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Welcome to the Cyber Security & Cloud Podcast #CSCP where we will explore the dark secret of cloud and cyber. The podcast focuses on people and their stories and explores the human element that brings so many people together Some episode will be for the well-seasoned cybersecurity veteran but most are about stories of infosec people and how they reach where they are now. The focus and various stream of the podcast is Cybersecurity, Cloud Security, Application Security Social Engineering, and ...
 
The Social Sickness Podcast provides a rundown of all the contagious entertainment, social and relevant news, without the symptoms. In 15 - 30 minute digestible episodes, with your hosts Christopher Walker, and Brandon Cooper this is just what the doctor would prescribe. Their calm and calculated approach to breaking news and information will leave you feeling up to date on the happenings of this ever changing world we live in. Fauci’s latest Covid regulations, national security or emmy noms ...
 
In this podcast we will discuss current affairs centered around national security, politics, religion, and social justice issues. Our goal is not to give our listeners the answers but rather to encourage them to discover their own authentic truth. My goal is to encourage people to think beyond their comfort zones. I want to encourage people to recognize their biases and challenge themselves to extend their thinking to consider different points of view. Incidentally, I do not see "bias" autom ...
 
Cybersecurity is hard and every business regardless of size struggles to deal with its complexities. One of the pressing questions executives have is where is the easy button? The Bite Size Security Podcast is for executives & business owners to stay on top of emerging cybersecurity trends, news on risks and regulations, as well as proven strategies that will simplify your approach to addressing risks. Join your host & guide Mike Fitzpatrick, the Founder & CEO of NCX Group on Bite Size Secur ...
 
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Why do some Social Security disability claims get approved within two to three months, whereas others are denied twice before you end up a year and a half later in front of a Social Security judge? More importantly, what can you do to improve your chances at an early approval? In this episode, I talk to Nashville disability attorney Pete Harris. Pe…
 
In this action-packed episode, our host TJ Null sits down with Alethe Denis, to talk social engineering, red team, blue team, raising chickens, and everything in between! Learn why Alethe was honored by DEF CON with a Black Badge following her win of the Social Engineering Capture the Flag (CTF) contest at DEF CON 27. She shares her favorite tools …
 
In this exciting episode, hear from OffSec’s chief content developers, Morten Schenk and Alex Uifalvi (Sickness). They discuss with hosts TJ Null and Jeremy Miller (Harbinger) a range of topics including course design, pedagogy, their own backgrounds, and exploit development. Learn about the philosophy behind OffSec’s courseware and their most impo…
 
In this bonus episode, pandemic restrictions are easing and people are getting back to the movie theater. In this quick bonus Brandon let's us in on his date night life hack, and we ponder if we are cheap or smart. To wrap it up Chris gives his take on Disney;s newest streaming release Cruella.โดย Social Sickness Media
 
On this episode Chris and Brandon go back to the beginning and learn more about why crypto currency is so relevant right now. We go back to the beginning and discuss the foundations of Blockchain, the thing that makes crypto currency possible. We also ask and answer, what is mining exactly? Join us for the conversation, and don't be afraid to talk …
 
An elected politician is assassinated in the street by a terrorist associated with extreme political groups, and the national response is to encourage picnics. Thousands of people are held in prison-like conditions without judicial oversight or any time-limit on their sentence. An attempt to re-assert national sovereignty and borders leads thousand…
 
States face choices when people forced to leave their states due to persecution or violence seek refuge. They may assert their sovereignty by either granting or denying entry or they may delegate refugee protection to an international organization. Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford UP, 2021) asks “why do …
 
On this episode we discuss the existence of UFOs, or UAPs. With an official government report due this month The existence or non existence of aliens is hotter than ever-- and if they do exist and could travel to earth our relationship with them would be complicated at best. So, do you believe in aliens?…
 
Bringing strategy, foreign policy, domestic and imperial politics together, this book challenges the conventional understanding as to why the British Empire, at perhaps the height of its power, lost control of its American colonies. Critiquing the traditional emphasis on the value of alliance during the Seven Years' War, and the consequences of Bri…
 
