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Every day, stories unfold that have no resolution. Unresolved is an investigative and immersive look at those stories, as host Micheal Whelan tries to determine why these stories - unsolved crimes and other unexplained phenomena - have no ending.
 
The world is more mysterious than most people are comfortable imagining. We cross paths with the mystical from time to time and may not even notice it. If we do, we quickly return to our usually mundane daily existence. But what if we not only acknowledged the unknown, we investigated it and spoke with those in the know? That’s what co-hosts Scott & Forrest, and their producer Tess Pfeifle do at Astonishing Legends. With the power of the well-vetted Astonishing Research Corps, they have acce ...
 
Most mysteries can be solved by looking at the facts. But sometimes, the facts don’t lead to a logical explanation, and the truth lies somewhere in the unknown… Join Parcast and Crime Junkie’s Ashley Flowers as they dive deep into the strange and surreal to explain some of the world’s most bizarre true crime occurrences in the new series, Supernatural with Ashley Flowers. Every Wednesday, Ashley digs into a different mystifying crime—where the most fitting theory isn’t always the most conven ...
 
The podcast's focus will be about Indigenous issues. We will cover Missing and Murdered Indigenous women, men and children, Residential School, Sixties Scoop, the Indian Act, Indigenous deaths by police and crime. Child and Family Services and the involvement with our Indigenous children will also be discussed. Racism and classism will be explored by our own perspectives and experiences. We will speak about Winnipeg's North End and the generational trauma caused from the Indian Act that our ...
 
Risky Business is a weekly information security podcast featuring news and in-depth interviews with industry luminaries. Launched in February 2007, Risky Business is a must-listen digest for information security pros. With a running time of approximately 50-60 minutes, Risky Business is pacy; a security podcast without the waffle.
 
A podcast where hosts Mike Martin, Alex Faciane and Jesse Cox dive into the endless sea of mystery and unknown. From the horror of serial killers, to the mysteries of the occult, aliens, and inter-dimensional musicians, nothing is off the table for these three to discuss and dissect. Our world is full of mysteries, come and join Chilluminati as they dive as deep as they can into the unknown, while keeping you laughing the entire way.
 
Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation. Host Falen Johnson takes you straight into Indigenous Canada, from Halifax to Haida Gwaii, from Shamattawa to Ottawa, introducing listeners to the storytellers, culture makers and community shakers from across the country.
 
The Story Pirates believe that kids are creative geniuses. All of them.The Story Pirates are a nationally renowned group of top comedians, musicians, best-selling authors, and incredible teachers with fifteen years of experience creating content that celebrates the imaginations of kids. Winner of both the 2020 iHeartRadio Award and the Webby Award for Best Kids and Family Podcast, The Story Pirates Podcast is one of the top kids and family podcasts in the world. The Pirates have released thr ...
 
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Last week, law enforcement said it had retrieved 64 of the 75 bitcoin Colonial Pipeline paid to hackers after a ransomware attack. The announcement challenges the cryptocurrency's reputation as an untraceable form of payment. Cybersecurity reporter David Uberti joins host Amanda Lewellyn to explain how the FBI got the money back, and what it means …
 
In this episode, host Shahin Hoda chats with Leandro Perez, Vice President, Asia Pacific Marketing at Salesforce, about how he manages his team and executive stakeholders in the post-COVID world. Leandro stresses the importance of empathising with employees’ situations while working on a project. He also shares his approach to boost employee morale…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: US Government claws back Colonial ransom bitcoin. We don’t think the FBI acted alone. Meet an0m, the cute little app for planning crimes that drinks milkshakes. Ransomware stuff, duh. Trickbot developer arrested in Florida Supreme court upends CFAA “excee…
 
The US government has seized more than $2 million that was paid as ransom following a cyberattack on Colonial Pipeline last month. The incident has put more pressure on both companies and governments to step up their cyber defences. Also in today's show: Google reaches a settlement with French authorities over its advertising business, and Pascal C…
 
On Friday, May 7th, 2021, Colonial Pipeline suffered a cyberattack that forced the company to shut down its operations. As a result, gasoline outages were reported in many East Coast states. The entity behind the attack is a criminal group known as DarkSide. Nate Nelson, our Sr. producer, spoke with Assaf Dahan – Head of Threat Research at Cybereas…
 
