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    The Team House
    Senior CIA Officer Who Ran The Paramilitary Program in Afghanistan | Milt Bearden | Ep. 158

    The Team House

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 68:31


    A landmark collaboration between a thirty-year veteran of the CIA and a Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist, The Main Enemy is the dramatic inside story of the CIA-KGB spy wars, told through the actions of the men who fought them.Based on hundreds of interviews with operatives from both sides, The Main Enemy puts us inside the heads of CIA officers as they dodge surveillance and walk into violent ambushes in Moscow. This is the story of the generation of spies who came of age in the shadow of the Cuban missile crisis and rose through the ranks to run the CIA and KGB in the last days of the Cold War. The clandestine operations they masterminded took them from the sewers of Moscow to the back streets of Baghdad, from Cairo and Havana to Prague and Berlin, but the action centers on Washington, starting in the infamous "Year of the Spy"—when, one by one, the CIA's agents in Moscow began to be killed, up through to the very last man.Behind the scenes with the CIA's covert operations in Afghanistan, Milt Bearden led America to victory in the secret war against the Soviets, and for the first time he reveals here what he did and whom America backed, and why. Bearden was called back to Washington after the Soviets withdrew from Afghanistan and was made chief of the Soviet/East Euro-pean Division—just in time to witness the fall of the Berlin Wall, the revolutions that swept across Eastern Europe, and the implosion of the Soviet Union.Laced with startling revelations—about fail-safe top-secret back channels between the CIA and KGB, double and triple agents, covert operations in Berlin and Prague, and the fateful autumn of 1989—The Main Enemy is history at its action-packed best.Grab the book here:https://www.amazon.com/Main-Enemy-Inside-Story-Showdown/dp/0345472500Today's Sponsors:Mad Rabbit Tattoohttps://www.MADRABBIT.com/teamThey've preserved over 1.5 MILLION tattoos and right now, they've got an exclusive offer just for The Team house Project listeners. If you go to MadRabbit.com/team and use promo code Team you'll receive 25% off. Take care of those tats!

    Principled
    Listen again | How can we make DEI matter to everyone?

    Principled

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 32:00


    What you'll learn in this podcast episode Can we make diversity matter to everyone? If so, how can we overcome resistance to dealing with tough topics like racism and gender equality and really change people's behavior? In this episode of the Principled Podcast, host Jen Uner talks with Senior Instructional Designer Felicity Duncan about a new LRN learning model and how it can drive behavior change to support diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. Listen in as the two discuss effective DEI training as well as Felicity's recent work on the new LRN DEI Program, a comprehensive learning campaign that includes a range of essential microlearning assets.   Additional resources: LRN's DEI Program provides companies with a multi-faceted training solution—a ready-to-deploy learning campaign with curriculums, asset packs, and customizable courses, plus the option to add bespoke content, learner experiences, and communications campaigns developed in association with LRN's E&C experts. You can preview some of our most popular course content (just one piece of this program!) by clicking here.    Featured guest: Felicity Duncan, Ph.D. Dr. Felicity Duncan, Senior instructional designer, believes that training and communication interventions have the power to transform behavior, including driving people toward more ethical treatment of those around them. Felicity graduated with a Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Pennsylvania. After teaching at the college level for several years, she transitioned to workplace education to have a bigger impact on working adults by providing them with the training they need to truly thrive in their roles. At LRN, she is focused on developing high-impact, behaviorally focused content for the LRN Library. Her most recent project saw her working with the Library team to create a powerful new DEI Program that includes not only LRN's world-class Inspire courses but also a set of microlearning assets designed to support, reinforce, and guide behavior change.   Featured Host: Jen Uner Jen Uner is the Strategic Communications Director for LRN, where she captains programs for both internal and external audiences. She has an insatiable curiosity and an overdeveloped sense of right and wrong which she challenges each day through her study of ethics, compliance, and the value of values-based behavior in corporate governance. Prior to joining LRN, Jen led marketing communications for innovative technology companies operating in Europe and the US, and for media and marketplaces in California. She has won recognition for her work in brand development and experiential design, earned placements in leading news publications, and hosted a closing bell ceremony of the NASDAQ in honor of the California fashion industry as founder of the LA Fashion Awards. Jen holds a B.A. degree from Claremont McKenna College.  

    The Ramie Show
    Greg Bishop - Packers/NFC North 2022 preview & more

    The Ramie Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 14:02


    Senior writer for Sports Illustrated, Greg Bishop joined Scott Grodsky on The Afternoon Show to discuss Albert Breer's SI cover story on Aaron Rodgers, preview the 2022 season for Green Bay & more!

    MINDBODYSOUL365
    James Hergott, Founder of "Radical Body Transformations" - a multi-season Amazon Prime show and fitness movement

    MINDBODYSOUL365

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 82:16


    Founder of "Radical Body Transformations" - a multi-season Amazon Prime show and fitness movement.   Senior producer at Radical Body TransformationsCEO & President at Hergott Productions, IncStudied Philosophy at York UniversityWent to St. Mary's Secondary SchoolLives in Whitby, OntarioFrom Cobourg, OntarioFB- JAMES HERGOTTIG- RADICALBODYTRANSFORMATIONS ATHLETICGREENS AG1 IS A ALL IN ONE SUPPLEMENT WITH OVER 75 IMPORTANT NURTRITIONAL INGREDIANSTSBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

    FloWrestling Radio Live
    FRL - 824: Tiers For Fears: 197-pounds. USA vs Iran At Worlds

    FloWrestling Radio Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 50:22 Very Popular


    The guys look at 197-pound tiers and break down some of the matchups between Iran and USA at U20 worlds and Senior Worlds. (00:00) Ben is in Illinois, JD is in Bulgaria, CP & Kozak are remote…buckle up (01:58) Bo Nickal destroyed someone in his 2nd pro-fight - what's the MMA path for him? (10:00) Tyler Berger to PRTC  (14:27) Retirement of G'Angelo Hancock, Braxton Amos to fill in at 97kg (16:50) P90x Talk - Muscle confusion (22:40) 197 Tiers talk - Is Max Dean on his own island? (34:40) U20 worlds talk - Nick Feldman has a Monster Iranian in his weight (38:45) Senior worlds talk - Iran and USA will have a showdown for the team race

    Sharp & Benning
    August 11 Seg 12 Brian Edwards Senior Handicapper at VegasInsider.com

    Sharp & Benning

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 11:53


    Insurance AUM Journal
    Senior Secured Middle Market Lending - A Credit-Focused Approach for Insurers

    Insurance AUM Journal

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 23:10


    The flow of funds to private assets is undeniable in the insurance space. We are talking today about private debt, and more specifically, senior secured sponsored middle market lending. And we're joined by Kevin Marchetti, founding partner and chief risk officer at Varagon Capital.

