Episode 197 of the Unscripted Podcast is with Cameron Arnett Cameron Arnett is an award-winning actor in television, film, and theater hailing from Port-Au-Prince Haiti. He is also an author, speaker, film director, and producer and voice over artist. Cameron has appeared on just about every major network. Past television credits include NBC's Miami Vice, Fox's Star Trek: The Next Generation, ABC's China Beach and Doogie Howser MD, VH1's Single Ladies, and Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns. Today Cameron travels an average of thirty weeks a year shooting faith based and family friendly projects. He has appeared in at least 28 films in the last eight years alone. Recent past successes include his role as Dr. Furst in I Still Believe, Seventeen Magazines #1 Romantic Movie of the Year, Thomas Hill in Overcomer, the Kendrick Brothers' #1 family film for 2019, Sam Sr. in Mattie: The Discovery, Solomon Grant in Karen Abercrombie's Discarded Things, Bill in The Challenger Disaster, and Logan Evans in Champion. Mattie: The Discovery is also Cameron's directorial debut. Cameron was awarded Actor of the Year by the International Christian Film and Music Festival for 2020, and nominated for the same award in 2021. He received a best supporting actor award for Discarded Things at the Canadian International Faith and Family Film Festival in 2021, and many other awards for acting and directing throughout the years. In Addition... Some of his most recent projects are Running The Bases, The Author, Saving Grace, Vindication, Responders, Making Him Famous, Grace By Night...and the list goes on. Cameron is also an international speaker and the founder of Childless Dads, Saving Destinies through which he has authored A Good Man: A Child's I Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda Story Book Series, as well Christ Over Career, a global movement calling the Church back to the Lordship of Jesus Christ, placing Him and keeping Him at the helm. Through Camy Arnett Production Studios (CAPS), he and his wife, BJ Arnett continue to occupy an ever growing space within the content building of faith and family friendly films. For more, you can find him at CameronArnett.com, or follow him on Facebook and IG @cameronarnettactor. For more information about Cameron visit - https://www.cameronarnett.com/ Check out the new film First Responders - https://firstrespondersmovie.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aaronconrad/support
«PELEA EL BUEN COMBATE DE LA FE, CONQUISTA LA VIDA ETERNA, A LA QUE HAS SIDO LLAMADO» SANTO EVANGELIO SEGÚN SAN LUCAS 16, 19-31 Propuesta Espiritual Esta semana te proponemos: 1. Pensar si alguna persona de las que habitualmente te encontrás en tus jornadas puede estar necesitando algo de vos, o si podés ayudarla en algo (pensemos en amigos, familiares, compañeros de trabajo, de estudio, personas con quienes nos encontramos de modo habitual). 2. Responder a estas preguntas: ¿Dónde está Lázaro para mí hoy? ¿Quién es Lázaro para mí hoy? ¿Quién aparece como él en mi vida? ¿Hay algo que me esté impidiendo ver a quienes más me necesitan? 3. Por último, pensar en lo que podemos hacer por otros, ya sea de nuestros circuitos habituales, o en alguna obra de misericordia (por ejemplo: visitar a quien está enfermo, enseñar al que no sabe, vestir al desnudo, dar de comer al hambriento…). ¿Qué obra de misericordia puedo practicar esta semana o cada día de esta semana?
Welcome to episode 12 of The Thirteen-Hour Life Coach Podcast.Today I am talking with Krista Fee (also known as Phoenix) who is an international speaker published author, and trauma specialist RISEUP Phoenix Academy Founder and President of Battle2BE community organization bringing Access*Awareness*Healing and Change to the field of Mental Health for Military and First Responders She holds over 50 certifications in trauma, holistic healing, hypnotherapy, neuropsychology, psychology frameworks and other diverse modalities. She holds Degrees in criminal justice/forensics, National Security, and Trauma/Military Psychology. And has over twenty years working in holistic trauma recovery and advocacywww.Instagram.com/KristaPhoenixFee www.Battle2Be.orgwww.Facebook.com/KristaPhoenixFeeWe hope you can join us on this brilliant podcast today :)Welcome to The Thirteen Hour Life Coach Podcast.Every week I will have a guest on my show in which we will discuss how to help adults with ADHD really EXCEL!I have ADHD myself, and I wrote the book The Thirteen-Hour Life Coach, which is available in all stores with strategies that help me every day.https://www.lulu.com/shop/simon-arnold/the-thirteen-hour-life-coach/paperback/product-zjkrww.html?page=1&pageSize=4You will hear things on the podcast that will blow your mind!There is no better time to get support for adults with ADHD.This is going to be so much fun :)Contact me at : email@example.com for book info or coming onto the show.
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Ahoy! and welcome to another episode of CISO Tradecraft -- the podcast that provides you with the information, knowledge, and wisdom to be a more effective cyber security leader. My name is G. Mark Hardy, and today we're going to -- talk like a pirate. ARRR As always, please follow us on LinkedIn, and make sure you subscribe so you can always get the latest updates. On today's episode we are going to talk about the 9 Cs of Cyber Security. Note these are not the 9 Seas that you might find today, the 19th of September, which happens to be the 20th annual International Talk like a Pirate Day. They are the nine words that begin with the letter C (but not the letter ARRR): Controls, Compliance, Continuity, Coverage, Complexity, Competency, Communication, Convenience, Consistency. Please note that this talk is inspired by an article by Mark Wojtasiak from Vectra, but we have modified the content to be more aligned with our thoughts at CISO Tradecraft. Now before we go into the 9 Cs, it's important to understand that the 9 Cs represent three equal groups of three. Be sure to look at the show notes which will link to our CISO Tradecraft website that shows a 9-box picture which should make this easier to understand. But if you're listening, imagine a three-by-three grid where each row corresponds to a different stakeholder. Each stakeholder is going to be concerned with different things, and by identifying three important priorities for each, we have our grid. Make sense? Okay, let's dig in. The first row in our grid is the focus of Executive Leaders. First, this group of executives such as the CEO, CIO, and CISO ensure that the IT controls and objectives are working as desired. Next, these executives want attestations and audits to ensure that compliance is being achieved and the organization is not just paying lip service to those requirements. Thirdly, they also want business continuity. IT systems must be constantly available despite attacks from ransomware, hardware failures, and power outages. The second row in our grid is the focus of Software Development shops. This group consists of Architects, Developers, Engineers, and Administrators. First, they need to ensure they understand the Coverage of their IT systems in asset inventories -- can we account for all hardware and software. Next, developers should be concerned with how Complexity in their environment can reduce security, as these tend to work at cross-purposes. Lastly, developers care about Competency of their teams to build software correctly; that competency is a key predictor of the end quality of what is ultimately produced. The third and final row in our grid is the focus of Security Operations Centers. This group consists of Incident Handlers and Responders, Threat Intelligence Teams, and Business Information System Officers commonly known as BISOs. They need to provide clear communication that informs others what they need to do, they need processes and tools that enable convenience so as to reduce friction. Finally, they need to be consistent. No one wants a fire department that only shows up 25% of the time. So now that we have a high-level overview of the 9 C's let's start going into detail on each one of them. We'll start with the focus of executive leaders. Again, that is controls, compliance, and continuity. Controls- According to James Hall's book on Accounting Information Systems[i], General Computer Controls are "specific activities performed by persons or systems designed to ensure that business objectives are met." Three common control frameworks that we see inside of organizations today are COBIT, COSO, and ITIL. COBIT®, which stands for The Control Objectives for Information Technology was built by the IT Governance Institute and the Information Systems Audit and Controls Organization, better known as ISACA®. COBIT® is primarily focused on IT compliance, audit issues, and IT service, which should not be a surprise given its roots from ISACA® which is an Audit and Controls organization. Overall, COBIT® 2019, the latest version, is based on the following six principles[ii] (note that the prior version, COBIT® 5[iii], had five): Provide stakeholder value Holistic approach Dynamic governance system Governance distinct from management Tailored to enterprise needs End-to-end governance system COSO stands for The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission. Their latest version is the 2017 Enterprise Risk Management - Integrated Framework, which is designed to address "enterprise risk management and the need for organizations to improve their approach to managing risk to meet the demands of an evolving business environment.