Germany officially acknowledged genocide in colonial-era Namibia and offered compensation money for development projects benefiting descendants of the Herero and Nama peoples. Also, has Uganda lost its grip on managing Covid-19 infections? And SADC countries agree to join forces against Islamist insurgents in the north of Mozambique.…
 
Germany has acknowledged committing atrocities during early 20th century. Huge numbers of Herero and Nama people were killed by German troops. Also, hundreds of thousands flee Congolese city of Goma over fears of another volcanic eruption, and does the way we cough indicate whether or not we have Covid ?…
 
WWDC highlights, Big Tech regulation, flying cars Apple Lists 'M1X MacBook Pro' in YouTube Tags for WWDC Keynote Video. Rene picks privacy and extensibility as his favorite announcements during WWDC. WWDC 2021: macOS Monterey further blurs lines between Mac, Catalyst, and iPad apps. Jason picks Unified platform and Mac shortcuts as his favorite ann…
 
To counter an ever-expanding China, Tokyo is turning abroad in search of allies. Key to this is the recent revival of "The Quad", a strategic dialogue between The US, Australia, Japan and India. Will it be enough to counter their rising neighbour across the East China Sea? Is this the first step to creating an "Asian NATO", and what will Chinas res…
 
Andy Weir is most famous for The Martian, the science-heavy Mars survival story that was made in to a hit film starring Matt Damon, and now he's back now with a new book, Project Hail Mary.Journalist Jacqueline Maley on motherhood and ethics in her debut and the final in Michael Mohammed Ahmad's trilogy featuring his alter-ego, Bani Adam.…
 
Whether you're a fan of horror films or not, you've probably heard of the 2013 motion picture, "The Conjuring." This film, starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, struck such a chord with viewers that it spawned a franchise of related films like The Conjuring sequels, The Nun, Annabelle, and The Curse of La Llorona. But the initial movie was insp…
 
The US and its allies have agreed a huge infrastructure plan to counter China's Belt and Road initiative. Also: the Danish footballer, Christian Eriksen, is awake in hospital after collapsing during a European Championship match, and Saudi Arabia has announced strict limits for this year's Hajj pilgrimage because of the pandemic.…
 
During the French Revolution a French baron attempted to establish a colony of Frenchmen in Appalachia, at present-day St. Paul, Virginia. Today we tell you that story. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, IHeart Radio, TuneIn, Audible or wherever you find your podcasts. Thanks for listening!…
 
"Tunnel vision is deadly. We need lateral vision. That is what anthropology can impart: anthro-vision." So says renowned economist GillianTett, who trained as an anthropologist. She joins Anne McElvoy along with Tulsi Menon, who trained in anthropology and now works in advertising, for a debate about what the discipline offers business. We look bac…
 
This week, we kick off the show with an interview featuring Gene Erik, Senior Product Officer at Xcape, Inc, to talk OpenWRT for Enterprise and Labs! Then, Rob Gurzeev, CEO and Co-Founder of CyCognito joins for a technical segment all about Protecting the Attack Surface! In the Security News, Microsoft patches 6 Zero-Days under active attack, US se…
 
This week in the Security Weekly News, Dr. Doug talks: Bezos in space, Steam, VMWARE, lots of ransomwmare, Siloscape, TikTok, of course the Show Wrap Ups, and his Favorite Threat for this Week! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn126 Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitte…
 
At the WSJ's recent virtual Tech Health event, SoftBank Senior Managing Partner Deep Nishar and former Apple CEO John Sculley spoke with reporter Rolfe Winkler about how they're placing their bets when it comes to investing in healthcare technology. Amanda Lewellyn hosts. Christopher Zinsli is our supervising producer. Kateri Jochum is the executiv…
 
Dengue fever cases are cut by 77 per cent after scientists experiment with introducing Wolbachia bacteria in the eggs of the mosquitoes that cause the disease; After eight years, France announced its military campaign in the Sahel. We look at its legacy and what's next. Also, what impact has Covid-19 had on maternal health services?. And the wealth…
 
As G7 states prepare to pledge the distribution of 1 billion Covid-19 shots worldwide, the US and France are going further and calling for the suspension of intellectual property rights on vaccines. Also, investors shrug off signs of inflation, while Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing says it's ready to go public on Wall Street, paving the way…
 
I’ve long nursed vague plans of moving back to China for a few years, to solidify my place there. But with each year that passes in the US, such a move gets harder and harder to make. By Angela Qian. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodBy The Guardian
 
In 2018 Australia signed a Treaty with Timor-Leste establishing sea boundaries based on a line equidistance from each other’s coasts. Yet Australia’s seabed boundaries with Indonesia, established in the 1970s are much closer to Indonesian than Australia. How did that happen, and is it fair?
 