    Happy Market Research Podcast
    Ep. 564 – Transitioning Into a new Career with Joe Mulvaney, Senior Vice President of NA for Qualitative at Schlesinger Group

    Happy Market Research Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 12:58


    Today I'm joined by Joe Mulvaney, Senior Vice President of NA for Qualitative at Schlesinger Group.  Schlesinger Group is a technology-led data company that delivers a broad range of qualitative and quantitative research solutions to connect human answers to business questions as a single point of access to your worldwide audiences.  Prior to starting joining Schlesinger, Joe founded Quotus, a research operations company. He also served as Senior Vice President of Operations at Ipsos and Sr. Manager - Competitive Intelligence at Procter & Gamble.  Additionally, he is a Mentor and Entrepreneur in Residence at Cedarville University.  Find Joe Online: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-mulvaney-61583b8/ Schlesinger Group: https://www.schlesingergroup.com/en/  Find Jamin Online: Email: jamin@happymr.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jaminbrazilTwitter: www.twitter.com/jaminbrazil  Find Us Online:  Twitter: www.twitter.com/happymrxp LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/happymarketresearch Facebook: www.facebook.com/happymrxp Website: www.happymr.com  Music:  “Clap Along” by Auditionauti: https://audionautix.com  This Episode is Sponsored by: The Michigan State University's Master of Science in Marketing Research Program delivers the #1 ranked insights and analytics graduate degree in three formats:  Full-time on campus Full-time online Part-time online NEW FOR 2022:  If you can't commit to their full degree program, simply begin with one of their 3-course certificates: Insights Design or Insights Analysis.  In addition to the certification, all the courses you complete will build toward your graduation. If you are looking to achieve your full potential, check out MSMU's programs at: broad.msu.edu/marketing. HubUX is a research operation platform for private panel management, qualitative automation including video audition questions, and surveys. For a limited time, user seats are free. If you'd like to learn more or create your own account, visit hubux.com. [00:00:00] Jamin Brazil: Hey everybody. This is Jamin. Today, we are joined by Joe Mulvaney. Senior vice president of North America for qualitative at Schlesinger Group. Schlesinger Group, as all of you know, is a technology led data company that delivers a broad range of qualitative and quantitative research solutions to connect human answers to business questions. Prior to joining Schlesinger, Joe founded Quotus, which is a research operations company. He's also served as senior vice president of operations and Ipsos, and senior manager of competitive intelligence at Proctor & Gamble. Additionally, and this one is near and dear to my heart, he is a mentor and entrepreneur residence at Cedarville University. Joe, welcome to the podcast. [00:00:49] Joe Mulvaney: Thank you, Jamin. Happy to be here. [00:00:53] Jamin Brazil: The Michigan State University's Master of Science in marketing research program, delivers the number one ranked insights and analytics degree in three formats. Full time on campus, full time online, and part time online. New for 2022. If you can't commit to their full degree program, simply begin with one of their three course certifications. Insights design, or insights analysis. In addition to the certification, all the courses you complete will build toward your graduation. If you are looking to achieve your full potential, check out MSU program at broad. msu. edu/marketing. Again, broad. msu. edu/marketing. HubUX is a research operations platform for private panel management, qualitative automation including video addition questions and surveys. For a limited time, user seats are free. If you'd like to learn more or create your own account, visit HubUX.com. It is an honor to have you. I saw your note on LinkedIn or your update on LinkedIn regarding your transition to Schlesinger I want to say about a month ago. I thought that was so interesting. That you as a founder,

    Lockheed Martin Space Makers
    We Mean Business, pt. 2: Pioneering the New Space Economy

    Lockheed Martin Space Makers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 31:52


    Show Notes:Article: Intelligent Life: How AI is Advancing the Future of SpaceCredits:Space Makers is a production of Lockheed Martin Space.It's executive produced by Pavan Desai.Senior Producer is Natalia Oleksik.Senior producer, writer, and host is Ben Dinsmore.Sound design and audio mastered by Julian Giraldo.Graphic Design by Tim Roesch.Marketing and recruiting by Joe Portnoy, Shannon Myers, Mallory Richardson, and Stephanie Dixon.A huge thanks to all the communication professionals at Lockheed Martin who helped make these stories possible. Thanks for joining us and see you next time.

