cloud? So, that's been bugging me quite a bit and I'm trying to tell stories to guide people out of a situation. Not away, but out.Corey: A lot of people don't go for the idea of the lift and shift migration and they say that it's a terrible pattern and it causes all kinds of problems. And they're right. The counterpoint is that it's basically the second-worst approach and everything else seems to tie itself for first place. I don't mean to sound like I'm trying to pick a fight on these things, but we're going to rebuild an application while we move it. Great.Then it doesn't work or worse works intermittently and you have no idea whether it's the rewrite, the cloud provider, or something else you haven't considered. It just sounds like a recipe for disaster.Anton: For sure. And so, imagine that you're moving the app, you're doing cut-and-paste to the cloud of the application, and then you cut-and-paste security, and then you end up with sizeable storage costs, possibly egress costs, possibly mistakes you used to make beyond five firewalls, now you make this mistake straight on the edge. Well, not on the edge edge, but on the edge of the public internet. So, some of the mistakes do become worse when you copy them from the data center to the cloud. So, we do need to, kind of, help people to get out of the situation but not by telling them don't do it because they will do it. We need to tell them what step B; what's step 1.5 out of this?Corey: And cost doesn't drive it and security doesn't drive it. Those are trailing functions. It has to be a capability story. It has to be about improving feature velocity or it does not get done. I have learned this the painful way.Anton: Whatever 10x cost if you do something in the data center-ish way in the cloud, and you're ten times more expensive, cost will drive it.Corey: To an extent, yes. However, the problem is that companies are looking at this from the perspective of okay, we can cut our costs by 90% if we make these changes. Okay, great. It cuts the cloud infrastructure cost that way. What is the engineering time, what is the opportunity cost that they gets baked into that, and what are the other strategic priorities that team has been tasked with this year? It has to go along for the ride with a redesign that unlocks additional capability because a pure cost savings play is something I have almost never found to be an argument that carries the day.There are always exceptions, to be clear, but the general case I found is that when companies get really focused on cost-cutting, rather than expanding into new markets, on some level, it feels like they are not in the best of health, corporately speaking. I mean, there's a reason I'm talking about cost optimization for what I do and not cost-cutting.It's not about lowering the bill to zero at all cost. “Cool. Turn everything off. Your bill drops to zero.” “Oh, you don't have a company anymore? Okay, so there's a constraint. Let's talk more about that.” Companies are optimized to increase revenue as opposed to reduce costs. And engineers are always more expensive than the cloud provider resources they're using, unless you've done something horrifying.Anton: And some people did, by replicating their mistakes for their inefficient data centers straight into the cloud, occasionally, yeah. But you're right, yeah. It costs the—we had the same pattern of Gartner. It's like, it's not about doing cheaper in the cloud.Corey: I really want to thank you for spending so much time talking to me. If people want to learn more about what you're up to, how you view the world, and what you're up to next, where's the best place for them to find you?Anton: At this point, it's probably easiest to find me on Twitter. I was about to say Podcast, I was about to say my Medium blog, but frankly, all of it kind of goes into Twitter at some point. And so, I think I am twitter.com/anton_chuvakin, if I recall correctly. Sorry, I haven't really—Corey: You are indeed. It's always great; it's one of those that you have a sizable audience, and you're like, “What is my Twitter handle, again? That's a good question. I don't know.” And it's your name. Great. Cool. “So, you're going to spell that for you, too, while you're at it?” We will, of course, put a link to that in the [show notes 00:32:09]. I really want to thank you for being so generous with your time. I appreciate it.Anton: Perfect. Thank you. It was fun.Corey: Anton Chuvakin, Security Strategy Something at Google Cloud. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. 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Want to think a bit more esthetically? We do too. This week, we're joined by Millicent Russo as she discusses the importance of curiosity and collaboration for estheticians and dermatologists alike. Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence based research in integrative dermatology. To hear more from Millicent on microneedling, join us at the IDS 2022 Integrative Esthetician Track. Millicent Russo, LE LEI CLT LSO is on a mission to elevate the aesthetics industry. She is the director of the Integrated Aesthetics Institute and President of the Integrated Aesthetics Association, both founded to provide high quality aesthetic education and business building opportunities. She is known for her well researched, through and detail oriented presentations. Millicent provides boutique style - world class educational experiences in an engaging atmosphere. Her alumni are some of the most successful in the industry. Voted Phoenix Magazine's “Top 20 Beauty Professionals of 2022” Notable Female speaker at the Men's Aesthetic Conference and Associates 2022 Presenting at the IECSC convention in Las Vegas
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Ukraine steps up drive to retake Russian controlled south with air strikes Highland Park shooting suspect indicted on 117 counts by grand jury Vettel to retire from F1 at end of season US mortgage lender to pay 20m in redlining case Hawaii couple with possible KGB ties charged with stealing IDs of dead babies Kim threatens to use nukes amid tensions with US, S. Korea Ukraine war Bid to retake Kherson from Russia gathering pace Neighbours finale Final episode airs in Australia after 37 years US offers Russia deal to bring Griner, Whelan home 15 year old fatally shoots 3 siblings in Alaska home, state troopers say Covid in China Million in lockdown in Wuhan after four cases Ukraine is under constant stress First Lady Olena Zelenska Northwest grapples with days of extreme heat, a year after deadly event Manchin and Schumer announce deal for energy and health care bill My most prized possession is gone New cellphone data shows what happens when a major storm threatens Florida KitKat maker Nestle puts up prices again Chinas Domestic Troubles Will Hang Over Biden Xi Call Senator Joe Manchin suddenly backs Biden climate and tax bill