In this Episode of Bite Size Security we're going to break down the cyberattack that shut down a major pipeline in America, and how it could have been prevented. Hi, my name is Mike Fitzpatrick and today we're going to examine what really happened with the Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack, which has caused a lot of panic around here lately. It's not h…
 
Political Theorist Joel Alden Schlosser has turned his attention to Herodotus, an historian and political thinker from classical Greece, to learn how we might better think about and consider solutions to significant contemporary problems, especially those that contribute to global climate change. Schlosser explains that we are currently living in a…
 
On this episode Chris and Brandon discuss the new NBA play in tournament and playoffs, Then we recap so relevant Covid news, and Brandon shares a personal story. After that we do a deep dive into where all the babies are going this year, and we wrap up the show with our top 5 most anticipated TV and movie reboots and remakes!…
 
The American atomic bomb was born in secrecy. From the moment scientists first conceived of its possibility to the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and beyond, there were efforts to control the spread of nuclear information and the newly discovered scientific facts that made such powerful weapons possible. The totalizing scientific secrecy that t…
 
After twenty-six years of unprecedented revolutionary upheavals and endless fighting, the victorious powers craved stability after Napoleon's defeat in 1815. With the threat of war and revolutionary terror still looming large, the coalition launched an unprecedented experiment to re-establish European security. With over one million troops remainin…
 
On this episode, we wrap up our conversation on Handmaids Tale. Brandon and I try to figure out if crypto currency, is a Ponzi scheme, a slot machine, or the next big thing, and later we try to decipher our way through what’s happening with the Covid Vaccine.โดย Social Sickness Media
 
Today I talked to Joseph McQuade about his book A Genealogy of Terrorism: Colonial Law and the Origins of an Idea (Cambridge University Press, 2020). Using India as a case study, Joseph McQuade demonstrates how the modern concept of terrorism was shaped by colonial emergency laws dating back into the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Beginn…
 
What does it mean to be resilient in a societal or in an international context? Where does resilience come from? From which discipline was it 'imported' into international relations? If a particular government employs the meaning of resilience to its own benefit, should scholars reject the analytical purchase of the concept of resilience as a whole…
 
The "decline of the West" is once again a frequent topic of speculation. Often cited as one element of the alleged decline is the succession of prolonged and unsuccessful wars--most notably those waged in recent decades by the United States. This book by three Danish military experts examines not only the validity of the speculation but also asks w…
 
Western media accounts often suggest that China is rising inexorably as a global economic and political powerhouse. A new book by Luke Patey offers a more nuanced picture, focusing on the growing backlash against Chinese aspirations. Author Luke Patey, a senior researcher from the Danish Institute for International Studies, discusses his new book H…
 
In this episode, hosts TJ Null and Harbinger talk infosec with S1REN, a very accomplished member of the community and a moderator of OffSec's Discord. Among other things, they discuss how S1REN got into infosec and why, some advice for women looking to get into infosec, and why BASH, Python, and TCP/IP are so essential for people to get into before…
 
Genocide is not only a problem of mass death, but also of how, as a relatively new idea and law, it organizes and distorts thinking about civilian destruction. Taking the normative perspective of civilian immunity from military attack, A. Dirk Moses argues that the implicit hierarchy of international criminal law, atop which sits genocide as the 'c…
 
Why do liberal great powers like the United States struggle to defeat insurgencies across the globe? In her new book, Bullets Not Ballots: Success in Counterinsurgency Warfare (Cornell University Press, 2021), Professor Jacqueline Hazelton argues that they are bringing the wrong conceptual models to the conflict. As a result, they are not just figh…
 
On the first episode of The Social Sickness podcast, we discuss the Facebook ban of Former President Trump(:30), and the divorce of Bill and Melinda Gates(5:13). Then we jump to entertainment (10:45) where we've got some exciting reboots like Netflix's Master of None. Brandon gets a big surprise(13:00). We give our takes Judas and the Black Messiah…
 
