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Latest podcast episodes about Yawn

Barry On Deck
#372 NFL Week 11 Recap, MLB 2022 HOF Ballot, Lebron James and Isaiah Stewart cheap shot?

Barry On Deck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 114:42


Happy Monday you damn dirty Deckheads! Here's what's on tap for today's show: SPORTS

The Tennis Podcast
ATP Finals - Medvedev's yawn, Ruud's rise, Djokovic vs. Zverev preview

The Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 39:56


David and Matt bring you the latest in the story involving Peng Shuai's disappearance and discuss the main talking points from Turin as the ATP Finals group stage comes to a close. In what way was Daniil Medvedev vs. Jannik Sinner the best dead rubber of all time? Why did Medvedev's fake yawn provoke such a reaction? Why does David like Casper Ruud so much? How did Ruud get the better of Andrey Rublev for the first time? What insights did Ruud give in his post match press conference? And how might Novak Djokovic vs. Alexander Zverev unfold? The Tennis Podcast is produced year-round, with daily editions during the Grand Slam tournaments. We are on-course to produce more than 150 podcasts for the second year running.SUPPORT THE TENNIS PODCASTWe crowdfund The Tennis Podcast every December, with shout-outs, mascots and chances to take us on at predictions. For a reminder when the next campaign goes live, put your e-mail address in here - http://eepurl.com/gwWILXOr, if you don't want to wait and prefer to support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TheTennisPodcastNEWSLETTERSign up to get our news, offers, predictions and Matt's Stat - http://eepurl.com/gbmzRXEMAILWe hope that the podcast helps to provide some form of escape during these challenging times. If you ever feel like writing to us, our e-mail is open – info@tennispodcast.netSOCIAL MEDIA Twitter - https://twitter.com/TennisPodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/thetennispodcast/Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/r/thetennispodcast/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Amazon Bound
#12 - How Amazon Hired Me: Conversation with an Amazon Recruiter

Amazon Bound

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 26:46


I discuss how successful candidates prepare for and come across during the Amazon interview with a former Amazon recruiter, Bryant. Enjoy! "Amazon gives you all the tools you need to succeed. They're going to tell you what their Leadership Principles are, they're going to tell you about the STAR process. Your Recruiter, if they are a good Recruiter, is going to call you beforehand and walk you through the process. There's no 'gotcha' questions. There's no questions that are completely unrelated to what you're interviewing for. Turn it into a conversation. Take a deep breath. Yawn before your interview, that's proven to calm you down at work. And just talk to another human being. People tend to build up these interviews like they're bigger than they are, and they're not." Visit https://amazonbound.today to find out more.

Wilson County News
Free speech, religion begin with voting — for Prop. 3!

Wilson County News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 4:00


Technology is a wonderful thing, but to the extent that it keeps us from experiencing the real world and delving deeper into issues, it can be detrimental. This could be a key reason why more people don't vote. They are too busy clicking on social media to take the time to explore the real world. Take the election in Texas. What election, you say? … Yawn ... ! Elections are boring, and especially elections for constitutional amendments. Who cares? You should care because opinion you will have to live with the consequences of your decision, whether it be to act,...Article Link

The Gottesdienst Crowd
[Gottesblog] A Tale of Two Magazines — Larry Beane

The Gottesdienst Crowd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 9:17


A Tale of Two Magazines When I was in seminary (twenty years ago), we had a nickname for the Lutheran Witness. We called it the Witless. Frankly, it was not much of a witness and it was barely Lutheran. But then, something incredible happened. It got good. It may have been when Adrienne Heins took over. There were a series of editors who seemed to have a vision of making the magazine, well, a witness, and also Lutheran. Genuinely Lutheran. Authentically Lutheran. Intentionally Lutheran. Confessional, liturgical, Gnesio, and unapologetically Lutheran. Imagine that! It was also aesthetically pleasing. Not long thereafter, the souls from Dante's concentric circles (okay, not really, that is just literary license) began to weep and gnash their teeth. There were too many C's in the new and vastly improved Lutheran Witness, including, but not limited to the following “Seven C's” (with apologies to Ken Ham): Clergy Collars Chasubles Crucifixes Chalices Confessions Church Where are the pastors in ties and khakis and hipster tee shirts and silly hats? And why are there so many pastors anyway? Where are the feelgood fluff pieces? Where are the kinds of images that would appeal to non-Lutherans and progressives and opponents of the liturgy? And what's with all of this Book of Concord stuff? But weep no more, bronzies, boomers, church-growthers, imbibers of soy, and in the words of the late Reverend Professor Kurt Marquart: “little old ladies of both sexes.” For CPH has discontinued sending a free copy or two of LW to your congregation, but has started sending free bulk subscriptions of a new publication called Lutheran Life! That's Life not Lite. Gone are the pesky C's. Now we have articles and a color palette to appeal to women and older folks. Not that there's anything wrong with that. But the magazine title might be more descriptive if it were called Lutheran Lady or Boomer Lutheran. In both issues that I have looked at, the articles written by pastors feature their portraits without clericals. There isn't a single image of a crucifix, or the inside of a church, for that matter. The first issue had one brief quote from the Small Catechism - other than that, the confessions are just not there. The entire magazine seems to be a running self-serving ad campaign for various and sundry CPH books. The piece that really caught my eye was in the latest issue (221) called “The Virtual Church.” And if you look closely, it's not even an article. It says “advertisement” in the fine print. It's a slick ad masquerading as an article by a company called Vanco. Vanco is a company that benefits from “virtual church” by providing a means of making electronic payments. They are not an RSO. They have no loyalty to our Lutheran confession. But I don't believe in “virtual church.” My congregation did not have it, doesn't have it, and doesn't plan on having it. We do real church. Would you like God to virtually love you or really love you? Do you want the Lord to be virtually present, or really present. Do you want your spouse to be virtually faithful, or really faithful? Of course, the article sings the praises of “virtual” church and repeatedly orders us to “follow local laws.” They are promoting “church apps” - which, Vanco just so happens to provide. The article tells us to disinfect stuff and wear masks. Once again, the corporate suits are clueless. We pastors have been on the front lines of all of this nonsense since day one. Moreover, different states have different situations. Do these knuckleheads really think they're being helpful? And who at CPH thought this was something we need to read? Did this “article,” (read advertisement) - and does this magazine itself - go through doctrinal review? The person I spoke with at CPH didn't know. I played phone tag with a manager there and just gave up. Ultimately, it doesn't seem to matter. And what's with the stock photo of fake soldiers on page 18? No insignia, name-tapes, or any identifying mark. These are models wearing costumes. We have authentic, you know real (not virtual) military personnel in the LCMS. We have a chaplain corps. We could have authenticity. So why this fake picture? There are other criticisms I have as well, but I'll just stop now. Pastors, anything that gets put out for your church should pass the highest level of doctrinal review: the parochial level. You are the shepherd of your parish. You are the last gate of doctrinal review. I admit that I unthinkingly put the first issue out, being too trusting of the synod. I suspect I'm not the only one. The rest of these are going in the garbage. If CPH wants to be good stewards of their “free” magazine, they can take my congregation off the mailing list. Meanwhile, Lutheran Witness has vanished down the memory hole, no longer promoted by CPH (who now has its own competing magazine and incentive to hide LW under a bushel). And who is paying for this? They presumably can't eat the cost of sending a single LW to every parish, but they can print and mail bundles of 25 copies of this one? If CPH is footing the bill, maybe some of the salaries are too high. If advertisers are carrying the costs, doesn't the piper call the tune? Maybe they could work out better deals on shipping prices instead of sending us magazines that we don't want. I certainly never asked for this magazine. And while the church-growthers may excitedly promote Lutheran Life, the reality is that it is not what we need to grow the church. Even as our stale one-trick-pony Church Growth experts wend their way to the glue factory, they still keep pushing the same old tired line that the key to growing the church is to ditch the liturgy. Yawn. To use their own resource against them, a large demographic study identifies the crucial role played by fathers in the real, not virtual, growth of the church. The church needs her men to be men, to lead their families, to be their spiritual patriarchs, and to bring them to church. And so we need to start thinking about what appeals to men in the church. It's sure not pastel colors and touchy-feely articles about relationships. That has its place, but in church and society, anything and everything that could appeal to the masculine is being snuffed out. At least Lutheran Witness has a broader appeal to those who yearn for authenticity instead of just one more medium that is basically Oprah with a cross. I did find out that you can talk to your district office to get a price break on bulk orders of Lutheran Witness. It's not free, but it's not outrageously expensive either. And you can also order an affordable bulk subscription to Gottesdienst, as few as ten copies. Maybe the old saying is true: You get what you pay for.

That Story Show
393: Turtle Yawn

That Story Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 72:46


James' fat half falls out of the boat on a whitewater rafting trip. Jennifer Kennison guest hosts.

Nobody's Listening Podcast Community Master Feed

James' fat half falls out of the boat on a whitewater rafting trip. Jennifer Kennison guest hosts.

