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Welcome to FOUND, Objects With Meaning. Brought to you by Wallpaper* magazine, the global design authority, in collaboration with Vodafone Smart Tech, creators of innovative smart devices that help people stay connected to what matters most in their lives. In this series, we discover objects don’t just bring us joy, they can also spark regret. Here we talk to six leading creative minds about the ups and downs of owning – and losing – objects with meaning. See acast.com/privacy for privacy an ...
 
An iTunes award-winning tech podcast since 2012. 「狗熊有话说」播客是由 大狗熊 于 2012 年创办的独立中文知识型播客节目,以阅读、旅行、科技和个人成长为主要话题内容,是 iTunes 中国区长期推荐的节目,并被 iTunes 评选为“ 2013 年度精选最佳社会与文化播客 ”。 BearTalk Podcast is a Chinese podcast shares technology insights, book reviews, and personal improvement tips since 2012. BearTalk Podcast was the Editor's Choice of the iTunes China in 2013, which has more than 60,000 listeners.
 
Move faster. Grow smarter. Explore how you make it happen with 5g, IoT, Edge, AI, and Cloud; and the role of the ecosystem. Join our Beyond Accelerators – dynamic interviews with leaders and innovators who are driving change in the B2B CSP landscape. Learn how, why, when and what’s next. Further. Faster. Beyond.
 
Presented by Andy Smith, we bring you all the action from the 2012 Laureus World Sports Awards in London, featuring exclusive interviews with a host of sporting and Hollywood stars. Brought to you by Mercedes Benz, IWC Schaffhausen and Vodafone, the ceremony was hosted by BAFTA and Golden Globe winner,actor Clive Owen. We hear exclusively from Novak Djokovic, Vivian Cheruiyot, Rory McIlroy, Darren Clarke and Pep Guardiola as the nights big awards are handed out. Plus we hear about some of th ...
 
www.ilovenegotiating.com. Jan Potgieter is an internationally acclaimed business negotiation expert. With 16 years of elite level negotiation experience gained on assignment in more than 50 countries working with some of the world’s best known brands including Pfizer, adidas, BP, Vodafone, Nokia, TFL, the NHS and others, Jan has mastered what it takes to produce elite level negotiation results. However, negotiation isn't exclusively reserved for the marketplace. You negotiate every day, with ...
 
It's well understood that we'll be looking at system overload of our global networks due to increasing IoT traffic, emerging 4K and 8K video, and VR applications. To keep up and avoid hitting critical mass, networks have to work smarter, not harder. Join Network Insights each month as we take an in-depth look at the different ways these bandwidth killers force networks to push the boundaries of programmability and intelligence, and meet the innovators and thinkers who are building the infras ...
 
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When discussing 5G, often the tendency is to focus on innovations that are happening in large tech conglomerates, or governments. But, what if by thinking in this way, we are missing a key market? According to Vodafone UK, we are. Perhaps unexpectedly, it is the hunger from SMEs and local communities that are driving the demand for 5G solutions at …
 
SportsPro senior contributor Matt Rogan talks to Claire Harvey MBE, former Paralympian turned global inclusion lead at telecoms brand Vodafone. They talk about how to do better in the complex and sensitive area of inclusion and diversity, drawing on Claire’s experience in sport, business and beyond to try and set a path through new social norms and…
 
There’s truth in the sentiment, “teamwork makes the dream work.” When team members don’t feel included or heard in their environment, they’re not going to do their best work, so it’s up to managers, supervisors, and even global security directors to foster a workplace and culture that doesn’t allow anyone to be silenced. On this episode, Microsoft’…
 
In today’s episode Ross Lauder speaks to Jimmy Kehoe, the Head of Digital Sales at Vodafone. He is someone who has grown up in a very much sales ethos through to leadership today, doing some incredible things by way of transforming organisations from a digital sales perspective and has lots to say in that regard. We start by asking Jimmy Kehoe to s…
 
The Olympics are underway, and the authorities are on the alert for cyberattacks. Kaseya has a decryptor for the REvil ransomware, but it hasn’t said how it got the key. NSO Group says it’s not responsible for customer misuse of its Pegasus intercept tool. US policy toward Chinese cyber activities shows continuity, with some diplomatic intensificat…
 
In today’s episode we talk to Jason Hartman who is the Founder and CEO of Hartman Media. Jason Hartman has been involved in several thousand real estate transactions and has owned income properties in 11 states and 17 cities. His companies help people achieve The American Dream of financial freedom by purchasing income property in prudent markets n…
 
It’s extortion after all at Saudi Aramco. Controversy and investigation over alleged misuse of NSO Group’s Pegasus intercept tool continues. Warning of Chinese espionage from ANSSI, and China’s denunciation of all this kind of “baseless slander.” Phishing in Milanote. FIN7 resurfaces after the conviction of some key members. Dinah Davis from Arctic…
 
SportsPro editor at large Eoin Connolly and deputy editor Sam Carp are joined by Ricardo Fort, founder of the Sport By Fort consultancy and former global head of sponsorship at Coca-Cola, to look ahead to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. They discuss the reported apprehension around the host city as athletes and media arrive before the opening ceremon…
 
CISA warns of threats to industrial control systems, profusely illustrated with examples from recent history. Ransomware can be operated either in the course of privateering or as an APT side hustle. Security firms outline new and evolving threats and vulnerabilities. Reaction continues to the Pegasus Project’s reports on intercept tools. Joe Carri…
 
The US says China contracted with criminals to carry out cyberespionage campaigns. Norway says China was behind an attack on its parliamentary email system. China denounces accusations of cyberespionage as slander, and says it’s the real victim, because the CIA is the one stealing IP from China. AWS expels NSO Group from its CloudFront CDM. NSO den…
 