[iv]" COSO states that internal controls are a PROCESS, effected by leadership, to provide reasonable assurance with respect to effectiveness, reliability, and compliance[v]. The framework consists of five interrelated principles[vi]: Governance and culture Strategy and objective-setting Performance Review and revision, and Information, communication, and reporting To support these principles, COSO defines internal controls as consisting of five interrelated components: Control environments, Risk Assessments, Control Activities, Information and Communication, and Monitoring Activities. The third framework is ITIL®, which stands for Information Technology Infrastructure Library. First published in 1989 (the latest update is 2019/2020), ITIL® is managed and maintained by AXELOS, a joint venture between the Government of the United Kingdom and PeopleCert, which acquired AXELOS in 2021. According to their website[vii], "ITIL 4 is an adaptable framework for managing services within the digital era. Through our best practice modules, ITIL 4 helps to optimize digital technologies to co-create value with consumers, drive business strategy, and embrace digital transformation." (Talk about buzzword compliance). ITIL® 4 focuses on process and service management through service strategy, service design, service transition, service operation, and continual service improvement. What is interesting is that there is no third-party assessment of ITIL® compliance in an organization, only individual certification. At the end of the day an organization needs to pick one of these popular control frameworks and show controls are being followed. This isn't just a best practice; it's also required by Sarbanes Oxley. SOX has two sections that require control attestations that impact cyber. Section 302 requires corporate management, executives, and financial officers to perform quarterly assessments which: Evaluate the effectiveness of disclosure controls, Evaluate changes in internal controls over financial reporting, Disclose all known control deficiencies and weaknesses, and Disclose acts of fraud. Since financial services run on IT applications, cybersecurity is generally in scope for showing weaknesses and deficiencies. SOX Section 404 requires an annual assessment by both management and independent auditors. This requires organizations to: Evaluate design and operating effectiveness of internal controls over financial reporting, Disclose all known controls and significant deficiencies, and disclose acts of fraud. Once we understand the requirements for controls, we need to be Compliant. Compliance is the second C we are discussing today. Remember the CFO and CEO need to produce annual and quarterly reports to regulators such as the SEC. So, if you as a CISO can help them obtain a clean bill of health or fix previous audit findings, you help the business. A useful tool to consult in terms of compliance is a concept from the Institute of Internal Auditors known as the three lines model or three lines of defense[viii]. This model has as a foundation six principles: Governance Governing body roles Management and first- and second-line roles Third line roles Third line independence, and Creating and protecting value The first line of defense is the business and process owners who maintain internal controls. You can think of a software developer who should write secure software because there is an IT Control that says so. That developer is expected to run application security scans and vulnerability scans to find bugs in their code. They are also expected to fix these issues before releasing to production. The second line of defense are elements of an organization that focus on risk management and compliance. Your cyber team is a perfect example of this. If the developer doesn't fix the application vulnerabilities before sending code to production, then the company is at risk. Cyber teams generally track and report vulnerability findings to the business units to ensure better compliance with IT controls. Finally, the third line of defense is internal audit. Internal audit might assess an IT control on secure software development and say we have an issue. The developers push out bad code with vulnerabilities. Cyber tells the developers to fix, yet we are observing trends that the total vulnerabilities are only increasing. This systemic risk is problematic, and we recommend management comply with the IT controls by making immediate fixes to this risky situation. Now, other than the observation that the ultimate line of defense (internal auditors) is defined by the Institute of Internal Auditors (no conflict of interest there), note that internal auditors can report directly to the board. Developers and CISOs typically cannot. One of the most powerful weapons in an auditor's toolbox is the "finding." The U.S. Code defines what represents a finding[ix] in the context of federal awards, to include: Significant deficiencies and material weaknesses in internal control and significant instances of abuse Material noncompliance with the provisions of Federal statutes or regulations Known questioned costs, specifically identified by the auditor, greater than $25,000 for a type of compliance requirement Internal auditors have both a mandate from and access to the board to ensure that the organization meets compliance requirements. So, if you've been unsuccessful in getting funding for what you consider a critical security asset, maybe, just maybe, you casually point that out to the auditors so that it ends up in a finding. After all, findings get funded. Don't get caught, though, or you'll have some explaining to do to your boss who previously turned you down. Management cares a lot about Continuity. Remember, if the business is down, then it's not making money, and it's probably losing money by the hour. If the business isn't making money, then they can't pay for the cyber department. So, among your goals as a cyber executive is to ensure the continuity of revenue-generation services. To start, you must identify what those activities are and find ways to protect the services by reducing the likelihood of vulnerabilities found in those systems. You also need to ensure regular backup activities are occurring, disaster recovery exercises are performed, Business Continuity Plans are tested, and tabletops are executed. Each of these activities has the potential to identify gaps which cause harm to the continuity that executives care about. How do you identify revenue-generating elements of the business? Ask. But do your homework first. If you're a publicly traded company, the annual report will often break out lines of business showing profit and loss for each. Even if it's losing money today, it still may be vital to the organization. Think, ahem, about your department -- you're probably not making a profit for the company in the security suite, but your services are definitely important. Look at the IT systems that support each line of business and assess their criticality to the success of that business component. In today's digitized workplace, the answer will almost always be "yes," but since you don't have unlimited resources, you need to rack and stack what has to be protected first. A Business Impact Analysis, or BIA, involves meeting with key executives throughout the organization, assessing the importance and value of IT-supported business processes, ranking them in the order in which they need to be assured, and then acting on that knowledge. [I thought we had done an episode on BIA, but I checked back and couldn't find one. So, expect to learn more about that in a future episode.] Backups and disaster recovery exercises are a must in today's world of ransomware and surprise risks, but make sure that you're not just hand-waving and assuming that what you think is working really is working. Do what I call "core sampling" -- get with your team and dig way down until you reach some individual file from a particular date or can observe all logs collected for some arbitrary 5-minute period. It's not that that information is critical in and of itself, but your team's ability to get to that information quickly and accurately should increase your confidence that they could do the same thing when a true outage occurs. Lastly, tabletop exercises are a great way to ensure that your team (as well as others from around the organization, up to and including senior leadership) know what to do when certain circumstances occur. The advantage of tabletops is that they don't require much time and effort from the participants to go through emergency response procedures. The disadvantage of tabletops is that you risk groupthink when everyone thinks someone else took care