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Celebrity Vocal Coach Eric Vetro - "BACKSTAGE PASS" Podcast

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 5:16


"BACKSTAGE PASS" IS A NEW PODCAST HOSTED BY CELEBRITY VOCAL COACH ERIC VETRO, FEATURING CONVERSATIONS WITH ARIANA GRANDE, JOHN LEGEND, SHAWN MENDES, AND MOREBackstage Pass with Eric Vetro launches October 20, 2021There's one special thing the most famous singers in the world have in common: his name is Eric Vetro. From Ariana Grande to Shawn Mendes to John Legend, vocal coach Eric Vetro has been by the sides of your favorite singers for some of the most iconic moments in their careers. On "Backstage Pass," Vetro's celebrity students retrace their vocal journeys, from the very first song they ever sang and their favorite vocal exercises through the challenges they faced building their careers.Eric Vetro is one of the country's most in-demand vocal coaches for a reason. For over 35 years, Vetro has worked in Hollywood with students that include A-list actors, Broadway singers, and global pop stars. They meet with him regularly to prepare for Broadway productions, movie musical roles, world tours and nationally televised awards shows. Even for the naturally gifted, professional singers prepare with the extreme discipline of runners getting ready for a marathon. Vetro sees students seven days a week, sometimes waking up in the middle of the night to warm up singers on tour many time zones away or teaching in unusual locations such as the backs of SUVs, alley ways, and even bathrooms before shows. Amid grueling tour schedules and high-pressure performances, he is there for these singers every step of the way. Bubbly, magnetic, and beloved by his students, he has the kind of personality that led Ariana Grande to tweet, "Eric Vetro is my favorite person ever."Originally from a small city in upstate New York, Eric Vetro started an amateur vocal teaching practice, teaching his classmates how to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner." He went on to study voice and piano at NYU, finding a mentor in Lloyd Walser, a chorus master at the New York City Opera. Inspired by his targeted approach, Vetro does not try to make everyone sound the same, but rather emphasizes what makes a student sound special. He moved to LA in 1984 and has been growing his student list ever since."Backstage Pass" will include interviews with many of Vetro's vocal students, including Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, Chloe Bailey, Rosalia, Camila Cabello, Vanessa Hudgens, Stephanie Beatriz, and John Legend. These intimate conversations will reveal the secrets behind how these performers hit those high notes (spoiler: one is a technique called "Silent Ferocious Lion's Yawn") and will emphasize why Eric has become the coach, therapist and friend to the most well-known singers in the music business.Eric Vetro is the celebrity vocal coach to stars such as Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, John Legend, Camila Cabello, Katy Perry, Rita Ora, Chloe x Halle, Juanes, and Rosalia as well as the lead singers from bands like Haim, Weezer, Incubus and Muse. He has trained A-list actors for the movie musicals La La Land, Chicago, Judy, Mary Poppins Returns, Hairspray, Beauty and the Beast, Eurovision, In The Heights and Cinderella as well as the new releases Dear Evan Hansen, Tick Tick.Boom!, and Disney's Encanto. He has worked with many Disney stars who went on to have singing careers such as Vanessa Hudgens, Sabrina Carpenter, Ashley Tisdale, Olivia Holt, Laura Marano, and Dove Cameron. He has also worked with many Broadway actors including Tony-award winners Hugh Jackman and Bette Midler.Backstage Pass with Eric Vetro - first 4 episodesEpisode 1: Ariana GrandeAiring: 10/20Eric talks with Ariana Grande about her vocal range, how Broadway influences her music, touring, and the struggles of perfect pitch and how it can be both a blessing and a curse. We also get to learn more about Eric and how being a vocal coach is all about listening and thinking on his feet.Episode 2: Shawn MendesAiring: 10/27When we think of world-famous singers, we would never expect them to have anxiety about performing their songs for live audiences. But that's not always the case. In this episode, Eric talks with Shawn Mendes about how he has worked hard to get comfortable trusting the process and trusting his voice.Episode 3: Chloe BaileyAiring: 11/3Chloe Bailey is probably most famously known as one half of sister group Chloe x Halle, but through her acting, choreography, and solo music career she's got the entertainment market covered. In this interview, Eric talks with Chloe about her musical inspirations, how and why she learned to produce her own music, and how her family jokes that - as the world's biggest Beyoncé fan - she manifested she and her sister being one of the first artists signed to Beyoncé's production company.Episode 4: RosaliaAiring: 11/10Eric talks with Rosalia about her work ethic and how her perfectionism and persistence makes her career. They also talk about flamenco, Rosalia's vibrato, and how the 2019 Latin Grammys were the only time she can think of when she wasn't in the right headspace to perform; her grandfather had passed just the day before.http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/backstage-pass-eric-vetro?c=-GIhsWJy6a841zFLbwxFlQ&h=33a1ec6f9ecc4e506

Ask The Experts
A Wide Release Leads to a Wide Yawn with TrollBytes Computer Sales & Service of Dane County 10-18-21

Ask The Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 27:44


Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
Sandy Yawn & Mzi "Zee" Dempers

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 24:23


Sandy Yawn & Zee Dempers join host Andy Cohen. Listen to lively debates on everything from the latest drama surrounding your favorite Bravolebrities to what celebrity is making headlines that week live from the WWHL clubhouse.Aired on 10/11/21Binge all your favorite Bravo shows with the Bravo app: bravotv.com/getbravoSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Darren “Whackhead” Simpson’s prank calls on Kfm Mornings
Your eyes water when you yawn because you miss your bed

Darren “Whackhead” Simpson’s prank calls on Kfm Mornings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 4:37


Senseless Survey with Whackhead Simpson on Kfm Mornings. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of Kfm Mornings with Darren, Sherlin & Sibs
Your eyes water when you yawn because you miss your bed

Best of Kfm Mornings with Darren, Sherlin & Sibs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 4:37


Senseless Survey with Whackhead Simpson on Kfm Mornings. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

That Tech Pod
How To Make Compliance Suck Less With Cybersecurity Expert AJ Yawn

That Tech Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 35:28


Today on That Tech Pod, Laura and Gabi chat with AJ Yawn. AJ Yawn is the Co-Founder and CEO at ByteChek. AJ has earned 6 AWS certifications including the AWS Solutions Architect-Professional and AWS Security-Specialty. Prior to ByteChek, AJ spent over a decade in the cybersecurity industry both in the US Army and as a consultant. He is a regular speaker at SANS Cloud Security curriculum events such as BIPOC in Cloud Forum and CloudSecNext Summit, and can be found teaching SEC557: Continuous Automation for Enterprise and Cloud Compliance. Follow That Tech Pod: Twitter-@thattechpod LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/thattechpodwebsite: thattechpod.com

Excuse the Intermission
Matthew Wade & The Tacoma Film Festival

Excuse the Intermission

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 56:43


Alex & Max speak with writer/director Matthew Wade about his new feature film “A Black Rift Begins to Yawn” (1:35) and then highlight some other movies that they are excited to check out at The Tacoma Film Festival, hosted at The Grand Cinema (46:25)

The Valleycast
What's the WORLD RECORD for a yawn?

The Valleycast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 62:25


We accidentally stumbled down a sleepy rabbit hole here... and then played a game of can STEVE GUESS FIVE SOCCER PLAYERS? Thanks to our sponsors: Go to http://meundies.com/valley to get 15% off your first order plus free shipping. Go to http://stitchfix.com/valleycast to try Stitch Fix Freestyle! Go to http://apostrophe.com/VALLEYCAST and use code VALLEYCAST to save $15 on your first list! GET THE MOVIE MOVIE POSTER: https://store.dftba.com/collections/the-valleyfolk/products/movie-movie-game-poster We'd love if you'd consider supporting and becoming part of the fam. http://www.patreon.com/thevalleyfolk THE BESTEST SOCIAL DISTANCE FIST BUMPS TO the health care workers and essential workers out on the front lines kicking ass for us right now! You can donate to help families in need by visiting https://www.feedingamerica.org/ways-to-give ! Music/SFX: If you like our sounds, sign up for ONE FREE MONTH on us at Epidemic Sound! Over 30,000 songs: http://share.epidemicsound.com/n96pc Follow The Valleyfolk across the digital globe: http://twitter.com/TheValleyfolk http://instagram.com/TheValleyfolk http://facebook.com/TheValleyfolk Follow the group on their personal socials: Joe Bereta: http://twitter.com/JoeBereta http://instagram.com/joebereta Elliott Morgan: http://twitter.com/elliottcmorgan http://instagram.com/elliottmorgan Steve Zaragoza: http://twitter.com/stevezaragoza http://instagram.com/stevezaragoza Kevin Plachy: https://twitter.com/pakkap_ https://www.instagram.com/pakkap Shoot: Kevin Plachy Edit: Ryan Farroki

Rumble in the Morning
Ask Shelley 9-27-2021 …How come I can't hear when I stretch or yawn?

Rumble in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 6:03


Ask Shelley 9-27-2021 …How come I can't hear when I stretch or yawn? …Why are there lines on Solo Cups? Will kicking someone in their butt help them pee better?

Reloaded504
Nipple Abuse

Reloaded504

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 57:44


Howler Head Bourbon, 5 Gallon Sunset Blush, Sweet Baby Jesus, Shin Flaws, Nipple Abuse, Drunk Math, Stop a Yawn, Ingrown Hairs, Devil's Advocate, Struck by a Meteorite, Odds Like That, Hairy Ears, Porn Make Over, Drinking Buddy App, Who's Got Next Round of Shots, Bank Robbery Plan, Amish and Quakers

CISO Dojo
Meet AJ Yawn CEO and Co Founder of Bytechek

CISO Dojo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 50:56


AJ Yawn joins us for this episode of the CISO Dojo Podcast. AJ Yawn is a seasoned cloud security professional that possesses over a decade of senior information security experience with extensive experience managing a wide range of cybersecurity compliance assessments (SOC 2, ISO 27001, HIPAA, etc.) for a variety of SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS providers. AJ advises startups on cloud security and serves on the Board of Directors of the ISC2 Miami chapter as the Education Chair, he is also a Founding Board member of the National Association of Black Compliance and Risk Management professions, regularly speaks on information security podcasts, events, and he contributes blogs and articles to the information security community including publications such as CISOMag, InfosecMag, HackerNoon, and ISC2. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ajyawn/ @AjYawn

ATARI BYTES
EPISODE 288 - SPACE SHUTTLE: A JOURNEY INTO SPACE

ATARI BYTES

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 50:42


Play a space game requiring super technical, minor adjustments to thrust vectors and yaw? More like YAWN, amirite? In 288, we're playing Activision's (squee!) 1983 space shuttle simulator SPACE SHUTTLE: A JOURNEY INTO SPACE. Instead of, we suppose, a journey into the local supermarket. The game is a technical marvel. But is it fun? Is it really even a game? Let's discuss. This week's short story: RICH WHITE GUYS CONQUER THE MARTIANS Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs "Take a Chance", "Reformat" and "Pinball Spring".  Thanks to Sean Courtney for the "Storytime" and "Jason Sez Stuff" themes. https://www.carnivalofgleecreations.com is where you should go for info and links to this show ATARI BYTES here and for my other show IT'S A PODCAST, CHARLIE BROWN here. The website also has info and links to a few places you can buy books, including HELL'S CEREAL: VERY SHORT STORIES FORTIFIED WITH ESSENTIAL SYLLABLES.  Support the show by subscribing on the ATARI BYTES page on patreon.com here!