    WILDsound: The Film Podcast
    August 9, 2022 - Screenwriter Matthew Nicholson (SENIOR DITCH DAY)

    WILDsound: The Film Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022


    Interview with screenwriter Matthew Nicholson, followed by the audio version reading of his winning script “Senior Ditch Day.” Watch the Screenplay Movie: https://youtu.be/RaTXMbl-bZo An elderly woman plans an escape from her nursing home to keep a promise to her late husband during a once-in-a-lifetime meteorological event. Matthew Nicholson is an editor/writer based in New York City. He has worked as a researcher for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and a stage manager for theatrical award shows on Broadway. For the last eight years, Matt worked with Star Trek's George Takei on his social media and video teams as well as the managing editor for GeorgeTakei.com. Matt has also contributed to social campaigns for Alyssa Milano, Hillary Clinton, Nissan, Pluto TV, and Stonewall Inn. Film playing on the Film Festival Streaming service today. You can sign up for the 7 day free trial at www.wildsound.ca (available on your streaming services and APPS). There is a DAILY film festival to watch, plus a selection of award winning films on the platform. Then it's only $3.99 per month. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod

    20 Minute Leaders
    Ep880: Nina Rauch | Senior Social Impact Lead, Lemonade

    20 Minute Leaders

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 20:53


    At age 16, I founded a breast cancer charity in memory of my late mother - that sparked my passion for social impact, and making a dent in our universe. My campaign has since raised over $500,000 (including $48,000 in under an hour), and spread nationwide. In 2018, I joined insuretech Lemonade to lead Social Impact and ESG. I have distributed over $4M in donations to our 100 partners organizations and our impact has grown 4,232% higher. I was named one of the 100 women to watch by Barclays, and have written for the Telegraph, Guardian and Forbes.

    The Joe Piscopo Show
    7 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 8-10-22

    The Joe Piscopo Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 53:06


    Hogan Gidley, Former National Press Secretary for the Trump campaign, former White House Deputy Press Secretary, and a Newsmax contributor  Topic: FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago and how it will impact Donald TrumpJosh Kraushaar, Senior political correspondent for AxiosTopic: Primary resultsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Newshour
    Senior Republicans condemn Mar a Lago search

    Newshour

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 48:57


    Senior US Republicans have condemned the FBI's search of Donald Trump's Florida home on Monday, calling it "an abuse of power". We ask what it takes for the FBI to carry out a search - and what they might have been looking for. Also in the programme: Russia has played down a series of explosions at a military airfield in Crimea, but could this be the beginning of a major Ukrainian offensive? And how heat and drought this year are affecting countries like never before - we hear from Iraq, from Panama, and from France. (Image: A Trump supporter protests near the Trump National Golf Club after former U.S. President Donald Trump said that FBI agents raided his Mar-a-Lago Palm Beach home / Eduardo Munoz)

    Today in Focus
    What next for al-Qaida after the killing of al-Zawahiri?

    Today in Focus

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 26:06


    Senior international affairs correspondent Emma Graham-Harrison and Africa correspondent Jason Burke explore what the killing of al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri will mean for the terrorist group and its future in Afghanistan. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus

    Liberty Dispatch
    Episode 139 - The Elites are Using Your Money to Get Rich and Squash Your Freedoms

    Liberty Dispatch

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 56:49


    Liberty Dispatch ~ August 9, 2022 The ruling elites play by their own rules. In this episode, Matty and Andrew dig deep into the perversity of the fact that our ruling elites are laughing at us, confiscating our hard-earned money, and then paying themselves and their friends.    Weekend Review: 1. ArriveCan extends its very unwelcome stay: thepostmillennial.com/arrivecan-features-expanding-to-more-canadian-airports www.youtube.com/embed/RhRrIUYa-p4 Video - rumble.com/v1f3syl-cbsa-announces-some-improvements-to-dire-situation-at-airports...-but-no-en.html   2. UK studies show multiple boosters do serious and fatal damage: brightlightnews.com/top-stories-friday-aug-4-2022-inc-lower-unvaccinated-deaths-in-every-single-age-category-in-england; www.theepochtimes.com/covid-19-vaccines-hinder-the-immune-system-lead-to-more-severe-illness-dr-robert-malone_4627115.html; Video - www.theepochtimes.com/vaccines-are-destroying-peoples-immunity-through-immune-imprinting-dr-robert-malone_4610641.html;   3. The Legacy Media defends Justin Trudeau's "much-needed" vacation tnc.news/2022/08/05/the-legacy-media-defends-trudeaus-well-deserved-vacation; Video - www.youtube.com/embed/MUP9cS-03Qo;   4. Senior arrested for not wearing a mask on flight: www.rebelnews.com/76_year_old_man_arrested_because_his_mask_slid_down_as_he_slept_on_westjet_flight; Video - rumble.com/c/RebelNews;   [Story 1]: Government Lackies Get COVID Pay Raises: Deena Hinshaw pay bonus:  https://tnc.news/2022/08/06/ab-roundup-hinshaw2; https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/alberta-hinshaw-pay-bonus-2021-1.6536845;  Teresa Tam's salary increase: https://www.westernstandard.news/news/theresa-tam-receives-a-22-pay-raise/article_c6895692-f2f9-11ec-bbb3-ef37ebd498a2.html; CBC Covid bonus: https://tnc.news/2022/07/25/cbc-bonuses-covid; [Story 2]: The Feds Reckless Spending Threatens to Undo Canada: https://tnc.news/2022/08/06/budget-2041; https://www.taxpayer.com/media/Federal-Budget-Report-CTF-2022.pdf; https://www.ourcommons.ca/Content/Committee/441/FINA/Brief/BR11542897/br-external/CanadianTaxPayersFederation-e.pdf.   Sick of Mainstream Media Lies? Please Support us in bringing you real, truthful reporting and analysis from a Christian perspective. Subscribe to our various shows: LIBERTY DISPATCH PODCAST: https://libertydispatch.podbean.com OPEN MIKE WITH MICHAEL THIESSEN: https://openmikewithmichaelthiessen.podbean.com THE LIBERTY LOUNGE WITH TIM TYSOE: https://rumble.com/c/c-1639185  Stay up-to-date on all things LCC: Gab: https://gab.com/libertycoalitioncanada Telegram: https://t.me/libertycoalitioncanadanews Instagram: https://instagram.com/libertycoalitioncanada Facebook: https://facebook.com/LibertyCoalitionCanada Twitter: @LibertyCCanada - https://twitter.com/LibertyCCanada Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/LibertyCoalitionCanada YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLb1yNIeJ-2bSuHRW4oftRQ Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW and SHARE it with others!