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Ukraine steps up drive to retake Russian controlled south with air strikes Chinas Domestic Troubles Will Hang Over Biden Xi Call New cellphone data shows what happens when a major storm threatens Florida US offers Russia deal to bring Griner, Whelan home 15 year old fatally shoots 3 siblings in Alaska home, state troopers say Senator Joe Manchin suddenly backs Biden climate and tax bill Neighbours finale Final episode airs in Australia after 37 years Vettel to retire from F1 at end of season Northwest grapples with days of extreme heat, a year after deadly event Highland Park shooting suspect indicted on 117 counts by grand jury Ukraine is under constant stress First Lady Olena Zelenska Ukraine war Bid to retake Kherson from Russia gathering pace Hawaii couple with possible KGB ties charged with stealing IDs of dead babies My most prized possession is gone US mortgage lender to pay 20m in redlining case Kim threatens to use nukes amid tensions with US, S. Korea Manchin and Schumer announce deal for energy and health care bill Covid in China Million in lockdown in Wuhan after four cases KitKat maker Nestle puts up prices again
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Highland Park shooting suspect indicted on 117 counts by grand jury 15 year old fatally shoots 3 siblings in Alaska home, state troopers say Chinas Domestic Troubles Will Hang Over Biden Xi Call Vettel to retire from F1 at end of season Kim threatens to use nukes amid tensions with US, S. Korea Manchin and Schumer announce deal for energy and health care bill My most prized possession is gone US offers Russia deal to bring Griner, Whelan home Northwest grapples with days of extreme heat, a year after deadly event KitKat maker Nestle puts up prices again Neighbours finale Final episode airs in Australia after 37 years Ukraine is under constant stress First Lady Olena Zelenska Ukraine war Bid to retake Kherson from Russia gathering pace Hawaii couple with possible KGB ties charged with stealing IDs of dead babies Covid in China Million in lockdown in Wuhan after four cases Senator Joe Manchin suddenly backs Biden climate and tax bill Ukraine steps up drive to retake Russian controlled south with air strikes US mortgage lender to pay 20m in redlining case New cellphone data shows what happens when a major storm threatens Florida
Dr. Jill Biden for surgeon general? Changing reality when it comes to defining "recession." A doctor questions a series of deaths among hospital staff shortly after the hospital began issuing the fourth dose of vaccinations. Are masks coming back? New Zealand's prime minister wants to be the "only source of truth." Immigrants use a World War 2 memorial as a swimming pool. The Biden administration is considering giving IDs and smartphones to illegal immigrants. Is the woke Left supporting cannibalism now? The WEF is trying to reduce fertilizer. Students at the University of Utah stage a walkout during a pro-life speaker's lecture. A dog saves a kitten from the rain. Bruce Springsteen charges over $1,000 for the cheapest tickets to his upcoming show. Samantha Bee's show, "Full Frontal," has been canceled. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In hour 1, Chris discusses the cities people are fleeing, which all have something in common, and looks at the places people want to go instead! Also, the border is broken on purpose and democrats want to give illegals IDs instead of fixing it. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you download the WMAL app, visit WMAL.com or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 9:00am-12:00pm Monday-Friday. To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @WMAL and @ChrisPlanteShow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Shorts bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the fight footing for your week. A big thanks to YOU! The criminal justice professional. Thank you for what you do. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the good work and please be safe. Ever have a questionable ID handed to you? Do you wish there was a way to check that document for its validity? I remember those times as a police officer when I was presented with what appeared to be a suspicious form of identification. I wish I had SureScan during that time. SureScan technology puts the power to ID fake IDs with a 99% accuracy rate in the palm of your hand. Reach out to SureScan today and get a free demo at: www.surescan.us/cjevolution If you are struggling right now with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ When it comes down to it we all want to be happy. Yet, so many aren't happy. How can you improve your Mental Outlook and Wellbeing? Here are five tips: 1) Connect with people - When I say this I mean the RIGHT people. People who are positive and lift you up, not down. 2) Get physically active - No, you don't have to be in the gym for hours. Start with something easy - Like a brisk walk and build from there. 3) Learn new skills - Life is about continuing to grow and learn. 4) Giving to others - It can be as simple as your time. It can be as simple as giving your smile and positive attitude to others. 5) Pay attention to the present moment - This is essentially the core behind meditation. You will never get this moment back so live in it. Stay tuned for more great guests on The CJEvolution Podcast www.cjevolution.com Patrick
Network security pioneer Marty Roesch takes listeners on a trip down memory lane, sharing stories from the creation of Snort back in the 1990s, the startup journey of building Sourcefire into an IDS/IPS powerhouse and selling the company for $2 billion, the U.S. government killing a Check Point acquisition, and his newest adventure as chief executive at Netography.