MRCTV's Podcast -Public Service Announcement
Episode 154: NewsBusters Podcast: Networks Yawn at Biden Telling Afghan President to Say Everything's Great

MRCTV's Podcast -Public Service Announcement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 24:00


ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, and MSNBC all avoided mentioning a Reuters story on a phone call between President Biden and then-Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani where Biden implored Ghani to project victory over the Taliban, whether it was "true or not."

ReTell Pharmacy
It's Been A Week, Y'all

ReTell Pharmacy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 25:06


*Yawn* brought my coffee with me this morning and, since the last week of my personal life have been somewhat of a roller coaster, it's a bit shorter episode than usual. I may not have as much energy this time around but lucky for me, I have the ReTell Community and you guys NEVER disappoint. On the show this week, the idea of your DM actually having your back and being supportive (crazy, right??) and an awesome Tech Of The Week that literally goes out of their way for their patient. Finally, we're still getting "tricked" into 3rd doses... could there be legal ramifications? Enjoy, friends!   Want to connect with the show? Need to vent? Let me know what you want to talk about through Twitter and Facebook. Keep fighting friends! -M  Oh and check out how YOU as a pharmacist, intern OR tech can be a true agent for positive change in the lives of our patients with Ultimed's Pen Needle Ultiguard Safe Pack. 

Voices About Living
Episode 108: Parenting Burnout: From the Toddler Years through Parenting Young Adults (Yawn)

Voices About Living

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 48:49


Join Valerie and her partner Nathan as they explore the ups and downs of parenting beginning with having 4 children in 7 years while Nathan was away at med school and residency and then on to the present where they are making sense of the wild world of adult child parenting. Lessons learned, mistakes made, […]

Tonebenders Podcast
171 - Billie Eilish The World's A Little Blurry

Tonebenders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 28:13


In this episode we talk with the team behind the music documentary Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry. Joining us are director RJ Cutler and members of the sound team including re-recording mixers Elmo Ponsdomenech & Jason "Frenchie" Gaya as well as Supervising Sound Editor Richard E. Yawn. They talk about the challenges of having source footage originally recorded on everything from VHS to iPhones, mixing music for concert footage and keeping Billie's home life sounding intimate.

Tonebenders Podcast
171 - Billie Eilish The World's A Little Blurry

Tonebenders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 28:13


In this episode we talk with the team behind the music documentary Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry. Joining us are director RJ Cutler and members of the sound team including re-recording mixers Elmo Ponsdomenech & Jason "Frenchie" Gaya as well as Supervising Sound Editor Richard E. Yawn. They talk about the challenges of having source footage originally recorded on everything from VHS to iPhones, mixing music for concert footage and keeping Billie's home life sounding intimate.

TBTL- Too Beautiful to Live
#3485 From Busk Till Yawn

TBTL- Too Beautiful to Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 74:16


Luke discovers that a Los Angeles landmark very close to his heart disappeared, seemingly overnight.

Another [fill-in-the-blank] Day

A lot of things happened today. Big cockroach, attractive human, and my being atrocious. Sweatshirt, inspired to participate, and attracting a mate. Attack of the blinds. Yawn. Walgreens disco talk.

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU recruiting: What's FSU football getting in its latest offensive line commit?

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 8:28


The Florida State Seminoles have landed themselves another offensive line prospect, YAWN. Am I right? Alex Atkins is boring me with his recruiting success. In all seriousness, Mike Norvell and FSU hauled in Jaylen Early out of Duncanville HS and he is not a player whose tape will bore you. To help showcase what the blue-chip commit brings to the table, Kevin Little (XsandNoles) and I took to Zoom to break down the big man's highlight film. Here's some quick background for the non-visual learners: Florida State Football commit analysis Explosiveness Early is the first man off the ball consistently. That explosiveness is important for positioning and leverage. It is easy to project Early as an effective run blocker because he gets himself into position with his first step. You have always heard “the low man wins” but reality is the player in the best position is the one who wins. Agility Agility is a term not always used to describe offensive line prospects. However, when you watch top notch athletes on the offensive line you notice how well they start and stop, move side to side, and how quickly they can get their feet up and down. Early possesses all of these traits and shows you high level agility. In his highlights you witness a beautiful skip pull, Early is shown pulling on counter plays, and shows impressive quickness on zone plays. Power Early is nothing like Kanaya Charlton who engulfs opponents and overwhelms them. However, Early is a powerful linemen in his own right. This is where Early's explosiveness comes into play as he keeps his feet moving and finishes plays. The power that he possesses in his lower half paired with the quickness makes him a finisher as a run blocker. This is a great combination of traits to possess as an offensive linemen. He will need to continue to develop his upper body strength to maximize his power. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message

BitcoinMeister- Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Altcoins
The 1 Bitcoin show- Expected $40k BTC surge, Tether FUD to pump? Amazon, financial deplatforming, Bri Dances, Q&A!

BitcoinMeister- Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Altcoins

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 60:47


WE RAISED ENOUGH MONEY FOR A WEDNESDAY SHOW! $45 MORE WILL GET YOU ANOTHER SHOW AFTER THAT! THANKS: Marc, Henry Law, Sightseeing TV, Xa Ya Za Za, Milad Daliri, CraigShipp.com, Towers Comics! Nashville, TN- Of course Bitcoin is back at $40k. Yawn. Short squeeze helped the cause, but BTC does not not care! Amazon will make it official one day, don't hold your breath of course. Tether FUD comes out at an interesting time, but it is not working as some would hope. I talk about some Beyond BTC people to follow. Much more! Watch the show here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mbu9mnPrpw Follow Adam on Twitter- https://twitter.com/TechBalt Adam's Parler- https://parler.com/profile/BitcoinMeister All of the BitcoinMeister videos are here at- http://DisruptMeister.com Financially support the podcast here- https://anchor.fm/bitcoinmeister/support BOOKMARK SPORTSMEISTER.com DISRUPTMEISTER.com & TECHBALT.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bitcoinmeister/support

The Lisa Show
Re-entering Dating Later in Life and Why did I just Yawn?

The Lisa Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 106:33


We learn how to face the challenges of Re-entering Dating Later in Life and unexpected reasons to why we Yawn.

The Fantasy Football Friends
Beat Reporter Breakdowns: Cowboys, Bucs, Steelers and Eagles. Also, Cam Akers fantasy fallout

The Fantasy Football Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 92:08


The Fantasy Football Friends breakdown the Rams' fantasy football fallout after Cam Akers' devastating injury before hopping back into the Beat Reporter Breakdowns. This episode goes deep on the Cowboys, Bucs, Steelers and Eagles.Interview timestamps:13:14: Dallas with with RJ Ochoa, manager and editor in chief of SBNation's Blogging The Boys.29:55: Tampa Bay with Greg Auman, who covers the Bucs for The Athletic.45:05: Pittsburgh with Joe Rutter, the Steelers beat reporter for TribLive and Tribune-Review Sports.54:40: Philadelphia with Gayle Saunders, Host of the 4th and Jawn podcast and editor and manager of 4th and Yawn.com.

Sorry if I offend you.
Who Raised You MotherF*#%ers

Sorry if I offend you.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 63:32


Welcome back with another week of WTH is going on... Da baby teaches kids the valuable lesson of what greed gets you and Pop Smoke releases another album from the grave? Oh and Push T still not over the Drake drama.... YAWN. Neesa sits down with Posh Session's The Podcast to talk the madness from this week starting with parental 101. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sorryifioffendyou/support

Nerdette
The Billionaire Space Race Is Yawn! I Mean On!

Nerdette

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 31:03


We unpack the week that was with Arionne Nettles and Meha Ahmad, including the Euro Cup controversy, billionaires in space, and the latest (not greatest) food trend: mac and cheese ice cream. Then, Jenn Northington and Swapna Krishna tell us about ‘Sword Stone Table: Old Legends, New Voices.' They're the editors of this incredible new anthology of King Arthur stories retold by writers who hold marginalized identities. Plus, Anna North joins to dispel the myth of lockdown as a sabbatical once and for all.

Locked On Lions - Daily Podcast On The Detroit Lions
#Lions make it official: Full Capacity for home games. Nick Williams gets a vote of confidence. More Stafford (yawn) love and a CB battle. JULY 12.