Being arguably each side’s most enduring international bond, the China-Korea relationship has long been of great practical and symbolic importance to both. Moreover, as Odd Arne Westad observes in his new book, this has in many ways also been a paradigmatic kind of tie between a large ‘empire’ and smaller (though by no means small) ‘nation’, and th…
 
“It is no secret that European studies has suffered a setback in the academy”, write William Collins Donahue and Martin Kagel in their contribution to European Studies: Past, Present and Future (Agenda Publishing, 2020). In the US, area studies have waned, funding streams have dried up and students are questioning what job being a “Europeanist” wil…
 
Today I talked to Ora Szekely about Insurgent Women: Female Combatants in Civil Wars (Georgetown UP, 2019), which she co-edited with Jessica Trisko Darden and Alexis Henshaw. Why do women go to war in non-state armed groups? Despite the reality that female combatants exist the world over, we still know relatively little about who these women are, w…
 
In Losing Hearts and Minds: American Iranian Relations and International Education During the Cold War (Cornell UP, 2017), Matthew K. Shannon, an associate professor of history at Emory & Henry College, shows the complex role that Iranian student migration to the United States played in shaping the relations between the two countries. For U.S. poli…
 
The word "peacebuilding" evokes a story we've all heard over and over: violence breaks out, foreign nations are scandalized, peacekeepers and million-dollar donors come rushing in, warring parties sign a peace agreement and, sadly, within months the situation is back to where it started--sometimes worse. But what strategies have worked to build las…
 
A clear-eyed look at modern India's role in Asia and the broader world. One of India's most distinguished foreign policy thinkers addresses the many questions facing India as it seeks to find its way in the increasingly complex world of Asian geopolitics. A former Indian foreign secretary and national security adviser, Shivshankar Menon traces Indi…
 
In this action-packed episode, hosts TJ Null and FalconSpy sit down with 0xdade. Here are some of topics they discuss: How 0xdade broke into InfoSec 0xdade’s OSCP advice The importance of note taking and communication skills in InfoSec The most important quality of a pentester or red teamer 0xdade’s project, Natlas - what it is and what it does Adv…
 
The First World War marked the end point of a process of German globalization that began in the 1870s, well before Germany acquired a colonial empire or extensive overseas commercial interests. Structured around the figures of five influential economists who shaped the German political landscape, Professor of History, Erik Grimmer-Solem’s Learning …
 
For more than a hundred years, Britain’s signals intelligence agency, GCHQ, has played a central role in the conduct of British statecraft. But the organization has traditionally operated from the shadows, leaving many questions about its internal operations and its impact on policy. Now, the story of GCHQ can be told with greater clarity: A few ye…
 
Stella Ghervas's Conquering Peace: From the Enlightenment to the European Union (Harvard University Press, 2021) is a bold new look at war and diplomacy in Europe that traces the idea of a unified continent in attempts since the eighteenth century to engineer lasting peace. Political peace in Europe has historically been elusive and ephemeral. Stel…
 
A sadist. A madman. A sociopath seduced by the terrible allure of nuclear weapons. These are but a few of the pejoratives commonly used to describe United States Air Force General Thomas S. Power, Commander-in-Chief of Strategic Air Command (SAC) from 1957 to 1964. Power’s remit as CinCSAC was twofold: deter the Soviet Union from launching a nuclea…
 
Sam Stephanyan is an independent applications security consultant and Chapter Leader of OWASP London. Sam explains the history and purpose of OWASP (The Open Web Application Security Project), a non-profit that outlines the Top 10 security concerns. Francesco and Sam also discuss Nettacker, virtual hackathons and meetups, and the various ways to ex…
 
In his new book Taking Nazi Technology: Allied Exploitation of German Science After the Second World War (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019), Douglas O’Reagan describes how the Western Allies gathered teams of experts to scour defeated Germany, seeking industrial secrets and the technical personnel who could explain them. Swarms of investigators…
 