    CrossPolitic Studios
    The Elites are Using our Funds to Squash our Freedoms. [Liberty Dispatch]

    CrossPolitic Studios

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 56:46


    Liberty Dispatch ~ August 9, 2022 The ruling elites play by their own rules. In this episode, Matty and Andrew dig deep into the perversity of the fact that our ruling elites are laughing at us, confiscating our hard-earned money, and then paying themselves and their friends. Weekend Review: 1. ArriveCan extends its very unwelcome stay: thepostmillennial.com/arrivecan-features-expanding-to-more-canadian-airports www.youtube.com/embed/RhRrIUYa-p4 Video - rumble.com/v1f3syl-cbsa-announces-some-improvements-to-dire-situation-at-airports...-but-no-en.html 2. UK studies show multiple boosters do serious and fatal damage: brightlightnews.com/top-stories-friday-aug-4-2022-inc-lower-unvaccinated-deaths-in-every-single-age-category-in-england; www.theepochtimes.com/covid-19-vaccines-hinder-the-immune-system-lead-to-more-severe-illness-dr-robert-malone_4627115.html; Video - www.theepochtimes.com/vaccines-are-destroying-peoples-immunity-through-immune-imprinting-dr-robert-malone_4610641.html; 3. The Legacy Media defends Justin Trudeau's "much-needed" vacation tnc.news/2022/08/05/the-legacy-media-defends-trudeaus-well-deserved-vacation; Video - www.youtube.com/embed/MUP9cS-03Qo; 4. Senior arrested for not wearing a mask on flight: www.rebelnews.com/76_year_old_man_arrested_because_his_mask_slid_down_as_he_slept_on_westjet_flight; Video - rumble.com/c/RebelNews; [Story 1]: Government Lackies Get COVID Pay Raises: Deena Hinshaw pay bonus: https://tnc.news/2022/08/06/ab-roundup-hinshaw2; https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/alberta-hinshaw-pay-bonus-2021-1.6536845; Teresa Tam's salary increase: https://www.westernstandard.news/news/theresa-tam-receives-a-22-pay-raise/article_c6895692-f2f9-11ec-bbb3-ef37ebd498a2.html; CBC Covid bonus: https://tnc.news/2022/07/25/cbc-bonuses-covid; [Story 2]: The Feds Reckless Spending Threatens to Undo Canada: https://tnc.news/2022/08/06/budget-2041; https://www.taxpayer.com/media/Federal-Budget-Report-CTF-2022.pdf; https://www.ourcommons.ca/Content/Committee/441/FINA/Brief/BR11542897/br-external/CanadianTaxPayersFederation-e.pdf. Sick of Mainstream Media Lies? Please Support us in bringing you real, truthful reporting and analysis from a Christian perspective.Subscribe to our various shows:LIBERTY DISPATCH PODCAST: https://libertydispatch.podbean.com OPEN MIKE WITH MICHAEL THIESSEN: https://openmikewithmichaelthiessen.podbean.com THE LIBERTY LOUNGE WITH TIM TYSOE: https://rumble.com/c/c-1639185 Stay up-to-date on all things LCC: Gab: https://gab.com/libertycoalitioncanada Telegram: https://t.me/libertycoalitioncanadanews Instagram: https://instagram.com/libertycoalitioncanada Facebook: https://facebook.com/LibertyCoalitionCanada Twitter: @LibertyCCanada - https://twitter.com/LibertyCCanada Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/LibertyCoalitionCanada YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLb1yNIeJ-2bSuHRW4oftRQ Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW and SHARE it with others!

    Locked On SEC Football
    The Leadership Secrets of Nick Saban with John Talty, When Will Saban Retire?, 2022 SEC Contenders

    Locked On SEC Football

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 31:27


    On today's show, we catch up with AL.com Senior sports editor and SEC Insider John Talty, as we discuss his new book "The Leadership Secrets of Nick Saban" which is out now. We discuss some of the inside stories of Saban's success throughout his coaching career, and some of the other aspects of the book which appeal to all SEC fans, not just Alabama. Also, when is Saban going to retire? In addition, we discuss John's thoughts on the SEC contenders this season, and how things can play out, particularly in that Alabama vs Texas A&M game. Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisGordy and @LockedOnSEC Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Post Reports
    How a prisoner swap for Brittney Griner could happen

    Post Reports

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 27:56 Very Popular


    What we know about the often clandestine operation of how countries trade prisoners, and what that means for WNBA star Brittney Griner. And Jason Rezaian weighs the U.S. response to hostage-taking by hostile governments. Read more:With the sentencing of Brittney Griner last week, the clock started ticking on potential U.S. negotiations with Russia to secure the release of the WNBA star and another American, security consultant Paul Whelan. But how do prisoner swaps actually work? What are the considerations both countries have to weigh before agreeing? And what happens after a deal is made? Senior national security correspondent Karen DeYoung breaks down the ins and outs of prisoner swaps. Also, Post Opinions writer Jason Rezaian – who was released as part of a prisoner swap after spending 544 days in an Iranian prison – talks about the growing problem of Americans being taken hostage by hostile governments and what to expect in the Griner case. “I'm asked often if I'm for or against these kinds of exchanges,” he said. “My answer is, that's not the right question. The right question is … ‘What are we doing to deter hostage-taking in the first place?'”

    Pickleball Fire Podcast
    176: 3 Tips for how to Speed Recovery after Playing Pickleball with Senior Pro Tim Ringgold

    Pickleball Fire Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 30:12


    If you play a lot of Pickleball, you will want to listen to this podcast. Senior pro Tim Ringgold explains how to recover faster after playing and what to do on your days off from the game.

    GAA on Off The Ball
    Kilkenny triumph over Cork | All-Ireland Senior Camogie final reaction | 'Cork are a team in transition too!' | Sarah O'Donovan

    GAA on Off The Ball

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 23:38


    Former Cork and Dublin camogie player, Sarah O'Donovan, joins Joe Molloy to review last Sunday's All-Ireland Senior Camogie final between Kilkenny and Cork.