of that "assumed" item. Companies have been caught flat-footed when the emergency diesel generator doesn't kick in because no one in the tabletop tests ever thought to check it for fuel, and the tank was empty. Things change, and there's nothing like a full-scale test where people have to physically go to or do the things they would in a true emergency. That's a reason why kids in school don't discuss what to do in a fire drill, they actually do what needs to be done -- get out of the building. Be careful here you don't have a paper tiger for a continuity plan -- it's too late when things start to come apart to realize you hadn't truly done your homework. Those are the three Cs for executives -- controls, compliance, and continuity. Now let's move on to developers. If you remember, the three Cs for developers are coverage, complexity, and competency. Developers need to care about Coverage. When we talk about coverage, we want to ensure that we know everything that is in our environment. That includes having a complete and up-to-date asset inventory, knowing our processes are free from security oversight, as well as ensuring that our security controls are deployed across all of our potential attack surfaces. "We've got your covered" is usually considered reassuring -- it's a statement that someone has thought of what needs to be protected. Specifically, our technical team members are the only ones who can generally tell if the IT asset inventory is correct. They are the ones who run the tools, update the agents (assuming we're not agentless), and push the reporting. If the scanning tools we use are missing hardware or software, then those gaps represent potential landing zones for enemy forces. The Center for Internet Security's Critical Controls start with these two imperatives. Essentially, if you don't know what you have, how can you secure it? Knowing our processes is key. For developers today, it's much more likely that they're using a DevOps continuous integration / continuous delivery, or CI/CD process, rather than the classic waterfall methodology. Agile is often an important part of what we do, and that continuous feedback loop between developer and customer helps to ensure that we cover requirements correctly (while being careful to avoid scope creep.) Throughout our development cycle, there are numerous places where security belongs -- the art we call DevSecOps. By putting all of our security processes into version control -- essentially automating the work and moving away from paper-based processes, we create a toolchain that automates our security functionality from pre-commit to commit to acceptance to production to operations. Doing this right ensures that security in our development environment is covered. Beyond just the development pipeline, we need to cover our production environment. Now that we've identified all hardware and software and secured our development pipeline, we need to ensure that our security tools are deployed effectively throughout the enterprise to provide protective coverage. We may know how many servers we have, but if we don't scan continuously to ensure that the defenses are running and up to date, we are effectively outsourcing that work to bad actors, who fundamentally charge higher billing rates than developers when they take down critical systems via ransomware. In his book Data and Goliath, Bruce Schnier wrote, "Complexity is the worst enemy of security, and our systems are getting more complex all the time.[x]" Complexity is inversely correlated to security. If there are two hundred settings that you need to configure properly to make containers secure, that's a big deal. It becomes a bigger deal when the team only understands how to apply 150 of those settings. Essentially, your company is left with fifty opportunities for misconfiguration to be abused by bad actors. Therefore, when possible, focus your understanding on how to minimize complexity. For example, instead of running your own containers on premises with Kubernetes, try using Amazon Elastic Container Services. There's a significant amount of configuration complexity decrease. In addition, using cloud-based services give us a lot of capabilities -- elastic scaling, load balancers, multiple regions and availability zones, and even resistance to DDoS attacks. That's a lot of overhead to ensure in a high-availability application running on servers in your data center. Consider using AWS lambda where all of that is already handled as a service for our company. Remember that complexity makes security more difficult and generally increases the costs of maintenance. So only increase complexity when the business benefit exceeds the costs. From a business connectivity perspective, consider the complexity of relationships. Many years ago, data centers were self-contained with 3270 green screens (or punched card readers if you go back far enough) as input and fan-fold line printer generated paper as output. Essentially, the only connection that mattered was reliable electrical power. Today, we have to be aware of what's going on in our industry, our customers, our suppliers, consumers, service providers, and if we have them, joint ventures or partners.[xi] This complex web of competing demands stretches our existing strategies, and sometimes rends holes in our coverage. I would add to that awareness, complexity in our workforce. How did COVID-19 affect your coverage of endpoints, for example? Most work-from-home arrangements lost the benefit of the protection of the enterprise security bubble, with firewalls, scanners, and closely-manage endpoints. Just issuing a VPN credential to a developer working from home doesn't do much when junior sits down at mom's computer to play some online game and downloads who-knows-what. Consider standardizing your endpoints for manageability -- remove the complexity. When I was in the Navy, we had exactly two endpoint configurations from which to choose, even though the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet, or NMCI, was the largest intranet in the world at the time. Although frustrating when you have to explain to the admiral why his staff can't get fancier computers, the offsetting benefit is that when an emergency patch has to get pushed, you know it's going to "take" everywhere. Number six is Competency -- another crucial skill for developers. If your organization doesn't have competent developers, then more vulnerabilities are going to emerge. So how do most other industries show competencies? They use a licensure and certification process. For example, teenagers in the United States must obtain a driver's license before they are legally approved to drive on their own. Nearly all of us have been through the process -- get a manual when you get a learner's permit, go to a driving school to learn the basics, practice with your terrified parents, and after you reach the minimum age, try not to terrify the DMV employee in the passenger seat. In the UK, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency recommends a minimum of 47 hours of lessons before taking the driving test, which still has only a 52% pass rate on the first attempt[xii]. Now ask yourself, is developing and deploying apps riskier than driving a car? If so, consider creating a Developer Driver's License exam that identifies when developers are competent before your company gives them the SSH keys to your servers. Before your new developer sits for the exam you also need to provide the training that identifies the Rules of the Road. For example, ask: When a new application is purchased, what processes should be followed? When are third party vendor assessments needed? How does one document applications into asset inventory systems and Configuration Management Databases? If you can build the Driver's Education Training equivalent for developer and measure competency via an exam, you can reduce the risk that comes from bad development and create a sense of accomplishment among your team. So, to summarize so far, for executives we have controls, compliance, and continuity, and for developers we have coverage, complexity, and competency. It's now time to move to the last three for our security operations center: clarity, context, and community. The seventh C is Communication. Let's learn from a couple quotes on effective communication. Peter Drucker said, “The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said.” When you share an idea do you look at the person you are informing to see if they understand the idea? What body language are you seeing? Are they bored and not facing you, are they engaged and leaning in and paying close attention, or are they closed off with arms crossed? We've probably all heard the term "active listening." If you want to ensure the other party understands what you're saying (or if you're trying to show them you understand what they are saying), ask the listener to repeat back in their own words what the speaker has just said. You'd be amazed how few people are needed to play the game of "telegraph" and distort a message to the point it is no longer recognizable. George Bernard Shaw said, “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” When