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Call & Response draws upon the blues tradition of communal music making and listening. Hosted by Nashville-based musician and poet Adia Victoria, each episode is a back and forth between Adia and her guests, between their present work, and the lineage of musical ancestors that came before them, and between Adia and you.
 
The Response is a podcast series from Shareable.net exploring how to build collective resilience in the wake of disasters The podcast is part of a broader series from Shareable which includes a documentary film, articles, and a book. Find out more at www.shareable.net/the-response
 
The annual Response-Ability Summit, formerly the Anthropology + Technology conference, brings together leading experts from the social sciences and technology to champion socially-responsible tech, and to foster dialogue and collaboration across the disciplines. The summit has been curated to help today’s leading technology companies understand the significant value of combining teams of technologists with social scientists. Together we can build a future in which socially-responsible tech i ...
 
Hello and welcome to the first episode of ResponseAU and I’m your host Phillip Mitchell. This is our first episode, and in it we will set the scene for what’s to come. The initial function of this podcast is to provide you the listener a place to come and hear from the responders you know and may have served with now or in the past. We’ll be recording interviews with individuals from as many different groups of responders, initially we hope to kick things off with our second episode called “ ...
 
Tim Conley and Jack Zerby slam old school direct response marketing into the startup world. Tim has been creating direct response campaigns for 16 years and Jack has just recently discovered the power of these marketing principles that are largely ignored most of the startup world. Join Tim and Jack each week as they share strategies and tactics that take startups out of the hope-and-pray efforts and into the measurable impact of direct response marketing. You'll learn everything from online ...
 
With an expert panel of Doctors from around the World we take our listeners on a journey of discovery, charting the highs and lows of Covid-19's advancement from epidemic to pandemic, retrospective to forward-facing. Guided by our host Dr Efsathios Vasialidis, we discover the challenges for those practicing on the front line, what have been the impacts to surgery and what are the long term impacts of those challenges on patient care ? Facilitated and Hosted by STERIS and Evnia
 
Better decisions save lives.We're helping emergency services save more lives by making better decisions. Decisions [D4H] is a collaborative rescue team management tool, that helps record and analyse rescue operations. Instead of archiving information as paperwork, we generate real-time profiles of members, available resources, and experience levels. Decisions for Heroes uses this data to deliver live and intelligent information to the field.
 
Since 1984, when Dr. Robert Gallo announced at a press conference that HIV caused AIDS, there has been an ongoing debate within the medical and scientific community whether Gallo was right. Today there are over 2300 medical and scientific experts, doctors, chiropractors, researchers, journalists, and other professionals – including Nobel Prize winners and members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences – who all agree that HIV does NOT cause AIDS. In these recorded interviews and talks, ...
 
Our Podcast is about Life and Love and Purpose to the Human race led by our Heavenly Creator allowing his creation to express themselves in a civilized and humble manner touch on topics based on the Bible,Perception,Obstacles,Relationships .etc..... So I hope all the listeners can enjoy and contribute to some Shalom(Peaceful conversations )
 
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Dale Peterson talks with Ulf Lindqvist and Laura Tinnel of SRI International about the recent LOGIIC report on the (in)security of safety instrumentations systems. Particularly the IMS/AMS components that configure and manage smart instruments. They go over the three main findings, which are deadly serious and two have actionable mitigations. They …
 
Author Kiese Laymon recently got into a twitter dust up about the eternal question, Outkast v. The Beatles. He wrote, “Beatles stole southern Black and added it to British white. Outkast stole Mars and added it to southern urban Black. Outkast wins.” After reading more of what Kiese had to say about the appropriation of Black southern music, Adia k…
 
Google search may be the world’s most powerful public health platform. Dr Karen DeSalvo, Google's chief health officer, has built a team of doctors, scientists and clinicians who – alongside engineers and designers – determine what information and advice shows up when we search for answers about Covid-19, the pandemic, vaccines, and more. She also …
 
My guest today is Professor Susan Halford, who is the co-Director of the Bristol Digital Futures Institute at the University of Bristol. Susan is our academic keynote at the 2021 Summit. The Bristol Digital Futures Institute (BDFI) is a University Research Institute that pioneers transformative approaches to digital innovation. It brings together r…
 