Cannabis dispensary licenses are issued in Illinois, a plasma donation center may be opening in Champaign Urbana, Illinois drivers have until December 1st to renew their IDs, and the University of Illinois plans to hire hundreds on new faculty. Hosted by Laszlo Richard Toth. Stories by Jackie Barba, Madison Holcomb, Tara Mobasher, and Laszlo Richard Toth. Music by Boxout.
Namecoin IDs (also known as BitDNS) were created in 2012 and looked to solve the idea of decentralized identity. Where users could log into websites with their crypto wallets, purchase a product using BTC or NMC, and use an identity of their choice. The first registered ID was "id/khal" and by the end of 2017 namecoin IDs were integrated into dozens of websites and services. Today we look to understand the history of id/ and how its a possible early precursor to Emercoin and Ethereum Name Service. |Taha Zafar|• Twitter → https://twitter.com/taha_crypto1• Website → https://linktr.ee/namecoin_ids|CONNECT WITH JAKE|• Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/jakegallen/• Twitter → https://twitter.com/jakegallen_• Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/JakeNGallen• Linkedin → https://www.linkedin.com/in/jake-gall...|FOLLOW AND SUBSCRIBE THE PODCAST|• Website → https://www.jakegallen.com/• Youtube → Subscribe to this page• Apple Podcasts → https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...• Spotify → https://open.spotify.com/show/7hQdRAz...• Google Podcasts → https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR...• RSS Feed → https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1005154.rss• Website → https://solo.to/theguestlistpod• Media Host → https://theguestlistpod.buzzsprout.com/
In today's episode, Ranya Barakat, CEO of CRM Toolbox, joins the show to talk about the major transitions, pivots, and inflection points her team has navigated over the last few years—as CRM Toolbox, a firm offering migration, integration, and complex onboarding services, used to be IDS, a LATAM full-service agency. Ranya starts with the why: what sparked the change in name and branding, the pivot in services, and re-classification to a North American partner. We then dig into her team's service offering—and what this pivot meant for her old services, her existing team, and her existing client base. Ranya also shares the impact on sales, including how prospecting, her channels for sourcing, and her pricing methodology have all changed. We then wrap on strategy, and what the new client experience looks like working with CRM Toolbox. Ranya shares the team's approach about defining the problem, understanding tech stacks and data structures, designing and planning solutions, and architecting it inside of (and around) HubSpot.