you present a technical topic on a new risk to executives, ask questions to ensure they understand what you just shared. If you don't do so, how do you know when you might be overwhelming them with information that goes right over their heads. There's always the danger that someone will not want to look stupid and will just nod along like a bobblehead pretending to understand something about which they have absolutely no clue. Richard Feynman had said, "If you can't explain it to a six-year-old, you don't understand it yourself." Well, let me offer G Mark's corollary to that quote: "If you can't explain it to a six-year-old, you can't explain it to your board." And sometimes the big boss. And sometimes your manager. And sometimes your co-worker. Ask for feedback; make sure the message is understood. Earl Wilson said, “Science may never come up with a better office communication system than the coffee break.” When you want to launch a really important initiative that needs group buy-in, did you first have one-on-ones to solicit feedback? Did you have an ear at the water cooler to understand when people say yes but really mean no? Do you know how to connect with people so you can ask for a favor when you really don't have the resources necessary to make something happen? Unless you are in the military, you can't issue lawful orders to your subordinates and demand that they carry them out. You have to structure your communication in such a way that expectations are made clear, but also have to allow for some push-back, depending on the maturity of the relationship you've developed with your team. [War story: Just this past week, Apple upgraded to iOS 16. We use iPhones exclusively as corporate-issued handsets, so I sent a single sentence message to my senior IT team member: "Please prepare and send an email to all who have an iPhone with steps on how to update the OS soonest. Thank you." To me, that seemed like clear communication. The next day I get a response, "People are slowly updating to 16.0 on their own and as the phone prompts them." After a second request where I point out "slowly" has not been our strategy for responding to exploitable security vulnerabilities, I get a long explanation of how Apple upgrades work, how he's never been questioned in his long career -- essentially the person spent five times as much time explaining why he will NOT do the task rather than just doing it. And today 80% of the devices are still not updated. At times like this I'm reminded of Strother Martin in Cool Hand Luke: "What we have here is failure to communicate." So, my lesson for everyone is even though you think your communications are crystal clear, they may not be perceived as such.] Our last quote is from Walt Disney who said, “Of all our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.” If you believe that pictures are more effective than words, think about how you can create the best pictures in your emails and slide decks to communicate effectively. I remember a British officer who had visited the Pentagon years ago who commented, "PowerPoint is the language of the US military." I think he's right, at least in that context. Ask yourself, are pictures part of your language? Convenience is our eighth C that we are going to talk about. How do we make something convenient? We do it by automating the routine and removing the time wasters. In terms of a SOC, we see technology in this space emerging with the use of Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response, or SOAR technologies. Convenience can come in a lot of ways. Have we created helpful playbooks that identify a process to follow? If so, we can save time during a crisis when we don't have a minute to spare. Have we created simple processes that work via forms versus emails? It's a lot easier to track how many forms have been submitted and filter on field data versus aggregating unstructured emails. One thing you might consider as a way to improve convenience are Chatbots. What if someone could ask a Chatbot a Frequently Asked Question and get a quick, automated, and accurate response? That convenience helps people, and it saves the SOC time. If you go that route, as new questions get asked, do you have a way to rank them by frequency and add them as new logic to the chatbot? If you do, your chatbot gets more useful and provides even greater convenience to the workforce. How great would it be to hear your colleagues saying it was so convenient to report an incident and see that it was handled in such a timely manner. Find ways to build that experience and you will become the partner the business wants. Last, but not least, is the 9th C of Consistency. Want to know how to create an audit finding? Try not being consistent. Auditors hate that and love to point out inconsistencies in systems. I'm sure there are auditors right now listening to this podcast smiling with joy saying, "yup, that's me." Want to know how to pass every audit standard? Try passing the CARE Standard for cyber security. CARE is a Gartner acronym that means Consistent, Adequate, Reasonable and Effective. Auditors look at the Consistency of controls by performing tests to determine if the control is working the same way over time across the organization. Auditors also look for Adequacy to determine if you have satisfactory controls in line with business needs. Auditors ensure that your practices are Reasonable by identifying if there exist appropriate, fair, and moderate controls. Finally, auditors look at Effectiveness to ensure the controls are producing the desired or intended outcomes. So, in a nutshell, show Auditors that you CARE about cyber security. Okay, let's review. Our nine Cs are for executives, developers, and SOC teams. Executives should master controls, compliance, and continuity; developers should master coverage, complexity, and competency; and SOC teams should focus on clarity, communications, and consistency. If you paid careful attention, I think you would find lessons for security leaders in all nine boxes across the model. Essentially, don't conclude because boxes four through nine are not for executives that you don't need to master them -- all of this is important to being successful in your security leadership career. Well thanks again for listening to the CISO Tradecraft podcast as we discussed the 9 C's. And for International Talk Like a Pirate Day, I do have a rrr-request: if you like our show, please take a few seconds to rate us five stars on your favorite podcast provider. Another CISO pointed out to me this past week that we came up first on Spotify when searching for C-I-S-O, and that's because those rankings are crowd-sourced. It's a great way to say thank you for the time and effort we put into our show, and I thank you in advance. This is your host G. Marrrrk Hardy, and please remember to stay safe out there as you continually practice your CISO Trrrradecraft. 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In This Episode 233 We Have Special Guest Retired First Responder “Terry Wright” Who Tells Us How He Became 9-11 Hero, First Responder, & Survivor! Follow & Support “Terry” By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org & Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/Rocketmanl/posts/pfbid02YwYUDeEVrnvhQrLpLmNUhNDm6H4FgQP7AY1j3tLw17Gshup3aw1tbDbj7xkHQ4hilWorld Trade Center Program https://www.cdc.gov/wtc/https://www.wowktv.com/news/local/a-9-11-first-responders-medical-conditions-20-years-later/Follow & Support Me @Venmo- @Ariel-Castillo-4PayPal- Paypal.me/arielentTIKTOK- @Arielent.comAriel Castillo SoundcloudInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/arielentpod/Website- Arielent.com
You Are Not Broken, You Don't Understand The Solution Yet In this episode, Andi will walk you through some solutions that she has seen work for many Responders who were medicalled out and having flashbacks every 2-3 minutes. What You'll Learn: ➡️Know that you are not broken. ➡️If your stress nerve is so strong then you cannot process things in therapy. ➡️You have a choice to get your stress system strong and push through the struggles in your life and in your career. ➡️And a lot more! Are you ready to learn all the tools needed to live a 911 lifestyle that can help you stay strong throughout your entire career? Then Coach Yourself To Be 911 Shift Strong! Sign up for the FREE TRAINING HERE ➡️ https://911lifestyle.com/coachyourselftobe911shiftstrongjoin If you want to learn more about the 911 Elite Performance Program before joining, Book A Call with Andi here! ➡️https://calendly.com/911lifestyle/25min?month=2022-06 Or connect with Andi Online! Learn more works of Andi at www.911lifestyle.com Follow Andi on LinkedIn Join the free Facebook Community - 911 Shift Ready Podcast
Heart-wrenching interview with chemist and 9/11 researcher Kevin Ryan who says additional research needed to pinpoint what's killing tens of thousands of 9/11 emergency responders isn't being funded because no one wants to "go there" and look further at evidence indicating that high-energy thermitic explosions are most likely causing the high death toll among first responders.