    Through the Lens
    Senior Parents of the Class of 2023: This Episode is For You!

    Through the Lens

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 25:23


    Many of you across the nation are experiencing yet another year of the first day of school or at least preparing for it! For some of you it is the "last" first day. Today, I am talking to the parents of the class of 2023! Even if you have already been through a senior year, chances are you have forgotten about all the overwhelm senior year can bring. I am here to help you get organized and save you some stress by being ahead of the game and knowing what to expect for your childs senior year of high school! Added bonus!! Click the link below to download a senior year checklist! Don't worry, I got You!! Get Your Senior Checklist Here!! Ready to book your senior's photo session? Click Here!!

    Consejero de bolsillo, Infonavit para ti.
    Episodio 44: Qué considerar si vas a comprar un terreno

    Consejero de bolsillo, Infonavit para ti.

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 11:09


    De acuerdo con datos de la Encuesta Nacional de Vivienda 2020, de las 23.9 millones de viviendas propias en México, 57% fueron hechas por autoconstrucción. Una gran cantidad de mexicanos opta por este esquema para hacerse de su vivienda, a su gusto y de acuerdo con sus posibilidades. Si este es tu caso, es importante que tomes en cuenta algunos aspectos importantes del terreno que piensas comprar. Para hablar de todo lo que hay que evaluar, en este episodio de Infonavit Fácil, platicamos con David Yañez Fernández, gerente Senior de opciones de financiamiento CORE del instituto, quien también nos dio toda la información sobre el nuevo crédito de Infonavit que te permitirá obtener tu vivienda por esta vía. 

    SI Counseling Podcast
    #55 YOU DECIDE! To Test or Not to Test? Part II

    SI Counseling Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 19:18


    Changes are still coming your way whether you are a Senior, Junior or even a Sophomore. We are here again to talk about standardized test requirements for U.S. colleges like over 1800 of them. What have they decided since the Fall 2022 college admission cycle? Let's learn, let's understand TOGETHER and YOU DECIDE! The key thing is to take ownership of the college process and focus on one's talent and moments that will benefit the students short term, mid-term and long term! YOU MATTER NOT A NUMBER. Let's go!

    The Clement Manyathela Show
    Bridging the trust deficit between police and communities

    The Clement Manyathela Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 23:38


    Thabo Shole-Mashao, in for Clement speaks to Eldred De Klerk, a Senior policing and Social conflict specialist about the trust deficit that exists between police and communities and how that can be bridged. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The West Live Podcast
    Expert: SECRET plan to delay EVs is a ticking bomb

    The West Live Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:47


    With all the talk of electric vehicles and Teslas, you'd be forgiven for thinking a revolution is happening, and EVs are everywhere. And while that revolution certainly is happening, the numbers of EVs on the road could be better. In fact, it seems the electric vehicle explosion is being deliberately stifled by the automotive industry - according to leaked documents obtained by The Age. In the climate crisis we're facing, what does delaying electric vehicles mean for the environment? Political economist and Senior lecturer specialising in climate and energy finance at the University of Sydney on why this is a big deal for Australia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Table Talk
    300: Personalised nutrition - looking at the impact of different interventions

    Table Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 37:47


    Personalised nutrition has been making headlines for some time, but how much impact do different types of interventions have, and which work best? Science has now advanced to a point where it can look deep inside us as individuals and calculate individual nutrition and health needs.   As a result, the personalised nutrition sector is rapidly expanding. But among the hundreds of apps and advisors out there, reliable research about the effectiveness of these tools isn't easy to find.    The health advice may be personal, the question is: Will it work?  And will any lifestyle changes stick around long-term? This where the Preventomics Programme comes in. It has been gathering evidence on the effectiveness of different approaches to personalised nutrition, and analysing their worth. It is a huge bit of research, looking at the potential of omics sciences, especially metabolomics, and changes in habits as drivers of development. Participants were given personalised plans for nutrition and lifestyle habits to improve their health, based on the individual, such as physical and behavioural traits, lifestyle, genotype, preferences and physical condition. There were three scenarios: Personalised recommendations at the point of sale with products suggested to be added to the basket beneficial for the users. Personalised delivery food service responding to the nutritional user's profile, preferences and physical and behavioural traits. Personalised nutritional advice by nutritionists for subjects with abdominal obesity through a software and mobile app. Listen to the full episode to find out what was learned and how it might impact the personalised nutrition sector in the future. Josep Maria del Bas, Senior researcher in the Nutrition and Health Department, Eurocat Josep Maria del Bas has degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry and holds a PhD in Nutrition and Metabolism from Rovira i Virgili University in Tarragona.  He has focused his professional career on the study of molecular mechanisms involved in the interaction between nutrition and health.  His current duties at Eurecat include coordinating multidisciplinary teams dedicated to researching the health effects of food and pharmaceutical products.

    Built For The Stage Podcast
    #168 - Alexa Magro - The Prom Nat'l Tour

    Built For The Stage Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:10


    Alexa Magro / @alexa_magro Alexa Magro is currently travelling the country with The Prom tour! More from Alexa! I am a New York City based actor, dancer, singer, and voiceover artist originally from The Woodlands, Texas (Houston Metro). As a youngster, after giving up my short-lived dream of being a mail carrier, it was clear that I was better suited for a career in the entertainment industry. I competed my first tap solo at the age of five and for the next six years, I found much success in the dance competition and convention circuit through my passion, dedication, and tenacity. At age eleven, I had to put dancing on hold for a year and a half as I recovered from surgery. During that time, I took interest in acting and singing and began my training at Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS) education academy, The Humphreys School of Musical Theatre. During my time at TUTS, I was given the opportunity to perform in a number of mainstage productions. I learned a tremendous amount from all the artists I had the good fortune of working with, and the experiences/exposure served as the ultimate learning ground. I am currently in my Senior year in the Arts, Media, and Entertainment program at The University of Arizona as a part-time student. Completing the remainder of my education online is giving me the flexibility to pursue performance opportunities while living in NYC. Some of my simple joys include family, fitness, nature walks, coffee, John Mayer, volunteering, word searches, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, and ethnic foods. https://www.alexamagro.com/ Try a Free Trial of BFTS and work 1 on 1 with Coach Joe! https://builtforthestage.com/free-trial www.broadwaypodcastnetwork.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    College 4 All
    #57 YOU DECIDE! To Test or Not to Test? Part II