In the latest episode of The Response Podcast, Chad Rittenberry discusses the community-led response to Winter Storm Uri in Austin Texas earlier this year. What began with a simple Facebook post offering free firewood to friends and family in and around Austin, Texas snowballed until he found himself organizing the National Guard to distribute wate…
 
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 19 of our podcast! This time we talk about Daniel's "sightseeing" trip to the Salzkammergut, our first foray into Patreon and most importantly the impact of Sedgemoor Witch and Strixhaven in general in Legacy. If you like what we are doing you can support the show on patreon.com/in-response and follow us on Twi…
 
We talk with the leadership team of the Obie-winning The Fire This Time Festival—executive director and founder Kelley Girod, producer Julienne Hairston, associate producer and director of TFTT New Works Lab A.J. Muhammad, and artistic director Cezar Williams—about how the festival has cultivated the feeling of family, why freedom of voice is essen…
 
Remember the show Gullah Gullah Island on Nickelodeon from the 90’s? The colorful worlds, songs and stories inspired by the Gullah Geechee culture were created by Adia’s family friend and the show’s creator, Natalie Daise. Spirit to spirit, Natalie and Adia connect over what it means to use stories and songs to more fully step into your own truth. …
 
Patrick Miller joins Dale Peterson to discuss the months top three stories and then give their prediction, win and fail for the month. The stories 1) What to make of the US Government's efforts in ICS security in the first 100 days of the Biden administration. 2) The Pulse Secure VPN vulnerabilities and active exploitation, the impact on ICS asset …
 
Harry's took a one-two punch in 2020 – right on the chin. First, the federal government blocked a $1.37 billion acquisition of the shaving and consumer products company; then Covid-19 lockdowns hit. Rather than reeling from the abrupt change in plans, though, Harry's kept its balance. Co-founder and co-CEO Andy Katz-Mayfield explains how the team l…
 
My guest today is Tom Hoy. Tom is one of the founding Partners at Stripe Partners, the London-based innovation consultancy. Alongside co-founders Tom Rowley and Simon Roberts, Tom has built Stripe Partners from a kitchen table to a thriving business, advising clients including Spotify, Facebook, Google, and Intel. Tom’s particular interests lie in …
 
Dale's article published on 4 May 2021. It shows how the Industrial Edge parallels Level 1 devices in capabilities using AWS as an example. And leaves a hanging question at the end. TweetMe: @digitalbond Sign Up For My Friday Newsletter at https://friday.dale-peterson.com/signup저자 Dale Peterson
 
The ICS CYBERSEC 2021 event in Israel challenged speakers by limiting sessions to ten minutes. So Dale Peterson went with the theme and focused on how doing less in two important areas can actually help improve OT and ICS security. 1) Requiring less of engineers and operators (security is not everyone's responsibility) 2) Less cyber hygiene, more e…
 
Kamasi Washington is a bonafide jazz icon and visionary who embodies the idea of music making as a communal act: collaborating with folks from across the music industry and infusing his free ranging Angeleno jazz into rock, rap and beyond. You've likely seen his name in the liner notes of your favorite artists’ work from Kendrick Lamar to St. Vince…
 
Five years of growth in five weeks. That's how Covid-19 lockdowns accelerated Instacart's business last spring. Now, a year later, the company faces another "crucible moment," says Instacart CEO Apoorva Mehta. He's leaning into what he describes as a four-sided market – including software services for grocers and advertising for product vendors – t…
 
Here is a debate between Eric Byres and me from S4x14, January 2014 that centers on the most important issue of Level 1 / PLC insecurity. The question in the debate: Is Eric Byres a SCADA Apologist or a SCADA Realist? You will see from the clips at the start there was disagreement on stage between the two friends. It came down to then, and in 2021,…
 
Jamila Woods carries a lineage in her music— artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat, Zora Neale Hurston and James Baldwin filter into her song lyrics. She channels their voices in her critically acclaimed album, LEGACY! LEGACY! not speaking for them, but instead, singing through them. On this week’s Call and Response, Adia sits down with Jamila to talk …
 