The finalists to become Seattle's next police chief made their case to the public in a televised interview Thursday. Those finalists are interim Seattle police chief Adrian Diaz, assistant Seattle chief Eric Greening, and Kevin Hall, assistant chief in Tucson, Arizona.
O Censo Demográfico 2022, uma realização do Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE), está sendo realizado em todo o Brasil desde agosto. O questionário aborda dados como: características do morador, sexo, idade e nível de escolaridade; estrutura da residência; saneamento básico existente e rendimento mensal. O resultado do Censo reflete a realidade dos municípios e do País como um todo, sendo que seus resultados contribuem para a tomada de decisão dos governos em todos os níveis, acerca dos serviços essenciais à população. A participação dos moradores é fundamental para o bom andamento do Censo. Em Lauro Müller, a maioria das pessoas tem colaborado com o trabalho dos recenseadores, porém uma parcela da população tem se negado a responder às perguntas alegando se tratar de intenções políticas. Durante entrevista ao Cruz de Malta Notícias desta quarta-feira, dia 14, a Supervisora do Censo 2022 na cidade de Lauro Müller, Keisy Bratti Goulart, explicou os objetivos do Censo, reforçou que todas as informações são sigilosas e lembrou da importância de responder de forma fidedigna ao questionário. Ouça abaixo a entrevista completa:
How blessed I was recently to meet Chef Dino Redzik. He serves up the finest meals along with an abundant helping of food for the soul. His personality fills the room, his joy radiating in all directions, and he inspires everyone caught in his light to go forth and do great things. I so enjoyed my time with him at Paul's On Times Square and I simply had to bring him aboard the podcast and share him with you. Have a seat at the table, his story is a feast for the spirit! ~ DelilahSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WU-607 Bainbridge Prepares: Emergency Medical Responders & the Community Response Team In our last in this six-part series about Bainbridge Prepares, we talk with four key players in the organization that lead and manage disaster response programs and teams that are ready and able to go in emergency situations. Executive Director for Bainbridge Prepares, Loren Best, Roxanne Corff, BI Medical Response Corps, Andrea Chymiy, Medical Reserve Corp and Victor Cheng, CERT Lead (Community Emergency Response Team) join us on What's Up Bainbridge to discuss these vital programs. For more information about Bainbridge Prepares, the Emergency Response Team, CERT and the Bainbridge Island Medical Reserve Corps, go to: https://bainbridgeprepares.org Credits: BCB host, Bob Ross; audio editor, Keith Doughty; publisher, Bob Ross
In episode 1329, Jack and Miles are joined by writer, comedian, and co-host of The Bechdel Cast, Caitlin Durante, to discuss… Herschel Walker Is Leading With Some of the Worst Takes Possible…, Denver's Pilot Program For Policing Alternative Appears To Be Working, Pumpkin Spice Has Officially Won and more! Herschel Walker Is Leading With Some of the Worst Takes Possible… Denver's Pilot Program For Policing Alternative Appears To Be Working The world's first ‘Pumpkin Spice Energy Drink' has arrived Pumpkin Spice Has Officially Won MARTHA STEWART PROCLAIMS PUMPKIN SPICE IS FOR ‘BASIC BITCHES ONLY' Martha Stewart Bared It All To Show Her Love For Pumpkin Spice LISTEN: Silk Rock feat. Lætitia Sadier by Haha Sounds CollectiveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host: Brandon Elliott @BrandonElliottInvestments | Guest Today: Dave Knight FREE LIVE CLASS Get 6 Figures Funding In 30 Days: https://crazycreditformula.com/ YOUR TRUE CREDIT REPORT: https://www.myscoreiq.com/get-fico-max.aspx?offercode=432121Z8 About Brandon Elliott: From getting house arrest and burning 40% of his body to reaching $3.5 million net worth and being a part of "Top 100 Yahoo Finance", Brandon Elliott is a testimonial that with perseverance, persistence, and faith- all things are possible. After the big explosion, Brandon saw this as a sign from God to look for a better path. Having to start from the bottom again, Brandon went on working various jobs. Day and night, he would work as a server at two different restaurants. Anywhere in between, Brandon did door-to-door sales for a real estate company. He quickly noticed how much the investors were making and had the "aha-moment" that investing was the only way out of the rat race. From then on, Brandon decided to learn everything he could on investing in real estate. He went into a rabbit hole, learning as much as he could from podcasts, youtube, all the books he could get his hands on, even seminars and saving as much as he can. In the process, Brandon sent out offers on a regular basis starting locally in San Diego but wasn't able to get any deals as he was competing with all cash buyers. Instead of giving up there, Brandon decided to broaden his horizon elsewhere... Within two years, in July 2015 Brandon purchased his first rental property in Ohio, then just months later a triplex. By May 2016, Brandon had 10 income producing properties that allowed him to quit his jobs... and the secret sauce that helped Brandon do so is inside CREDIT COUNSEL ELITE! Thanks to credit, Brandon had the capital to both purchase and remodel these properties. The reason why Brandon created Credit Counsel Elite is for you! Brandon witness first-hand what credit had did for his life. While real estate is the vehicle, credit is the tool that helped Brandon become financially free and create generational wealth while living the lifestyle he has always dreamed of- supporting his family, traveling the world, and giving back to the community! CREDIT COUNSEL ELITE is not another credit company, it is a FAMILY that believes in you and your dreams. Credit Counsel Elite is here to bridge the gap between your dream, lifestyle, and current or next investments through understanding credit and wealth generating strategies so that you can focus on what matters most. With Credit Counsel Elite, you will be able to get 6-figures of funding at 0% percent interest and learn life-changing skills like removing hard inquires, collections, even bankruptcies... just like Brandon and all of the countless successful students in Credit Counsel Elite. Don't let money be the reason you miss out on another opportunity, join the Credit Counsel Elite FAMILY today! ---------------------------- Connect with Brandon Elliott today: Instagram | Facebook | Website | Youtube | Podcast | Credit Repair | Credit Counsel Elite ---------------------------- How to Get Your Free Gift: Leave a Review on iTunes then take a screenshot. ** If you already left a review and took a screenshot, please send me a message Here **