Locked On Lions - Daily Podcast On The Detroit Lions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 23:28


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Toys on Tap
Ep. 21 Toys on Tap w/ Rainbow Yawn

Toys on Tap

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 50:59


Got to sit down with the one and only Rainbow Yawn! He's got some insane knowledge on mold making, casting, and social media usage! Check him out!On instagram @rainbowyawnCommercials brought to you by Chicken Burger DiscoOn instagram @chickenburgerdiscoSponsors:if you want to become a sponsor of Toys on Tap Podcast send an email to yuckotoys@gmail.comPatreon:To support the show and keep the lights on you can donate to the Yucko Toys patreon. Go to patreon.com and search Yucko ToysRate and Review:The best way to support the podcast is to rate and review so that others can hear this sticky resin podcast!

City Cast Chicago
Biden's Visit (Yawn), Lake Michigan Woes, and Taste of Chicago 2.0

City Cast Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 14:45


Chicago started the week on a sad note. The city had its most violent weekend so far this year over the 4th of July holiday. And, unfortunately, that led to more finger pointing by officials rather than a unified front. WBEZ Senior Producer Meha Ahmad and host Jacoby Cochran talk through that story, and also how President Biden's visit to the northwest suburb of Crystal Lake didn't feel quite as exciting as past presidential visits. Plus! Moments of joy that include BBQ, neighbors and Nikole Hannah-Jones! Guest: Meha Ahmad, Sr. Producer, WBEZ Follow us on Twitter: @CityCastChicago Sign up for our newsletter: chicago.citycast.fm *Take our audience survey!

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy and Dick H1 - J.T. Tuimoloau & Justus Sheffield discussion / Mike Florio on NFL / NBA Finals a yawn

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 35:04


Softy and Dick chat about J.T. Tuimoloau going to Ohio State and how it hurts both Washington and the conference, Justus Sheffield's bad night for the Mariners and his questionable status on the big league team. Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk joins Softy and Dick to discuss the situation with N'Keal Harry and the Patriots, The Match between Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady and the situation in Green Bay, Trevor Lawrence's rookie contract and if Jacksonville can win in the next four years, if the college NIL rules will affect the NFL in any way. The boring NBA Finals, how much we will watch, and why not many people are watching.

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
Softy and Dick H1 - J.T. Tuimoloau & Justus Sheffield discussion / Mike Florio on NFL / NBA Finals a yawn

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 35:04


Softy and Dick chat about J.T. Tuimoloau going to Ohio State and how it hurts both Washington and the conference, Justus Sheffield's bad night for the Mariners and his questionable status on the big league team. Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk joins Softy and Dick to discuss the situation with N'Keal Harry and the Patriots, The Match between Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady and the situation in Green Bay, Trevor Lawrence's rookie contract and if Jacksonville can win in the next four years, if the college NIL rules will affect the NFL in any way. The boring NBA Finals, how much we will watch, and why not many people are watching.

Play It Brave Podcast
Take Your Brand from Yawn to Wow!

Play It Brave Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 36:34


Do you know who your competition is? Does their work or brand look similar to yours from afar? It's time to build a strong brand foundation and start standing out from the crowd. In this episode, branding genius, coach, and fellow-photographer, Eden Strader joins me to chat about how she set herself apart and how you can too with some simple exercises and a bit of strategy! Tune in to learn more. About Eden Strader: Eden is a six figure photographer turned business coach, leading hundreds of creative entrepreneurs in building a life of artistic growth, wealth, and personal power. In a nutshell? Eden helps creative humans discover their unique flavor of magic to create the life of their dreams. SHOW NOTES: https://darcybenincosa.com/play-it-brave/branding-eden-strader/

The Let's Talk Bitcoin Network
Unhashed Podcast - China Bans Bitcoin *yawn*

The Let's Talk Bitcoin Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021


On this week's Unhashed Podcast: Bryan upsets Charles Hoskinson with our shitcoin toilet paper, scammers are sending fake replacement devices to Ledger customers, China bans Bitcoin mining for real this time, Brock Pierce pretends to make headlines as the "official Bitcoin ambassador", South Korea tightens up exchange regulations, and Somsen gets faced with last week's Lightning round dilemma as he enters the grocery store without a mask!Charles Hoskinson himself had something to say about our Toilet Paper while on @lexfridman's Podcast. From the Founder and CEO of Cardano, 'œI was in Miami at a conference there, I had a toilet paper roll thrown at me that had shitcoin written on it'.Scammers are sending fake replacement devices to Ledger customers exposed in a recent data breach that are used to steal cryptocurrency wallets. In a post on Reddit, a Ledger user shared a devious scam after receiving what looks like a Ledger Nano X device in the mail. The device came in an authentic looking packaging, with a poorly written letter explaining that the device was sent to replace their existing one as their customer information was leaked online on the RaidForum hacking forum.China Bans Bitcoin (mining)! For real this time. From the Global Times (so you know its true), 'œMany Bitcoin mines in Southwest China's Sichuan Province - one of China's largest cryptocurrency mining bases - were closed as of Sunday, according to after local authorities ordered a halt to mining in the region on Friday amid an intensified nationwide crackdown against cryptocurrency mining. The ban also means that more than 90 percent of China's Bitcoin mining capacity is estimated to be shut down, at least for the short term, as regulators in other key mining hubs in China's north and southwest regions have taken similar harsh steps.' However, this time, it seems like there is some truth to the articles/rumors, as hash power has taken a dive (per estimated difficulty adjustments) over the last month. Blocktimes over the last 2 days have hit ~13.9 mins. Is this good for bitcoin?Elsewhere in China, as reported by ABCnews, 'œChina's biggest banks promised Monday to refuse to help customers trade Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies after the central bank said executives were told to step up enforcement of a government ban. Regulators appear to worry that despite the 2013 ban on Chinese banks and other institutions handling cryptocurrencies, the state-run financial system might be indirectly exposed to risks. Beijing also worries users might evade efforts to monitor and control the financial system. The four major state-owned commercial banks and payment service Alipay promised to step up monitoring of customers and block use of their accounts to buy or trade crypto-currencies.' '" https://abcnews.go.com/Business/wireStory/chinese-banks-promise-step-cryptocurrency-ban-78398255Brock Pierce made 'œheadlines' in more ways than one over the last week. He posted on this twitter feed that he was part of the 'œ official delegation of Bitcoin ambassadors' going to El Salvadore to meet with the president. Brock was rightfully taken to task for declaring there was any 'œofficial' bitcoin ambassadors. To make matters worse, Brock posted a screenshot of an article (including his photo above the fold on the front page) in the paper Noticia, however, internet sleuths were quick to point out that the article did not appear in either the print or digital version of the actual paper. Further sleuthing from Kim Nilsson@nikuhodai revealed that a 'œnew edition' was posted online several days after the delegation hit the ground and Brock posted the initial photo.Bitcoin Magazine writes: 'œThe Lightning Network, a Bitcoin Layer 2 scaling solution proposed in 2015 by Joseph Poon and Thaddeus Dryja, has grown a lot in just a few years. Now, the network has achieved a significant milestone of housing more than 1,500 BTC in its channels, roughly $56.55 million. Perhaps the most recent of the Lightning Network's advancements toward wider adoption relates to bitcoin exchanges adding support for the protocol. Bitfinex was the first major one to do so, allowing its users to withdraw funds directly to Lightning in 2019. Others have since followed, including Hodl Hodl, River Financial and OKEx, also providing the benefits of instant deposits/withdrawals and relatively low fees to their users'. https://bitcoinmagazine.com/technical/lightning-network-over-1500-btcCoindesk writes: 'œSouth Korea's banks are reassessing their partnerships with domestic crypto exchanges to determine whether they'll continue their current contracts. Currently, only four exchanges '" Bithumb, Upbit, Coinone and Korbit '" have established partnerships with banks. These are often referred to as the 'œBig 4.' According to South Korea's Financial Transactions Reports Act (FTRA), crypto exchanges are required to register with financial authorities by Sept. 24 of this year. After the registration deadline, exchanges will fall under the FSC's regulatory net and be subject to regular scrutiny. The banks associated with them will also be monitored to ensure that know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) protocols are being enforced. Upbit, the largest exchange in South Korea by volume, recently delisted 24 tokens and removed the fiat on-ramps for five tokens. Many view this move as an attempt by Upbit to remove any potential risk in its upcoming assessment by K Bank.' '" https://www.coindesk.com/south-korea-banks-review-partnerships-crypto-exchange

The Unhashed Podcast
China Bans Bitcoin *yawn*

The Unhashed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 66:57


On this week's Unhashed Podcast: Bryan upsets Charles Hoskinson with our shitcoin toilet paper, scammers are sending fake replacement devices to Ledger customers, China bans Bitcoin mining for real this time, Brock Pierce pretends to make headlines as the "official Bitcoin ambassador", South Korea tightens up exchange regulations, and Somsen gets faced with last week's Lightning round dilemma as he enters the grocery store without a mask!On this week's Unhashed Podcast: Bryan upsets Charles Hoskinson with our shitcoin toilet paper, scammers are sending fake replacement devices to Ledger customers, China bans Bitcoin mining for real this time, Brock Pierce pretends to make headlines as the "official Bitcoin ambassador", South Korea tightens up exchange regulations, and Somsen gets faced with last week's Lightning round dilemma as he enters the grocery store without a mask!On this week's Unhashed Podcast: Bryan upsets Charles Hoskinson with our shitcoin toilet paper, scammers are sending fake replacement devices to Ledger customers, China bans Bitcoin mining for real this time, Brock Pierce pretends to make headlines as the "official Bitcoin ambassador", South Korea tightens up exchange regulations, and Somsen gets faced with last week's Lightning round dilemma as he enters the grocery store without a mask!On this week's Unhashed Podcast: Bryan upsets Charles Hoskinson with our shitcoin toilet paper, scammers are sending fake replacement devices to Ledger customers, China bans Bitcoin mining for real this time, Brock Pierce pretends to make headlines as the "official Bitcoin ambassador", South Korea tightens up exchange regulations, and Somsen gets faced with last week's Lightning round dilemma as he enters the grocery store without a mask!