    College 4 All

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 19:35


    Changes are still coming your way whether you are a Senior, Junior or even a Sophomore. We are here again to talk about standardized test requirements for U.S. colleges like over 1800 of them. What have they decided since the Fall 2022 college admission cycle? Let's learn, let's understand TOGETHER and YOU DECIDE whether to test or not to test for college admissions. The key thing is to take ownership of the college process and focus on one's talent and moments that will benefit the students short term, mid-term and long term! YOU MATTER NOT A NUMBER. Let's go!

    2&200 podcast
    2&200podcast на морето с актьора Иван Савов (еп. 177)

    2&200 podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 61:24


    Подкрепете подкаста: https://www.patreon.com/2n200podcast Иван Савов е български актьор и режисьор. След дълги години зад граница се завръща в страната и прави впечатляващи роли във филмите Урок, Бащата и др. Говорихме си за кино, емигрантския живот, соца и много други. Беше чест за нас! Yotpo SMSBump е платформа за SMS маркетинг в онлайн търговията с повече от 96,000 клиенти в цял свят. Част е от американската SaaS компания Yotpo, с офиси в 5 държави - САЩ, България, Израел, Великобритания и Австралия. Компанията има амбициозната цел да създаде най-голямата единна маркетингова платформа за онлайн магазини. Ако искате да бъдете един от 50+ човека, променящи бъдещето на електронната търговия, разгледайте актуалните позиции в SMSBump тук: https://bit.ly/3uMkL4J Blankfactor стартира през 2015 от Маями, Флорида като бизнес начинание на двама дългогодишни партньори и приятели - Лъчезар Христов - настоящия СТО, и Майк Уеар – CEO на компанията. На българския пазар е от 2021.Компанията има разработен собствен продукт, а на клиентите си предоставя цялостни Full Stack решения. Клиенти са едни от най- големите технологични гиганти във Финтех индустрията. Имаме офиси в САЩ, Колумбия,Коста Рика и съответнно в България. В момента спешно си търсим Senior Java Enginneers, да попълнят екипа, както и Senior .Net Engineer Senior Automation QA Engineer Senior Data Developer Senior Front-End Engineer Front-End Team Lead https://blankfactor.com/careers/ Последвайте ни: https://www.facebook.com/2n200podcast/ https://www.instagram.com/a.t.i.l.a_official/ https://www.instagram.com/tsvetomir.tsanov/ Слушайте ни в: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Bw2JP6jbJ1fWFdBMzKnISiTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/bg/podcast/2-200-podcast/id1450240024Google podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy84Yjk1NTM0L3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz&fbclid=IwAR28twdZrdoR9pDwyfiQVwE4rMvihTOhitPtfOaSYvjVMQiuLWQIkho-y0kAnchor: https://anchor.fm/2200-podcastBreaker: https://www.breaker.audio/2-and-200-podcastPocket Casts: https://pca.st/GkVLStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/2200-podcastRSS feed: https://anchor.fm/s/8b95534/podcast/rss Камери и звук: Филип Търпов

    Sunday Supplement
    Sunak v Truss, Green Man Festival, deputy prime ministers

    Sunday Supplement

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 54:47


    Guests include Clwyd West Conservative MP David Jones, Anthony Pickles who is the co-author of the State of the Union newsletter and a former senior adviser to the Welsh Conservatives, and Adam Morris, who is a former head of media for the Scottish Conservatives and director of Shorthand PR, Conservative MS James Evans, Cardiff University lecturer in politics Dr Jonathan Kirkup, Dr Kim Howells who is a former UK Labour Government Minister, Dr Emma Yhnell - neuroscientist and Senior lecturer at Cardiff University and Tom Crick, who is a Professor of Digital Education and Policy, at Swansea University.

    Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
    Ronald Weaver lll catches up with Senior DB Malik Moore after Day 1 of BYU Football Fall Camp 2022

    Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 7:51


    Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/Subscribe to the Cougar Bytes podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-bytes/id1459679000Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzQ3Nzc1OS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/5ZypcLEPas3ityVckKckVaPocket Castshttps://pca.st/9zjSOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes1459679000/cougar-bytesSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/3477759Stitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/espn960sports/cougar-bytesTuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Cougar-Bytes-p1217875iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/cougar-bytes-43051393/

    Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Creatures with Morgan
    57- Interview with Senior Fossil Preparator Laura at The La Brea Tar Pits

    Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Creatures with Morgan

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 9:40


    Morgan got the special opportunity to interview Laura Tewksbury, a Senior Fossil Preparator at The La Brea Tar Pits! Join Morgan as she asks Laura about The Tar pits and what Laura does there!

    All Things Performance
    Victor Makinde: "I Never Lost Money On a Trade"

    All Things Performance

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 74:37


    Victor Makinde is a coach and entrepreneur. He is our special guest today. As a family friend, Josiah has known Victor since childhood. The conversation is both candid and insightful. This podcast is a perfect blend of Mental Performance, Business, and Development. Josiah and Victor hit on the following areas: *Why sports is the best social program *African proverbs & goal setting *Perfect games vs. Highlight tapes *I didn't play football until my Senior year in high school *If you can't fight, you better be able to run *Processes vs. Patterns *I used my Pell grant to invest in stocks....all of it *Difficulty Level: Athlete vs. Business Person *Why the 'sharing economy' is huge *The most important trait *AND MUCH MORE Stay connected with "All Things Performance" official YouTube channel to get more podcasts, and interviews regularly. Do LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE. Don't forget to hit the SUBSCRIBE button and the BELL