This is Session Two, UPDATE #1.The Garden Guy, Mike, has challenged Junior Gardener Scott. The experiment: to plant a couple Banana Trees in his Midwest "tropical" pool landscape. See if he can keep them healthy, let alone alive AND successfully over Winter them... having new growth next Spring.Follow along as Scott does his homework and gives updates on this multiple episode subject! This is Session Two, UPDATE #1._______________If you'd like to ask us an "on-air" question or just leave a show comment, do it the old fashioned way, leave a voice mail at: (567) 318-2325 Or email us at: YourMidwestGarden@bex.net________________Like to check out our Facebook Page? Please "LIKE" it, follow along and even post, not only your garden pictures, but message us with questions. Plant, bug IDs, etc. Mike loves to help out!https://www.facebook.com/Your-Midwest-Garden-Podcast-104823994541594________________If you happen to be in the Toledo or Perrysburg, Ohio area, please stop in at our sponsor's garden centers or visit them online at:https://www.blackdiamondgrows.comSupport the show
Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. If you love the podcast please give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts and continue to share with your family and friends. A special thanks to all the brave men and women who serve in the criminal justice field - Yes YOU! Thank you for all you do. Please be safe and remember your are loved, honored and cherished. Ever have a questionable ID handed to you? Do you wish there was a way to check that document for its validity? I remember those times as a police officer when I was presented with what appeared to be a suspicious form of identification. I wish I had SureScan during that time. SureScan technology puts the power to ID fake IDs with a 99% accuracy rate in the palm of your hand. Reach out to SureScan today and get a free demo at: www.surescan.us/cjevolution If you are struggling right now with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ Rafa Conde has dedicated his life to the resurgence of the warrior mind. With four decades of martial arts training under his belt, tutelage from Zen masters, experience as a DEA/Narcotics/SWAT officer, and at one point in his life having been an elite Wall Street broker, to call Rafa a modern day warrior is an understatement. Having cultivated his philosophies of what a modern day warrior should be, Rafa is now spreading his warrior philosophies so that men everywhere can elevate themselves to a place where they can dominate every facet of their lives. This movement is known as the Man of War. Direct and brutally honest, Rafa Conde debunks the myth of toxic masculinity, redefining what it is to be a 21st Century Man. This best-selling book explore the strategies and philosophies of ancient warrior cultures and their commanders. These long lost principles, states of mind and strategies have been consolidated into 25 FORGING DISCIPLINES with direct application in the modern world. By embodying these disciplines in your life you will emerge a stronger leader, visionary, father and husband. Essentially a 21st Century Man. Find Rafa and his Best-Selling Book here: https://www.rafajconde.com/ Stay tuned for more great episodes on The CJEvolution Podcast www.cjevolution.com Patrick
Episode 1798 - Who controls the food supply? What companies are controlled by the Kabbalists? Did the USA lose WW2 from a cultural degradation standpoint? Bad science is causing cracks to appear at NIH, FDA, and the CDC. Are our children being raised in Sodom? Has the concept of sin been turned inside out? Why is Russia doing a protracted war? NYU School of law warns of digital IDs. Plus much much more! Not for everyone today. Very politically incorrect.
On July 26, 1974, the nude body of a woman was discovered along the shoreline in Provincetown, MA. Because of the serene way in which her body was positioned in the sand dunes, the murder quickly became known as the Lady of the Dunes case. The Lady of the Dunes murder remains unsolved to this day, and is one of the oldest cold cases in Massachusetts.Hadden Clark claims to have stumbled across the body when he was night fishing. He says he placed her IDs in the root cellar.Hadden finally admitted that he was a part of the crime, but through letters and phone conversations we will see that the story keeps changing. The one thing Tony Ciaglia knows for sure is that Hadden was there that night and was somehow involved. Tony and Al will discuss the many twists and turns that the story has taken as they compare Hadden's different stories that he has told over the years. Tony Ciaglia realizes there are only two things that can be verified:1. Hadden claims that both girls Identification is in the root cellar2. Hadden says that he wrote in his journal and diary what happened that night. Those journals and diaries are also in the root cellar. Tony vows that they won't stop until they find the Root cellar!
Across the Caribbean region, considerable attention is being paid to financial inclusion and fintech, with digital identity (ID) taking a back seat. However, it has been argued in some quarters that digital IDs are a foundation element in countries' digital transformation and fintech efforts. Trevor Forrest, of 876 Solutions, sheds some light on digital IDs, including: Why is it becoming increasingly important to have a digital ID? What are the benefits of having a digital ID? What can countries do to develop trust in digital ID? And what is the potential and what could be the implications of heightened surveillance via digital IDs? The episode, show notes and links to some of the things mentioned during the episode can be found on the ICT Pulse Podcast Page (www.ict-pulse.com/category/podcast/) Enjoyed the episode? Do rate the show and leave us a review! Music credit: The Last Word (Oui Ma Chérie), by Andy Narrell Podcast editing support: Mayra Bonilla Lopez ---------------- Also, *Sponsorship Opportunities!* The ICT Pulse Podcast is accepting sponsors! Would you like to partner with us to produce an episode of the podcast, or highlight a product or service to our audience? Do get in touch at email@example.com with “Podcast Sponsorship” as the subject, or via social media @ictpulse, for more details.
Spanish DJ/Producer Crusy steps up on Exclusive Mix duties amid the hottest stretch in his career! After refocusing and retooling during the pandemic, he's got an arsenal of new music that is doing serious damage. “Selecta” on Toolroom Trax has become his most DJ supported track ever including live plays from the likes of ACRAZE, Carl Cox, David Guetta, James Hype, John Summit, Malaa, and many more. Next week his new collaboration “El Beso” with Dombresky drops and later this summer he's got big releases on SOLOTOKO and Knee Deep In Sound. Turn up his Exclusive Mix to get a first listen to some big IDs as well as familiarize yourself with Crusy's infectious blend of tribal and tech house. Our interview details the incredible run he's on, his summer touring, plus loads of insider insights. Enjoy!