Full Hour | In today's second hour, Dom Giordano leads off by telling of a local event coming up this weekend recognizing first responders, but included with EMTs, firefighters, and police officers are teachers, which Dom disagrees with. Dom explains his annoyance, telling that he truly doesn't believe teachers ‘responded' in the same way that the other three professions did during Coronavirus, asking why they are being grouped together with others. Then, Dom takes some callers on the topic, then switches over to a conversation on the topic of Catholicism, religion, and abortion, and the Democratic tactic to argue pro-abortion narratives. Then, Dom welcomes media critic Neal Zoren back onto the Dom Giordano Program to tell us what's worth watching on television. Today's conversation centered largely on the upcoming Emmy's, with Giordano revealing the contenders for Best Drama, and Neal explaining his frustration with the amount of awards given out to television performance. Also, Giordano and Zoren discuss host Kenan Thompson, with Neal predicting success for the longtime SNL regular. In addition, Zoren offers things to look forward to on television, including a network recommendation which is unusual for the critic, and Zoren grades the cable news coverage of the passing of Queen Elizabeth.
La práctica de recuperación puede ser nuestra mejor opción para ayudar a los estudiantes a aprender y retener información. Además de desempeñar un papel clave dentro del aula, la práctica de recuperación es posiblemente una de las formas más efectivas de revisar el material aprendido. La práctica de recuperación es una estrategia de aprendizaje que ha sido muy bien estudiada, con investigaciones que demuestran consistentemente su efectividad. ¿Pero exactamente lo hace tan efectivo? ¿Cuáles son los mecanismos subyacentes de la práctica de recuperación que ayuda a los estudiantes a aprender a un ritmo más rápido? ¿QUÉ ES LA PRÁCTICA DE RECUPERACIÓN? La práctica de recuperación es esencialmente el proceso de generar una respuesta a una pregunta. No solo permite a los estudiantes probar cuánto han retenido de una determinada información, sino que también ejercita su recuperación de la misma. La investigación ha demostrado que la práctica de recuperación no solo es una estrategia de aprendizaje altamente efectiva, sino que también sus efectos se pueden ver en muchas disciplinas diferentes, incluido el vocabulario, las matemáticas y las ciencias. Hay muchas maneras de integrar la práctica de recuperación de manera práctica, con estrategias que incluyen: 1. Uso de documentos anteriores 2. Realización de pruebas de opción múltiple 3. Uso de "flash cards" 4. Responder preguntas en voz alta 5. Escribir todo lo que recuerdas 6. Esbozando tu respuesta
En este episodio el crew habla sobre como los supermercados cambian todo de lugar, los spaces en twitter y otras plataformas, y al final se habla sobre la tiradera entre Cosculluela y Rene Calle 13. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/algopacontar/message
Glenn McConell chats with Professor Claude Bouchard about Genetics and exercise in health and performance. He recently retired at 82 yrs from the Louisiana State University Pennington Biomedical Research Center. He had made an amazing contribution with an H index of 191 and 173,000 citations!! (Google scholar). 0:00. Introduction 1:06. Got Covid19 then went flying fishing! 3:38. How got into genetics research 5:40. Working out the role of genetics before could measure DNA easily. Twins studies etc. 11:05. Using physiology to assist with the genomic pursuit 12:57. Complex traits are influenced by 100s to 1000s of variants. So complicated now that need all sorts of collaborators with different skills including bioinformatics, computational biology. 14:36. How got to the HERITAGE study. Twin studies etc. 18:15. Genetics re sedentary cardiorespiratory fitness and trainability. About 50% genetic contribution to both but no relation between your sedentary cardiorespiratory fitness and your trainability. Totally different set of genes regulating the two. Therefore don't include sedentary and active people in the same research group. 23:46. Genome, proteome, transcriptome and biology. Initial VO2 max based on genes regulating stroke volume/cardiac output etc. Training response based on genes regulating growth pathways. Totally different set of genes regulating the two. 27:49. Epigenetics and training responses. 29:49. Incredible changes in technologies over his career. He has needed to incorporate many different technologies and people with different skillsets over the years. At one stage he had 60 people in his lab! 32:58. High and low capacity runners (rodent studies). These studies support the human studies on the role of genetics in sedentary cardiorespiratory fitness and trainability. 36:56. Do very good endurance athletes start off high capacity runners? 40:03. “Responders” and “non responders” 41:30. Get out and exercise, don't blame your genes. Zero correlation between the trainability of VO2 max and the improvement in health profile. 42:28. Ability to improve health with ex unrelated to trainability Insulin sensitivity etc. 44:02. “Non responders” still see beneficial effects of exercise. Even non responders improve their submaximal exercise responses and their health, even though don't increase their VO2 max. Better to call them poor responders. 47:30. Variability of responses to exercise with cancer 51:50. Correlation between initial health and improvements in health with exercise? 53:31. Where's the field heading?
12:28 And one of the scribes came, and having heard them reasoning together, and perceiving that he had answered them well, asked him, Which is the first commandment of all? 12:29 And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: 12:30 And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment. 12:31 And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these. 12:32 And the scribe said unto him, Well, Master, thou hast said the truth: for there is one God; and there is none other but he: 12:33 And to love him with all the heart, and with all the understanding, and with all the soul, and with all the strength, and to love his neighbour as himself, is more than all whole burnt offerings and sacrifices. 12:34 And when Jesus saw that he answered discreetly, he said unto him, Thou art not far from the kingdom of God. And no man after that durst ask him any question.
The Community Foundation Northern Shenandoah Valley is hosting a "Community Stars Celebration" on 9/11 in a salute to local Firefighters and Emergency Medical Responders. The Foundation's Director, Nancy Silva, joins Barry on the podcast with all the proud details.