    Aging in Style with Lori Williams
    098. REPLAY: Tips on Touring Senior Communities

    Aging in Style with Lori Williams

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 26:46


    Have you visited a parent over the holidays and realized they would benefit from senior living? Maybe they need more socialization and prepared meals, so independent living would be a good option - or maybe they need assisted living for even more help. No matter which senior community you're leaning toward, Senior Living Expert Lori Williams has 8 tips for you to keep in mind when it comes to touring and “interviewing” your (or your loved ones') prospective home. It's not fun to move more than you have to. It's also important that you feel cared for and enjoy where you'll be spending most of your time. That's why it's good to have a game plan. There are many factors to consider, like whether to use a local senior placement service, the community's COVID-19 strategy, and more. When you take these questions into account, you can take the stress out of the moving process and confidently make an informed decision about your new home. Topics from this episode: -Touring senior living communities - Tips for choosing the right senior living - Senior living placement services - Senior living communities and COVID-19 - Questions to ask when touring senior residences Takeaways from this episode: - It's important to have a local senior placement service so they're familiar with the options in the area. Plus, they may have contacts for realtors, moving services and more. - Choosing precisely the right senior housing for your needs can help you use funds more effectively. Be sure to find an option for your budget, too. - It's okay to bring your seniors to look at their living options if they're not suffering from dementia and if the process isn't overwhelming. - Ask any and all questions you have, and make sure to check what certain words or services are if you don't understand them. - Don't be afraid to interact with staff during your visit, from the activities' director to the chef -and even current residents. - Take plenty of notes and follow up with your senior placement advisor after your visit. - Go with your gut and be sure to go wherever feels best. Resources mentioned in this episode: Tips on Touring Senior Communities PDF: https://www.loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/post/tips-on-touring-senior-communities-with-checklist 005. Senior Housing 101: https://www.loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/aging-in-style-podcast/episode/78876793/005-senior-housing-101021. 7 Red Flags to look for During Holiday Visits with Senior Family Members: https://www.loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/aging-in-style-podcast/episode/78dafab1/021-7-red-flags-to-look-for-during-holiday-visits-with-senior-family-members 023. How Senior Living is adapting to COVID-19 https://www.loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/aging-in-style-podcast/episode/77ce3524/023-how-senior-living-is-adapting-to-covid-19025. Activities in Senior Living - it's not what you think! https://www.loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/aging-in-style-podcast/episode/78cc0ade/025-activities-in-senior-living-its-not-what-you-think To suggest a topic, be a guest or to support the podcast, please email Lori@Loriwilliams-seniorservices.com For more senior resources and to sign up to the newsletter please visit: https://www.facebook.com/LoriWilliamsSeniorServices/ https://www.instagram.com/theloriwilliams/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/theloriwilliams/ https://loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/aging-in-style-podcast/

    Atemporal
    #57 - Adriana Senior - Subirse al tren

    Atemporal

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 125:54


    Adriana Senior es la CEO de la Corporación Colombia Internacional (https://www.cci.org.co/nuestro-equipo/).

    Optimal Health Daily
    1819: The Senior's Guide to Staying Healthy Year-Round by Valencia Higuera of Healthline

    Optimal Health Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 10:38 Very Popular


    Valencia Higuera of Healthline shares the senior's guide to staying healthy year-round Episode 1819: The Senior's Guide to Staying Healthy Year-Round by Valencia Higuera of Healthline How you feel affects every precious day of your life. Healthline understands that, which is why they're committed to being your most trusted ally in your pursuit of health and well-being. You can depend on Healthline to provide expert content along with genuine caring--both of which will support, guide, and inspire you toward the best possible health outcomes for you and your family. The original post is located here: https://www.healthline.com/health/flu/seniors-guide-to-staying-healthy  InsideTracker's patented algorithm analyzes your biometric data and offers you a clearer picture than you've ever had before of what's going on inside your body. For a limited time, get 20% OFF the entire InsideTracker store! Go to InsideTracker.com/OHD to get your discount code and to start using InsideTracker today. Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Educational AD Podcast
    TEAM BUILDING TIP #12 - Dan Talbot, CMAA and Polk Co. Florida Senior Athletic Director

    Educational AD Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 24:57


    Dan Talbot, CMAA is back with another great Team Building Tip. Every Thursday, Dan shares his wisdom as a long time AD here in Florida. Dan is also active at the National Level while also serving as the FIAAA Certification Coordinator. This is TEAM BUILDING TIPS on The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support

    O'Connor & Company
    08.03.22: Josh Kraushaar Interview

    O'Connor & Company

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 9:50


    Josh Kraushaar, Senior political correspondent at Axios, joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Wednesday to recap the results of Tuesday's primaries. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor,  @Jgunlock, and @patrickpinkfile.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    WorldAffairs
    Dr. Atul Gawande's Prescription for COVID and Aging: What Can We Learn?

    WorldAffairs

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 30:34


    Dr. Atul Gawande has had a varied, celebrated career in medicine. He's been a physician, a writer, and now he's the Global Health Assistant Administrator at USAID. Dr. Gawande has always said the task of sharing medical progress with every corner of the planet is “the most ambitious thing we've ever attempted.” From facing a global public health system weakened by COVID-19, to families seeking support caring for aging loved ones, Dr. Gawande is focused on “generational work” at USAID, and about how society can step up.    In this episode, Dr. Gawande and Ray Suarez discuss taking public health work to the global stage, and the immense challenges that lie ahead.   Support for this podcast episode was provided in part by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation.   Guest(s):   Dr. Atul Gawande, writer, physician, and Assistant Administrator for Global Health for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)    Host:     Ray Suarez   If you appreciate this episode and want to support the work we do, please consider making a donation to World Affairs. We cannot do this work without your help. Thank you.

    Ablaze Youth Podcast
    Ablaze Senior - In Awe of A Mighty God

    Ablaze Youth Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 20:54


    Honor and respect the Lord your God.