Screaming in the Cloud
Making Compliance Suck Less with AJ Yawn

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 34:13


About AJAJ Yawn is a seasoned cloud security professional that possesses over a decade of senior information security experience with extensive experience managing a wide range of cybersecurity compliance assessments (SOC 2, ISO 27001, HIPAA, etc.) for a variety of SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS providers.AJ advises startups on cloud security and serves on the Board of Directors of the ISC2 Miami chapter as the Education Chair, he is also a Founding Board member of the National Association of Black Compliance and Risk Management professions, regularly speaks on information security podcasts, events, and he contributes blogs and articles to the information security community including publications such as CISOMag, InfosecMag, HackerNoon, and ISC2.Before Bytechek, AJ served as a senior member of national cybersecurity professional services firm SOC-ISO-Healthcare compliance practice. AJ helped grow the practice from a 9 person team to over 100 team members serving clients all over the world. AJ also spent over five years on active duty in the United States Army, earning the rank of Captain.AJ is relentlessly committed to learning and encouraging others around him to improve themselves. He leads by example and has earned several industry-recognized certifications, including the AWS Certified Solutions Architect-Professional, CISSP, AWS Certified Security Specialty, AWS Certified Solutions Architect-Associate, and PMP. AJ is also involved with the AWS training and certification department, volunteering with the AWS Certification Examination Subject Matter Expert program.AJ graduated from Georgetown University with a Master of Science in Technology Management and from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Social Science. While at Florida State, AJ played on the Florida State University Men's basketball team participating in back to back trips to the NCAA tournament playing under Coach Leonard Hamilton.Links: ByteChek: https://www.bytechek.com/ Blog post, Everything You Need to Know About SOC 2 Trust Service Criteria CC6.0 (Logical and Physical Access Controls): https://help.bytechek.com/en/articles/4567289-everything-you-need-to-know-about-soc-2-trust-service-criteria-cc6-0-logical-and-physical-access-controls LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ajyawn/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AjYawn TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Cloud Economist 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 Thinkst. This is going to take a minute to explain, so bear with me. I linked against an early version of their tool, canarytokens.org in the very early days of my newsletter, and what it does is relatively simple and straightforward. It winds up embedding credentials, files, that sort of thing in various parts of your environment, wherever you want to; it gives you fake AWS API credentials, for example. And the only thing that these things do is alert you whenever someone attempts to use those things. It's an awesome approach. I've used something similar for years. Check them out. But wait, there's more. They also have an enterprise option that you should be very much aware of canary.tools. You can take a look at this, but what it does is it provides an enterprise approach to drive these things throughout your entire environment. You can get a physical device that hangs out on your network and impersonates whatever you want to. When it gets Nmap scanned, or someone attempts to log into it, or access files on it, you get instant alerts. It's awesome. If you don't do something like this, you're likely to find out that you've gotten breached, the hard way. Take a look at this. It's one of those few things that I look at and say, “Wow, that is an amazing idea. I love it.” That's canarytokens.org and canary.tools. The first one is free. The second one is enterprise-y. Take a look. I'm a big fan of this. More from them in the coming weeks.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Lumigo. If you've built anything from serverless, you know that if there's one thing that can be said universally about these applications, it's that it turns every outage into a murder mystery. Lumigo helps make sense of all of the various functions that wind up tying together to build applications. It offers one-click distributed tracing so you can effortlessly find and fix issues in your serverless and microservices environment. You've created more problems for yourself; make one of them go away. To learn more, visit lumigo.io.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. I'm joined this week by AJ Yawn, co-founder, and CEO of ByteChek. AJ, thanks for joining me.AJ: Thanks for having me on, Corey. Really excited about the conversation.Corey: So, what is ByteChek? It sounds like it's one of those things—‘byte' spelled as in computer term, not teeth, and ‘chek' without a second C in it because frugality looms everywhere, and we save money where we can by sometimes not buying the extra letter or vowel. So, what is ByteChek?AJ: Exactly. You get it. ByteChek is a cybersecurity compliance software company, built with one goal in mind: make compliance suck less. And the way that we do that is by automating the worst part of compliance, which is evidence collection and taking out a lot of the subjective nature of dealing with an audit by connecting directly where the evidence lives and focusing on security.Corey: That sound you hear is Pandora's Box creaking open because back before I started focusing on AWS bills, I spent a few months doing a deep dive PCI project for workloads going into AWS because previously I've worked in regulated industries a fair bit. I've been a SOC 2 control owner, I've gone through the PCI process multiple times, I've dabbled with HIPAA as a consultant. And I thought, “Huh, there might be a business need here.” And it turns out, yeah, there really is.The problem for me is that the work made me want to die. I found it depressing; it was dull; it was a whole lot of hurry up and wait. And that didn't align with how I approach the world, so I immediately got the hell out of there. You apparently have a better perspective on, you know, delivering things companies need and don't need to have constant novel entertainment every 30 seconds. So, how did you start down this path, and what set you on this road?AJ: Yeah, great question. I started in the army as a information security officer, worked in a variety of different capacities. And when I left the military—mainly because I didn't like sleeping outside anymore—I got into cybersecurity compliance consulting. And that's where I got first into compliance and seeing the backwards way that we would do things with old document requests and screenshots. And I enjoyed the process because there was a reason for it, like you said.There's a business value to this, going through this compliance assessments. So, I knew they were important, but I hated the way we were doing it. And while there, I just got exposed to so many companies that had to go through this, and I just thought there was a better way. Like, typical entrepreneur story, right? You see a problem and you're like, “There has to be a better way than grabbing screenshots of the EC2 console.” And set out to build a product to do that, to just solve that problem that I saw on a regular basis. And I tell people all the time, I was complicit in making compliance stuff before. I was in that role and doing the things that I think sucked and not focused on security. And that's what we're solving here at ByteChek.Corey: So, I've dabbled in it and sort of recoiled in horror. You've gone into this to the point where you are not only handling it for customers but in order to build software that goes in a positive direction, you have to be deeply steeped in this yourself. As you're going down this process, what was your build process like? Were you talking to auditors? Were you talking to companies who had to deal with auditors? What aspects of the problem did you approach this from?AJ: It's really both aspects. And that's where I think it's just a really unique perspective I have because I've talked with a lot of auditors; I was an auditor and worked with auditors' hand-in-hand and I understood the challenges of being an auditor, and the speed that you have to move when you're in the consulting industry. But I also talked to a lot of customers because those were the people I dealt with on a regular basis, both from a sales perspective and from, you know, sitting there with the CTOs trying to figure out how to design a secure solution in AWS. So, I took it from the approach of you can't automate compliance; you can't fix the audit problem by only focusing on one side of the table, which is what currently happens where one side of the table is the client, then you get to automate evidence collection. But if the auditors can't use that information that you've automated, then it's still a bad process for both people. So, I took the approach of thinking about this from both, “How do I make this easier for auditors but also make it easier for the clients that are forced to undergo these audits?”Corey: From a lot of perspectives, having compliance achieved, regardless of whether it's PCI, whether it's HIPAA, whether it's SOC 2, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera, the reason that a companies go through it is that it's an attestation that they are, for better or worse, doing the right things. In some cases, it's a requirement to operate in a regulated industry. In other cases, it's required to process credit card transactions, which is kind of every industry, and in still others, it's an easy shorthand way of saying that we're not complete rank amateurs at these things, so as a result, we're going to just pass over the result of our most recent SOC 2 audit to our prospective client, and suddenly, their security folks can relax and not send over weeks of questionnaires on the security front. That means that, for some folks, this is more or less a box-checking exercise rather than an actual good-faith effort to improve processes and posture.AJ: Correct. And I think that's actually the problem with compliance is it's looked at as a check-the-box exercise, and that's why there's no security value out of it. That's why you can pick up a SOC 2 report for someone that's hosted on AWS, and you don't see any mention of S3 buckets. You can do a ctrl+F, and you literally don't see anything in a security evaluation about S3 buckets, which is just insane if you know anything about security on AWS. And I think it's because of what you just described, Corey; they're often asked to do this by a regulator, or by a customer, or by a vendor, and the result is, “Hurry up and get this report so that we can close this deal,”—or we can get to the next level with this customer, or with this investor, whatever it may be—instead of, let's go through this, let's have an auditor come in and look at our environment to improve it, to improve this security, which is where I hope the industry can get to because audits aren't going anywhere; people are going to continue to do them and spend thousands of dollars on them, so there should be some security value out of them, in my opinion.Corey: I love using encrypting data at rest as an example of things that make varying amounts of sense because, sure, on your company laptops, if someone steals an employee's laptop from a coffee shop, or from the back of their car one night, yeah, you kind of want the exposure to the company to be limited to replacing the hardware. I mean, even here at The Duckbill Group, where we are not regulated, we've gone through no formal audits, we do have controls in place to ensure that all company laptops have disk encryption turned on. It makes sense from that perspective. And in the data center, it was also important because there were a few notable heists where someone either improperly disposed drives and corporate data wound up on eBay or someone in one notable instance drove a truck through the side of the data center wall, pulled a rack into the bed of the truck and took off, which is kind of impressive [laugh] no matter how you slice it. But in the context of a hyperscale cloud provider like AWS, you're not going to be able to break into their data centers, steal a drive—and of course, it has to be the right collection of drives and the right machines—and then find out how to wind up reassembling that data later.It's just not a viable attack strategy. Now, you can spend days arguing with auditors around something like that, or you can check the box ‘encrypt at rest' and move on. And very often, that is the better path. I'm not going to argue with auditors about that. I'm going to bend the knee, check the box, and get back to doing the business thing that I care about. That is a reasonable approach, is it not?AJ: It is, but I think that's the fault of the auditor because good security requires context. You can't just apply a standard set of controls to every organization, as you're describing, where I would much rather the auditor care about, “Are there any public S3 buckets? What are the security group