With the pandemic, cooking at home got a renewed boost, and meal kit outfits saw a rise in demand. But a year in, the trend toward at-home dining now faces a new inflection point. We're talking with Linda Findley Kozlowski, CEO of meal-kit pioneer Blue Apron, because she’s on the frontlines of assessing which pandemic-fueled behaviors will persist,…
 
Our guest today is Dr Gemma Galdon-Clavell. Gemma is the Founder and CEO of Eticas Consulting. Her multidisciplinary background in the social, ethical and legal impact of data-intensive technology has enabled her and her team to design and implement practical solutions to data protection, ethics, explainability, and bias challenges in AI. Gemma, to…
 
Last week a Bloomberg article covered the Biden Administration's plan for a 100-day sprint to secure the power grid. I'll comment on the three focus areas the article lays out and more broadly on 100-day efforts. This is my article originally published on 20 April 2021. Tweet Me! @digitalbond My Weekly Newsletter: friday.dale-peterson.com/signup…
 
We chat with Ty Jones, the Producing Artistic Director of Classical Theatre of Harlem and an award-winning stage actor (NAACP, OBIE) about rebuilding the organization to make an uptown impact, finding inspiration for programming, and creating theatre that is all about the people.
 
Rapid 7 recently made a "Strategic Investment" in SCADAfence's $12M B round and announced integration with the SCADAfence product. Dale Peterson interviews Justin Prince of Rapid 7 on their OT vision, what the integration will and won't do, where the Rapid 7 solution will sit, and future product directions. You can use your judgment on the status a…
 
“Nostalgia is a killer of truth” says roots musician Rhiannon Giddens. “Musically, what I try to do is just tell as much truth as I can.” In the first episode of Call & Response, Adia sinks into conversation with Rhiannon, and together, they trace the lineage of the banjo from the Caribbean to the Carolinas and question the whitewashing of American…
 
"It's 12 months of no meaningful revenue," says Alamo Drafthouse CEO Shelli Taylor. "And then last weekend was phenomenal." Taylor returns to the podcast to explain why the hip, culture-forward movie theater chain recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, even as movie-goers began to return back to theaters, plus the unexpected lessons s…
 
Short Review This is a book that an ICS security professional should give to friends and family to read so they know why they do what they do. Nicole guides the lay person through her compelling journey to understand the 0day market and its impact on the security of the systems we all rely on. The ICSsec pro will find it to be interesting except fo…
 
- Attention! Due to technical difficulties Peter is a little bit too quiet, you may have to turn up the volume. - After last week's April Fools day special the boys are back with a real MtG episode. This time we talk about Philipp's first foray into a legacy challenge, Daniel's new legacy Deck and Peter's opinions on the new Strixhaven spoilers. En…
 
We talk with Tony-nominated producer and recently named Global Producer of the Year Brian Moreland about the producer contributions to diversifying audiences, the need to break free of hamster-wheel conversations, and the necessity of rediscovering the North Star of Theatre.
 
Dale Peterson interviews NY Times Reporter and author of the book This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends. Some of the highlights include: 4:00 - the story of how Nicole began her 0day journey at a dinner at S4x13 19:42 - was the 0day market inevitable? 26:05 - how incentives have caused the problem and good help solve the problem 30:30 - the ICS /…
 
With 75% of U.S. customers saying they'll soon be vaccinated, Delta is embracing a new phase, opening up middle seats as of May 1. CEO Ed Bastian bet at the start of the pandemic that focusing on consumer confidence and reinforcing Delta’s brand would ultimately pay big rewards. Now that strategy will be put to the test -- even as Bastian clashes w…
 
In this episode we're in conversation with Gilbert Hill. Gilbert is a privacy technologist and he's talking at the 2021 Summit in May. Most recently Gilbert was CEO and Advisor to Tapmydata, a start-up building consumer-grade tools for people to exercise data rights, with blockchain keeping score. Before becoming CEO of TapMyData, Gilbert founded O…
 
Three answers. 1. Women Women represent 51% of the population and 57% of the college graduates in the US. They comprise less than 10% of the OT Security workforce. Solving the problem could be as simple as adding women to the OT Security workforce until they reach close to their population percentage. Encouraging and recruiting them into the field,…
 
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