Less than 18 hours after Richard Carrington noticed something screwy on the sun’s surface, chaos erupted. Telegraph operators found their machines literally aflame. The Northern Lights were visible from Cuba. People and plants across the globe became convinced it was daytime. Centuries later, Ben and Noel explore the consequences of the Carrington …
 
Consumer prices have soared 5% in the US compared to a year earlier, as demand for goods and services soars. If high levels of inflation persist, the US Federal Reserve could be forced to adjust monetary policy. Also in the show: French restaurant owners weigh a settlement offer from insurance giant AXA in a case related to pandemic claims, and UN …
 
At the WSJ's virtual Tech Health event Wednesday, Google Health VP David Feinberg joined business editor Jamie Heller to discuss how Google has directed people to information about the pandemic, as well as its ventures in healthcare technology. Amanda Lewellyn hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
This week, in our first segment, we welcome Stephen Newman Vice President of Product Marketing, at Gigamon ThreatINSIGHT, to discuss " Redefining SaaS Security so SOC/IR Teams Aren’t in the Dark, Distracted, or Alone "! In the enterprise news, Proofpoint unveils people-centric innovations across its three platforms, Citrix Secure Internet Access Si…
 
From Bitcoin mines to green investment bonds: how easy is it to change the way finance works to make it greener? Professor Yu Xiong and Professor Nick Robins share their research, knowledge and concerns of these high-tech financial systems with Professor Des Fitzgerald. Professor Yu Xiong is Associate Dean International and director of the Centre f…
 
In their 100th episode, the Story Pirates attend a show by famous octopus magician Octavious the Great (Raúl Esparza). Featuring two new stories: “Popsicle Sweater,” a blissed out tune about popsicle outerwear, written by Izzy, a 6 year old from Nevada, and “The New Species,” about a detective with a bad attitude on the hunt for a local monster, w…
 
The world's biggest meat processor, JBS, paid $11 million in a ransom to hackers who disrupted its operations in North America and Australia last week. The cyberattack is the latest in a string of high-profile incidents involving ransomware. Also today, we look at the decision of Canada's Alberta province and developer TC Energy to definitively scr…
 
As regular listeners know, the soap box podcasts we publish here at Risky.Biz are wholly sponsored. That means everyone you hear in one of these podcasts, paid to be here. And this edition of Soap Box has become an annual thing – it’s our once-yearly catch up with Jerrod Chong, the chief solutions officer of Yubico, makers of the Yubikey and YubiHS…
 
This week, we turn the mic back on Vikram Prakash to discuss his newly published book One Continuous Line: Art, Architecture and Urbanism of Aditya Prakash. The conversation picks up the thread of the book, mapping out and analyzing the life and multi modal work of Vikram’s father, Aditya Prakash, in Mid Century Modern India.…
 
This week, we welcome Doug Landoll, CEO at Lantego, to talk about CMMC Program and the DIB Preparation! Doing business with the Federal government has always had its share of requirements and regulations, especially when it comes to storing, processing, or transmitting any sensitive data. In fact, organizations doing business with the Federal gover…
 
President Joe Biden has revoked a Trump-era executive order aiming to ban the popular app TikTok in the United States. However, his administration is launching a review of platforms – notably apps developed in China – that could pose a national security threat. Also in the show: El Salvador becomes the first country to approve bitcoin as legal tend…
 
The new head of the UN’s peacekeeping mission in South Sudan, Nicholas Haysom, says they will support the country in its continued transition, but that the political class need to step up. He spoke to us in an exclusive interview. We meet women around the world whose employment prospects have been hampered by the global pandemic. And a debate about…
 
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