situation like on that account? How are they managing their users? How are they storing credentials there in the cloud environment as well?Are they using multiple accounts?” So, many other things to care about other than protecting whether or not someone will be able to pull off the heist of the [laugh] 21st century. So, I think from a customer perspective, it's the right model: don't waste time arguing points with your auditors, but on the flip side, find an auditor that has more technical knowledge that can understand context, because security work requires good context and audits require context. And that's the problem with audits now; we're using one framework or several frameworks to apply to every organization. And I've been in the consulting space, like you, Corey, for a while. I have not seen the same environment in any customers. Every customer is different. Every customer has a different setup, so it doesn't make sense to say every control should apply to every company.Corey: And it feels on some level like you wind up getting staff accustomed to treating it as a box-checking exercise. “Right, it's dumb that we wind up having to encrypt S3 buckets, but it's for the audit to just check the box and move on.” So, people do it, then they move on to the next item, which is, “Okay, great. Are there any public S3 buckets?” And they treat it with the same, “Yeah, whatever. It's for the audit,” box-checking approach? No, no, that one's actually serious. You should invest significant effort and time into making sure that it's right.AJ: Exactly. Exactly. And that's where the value of a true compliance assessment that is focused on security comes into play because it's no longer about checking the box, it's like, “Hey, there's a weakness here. A weakness that you probably should have identified. So, let's go fix the weakness, but let's talk about your process to find those weaknesses and then hopefully use some automation to remediate them.”Because a lot of the issues in the cloud you can trace back to why was there not a control in place to prevent this or detect this? And it's sad that compliance assessments are not the thing that can catch those, that are not the other safeguard in place to identify those. And it's because we are treating the entire thing like a check-the-box exercise and not pulling out those items that really matter, and that's just focusing on security. Which is ultimately what these compliance reports are proving: customers are asking for these reports because they want to know if their data is going to be secure. And that's what the report is supposed to do, but on the flip side, everyone knows the organization may not be taking it that serious, and they may be treating it like a check-the-box exercise.Corey: So, while I have you here, we'll divert for a minute because I'm legitimately curious about this one. At a scale of legitimate security concern to, “This is a check-the-box exercise,” where do things like rotating passwords every 60 days or rotating IAM credentials every 90 days fall?AJ: I think it again depends on the organization. I don't think that you need to rotate passwords regularly, personally. I don't know how strong of a control that is if people are doing that, because they're just going to start to make things up that are easy—Corey: Put the number at the end and increment by one every time. Great. Good work.AJ: Yep. So, I think again, it just depends on your organization and what the organization is doing. If you're talking about managing IAM access keys and rotating those, are your engineers even using the CLI? Are they using their access keys? Because if they're not, what are you rotating?You're just rotating [laugh] stale keys that have never been used. Or if you don't even have any IAM users, maybe you're using SSO and they're all using Okta or something else and they're using an IAM role to come in there. So, it's just—again, it's context. And I think the problem is, a lot of folks don't understand AWS or they don't understand the cloud. And when I say, folks, I mean auditors.They don't understand that, so they're just going to ask for everything. “Did you rotate your passwords? Did you do this? Did you do that?” And it may not even make sense for you based off of your environment, but again, is it worth the fight with the auditor, or do you just give them whatever they want and so you can go about your way, whether or not it's a legit security concern?Corey: Yeah. At some point, it's not worth fighting with auditors, but if you find yourself wanting to fight the auditor all the time, at some level, you start to really resent the auditor that you have. To put that slightly more succinctly, how do you deal with non-technical auditors who don't understand your environment—what they're looking at—without strangling them?AJ: Great question. I think it goes back to before you hire your auditor. Oftentimes, in the sales process, there's questions around, “Who's come from the Big Four on your staff?” Or, “What control frameworks do you all specialize in?” Or, “How long will this take? How much will it cost?” But there's very rarely any questions of, “Who on your staff knows AWS?”And it's similar to going to the doctor: you wouldn't go to an eye doctor to get foot surgery. So, you shouldn't go to an auditor who has never seen AWS, that doesn't know what EC2 is, to evaluate your AWS environment. So, I think organizations have to start asking the right questions during the sales process. And it's not about price or time or anything like that when you're assessing who you're going to work with from an auditing firm. It's, are they qualified to actually evaluate the threats facing your organization so that you don't get asked the stupid question.If you're hosted on AWS, you shouldn't be getting asked where are your firewall configurations. They should understand what security groups are and how they work. So, there's just a level of knowledge that should be expected from the organization side. And I would say, if you're working with a current auditor that you're having those issues with, continue to ask the hard questions. Auditors that are not technical—I have a blog post on our website, and it says this is the section your auditors are the most scared of, and it's the logical access section of your SOC 2 report.And auditors that are not technical run away from that section. So, just keep asking the hard questions, and they'll either have to get the knowledge or they realize they're not qualified to do the assessment and the marriage will split up kind of naturally from there. But I think it goes back to the initial process of getting your auditor. Don't worry about cost or time, worry about their technical skills and if they're qualified to assess your environment.Corey: And in 2021, that's a very different story than it was the first few times I encountered auditors discovering the new era. At a startup, the auditor shows up. “Great, how do we get access to your Active Directory?” “Yeah, we don't have one of those.” “Okay, how do we get on the internet here?” “Oh, here's the wireless password.” “Wait, there's not a separate guest network?” “That's right.” “Well, now I have privileged access because I'm on your network.”It's like, “Technically, that's true because if you weren't on this network, you wouldn't be able to print to that printer over there in the corner. But that's the only thing that it lets you do.” Everything else is identity-based, not IP address allow listing, so instead, it's purely just convenience to get the internet; you're about as privileged on this network as you would be at a Starbucks half a world away. And they look at you like you're an idiot. And that should have been the early warning sign that this was not going to be a typical audit conversation. Now, though in 2021, it feels like it's time to find a new auditor.AJ: Exactly. Yeah. Especially because organizations—unfortunately, last year security budgets were some of the things that were first cut when budgets were cut due to the global pandemic, S0—Corey: Well, I'm sure that'll have no lasting repercussions.AJ: Right. [laugh]. That's always a great decision. So compliance, that means compliance budgets have been significantly slashed because that's the first thing that gets cut is spending money on compliance activities. So, the cheaper option, oftentimes, is going to mean even less technical resources.Which is why I don't think manual audits, human audits are going to be a thing moving forward. I think companies are realizing that it doesn't make sense to go through a process, hire an auditor who's selling you on all this technical expertise, and then the staff that's showing up and assigned to your project has never seen inside the AWS console and truly doesn't even know what the cloud is. They think that iCloud on their phone is the only cloud that they're familiar with. And that's what happens; organizations are sold that they're going to get cybersecurity technical experts from these human auditors and then somebody shows up without that experience or expertise. So, you have to start to rely on tools, rely on technologies, and that can be native technologies in the cloud or third-party tools.But I don't think you can actually do a good audit in the cloud manually anyways, no matter how technical you are. I know a lot about AWS but I still couldn't do a great audit by myself in the cloud because auditing is time-based, you bill by the hour and it doesn't make sense for me to do all of those manual things that tools and technologies out there exist to do for us.Corey: So, you started a software company aimed at this problem, not a auditing firm and not a consulting company. How are you solving this via the magic of writing code?AJ: It's just connecting directly where the evidence lives. So, for AWS, I actually tried to do this in a non-software way prior, when I was just a typical auditor, and I was just asking our clients to provision us cross-account access to go in their environment with some security permissions to get evidence directly. And that didn't pass the sniff test at my consulting firm, even though some of the clients were open to it. But we built software to go out to the tools where the evidence directly lives and continuously assess the environment. So, that's AWS, that's GitHub, that Jira, that's all of the different tools where you normally collect this evidence, and instead of having to prove to auditors in a very manual fashion, by grabbing screenshots, you just simply connect using APIs to get the evidence directly from the source, which is more technically accurate.The way that auditing has been done in the past is using sampling methodologies and all these other outdated things, but that doesn't really assess if all of your data stores are configured in the right way; if you're actually backing up your data. It's me randomly picking one and saying, “Yes, you're good to go.” So, we connect directly where the evidence lives and hopefully get to a point where when you get a SOC 2 report, you know that a tool checked it. So, you know that the tool went out and looked at every single data store, or they went out and looked at every single EC2 instance, or security group, whatever it may be, and it wasn't dependent on how the auditor felt that day.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by ChaosSearch. As basically everyone knows, trying to do log analytics at scale with an ELK stack is expensive, unstable, time-sucking, demeaning, and just basically all-around horrible. So why are you still doing it—or even thinking about it—when there's ChaosSearch? ChaosSearch is a fully managed scalable log analysis service that lets you add new workloads in minutes, and easily retain weeks, months, or years of data. With ChaosSearch you store, connect, and analyze and you're done. The data lives and stays within your S3 buckets, which means no managing servers, no data movement, and you can save up to 80 percent versus running an ELK stack the old-fashioned way. It's why companies like Equifax, HubSpot, Klarna, Alert Logic, and many more have all turned to ChaosSearch. So if you're tired of your ELK stacks falling over before it suffers, or of having your log analytics data retention squeezed by the cost, then try ChaosSearch today and tell them I sent you. To learn more, visit chaossearch.io.Corey: That sounds like it is almost too good to be true. And at first, my immediate response is, “This is amazing,” followed immediately by that's transitioning into anger, that, “Why isn't this a native thing that everyone offers?” I mean, to that end, AWS announced ‘Audit Manager' recently, which I haven't had the opportunity to dive into in any deep sense yet, because it's still brand new, and they decided to release it alongside 15,000 other things, but does that start getting a little bit closer to something companies need? Or is it a typical day-one first release of an Amazon service where, “Well, at least we know the direction you're heading in. We'll check back in two years.”AJ: Exactly. It's the day-one Amazon service release where, “Okay. AWS is getting into the audit space. That's good to know.” But right now, at its core, that AWS service, it's just not usable for audits, for several reasons.One, auditors cannot read the outputs