En el episodio de hoy vas a aprender las preguntas mas comunes que te hará un oficial de migración en un aeropuerto. Es muy útil que sepas estas preguntas y que tengas una idea clara de cómo responder y a eso te vamos a ayudar hoy. Conecta con nosotros: ▶▶ Une a nuestro grupo para practicar inglés en WHATSAPP: https://bit.ly/34VOPQ9 Visita nuestro Blog: WWW.ENGLISHWAYRD.COM para mas contenido. Descarga nuestra guía de conversación gratis: DESCARGA TU EBOOK AQUÍ: https://expert-artisan-3877.ck.page/4669e62644 Support the show
Chief Josh Adams is back to talk to Austin about the difficulties of planning for retirement from being a first responder as well as about the importance of sleep, rest, and recharging (and how difficult it can be).
London Marathon Milestone 4: Food – Taper - Motivation Introduction: In this FOURTH episode of our London Marathon Milestone series, we discuss the foods and fluids to INCLUDE and the ones to consider REMOVING from the diet from now until after race day to support health and strength for the BIG day! We also emphasise the importance of a STRICT and CONSISTENT taper in the weeks leading up to the London Marathon. This is an area of training that is often neglected by runners; however it has been shown to support overall running performance. This episode concludes with some motivational quotes from well-known athletes including: Mo Farah, Usain Bolt, and Scott Jurek to help maintain motivation as the BIG event draws near! SHOW NOTES (03:34) Focusing on foods to consume in the diet from now until race day. Considerations include: Healthy, nutritious and balanced everyday dietary foods and nutrient choices Choosing only foods that DO NOT cause digestive issues Choosing snacks for training that are natural and easy to carry Including complex carbohydrate foods at each meal (10:42) Focusing on fluids to avoid in the diet from now until race day. Considerations include: Removing alcohol from the diet for at least two weeks before the event Alcohol is known to negatively impact running performance in several ways Consider Kombucha as an alternative to alcohol Caffeine MAY affect performance in some runners Figure out if you are a fast or slow metaboliser of caffeine (26:50) Outlining the definition of TAPERING before moving on to explore its importance in training and different recognised approaches to the Taper. Highlights include: An outline of the various approaches to the Taper i.e. the frequency, volume and intensity of training during this period Nutritional approaches during the Taper period e.g. carbohydrate intake, anti-inflammatory foods (40:03) Some inspiring and motivational quotes to help maintain everyone's MOJO spoken by famous athletes including: “The miracle isn't that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start.” – John Bingham “Don't dream of winning…train for it” – Mo Farah “When you run the marathon, you run against the distance, not against the other runners and not against the time.” – Haile Gebrselassie “Don't think about the start of the race, think about the ending.” – Usain Bolt “The reward of running—of anything—lies within us.” ― Scott (54:13) KEY TAKEAWAYS Now is the time to ensure your diet is free of any foods that cause digestive irritation and try not to introduce any new foods at this time and up until after the marathon We would recommend you omit alcohol from your routine until after the marathon as it may lead to both physical and psychological effects that could have a detrimental effect on your running performance Remember that with caffeine; some people may be RESPONDERS (fast metabolisers)…therefore can use it to their advantage in training and events…others may be NON-RESPONDERS,(slow metabolisers) therefore it could be detrimental to their running performance. Which one are YOU?? Tapering is an important part of your training and that carefully controlled tapering could lead to significant performance benefits for athletes including runners During the taper it is thought that runners may be at increased risk of illness and injury so it is a time to focus on supporting your immune system nutritionally. Some nutrients to consider include: Vitamin D, polyphenols, Antioxidants and Beta-Glucans Finally….remember that positive affirmations are thought to help reshape our self-identity and our beliefs about what we can and cannot do. And when we change our beliefs, our actions follow. So, choosing 2-3 of the inspirational quotes we read out today and reading them daily may help keep you mentally and physically strong and motivated up until and during race day. RELATED TOPICS...
¡Hola familia!¡Bienvenidos de nuevo! Este es el día 11 de nuestra Novena de 54 días.Si han enviado su petición de oración a través del correo electrónico, por favor sepan que estoy rezando por sus intenciones. Leí sus correos s y guardé sus nombres, para poder mencionarlos en el podcast. Responderé a su correo electrónico y les haré saber qué día se mencionará su nombre.Los invito a nuestro Rosario en Vivo este sábado a las 7 am hora del Pacífico. Comenzaremos con las presentaciones, seguidas de la oración del Rosario en varios idiomas. Por favor, regístrense; el enlace aparecerá en las notas del programa.Día 11; Misterios Dolorosos en PeticiónHoy día 11, rezaremos los Misterios Dolorosos en petición. Madre, Reina del Santísimo Rosario, te pedimos que intercedas por nuestras peticiones y nos acerques al Sagrado Corazón de Jesús.Madre Santísima, te pedimos por las intenciones de todos los que rezan junto a este podcast.Te pedimos por las intenciones recibidas por correo electrónico, Instagram y YouTube,Y rezamos por las intenciones de: Donna, Anna, Rojna, Pamela, Daniel, Megan, Christia, Pio, Diana, Susie, Krista, Ben, Reina, Robbie, Isabel, Donna, Barbara, Sherri, Karlita, Raquel, Albert, Gio, Gisela, Giancarlo, Linda, Maureen, Jennifer, Felipe, Mary Kay, Dani, Elizabeth, Faye, Amy, Ana, Kyra, Mireya, Meli, Claire, Liz, Becky, y Anastasia.Con amor,Maritza MendezPágina webhttps://www.54daysofroses.com/Venmohttps://account.venmo.com/u/Novena54DaysofRosesCreación de Contenido y Diseño Webhttps://lillywriteshere.com/Audiohttps://luisaperez238.wixsite.com/portafolioApoya el Podcasthttps://www.54daysofroses.com/supportSupport the show
Dr. John Lott, President Crime Prevention Research Center. Crime research dot org. Latest Book: Gun Control Myths: How politicians, the media, and botched "studies" have twisted the facts on gun control. How the FBI Undercounts Armed Citizen Responders to Mass Killers - and Media Play Along
Scott Jagow joins the MCMS to tell us what's going on "In Other News!" Today's stories include a monkey that decided to call 911 from a zoo, a man that was punched so hard that he died over messing up a customers order, and the man that was made famous from his TikTok skating while drinking cranberry juice has a new show.