Want to know what discussion popped up at the family 4th of July party? And more important, how did Mike get an invite?! LOLThe guys re-enacted the discussion for the record and pass on a few more tidbits about the weed we all know as Poison Hemlock. Which in the last thirty years has had more human interaction._______________If you'd like to ask us an "on-air" question or just leave a show comment, do it the old fashioned way, leave a voice mail at: (567) 318-2325 Or email us at: YourMidwestGarden@bex.net________________Like to check out our Facebook Page? Please "LIKE" it, follow along and even post, not only your garden pictures, but message us with questions. Plant, bug IDs, etc. Mike loves to help out!https://www.facebook.com/Your-Midwest-Garden-Podcast-104823994541594________________If you happen to be in the Toledo or Perrysburg, Ohio area, please stop in at our sponsor's garden centers or visit them online at:https://www.blackdiamondgrows.comSupport the show
Philippe Humeau joins us this hour to talk about CrowdSec - an IDS/IPS that uses crowd sourced information to evaluate threats on your network! -- During The Show -- 01:00 New Red Hat CEO Matt Hicks New Red Hat CEO (https://www.redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/red-hat-names-matt-hicks-president-and-chief-executive-officer) 03:44 Remove all traces of a user on logout? - Wayne TailsOS (https://tails.boum.org/) Noah's hackish solution TempFS? RamDisk? SquashFS? 'Delete' isn't a thing (Inodes) PhotoRec (https://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec) 09:30 Recommendations for hosting provider - Gary Gary's Site (https://www.shawanga.com/) Host Gator Self Host with Hugo Tied to Hosting provider 14:00 Listener responds about CAD on Linux - Heath FreeCAD (https://www.freecad.org/) LibreCAD (https://librecad.org/) TinkerCAD (https://www.tinkercad.com/) Run under Wine 15:30 More Info about Steve's Solar? - Ian Steve likes his EnPhase Solar (https://enphase.com/) setup Hacks Home Assistant Integration (https://github.com/briancmpbll/home_assistant_custom_envoy) 18:30 News Wire Linux Better on i9 Systems Ghacks (https://www.ghacks.net/2022/07/09/linux-is-performing-better-than-windows-11-according-to-this-benchmark-test/) UltimateXR XR Today (https://www.xrtoday.com/virtual-reality/ultimatexr-launches-free-open-source-unity-tool/) EMQX 5.0 EIN News (https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/580326713/emqx-5-0-released-the-ultra-scalable-open-source-mqtt-broker) Calibre 6.0 9 to 5 Linux (https://9to5linux.com/calibre-6-0-released-with-full-text-search-arm64-support-on-linux-qt-6-port) Budgie Desktop 10.6.2 Buddies of Budgie (https://blog.buddiesofbudgie.org/budgie-10-6-2-released/) Linux Mint 21 Beta 9 to 5 Linux (https://9to5linux.com/linux-mint-21-beta-is-now-available-for-download-heres-a-first-look) Debian GNU/Linux 11.4 9 to 5 Linux (https://9to5linux.com/debian-gnu-linux-11-4-bullseye-released-with-79-security-updates-and-81-bug-fixes) Kali Linux on Linode Help Net Security (https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2022/07/11/linode-kali-linux/) Paladin Cloud Security-as-Code Virtualization Review (https://virtualizationreview.com/articles/2022/07/11/paladin-cloud.aspx) Android Zero Day XDA Developers (https://www.xda-developers.com/pixel-6-galaxy-s22-linux-kernel-vulnerability-root-android/) OrBit Malware Cyper Security News (https://cybersecuritynews.com/orbit-undetected-linux-malware/) CrowdSec Interview Philippe Ew-Mow from CrowdSec (https://www.crowdsec.net/) What is CrowdSec How CrowdSec works Domains and Hashes vs IP Address and Behavior How IPs are cleaned Reporting based on "identity" not IP Address IDS and IPS CrowdSec Agent and CrowdSec Console Open Source Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) CrowdSec API How does CrowdSec resolve IDS and IPS problems? Blocking Unique Attacks The 3 Tiers of Crowdsec CrowdSec and GDPR Using Crowdsec Bouncers (IPS) CrowdSec Best Practices Replay Mode Integration into Firewalls CrowdSec on OPNSense (https://www.crowdsec.net/blog/crowdsec-arrives-on-opnsense) Best place to get started/learn CrowdSec Docs (doc.crowdsec.net) 49:00 Thoughts on CrowdSec Noah has been playing with CrowdSec Can also identify and block malicious out going traffic 51:00 Interview with Matt Hicks Interview with Matt Hicks (YouTube) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWg5cRH9YQg) -- The Extra Credit Section -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! This Episode's Podcast Dashboard (http://podcast.asknoahshow.com/294) Phone Systems for Ask Noah provided by Voxtelesys (http://www.voxtelesys.com/asknoah) Join us in our dedicated chatroom #GeekLab:linuxdelta.com on Matrix (https://element.linuxdelta.com/#/room/#geeklab:linuxdelta.com) -- Stay In Touch -- Find all the resources for this show on the Ask Noah Dashboard Ask Noah Dashboard (http://www.asknoahshow.com) Need more help than a radio show can offer? Altispeed provides commercial IT services and they're excited to offer you a great deal for listening to the Ask Noah Show. Call today and ask about the discount for listeners of the Ask Noah Show! Altispeed Technologies (http://www.altispeed.com/) Contact Noah live [at] asknoahshow.com -- Twitter -- Noah - Kernellinux (https://twitter.com/kernellinux) Ask Noah Show (https://twitter.com/asknoahshow) Altispeed Technologies (https://twitter.com/altispeed) Special Guest: Steve Ovens.