of the information from Audit Manager. And it goes back to the earlier point where you can't automate compliance, you can't fix compliance if the auditors can't use the information because then they're going to go back to asking dumb questions and dumb evidence requests if they don't understand the information coming out of it. And it's just because of the output right now is a dump of JSON, essentially, in a Word document, for some strange reason.Corey: Okay, that is the perfect example right there of two worlds colliding. It's like, “Well, we're going to put JSON out of it because that's the language developers speak. Well, what do auditors prefer?” “I don't know, Microsoft Word?” “Okay, sounds good.” Even Microsoft Excel is a better answer than [laugh] that. And that is just… okay, that is just Looney Tunes awful.AJ: Yep. Yeah, exactly. And that's one problem. The other problem is, Audit Manager requires a compliance manager. If we think about that tool, a developer is not going to use Audit Manager; it's going to be somebody responsible for compliance.It requires them to go manually select every service that their company is using. A compliance manager, one, doesn't even know what the services are; they have no clue what some of these services are, two, how are they going to know if you're using Lambda randomly somewhere or, or a Systems Manager randomly somewhere, or Elastic Beanstalk's in one account or one region. Config here, config—they have to just go through and manually—and I'm like, “Well, that doesn't make any sense because AWS knows what services you're using. Why not just already have those selected and you pull those in scope?” So, the chances of something being excluded are extremely high because it's a really manual process for users to decide what are they actually assessing.And then lastly, the frameworks need a lot of work. Auditing is complex because their standards or regulations and all of that, and there's just a gap between what AWS has listed as a service that addresses a particular control that—there was a few times where I looked at Audit Manager and I had no clue what they were mapping to and why they're mapping. So, it's a typical day-one service; it has some gaps, but I like the direction it's going. I like the idea that an organization can go into their AWS console, hit to a dashboard, and say, “Am I meeting SOC 2?” Or“ am I meeting PCI?” I feel like this is a long time coming. I think you probably could have done it with Security Hub with less automation; you have to do some manual uploads there, but the long answer to say it has a long way to go there, Corey.Corey: I heard a couple of horror stories of, “Oh, my god, it's charging me $300 a day and I can't turn it off,” when it first launched. I assume that's been fixed by now because the screaming has stopped. I have to assume it was. But it was gnarly and surprising people with bills. And surprising people with things labeled ‘audit' is never a great plan.AJ: Right. Yeah, the pricing was a little ridiculous as well. And I didn't really understand the pricing model. But that's typical of a new AWS service, I never really understand. That's why I'm glad that you exist because I'm always confused at first about why things cost so much, but then if you give it some time, it starts to make a little bit more sense.Corey: Exactly. The first time you see a new pricing dimension, it's novel and exciting and more than a little scary, and you dive into it. But then it's just pattern recognition. It's, “Oh, it's one of these things again. Great.” It's why it lends itself to a consulting story.So, you were in the army for a while. And as you mentioned, you got tired of sleeping on the ground, so you went into corporate life. And you were at a national cybersecurity professional services firm for a while. What was it that finally made you, I guess, snap for lack of a better term and, “I'm going to start my own thing?” Because in my case, it was, “Well, okay. I get fired an awful lot. Maybe I should try setting out my own shingle because I really don't have another great option.” I don't get the sense, given your resume and pedigree, that that was your situation?AJ: Not quite. I surprisingly, don't do well with authority. So, a little bit I like to challenge things and question the norm often, which got me in trouble in the military, definitely got me in trouble in corporate life. But for me it was, I wanted to change; I wanted to innovate. I just kept seeing that there was a problem with what we were doing and how we were doing it, and I didn't feel like I had the ability to innovate.Innovating in a professional services firm is updating a Google Sheet, or adding a new Google Form and sending that off to a client. That's not really the innovation that I was looking to do. And I realized that if I wanted to create something that was going to solve this problem, I could go join one of the many startups out there that are out there trying to solve this problem, or I could just try to go do it myself and leverage my experience. And two worlds collided as far as timing and opportunity where I financially was in a position to take a chance like this, and I had the knowledge that I finally think I needed to feel comfortable going out on my own and just made the decision. I'm a pretty decisive person, and I decided that I was going to do it and just went with it.And despite going about this during the global pandemic, which presented its own challenges last year, getting this off the ground. But it was really—I collected a bunch of knowledge. I realized, maybe, two and a half years ago, actually, that I wanted to start my own business in this space, but I didn't know what I wanted to do just yet. I knew I wanted to do software, I didn't know how I wanted to do it, I didn't know how I was going to make it work. But I just decided to take my time and learn as much as I can.And once I felt like I acquired enough knowledge and there was really nothing else I could gain from not doing this on my own, and I knew I wasn't going to go join a startup to join them on this journey, it was a no-brainer just to pull the trigger.Corey: It seems to have worked out for you. I'm starting to see you folks crop up from time-to-time, things seem to be going well. How big are you?AJ: Yeah, we're doing well. We have a team of seven of us now, which is crazy to think about because I remember when it was just me and my co-founder staring at each other on Zoom every day and wondering if they're ever going to be anybody else on these [laugh] calls and talking to us. But it's going really well. We have early customers that are happy and that's all that I can ask for and they're not just happy silently; they're being really public about being happy about the platform, and about the process. And just working with people that get it and we're building a lot of momentum.I'm having a lot of fun on LinkedIn and doing a lot of marketing efforts there as well. So, it's been going well; it's been actually going better than expected, surprisingly, which I don't know, I'm a pretty optimistic entrepreneur and I thought things will go well, but it's much better than expected, which means I'm sleeping a lot less than I expected, as well.Corey: Yeah, at some point, when you find yourself on the startup train, it's one of those, “Oh, yeah. That's right. My health is in the gutter, my relationships are starting to implode around me.” Balance is key. And I think that that is something that we don't talk about enough in this world.There are periodically horrible tweets about how you should wind up focusing on your company, it should be the all-consuming thing that drives you at all hours of the day. And you check and, “Oh, who made that observation on Twitter? Oh, it's a VC.” And then you investigate the VC and huh, “You should only have one serious bet, it should be your all-consuming passion” says someone who's invested in a wide variety of different companies all at the same time, in the hopes that one of them succeeds. Huh.Almost like this person isn't taking the advice they're giving themselves and is incentivized to give that advice to others. Huh, how about that? And I know that's a cynical take, but it continues to annoy me when I see it. Where do you stand on the balance side of the equation?AJ: Yeah, I think balance is key. I work a lot, but I rest a lot too. And I spend—I really hold my mornings as my kind of sacred place, and I spend my mornings meditating, doing yoga, working out, and really just giving back to myself. And I encourage my team to do the same. And we don't just encourage it from just a, “Hey, you guys should do this,” but I talk to my team a lot about not taking ourselves too seriously.It's our number one core value. It's why our slogan is ‘make compliance suck less' because it's really my military background. We're not being shot at; we're sleeping at home every night. And while compliance and cybersecurity, it's really important, and we're protecting really important things, it's not that serious to go all-in and to not have balance, and not to take time off not to relax. I mean, a part of what we do at ByteChek is we have a 10% rule, which means 10% of the week, I encourage my team to spend it on themselves, whether that's doing meditation, going to take a nap.And these are work hours; you know, go out, play golf. I spent my 10% this morning playing golf during work hours. And I encourage all my team, every single week, spend four hours dedicated to yourself because there's nothing that we will be able to do as a company without the people here being correct and being mentally okay. And that's something that I learned a long time ago in the military. You spend a year away from home and you start to really realize what's important.And it's not your job. And that's the thing. We hire a lot of veterans here because of my veteran background, and I tell all the vets that come here when you're in the military, your job, your rank, and your day-to-day work is your identity. It's who you are. You're a Marine or you're a Soldier, or you're a Sailor; you're an Airman if that's a bad choice that you made. Sorry for my Air Force guys.Corey: Well, now there's a Spaceman story as well, I'm told. But I don't know if they call them spacemen or not, but remember, there's a new branch to consider. And we can't forget the Coast Guard either.AJ: If they don't call themselves Spacemen, that is their name from now on. We just made it, today. If I ever meet somebody in the Space Force, [laugh] I'm calling them the Spacemen. That is amazing. But I tell our interns that we bring from the military, you have to strip that away.You have to become an individual because ByteChek is not your identity. And it won't be your identity. And ByteChek's not my identity. It's something that I'm doing, and I am optimistic that it's going to work out and I really hope that it does. But if it doesn't, I'm going to be all right; my team is going to be all right and we're going to all continue to go on.And we just try to live that out every day because there's so many more important things going on in this world other than cybersecurity compliance, so we really shouldn't take ourselves too seriously. And that advice of just grinding it out, and that should be your only focus, that's only a recipe for disaster, in my opinion.Corey: AJ, thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me. If people want to hear more about what you have to say, where can they find you?AJ: They can find me on LinkedIn. That's my one spot that I'm currently on. I am going to pop on Twitter here pretty soon. I don't know when, but probably in the next few weeks or so. I've been encouraged by a lot of folks to join the tech community on Twitter, so I'll be there soon.But right now they can find me on LinkedIn. I give four hours back a week to mentoring, so if you hear this and you want to reach out, you want to chat with me, send me a message and I will send you a link to find time on my calendar to meet. I spend four hours every Friday mentoring, so I'm open to chat and help anyone. And when you see me on LinkedIn, you'll see me talking about diversity in cybersecurity because I think really the only way you can solve a cybersecurity skills shortage is by hiring more diverse individuals. So, come find me there, engage with me, talk to me; I'm a very open person and I like to meet new people. And that's where you can find me.Corey: Excellent. And we'll of course throw a link to your LinkedIn profile in the [show notes 00:29:44]. Thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me. It's really appreciated.AJ: Yeah, definitely. Thank you, Corey. This is kind of like a dream come true to be on this podcast that I've listened to a lot and talk about something that I'm passionate about. So, thanks for the opportunity.Corey: AJ Yawn, CEO and co-founder of ByteChek. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with a comment that's embedded inside of a Word document.Announcer: This has been this week's episode of Screaming in the Cloud. You can also find more Corey at screaminginthecloud.com, or wherever fine snark is sold.This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Lopes On Movies
E3 News & Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal Season 1