Today on the Richard Syrett Show: Rebel News Reporter Tamara Ugolini attempts to answer if Health Canada weighed the risk vs. benefit of the COVID vaccines for minors before authorization. caWsbar member Mia Ashton. Ruth Gaskovski, the Homeschooling Advisor, on the importance of a classic vocabulary. Franco Terrazzano National Director of The Canadian Taxpayers Federation, on his recent interview with Pierre Poilievre. President of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms John Carpay speaks on a report suggesting Canada's Digital ID plans “uncomfortably close” to Chinese social credit. American economist, political commentator, and President of Crime Research John Lott on the FBI undercounting armed citizen responders to mass killers - and how the media plays along. And Jacob Goldbach, co-host of "The Swing" on Sauga 960 AM, talks about the Toronto Blue Jays' recent struggles.
Download my new and improved brain detox app here: https://neurocycle.app SHOW DESCRIPTION: Think of the last time you had an argument and how it made you feel, both physically and mentally. Pretty bad, right? Well, it is not all just in your head! Unresolved arguments can be harmful to your health, and can potentially decrease your longevity! In this podcast I talk about the importance of resolving arguments, and the incredibly beneficial impact this can have on your wellbeing and quality of life. Sign up to Patreon to get access to the full video and audio recording add-free, exclusive downloads, live Q&As, and more. Read the show blog here: https://drleaf.com/blogs/news/how-to-become-a-responder-not-a-reactor-how-arguments-affect-your-dna-how-to-use-mind-management-to-resolve-an-argument OFFERS FROM OUR SPONSORS: -BiOptimizer's Magnesium: For an exclusive offer for my listeners go to http://www.magbreakthrough.com/leaf and use DRLEAF10 during checkout to save 10% on your order. -Apollo Neuroscience: Want to improve your sleep, relaxation, focus, recovery, and mindfulness habits? Try Apollo today! Get $35 off the Apollo wearable at apolloneuro.com/drleaf. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: 3:30 What the blister study tells us about arguments 5:00 Arguments impact how we function physically & mentally 5:35 How resolving arguments can improve our emotional health 8:36 Why agreeing to disagree can be a good thing 9:10 How your experience of an argument changes your brain and biology 10:08 How arguments affect your DNA and cellular health 10:34 Unresolved arguments can impact your immune system! 12:00 How to use mind management to resolve an argument and improve your mental and physical health 16:00 Why resolving arguments improves overall health and wellbeing 24:26 How avoiding an argument or resolving an issue can make you anxious 26:10 How self-regulated mind management can help you become a responder instead of a reactor ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: -Get my new book Cleaning up Your Mental Mess here: https://www.cleaningupyourmentalmess.com -Get a free Cleaning up Your Mental Mess workbook when you subscribe to my weekly email at drleaf.com! -Visit my website at https://drleaf.com for more free resources -Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/- -Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf -Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf -Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drcarolineleaf *DISCLAIMER: This podcast and blog are for educational purposes only and are not intended as medical advice. We always encourage each person to make the decision that seems best for their situation with the guidance of a medical professional.
‘El barabarito Rebelde' se fue pa' España y según su ex Natalia Subtil no le pasa feria para la manutención de su pequeña hija. Sergio Mayer, el papá - actor - y ahora precandidato presidencial, fue contundente y le dio una recomendación a su Jr. ¡Esto dijo!¡Las noticias del espectáculo más perronas en el Bonuscast del Podcast del Show de Raul Brindis!
Dr. John Lott, President Crime Prevention Research Center. Crime research dot org. Latest Book: Gun Control Myths: How politicians, the media, and botched "studies" have twisted the facts on gun control. How the FBI Undercounts Armed Citizen Responders to Mass Killers -- and Media Play Along
Truth has a new guest Drew Breasy (Former Cop) Was Uvalde Police Response Cowardice or just a Communication Failure?All I can preface is… this was our most contentious show ever, and might be our last for a while. This was not something we are proud of, but it's worth a listen.For episode 106, retired Lieutenant with the Hillsboro County Sheriff's office for 29 years, Andrew Baxter AKA Drew Breasy joins us tonight. Drew started his career in the communications center as a 911 Operator and dispatcher whom he refers to as, "The first first Responders".Drew has served as a detective, a supervisor in undercover narcotics, information handling, wire taps and more!Drew does his research and digs into the details. He's covered the Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie case, Breonna Taylor, Jacob Blake and now the shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde TX.In addition to all of this Drew also serves as the Director of Public Affairs for Team South Florida which is 501C3 non-profit charity honoring fallen officers and supporting their families.He comes from a place of good intention and healing. His goal in what he does is to give a voice to those who don't have one.We got another week and a new episode of Truth Will Set You Free!Tonight's Topics:Well… this was the plan-Parkland Trial (is it even happening?)UvaldeIndiana Mall ShootingVax's we need to talk about it if we can!All we talked about was Uvalde, and it got ugly, and not in a good way. Follow Drew!Instagram: drew_breasyFacebook: Drew Breasy Uncuffedhttps://youtube.com/c/DrewBreasylinktr.ee/Drew BreasyLinkedIn: Andrew BaxterTeam south Florida www.teamsouthFlorida.org
Today, I have a solo episode for you! I am talking about community, specifically why it is important for women to be in a community with one another. My Facebook group has grown to over 10,000 members and on any given day you can see the magic that happens when women support one another. When you are surrounded by other women in similar situations it opens up space to share our experiences, struggles and wins. Ultimately, when women join together in a community we begin to own our collective power. In this episode I talk about: The impact women in community have on men The work of victims is to get to a place of feeling strong enough and empowered enough to be able to walk away Our true power lies in our connection to other women Resources & Links:Links and information may also be found at: https://kateanthony.com/podcast/solo-episode-the-power-of-community-grit-and-grace Get on the list to be notified about Grit & Grace! Why Women Need a Tribe, by Tanja Taljaard and Azriel Re'Shel Mothering Heights with Leonora Pitts Better Than Before: What I Learned About Making and Breaking Habits - to Sleep More, Quit Sugar, Procrastinate Less, and Generally Build a Happier Life, with Gretchen Rubin THE M3ND PROJECT The M3ND Project's mission is to bring clarity and validation to victims and survivors and to provide tools and resources for those who are responding to abuse. Annette Oltmans founded The M3ND Project coming out of her own experience as a survivor of emotional abuse and double abuse and after years of researching academic materials and personally interviewing hundreds of abuse survivors, therapists, and faith leaders. M3ND does this by providing various educational resources and training courses. The M3ND Project has three courses available: One for Victims and Survivors, One for Responders and Advocates, and The 3rd for Therapists seeking CEUs. The M3ND Project's Comprehensive Training Curriculum provides deep instruction on psychological abuse, double abuse, complex trauma, how to identify your own trauma and whether you are being abused, and the best protocols for responding to victims and those who cause harm. For course details and to register visit: https://kateanthony.com/mend JOIN THE SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO FACEBOOK GROUP