Hello everyone welcome back to The Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast - Microcast Monday Series. Short bursts of inspiration to get you started on the right path for your day and week. A big Thank You to YOU, the criminal justice professional. Thank you for what you do, and remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work and please be safe. Ever have a questionable ID handed to you? Do you wish there was a way to check that document for its validity? I remember those times as a police officer when I was presented with what appeared to be a suspicious form of identification. I wish I had SureScan during that time. SureScan technology puts the power to ID fake IDs with a 99% accuracy rate in the palm of your hand. Reach out to SureScan today and get a free demo at: www.surescan.us/cjevolution If you are struggling right now with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ What you Think you Become, What you Feel you attract, and What you imagine you create - Buddha Read that again please. Its such a simple yet powerful quote. Life doesn't have to be hard. You are making that way with your thoughts. Everything you want and desire is there for you. You just have to change your mindset. You have to accept your reality, and if necessary, change your mindset to change the course of you life for the better. You know what? You can do it because I believe in YOU. Go out and conquer you day! Stay tuned for more great guests on The CJEvolution Podcast www.cjevolution.com Patrick
Choosing the right agency is one of the first, and often most important steps in building a strong brand. Joining us to discuss his insight and experience is Jonathan Sachs of iDiscovery Solutions (iDS) – an international eDiscovery firm specializing in solving complex data problems. With over 15 years of consultative sales experience in the areas of eDiscovery, managed review, forensics, cyber, and expert consulting, Jonathan is responsible for all aspects of the iDiscovery Solution's sales and revenue strategy, brand awareness and competitive positioning, and service promotion marketing programs. As iDS's brand manager, Jonathan worked directly with the IDS leadership team to find the right agency for their unique needs.
If TikTok is on your smartphone, you need to remove it now. Here's why. Plus, mobile ad IDs aren't anonymous, the crypto crash is far from over and these five signs reveal if hackers are watching you through your security cameras. Also, time travel in Google Maps and search YouTube like a pro with these insider tricks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello everyone and welcome back to The Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. A Top Show because of YOU, the listener and supporter. Thank you very much! Please give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts and Share the show with your family and friends. A big thanks to YOU, the Criminal Justice Professional. Thank you for serving and protecting everyday is a very difficult environment. Please keep up the great work and please be safe. Ever have a questionable ID handed to you? Do you wish there was a way to check that document for its validity? I remember those times as a police officer when I was presented with what appeared to be a suspicious form of identification. I wish I had SureScan during that time. SureScan technology puts the power to ID fake IDs with a 99% accuracy rate in the palm of your hand. Reach out to SureScan today and get a free demo at: www.surescan.us/cjevolution If you are struggling right now with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ Visualization, Manifestation and Law of Attraction - All key elements that must be learned for you to live the life you have always dreamed of. How do you learn to do all of these? You have to train your mind and listen to an expert. I just so happen to have an expert who is on the show - Goldyn Duffy is founder and creator of Live Life Goldyn. She is transforming lives. Goldyn says the following: Do you have trouble manifesting? Have you felt unlucky and like things don't always work out for you? Would you like to know how the Laws of the Universe work so well that you become someone who can create what they desire? Whatever it is that you are looking to become in your life I can help you! I have experienced many challenges in life, and through them all I have discovered how to become even more successful despite my circumstances. Through my podcast you will, not only receive information that will assist you in becoming that which you dream about, but you will also receive the energy transmission that makes it all possible. You will receive the belief in yourself that you can be, do or have anything your dreams are calling you to. You can find Goldyn here: https://livelifegoldyn.com/ Stay tuned for more great shows on The CJEvolution Podcast www.cjevolution.com Patrick
This week our guest is businessman and entrepreneur, Jim Rutt, who you may know as the former chairman of the Sante Fe Institute or from his own podcast, The Jim Rutt show. Jim is also arguably the founding spearhead for a movement known as “Game B,” which we'll discuss much more deeply in the episode but which could quickly be described here as an alternative to the destabilizing, exploitative, and zero-sum approach to society we currently have. Beyond detailing the specifics of Game B, this episode also explores Jim's thoughts on technology, including online communities, social media moderation, digital IDs, and the ways in which Game B principles can be utilized to improve technology. Jim's article on Game B: https://medium.com/@memetic007/a-journey-to-gameb-4fb13772bcf3 Join the game B movement: https://www.game-b.org/ Listen to Jim's podcast: https://www.jimruttshow.com/ ** Host: Steven Parton - LinkedIn / Twitter Music by: Amine el Filali