Immigration in the 21st Century: The Comparative Politics of Immigration Policy (Routledge, 2020) is an excellent primer for those looking to understand the complexities of immigration not only as a policy arena, but the study of immigration and migration, and to get a sense of the different approaches to immigration from a variety of kinds of coun…
 
Karla Reffold is the COO for Orpheus, the founder of BeecherMadden, and a contributor at Forbes. Francesco and Karla discuss supply chain issues, the recent Solarwind attack and the consequences, recent security breaches, and privacy concerns while working from home. The episode is brought you by Security Phoenix Ltd with the AppSec Phoenix platfor…
 
Our democracies repeatedly fail to safeguard the future. From pensions to pandemics, health and social care through to climate, biodiversity and emerging technologies, democracies have been unable to deliver robust policies for the long term. In Can Democracy Safeguard the Future? (Polity Press, 2021), Graham Smith, a leading scholar of democratic …
 
This is a reassessment of British and Italian grand strategies during the First World War. Dr. Stefano Marcuzzi, Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute, tries to shed new light on a hitherto overlooked but central aspect of Britain and Italy's war experiences: the uneasy and only partial overlap between Britain's strategy for imperia…
 
In this second episode of the Official Offensive Security Podcast, hosts TJ Null and Harbinger sit down with the very talented and respected Joe (BlindHacker), where they discuss the challenges and opportunities around improving accessibility for the disabled community in Infosec. BlindHacker provides insights and perspective on how we can all help…
 
Allison B. Wolf's Just Immigration in the Americas: A Feminist Account (Rowman and Littlefield, 2020) proposes a pioneering, interdisciplinary, feminist approach to immigration justice, which defines immigration justice as being about identifying and resisting global oppression in immigration structures, policies, practices, and norms. In contrast …
 
Guy Podjarny is the Co-Founder and President at Snyk, who’s focused on securing open-source code. Guy is an author, speaker, podcaster, ex-CTO at Akamai, founder of Blaze, and a startup advisor and investor. Francesco and Guy discuss the state of the industry, what it means to be empathetic and empowering, and how to create a fantastic company cult…
 
During the Cold War, cultural diplomacy was one way that the governments of the United States and the Soviet Union tried to cultivate goodwill towards their countries. As Anne Searcy explains in her book, Ballet in the Cold War: A Soviet-American Exchange (Oxford University Press, 2020), dance was part of this effort. She focuses on two tours of th…
 
The field of US foreign-relations history is not what it used to be, and that’s a good thing. Earlier historians narrowly defined the field as diplomatic history­­ and kept vast swathes of the United States’ interactions with the world from being explored. In the middle of the 1990s, for example, even the very consideration of gender in the history…
 
“Economics is the long-run driver” in the history of Europe’s monetary union, writes Richard Pomfret in the first of a new Cambridge Elements series on the Economics of European Integration: The Road to Monetary Union (Cambridge University Press, 2021). “Politics often determined the timing of the next step ... but it has not determined the directi…
 
Dina Hassan (Lecturer, Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, University of Oklahoma, USA) speaks with Nicola Pratt (Associate Professor, International Politics of the Middle East, University of Warwick, UK) about Pratt’s recent book, Embodying Geopolitics: Generations of Women’s Activism in Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon (University of Califo…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Intel’s Matt Langman and Irma Esmer join host Jake Smith to talk about the launch of 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, codename: Ice Lake. Matt talks about gen over gen performance improvements, increased memory capabilities, and advanced security features. Irma talks about the new core …
 
Eddie Jaude is an Open Source expert, the GitHub Star 2020, a passionate DevRel, and a YouTuber with 18,000+ subscribers. Eddie and Francesco continue their conversation about how security and developer teams can work better together. They also discuss Eddie’s growing online community and the importance of diversity and inclusion in the industry. T…
 
In Training for Catastrophe: Fictions of National Security After 9/11 (University of Minnesota Press, 2021), author Lindsay Thomas studies the relationship between fiction and U.S. national security — specifically, the instrumentalization of fiction in preparedness materials, in which fictional events are phrased not only as real, but as producing …
 
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