Lopes On Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 29:09


The boys name their top 5 horse movies and talk about the big E3 announcement which is another Marvel video game? YAWN. Most importantly though, is a discussion of Primal Season 1, a show set in prehistoric times following an unlikely duo of a cavemen and dinosaur. Tobey Maguire references this episode: 2 Listen LIVE every Wednesday at 8:30am on 91.3 WVUD, or online at: http://www.wvud.org/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

My Ship Story
The Laurie Sofferman Karner Story: Technicolor Yawn

My Ship Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 39:23


Laurie joins ships in 1992 with Windjammer Barefoot cruises as Activities Mate. Then goes to Renaissance as an Assistant Purser and Shore Ex Manager and works all over the world on the small "Ren" vessels.  She tells her funniest vomit story, gets signed-off for medical reasons in India, goes back to ships briefly in 2008 on Crystal, and makes a McDonald's run in Athens. Cook Rocks!!!

Food Court Movie Podcast
Food Court Movie Podcast Episode 137: Army of the Dead (or, Yawn of the Dead)

Food Court Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2021 74:22


  Zombie tiger, Kill Donkeys! It's time for FOOD COURT, your favorite podcast, where we brave the malls and the movie halls so you don't have to! Sean and Michael watched ARMY OF THE DEAD, the new zombie movie from visionary director Zack Snyder! Will the fellas have a rollicking zombie-killing time? Or will they wish they were killed in the opening credits? Tune in to find out! So grab your popcorn, sneak in your snacks, and pop your pepto because it’s time to be quiet because the zombies are sleeping! Bon Appétit!   Caption: It’s Not Often You Miss John Leguizombie, But Here We Are

Let Me Google That
Why Do We Yawn?

Let Me Google That

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2021 6:36


Also, important: how do fish yawn? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/letmegooglethat/support

BLUEPRINT
AJ Yawn: Cloud, Compliance and Automating Security

BLUEPRINT

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 55:59


Compliance and audit checks can be painful, and that's before you introduce additional cloud services and technology. In this episode featuring AJ Yawn we discuss some incredibly useful and actionable cloud security concepts and tools that can help your team boost visibility and reduce user permissions to help prevent breaches before they happen. In addition, we discuss what a good compliance audit should be, and how to turn audits from painful to incredibly valuable.Resources mentioned in this episode:- AWS CloudTrail: https://aws.amazon.com/cloudtrail/- AWS Well-Architected Framework:https://aws.amazon.com/architecture/well-architected/ - AWS Config: https://aws.amazon.com/config - AWS Organizations:https://aws.amazon.com/organizations/ - AWS Service Control Policies (SCP): https://docs.aws.amazon.com/organizations/latest/userguide/orgs_manage_policies_scps.html Our Guest - AJ Yawn AJ Yawn is the Co-Founder and CEO of ByteChek. He is a seasoned cloud security professional that possesses over a decade of senior information security experience with extensive experience managing a wide range of cybersecurity compliance assessments (SOC 2, ISO 27001, HIPAA, etc.) for a variety of SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS providers.AJ advises startups on cloud security and serves on the Board of Directors of the ISC2 Miami chapter as the Education Chair, he is also a Founding Board member of the National Association of Black Compliance and Risk Management professions, regularly speaks on information security podcasts, events, and he contributes blogs and articles to the information security community including publications such as CISOMag, InfosecMag, HackerNoon, and ISC2.Sponsor's Note:Support for the Blueprint podcast comes from the SANS Institute.Are you looking for the best in-depth training for your cyber defense team? Look no further than SANS blue team curriculum courses!Whether you focus on network or host data, Windows or Linux, or even specialize in open source intel, SIEM, SOC, or defensive architecture, the SANS Blue Team curriculum has the course for you. From long-time classics like SEC503 Network Intrusion Detection to the newer SEC530 Defensible Security Architecture and Engineering and SEC487 Open Source Intelligence Gathering - we've got you covered, no matter what your specialty.With an extensive archive of free webcasts on the SANS site, and free online demos available for most courses, you can easily check out the SANS blue team catalog and see which course is the best fit for you and your team.Check out the constantly growing list of available courses at sansurl.com/blueteamopsFollow SANS Cyber Defense: Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTubeFollow John Hubbard: Twitter | LinkedIn

This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast
12 May, 2021 – Episode 824 – Why Do We Yawn?

This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2021 97:05


This Week: Immune Therapy, Post-natal Depression, Birds of Instagram, Paleo Poop, Slowest Earthquake, Fossil Turducken, Headless Worms, COVID Update, Yawning Brains, Smelly Mice, Giant Lizards, Human Origins, Magneto-Sharks, Brain Bonding, And Much More... The post 12 May, 2021 – Episode 824 – Why Do We Yawn? appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass Science Podcast.

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Tuesday, April 6, 2021

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 24:25


DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 8:52): ────────────────── The Repudiation of Biblical Christianity in One Senator and Reverend’s Easter Tweet PART 2 (8:53 - 19:11): ────────────────── A Crisis of Doubt: Understanding Doubt in Relation to the Person of Jesus Christ and Faithful Christian Living CHRISTIANITY TODAY (A. J. SWOBODA AND NIJAY K. GUPTA) Jesus Was the God-Man, Not the God-Superman ALBERT MOHLER The Last Temptation of the Christian PART 3 (19:12 - 24:25): ────────────────── You Just Can’t Keep Up with the Moral Revolution, Even if Your Church Decides to Compromise Biblical Convictions In Order to Try USA TODAY (ANDREW J. YAWN) A Georgia church, kicked out of the SBC for allowing gay members, wants to make sure 'everybody’s welcome'

Psychobabble with Tyler Oakley & Korey Kuhl

In this episode Tyler and Korey discuss the outrage of the Grammy results, and how the Catholic Church can mind their own business. Also, Tyler's latest '80s movie review of Little Shop of Horrors, and an Animal Crossing update. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – February 10, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 180:18


RIP Larry Flynt, drunk Tom Brady, Mark Cuban's anthem fight, Sarah Silverman apologizes for old jokes, The Boss' DUI, Hogg v. Parkland, Cracker Barrel, and Gary Graff joins us to talk Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominations.Britney Spears Watch: Britney is ready to be a normal person, Sarah Silverman is getting in trouble for a 2007 stand-up routine and K-Fed is totally cool with Jamie Spears.Gary Graff joins the show to discuss the passing of Mary Wilson and break down the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees.Bruce Springsteen got a DUI... MONTHS ago. Jeep had to pull their 'meet in the middle' commercial.There are some substantial Rock & Roll Hall of Fame snubs.A 63-year-old thought she was hooking up with Bruno Mars. She got catfished and drained of $100,000.How did the Weeknd's Super Bowl Halftime Show go? The AP sums it up with: YAWN!!! Katy Perry is making the rounds to promote American Idol and Claudia Conway.RIP to a true free speech fighter and advocate: Larry Flynt.Mark Cuban and the NBA argue about the Dallas Mavericks playing the National Anthem.Chad Wheeler blames his bi-polar disorder for nearly beating his fiancé to death.The Super Bowl ratings seem surprisingly off this year.RIP Marty Schottenheimer. OJ had a great eulogy for the former NFL head coach that ended up really being about The Juice.Parkland survivors aren't too thrilled about David Hogg's pillow venture or capitalism in general.Tom Brady got WASTED during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers parade. And no, Tom did not say the n-word on Super Bowl Sunday.Drew finally got around to the end of The Bachelor. Thankfully we get introduced to the world's softest band: Temecula Road.Trudi demands to see the Jeff Probst nude photos.David Crosby has a hot take about Phoebe Bridgers.Dr. Dre's divorce keeps getting nastier.A polar bear murdered another polar bear at the Detroit Zoo, but he won't be put down because he just became a father. Marc is not allowed to comment or see their social media.Aunt Jemima is now the Pearl Milling Company.Cracker Barrel doesn't have racist roots even though Twitter really wanted that to be true.A police officer found the perfect loophole to get folks from live streaming him... play Sublime.Rick Beato is super mad at The Cars.Selfie businesses are on the rise... and are also a thing that exists.GM employees get $9,000 in profit sharing and you don't.Plymouth-Canton has some seriously woke students and are sick of their mascot.BranDon and Aaron Epstein both hate their internet connections.Enjoy our final conversation with Larry Flynt!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).