    It's All Journalism
    How satisfied are journalists with the job they're doing?

    It's All Journalism

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 30:37


    For the first time ever, the Pew Research Center asked journalists what they thought of their industry and how satisfied they were with the work they're doing. Senior researcher Jeff Gottfried shares all the details with It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our weekly email newsletter. Also, listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, PodcastOne, Soundcloud, or Stitcher.

    Optimal Health Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY
    1819: The Senior's Guide to Staying Healthy Year-Round by Valencia Higuera of Healthline

    Optimal Health Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 11:38


    Valencia Higuera of Healthline shares the senior's guide to staying healthy year-round Episode 1819: The Senior's Guide to Staying Healthy Year-Round by Valencia Higuera of Healthline How you feel affects every precious day of your life. Healthline understands that, which is why they're committed to being your most trusted ally in your pursuit of health and well-being. You can depend on Healthline to provide expert content along with genuine caring--both of which will support, guide, and inspire you toward the best possible health outcomes for you and your family. The original post is located here: https://www.healthline.com/health/flu/seniors-guide-to-staying-healthy  InsideTracker's patented algorithm analyzes your biometric data and offers you a clearer picture than you've ever had before of what's going on inside your body. For a limited time, get 20% OFF the entire InsideTracker store! Go to InsideTracker.com/OHD to get your discount code and to start using InsideTracker today. Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Blue-White Podcast: A Penn State Athletics Podcast
    BWI Daily Two-A-Days: Penn State safety preview

    The Blue-White Podcast: A Penn State Athletics Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 20:15


    The Penn State football safety room might be the deepest on the team. But with the loss of second-round pick Jaquan Brisker, will Penn State's high-end play reach the same heights it did a year ago? BWI Two-A-Days are back to preview the Penn State safety position for 2022. Today, host Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor Nate Bauer break down the players, scheme, and position battles in the middle of the Penn State secondary. One of the first questions of the group is if they can gather as many turnovers as they did a year ago. Senior safety Ji'Ayir Brown led the nation with six interceptions a year ago. Bauer doesn't think that the former Lackawanna transfer will reach that goal but does have a strong feeling about the group. After T-Frank introduces the four players at the position, including Brown, Zakee Wheatley, Jaylen Reed, and Keaton Ellis, he asks Bauer why Ellis is overlooked in this group. Next, they discuss Ellis' role and position on the team before moving on to how Penn State can best use all four players. Next, the duo discusses the newcomers to the group. Freshmen Mehki Flowers and KJ Winston join Lackawanna transfer Tyrece Mills in the crowded secondary. Can one or more players find a role behind Jonathan Sutherland at the Striker? Bauer and T-Frank dip into the new position for the Nittany Lions. Lastly, they determine an X-Factor for the group and give a stock up or stock down rating for the unit. JOIN Blue White Illustrated: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/join/?plan=annual SUBSCRIBE to Blue White Illustrated on YouTube and enable alerts - new highlights and videos uploaded regularly: https://www.youtube.com/c/bluewhiteillustratedvideo?sub_confirmation Bookmark our homepage: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/ Subscribe to BWI Magazine and Newsletters: https://bluewhiteonline.com Download our podcasts: https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/LRL3155877513?selected=DSVV2664982394 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlueWhiteIllustrated/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PennStateOn3 Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    O'Connor & Company
    08.04.22: Kurt Schlichter Interview

    O'Connor & Company

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:51


    Kurt Schlichter, Retired Colonel, lawyer, Senior columnist at Townhall.com and author of new book "We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America", joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Thursday at CPAC Dallas. Twitter: https://twitter.com/KurtSchlichter His book "We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America": https://www.amazon.com/Well-Be-Back-Fall-America/dp/1684513308 For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor,  @Jgunlock, and @patrickpinkfile.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Guy Benson Show
    2022 Midterms: Primary Results From Several States Give Midterm Preview

    Guy Benson Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 122:09


    3:05pm: Last night's primary results  3:20pm: Last night's primary results  3:35pm: Last night's primary results  3:50pm: Last night's primary results  4:05pm: Guest: Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) 4:20pm:Indiana GOP Congresswoman Jackie Walorski killed in car crash 4:35pm: Guest: Josh Kraushaar, Senior politics reporter for Axios & Fox News Radio Political Analyst 4:50pm: DeSantis launches first TV ad of his Florida gubernatorial re-election campaign  5:05pm: Guest: Senator John Cornyn (R-TX)  5:20pm: Legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully dead at 94 5:35pm: (Replay Leader McConnell) 5:50pm: Homestretch:  Pickle Is Summer's Big Flavor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Lockheed Martin Space Makers
    We Mean Business, pt. 1: Pioneering the New Space Economy

    Lockheed Martin Space Makers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 31:16


    Show Notes: Beyond Apollo: Taking One Giant Leap CREDITS:Space Makers is a production of Lockheed Martin Space.It's executive produced by Pavan Desai.Senior Producer is Natalia Oleksik.Senior producer, writer, and host is Ben Dinsmore.Sound design and audio mastered by Julian Giraldo.Graphic Design by Tim Roesch.Marketing and recruiting by Joe Portnoy, Shannon Myers, Mallory Richards on, and Stephanie Dixon.A huge thanks to all the communication professionals at Lockheed Martin who helped make these stories possible. 

    The Buck Sexton Show
    Hold The Line w/ Buck Sexton - 08-03-22

    The Buck Sexton Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 42:40


    Tuesday's primary races in several states had some surprising outcomes. Buck takes a look at the winners and losers. Plus, fallout continues from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. Senior fellow at the America First policy institute Steve Yates joins buck to give his analysis of the trip. Also, the White House offers Russia a prisoner exchange for WNBA star Brittney Griner. Talk show host Xen Sams gives her take on the potential trade.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Screaming in the Cloud
    Cloud Security and Cost with Anton Chuvakin

    Screaming in the Cloud

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 35:47


    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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