If you joined us last week, you met Ian Varley. Ian is a Principal Architect here at Salesforce who has extensive experience with Salesforce CRM and multi-tenant architecture. He also comes from a musical background which has helped him develop his coding skills. Last week, you heard part one of our conversation on Salesforce architecture. We split our discussion up so you could listen to it in full. Today in part two we talk all about metadata and why it is so important. We also get into one of Ian's favorite topics - cognitive bias in technology. Tune in to finish the extended version of my discussion with Ian Varley. Show Highlights: The value of deeper semantic integrations of data. How meta-databases physically work. How unique IDs are generated. What an instance is. Why some IDs are 15 characters and some are 18. Why awareness of cognitive bias is important. The software Salesforce created to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Links: Ian on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thefutureian Ian on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/ianvarley/ Brains Considered Harmful: http://bit.ly/brains-considered-harmful
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right footing for your week. Happy 4th of July! Remember the brave men and women who are serving today! Thank YOU for your dedicated and honorable service. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work. Even have a questionable ID handed to you? Do you wish there was a way to check that document for its validity? I remember those times as a police officer when I was presented with what appeared to be a suspicious form of identification. I wish I had SureScan during that time. SureScan technology puts the power to ID fake IDs with a 99% accuracy rate in the palm of your hand. Reach out to SureScan today and get a free demo at: www.surescan.us/cjevolution If you are struggling right now with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ If flowers can grow through concrete, you can keep blooming too. Remember that your setbacks and heartache are temporary. You have and will continue to bloom as long as you keep your mind open and are willing to work hard at it. Don't let the weeds take control of your garden. Go out and conquer your day friends and stay tuned for more great shows on The CJEvolution Podcast. www.cjevolution.com Patrick
Today the guys talk with Teresa Woodard, over the past 15 years she has contributed to Midwest Living, Columbus Monthly, Better Homes & Gardens, Country Gardens, Chicago Tribune, Living the Country Life, Ohio Magazine and Edible Columbus. And now is a co-author of American Roots: Reimagining Our Home Gardens (Timber Press; Fall 2022).The topic is a more in depth discussion of transforming your backyard into a tropical paradise. Plants that are hardy for the Midwest, ones that won't survive the harsh Winters and Teresa reviews Scott's backyard tropical layout. Let's welcome Teresa to YMGP community!https://www.teresawoodard.com/Link to American Roots book:https://www.workman.com/products/american-roots/hardback?_ga=2.38771235.1838257187.1655740079-1902022345.1655740079You can also check out our Tropical episode from Season One: https://www.buzzsprout.com/887557/4112057_______________If you'd like to ask us an "on-air" question or just leave a show comment, do it the old fashioned way, leave a voice mail at: (567) 318-2325 Or email us at: YourMidwestGarden@bex.net________________Like to check out our Facebook Page? Please "LIKE" it, follow along and even post, not only your garden pictures, but message us with questions. Plant, bug IDs, etc. Mike loves to help out!https://www.facebook.com/Your-Midwest-Garden-Podcast-104823994541594________________If you happen to be in the Toledo or Perrysburg, Ohio area, please stop in at our sponsor's garden centers or visit them online at:https://www.blackdiamondgrows.comBlack Diamond Garden Centers Welcome Black Diamond Nursery & Lawn Service. We been a local business in Toledo for over 50 years!Support the show
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right track for your week. A special thanks to YOU - The Criminal Justice Professional. You put it on the line everyday and trust me, the majority of people support you. Don't listen to all the crap out there. Hold your head high and keep doing your job. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Even have a questionable ID handed to you? Do you wish there was a way to check that document for its validity? I remember those times as a police officer when I was presented with what appeared to be a suspicious form of identification. I wish I had SureScan during that time. SureScan technology puts the power to ID fake IDs with a 99% accuracy rate in the palm of your hand. Reach out to SureScan today and get a free demo at: www.surescan.us/cjevolution If you are struggling right now with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ Having a bad day? Welcome to the club. We all have them, and we will continue to have them. The key is to not linger in them. You have the power to change your mindset. The next time you are sinking into a bad day I want you to try this: I want you to put things into perspective. That's it. Not complex. Not hard. Just think of all the opportunities you have ahead of you. All the people (Family and Friends) in your life. The roof over you head. Your health. Your kids. Your job etc etc etc. Remember things could always be worse and there is always someone who has it worse. You see when you start being grateful instead of being pissed off your life will begin to change for the better. But, YOU HAVE TO DO THE WORK. Go out and conquer your day and week and be safe. www.cjevolution.com Patrick
Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. I want to thank you. The first responder professional for what you do everyday. Everyday you have to listen and see the garbage on mainstream media and social media. The lack of support from some can get you depressed and morale can tank. I know the feeling trust me. Know this though, the vast majority of people support you. They love and care for you and the pray for your safety everyday. Go out and do your job bravely like you always have and you always will and thank you for your service. Even have a questionable ID handed to you? Do you wish there was a way to check that document for its validity? I remember those times as a police officer when I was presented with what appeared to be a suspicious form of identification. I wish I had SureScan during that time. SureScan technology puts the power to ID fake IDs with a 99% accuracy rate in the palm of your hand. Reach out to SureScan today and get a free demo at: www.surescan.us/cjevolution If you are struggling right now with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ It was an honor having my next guest on the show. I have been watching his trainings and video's for years. Dave Smith was on the show. Former police lieutenant Dave Smith is an internationally known speaker, writer and law enforcement expert. After graduating from the University of Arizona while fighting forest fires with the “Coconino Hot Shots” he began his police career in Tucson, AZ and then joined the Arizona Department of Public Safety. As a career police officer, Dave held positions in Patrol, SWAT, Narcotics, Training and Management. In 1980 he developed the popular "Buck Savage" video training series, was the lead instructor for the Calibre Press "Street Survival" seminar from 1983 to 1985, and was instrumental in developing Calibre's timeless "Tactical Edge" officer survival book. Dave holds numerous instructor certifications in firearms, defensive tactics, and human performance and is a proven expert witness and consultant. In 1989, Dave joined the Law Enforcement Television Network (LETN), developing and hosting cutting-edge police, security and public safety training as its Director of Education and was the general manager of Calibre Press until January of 2002. Dave continued to instruct the “Street Survival” seminar through 2012 as its senior instructor and he co-managed the most comprehensive update to the seminar since 2003. Dave has authored hundreds of articles for publications including Police Chief, Law and Order, The Trainer, Police Marksman, the Newsline, PoliceOne and POLICE magazine. Dave currently trains through the Arizona-based “Winning Mind Seminars.” His signature course, “The Winning Mind” is popular, timely, and available throughout the US and Canada. He co-instructs the unique “Mindset Bootcamp” with Lt. Col. Dave Grossman and is available for conferences, training events, and consulting. Dave the author of the popular bookIn My Sights and can be reached via his website at www.jdbucksavage.comor on his Facebook fan page as “JD Buck Savage.” Such a great show with a legend. You can find Dave here: https://www.facebook.com/JDBuckSavage/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/dave-smith-55308b12/ https://www.police1.com/company-directory/dave-smith-associates/ Stay tuned for more great episodes on The CJEvolution Podcast. Patrick
The government issues IDs so we can prove who we say we are, and since the start, that's included an expression of binary (male or female) gender. Now, some states - and even the federal government - are starting to change that. LGBTQ+ reporter Kate Sosin is our guide.
Over the last decade, humanitarian organizations have digitized many of their systems, from registering refugees with biometric IDs to transporting cargo via drones. This has helped deliver aid around the world, but it's also brought new risks to the people it's meant to protect. Tech and human rights ethicist Aarathi Krishnan points to the dangers of digitization -- like sensitive data getting into the hands of the wrong people -- and lays out five ethical principles to help inform humanitarian tech innovation.
Over the last decade, humanitarian organizations have digitized many of their systems, from registering refugees with biometric IDs to transporting cargo via drones. This has helped deliver aid around the world, but it's also brought new risks to the people it's meant to protect. Tech and human rights ethicist Aarathi Krishnan points to the dangers of digitization -- like sensitive data getting into the hands of the wrong people -- and lays out five ethical principles to help inform humanitarian tech innovation.
Over the last decade, humanitarian organizations have digitized many of their systems, from registering refugees with biometric IDs to transporting cargo via drones. This has helped deliver aid around the world, but it's also brought new risks to the people it's meant to protect. Tech and human rights ethicist Aarathi Krishnan points to the dangers of digitization -- like sensitive data getting into the hands of the wrong people -- and lays out five ethical principles to help inform humanitarian tech innovation.