As Tokyo 2020 looms, SportsPro editor at large Eoin Connolly talks to Max Siegel, chief executive of USA Track & Field. They discuss preparing a team for the Olympics in pandemic conditions, how Covid-19 has affected the USATF, Sha’Carri Richardson’s THC ban, broader questions around anti-doping and competitive fairness, and how digital media and c…
 
Allied governments formally attribute exploitation of Microsoft Exchange Server to China’s Ministry of State Security. A US Federal indictment names four MSS officers in conjunction with another, long-running cyberespionage campaign. The US Department of Commerce adds six Russian organizations to the Entities List. The Pegasus Project outlines alle…
 
In today’s episode we speak to Arne Allewaert, who is the Managing Partner at AMAVI Capital. Who are trailblazers in the PropTech sector. They are an independent investment vehicle in the European network established as fourth leading in the most prominent scale, active companies in the PropTech industry. A unique space. We kick off by asking Arne …
 
The guys sacrifice an afternoon in the sun to sit in a dark studio and pod just for you, dear listener. They start by reflecting on a virtual press event held by BT/EE and try to work out what the point of it was. They move on to review Ericsson’s latest quarterly earnings, which took a hit from a downturn in China, and conclude with another go at …
 
CEO of ActiveNav, Peter Baumann, takes us on his career journey from minor home electrical experiments to the business of data discovery. He began his career as an electrical engineer, but felt an entrepreneurial spirit was part of his makeup. Following his return to college to study business and finance, Peter talks about being set on the path to …
 
Guest Nathan Howe, Vice President of Emerging Technology at Zscaler, joins Dave to discuss his team's work, "2021 “Exposed” Report Reveals Corporate and Cloud Infrastructures More at Risk Than Ever From Expanded Attack Surfaces." The modern workforce has resulted in an increase of users, devices, and applications existing outside of controlled netw…
 
Russia’s Ministry of Defense says its website sustained a distributed denial-of-service attack this morning. Facebook disrupts a complex Iranian catphishing operation aimed at military personnel and employees of defense and aerospace companies. Microsoft and Citizen Lab describe the recent operations of an Israeli intercept tool vendor. The US show…
 
In today's episode we speak to Yanev Suissa - Managing Partner, Founder at SineWave Ventures, one the most humble profiles on LinkedIn. He has been exposed to so much during his career this far, what seems like his lived many lives. From Broadway to studying gangs, to starting a fund of startups, he worked under the Bush and Obama governments on re…
 
A Chinese APT is active against targets in Myanmar and, especially, the Philippines. Cyberespionage campaigns suggest that there’s a thriving market for zero-days. MI5 warns against spying, disinformation, and radicalization. REvil continues to lie low (and the Kremlin hasn’t seen anything). CISA offers ransomware mitigation advice. Bogus Coinbase …
 
SportsPro editor at large Eoin Connolly is joined by Misha Sher, global head of sport, entertainment and culture at Mediacom, to talk about the growing role of athletes in media. They discuss the fallout from Uefa Euro 2020, with England players on the front foot over racist abuse on social platforms, what to expect from the Olympics and next year’…
 
SolarWinds patches a zero-day exploited by a Chinese threat group. Patch Tuesday notes. What’s up with REvil: takedown, retirement, rebranding, or glitch? (Don’t bet against rebranding.) Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI on cell phone carriers sneaking us ads via SMS. Our guest is Nicko van Someren of Absolute Software with a look at endpoint risk. And bot…
 
Listen in to Fred Soar, Chief Executive at Soar Print as he talks with NZ Business Podcast host Paul Spain. Soar Print is a family-owned business that has been in operation for over a hundred years and has therefore learnt how to survive - and even thrive - through decades of ongoing change, reinvention, and improvement. We learn from the Soar Prin…
 
SolarWinds addresses a zero-day that was exploited in the wild. A watering hole campaign lures users of online gaming sites. Inauthentic accounts (now suspended) get a blue check mark. Trickbot is back, with new capabilities. The DarkSide hits fashion retailer Guess. Malek Ben Salem from Accenture on Remediation of Vulnerabilities using AI. Our gue…
 
Kaseya has patched the VSA on-premises and SaaS versions affected by REvil ransomware. The US tries some straight talk about privateering with Russia, but with what effect remains to be seen. Russia’s autarkic Internet poses some challenges for international security. Iranian rail and government sites were hit with a cyber incident over the weekend…
 
In today's episode we speak to Andrew D’Souza, Co-Founder and CEO of ClearCo. Andrew has had an illustrious career as a COO and CRO and has various other interludes along the way. One of the reasons we were keen to have him on the show is how he is reinventing the investment space. We kick off with Andrew telling us how he got to this point and his…
 
Ahead of a massive weekend for sport and Scott’s marriage, the guys brave central London once more. They start by discussing JEDI – a US government public cloud project that has been complicated by having hardly any choice of vendor. They move on to the ongoing US attempt to extradite Huawei’s CFO from Canada and conclude with the unique circumstan…
 
Senior Threat Analyst and Shift Lead for VMware Taree Reardon shares her journey to becoming leader for women in the cybersecurity field. A big gamer who has always been interested in hacking and forensics, Taree found her passion while learning about cybersecurity. She's dedicated to diversity and inclusion and found her footing on a team made up …
 
Cloud attacks have become so widespread that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has warned against an increase of nation states, criminal groups and hacktivists targeting cloud-based enterprise resources. APTs such as Pacha Group, Rocke Group and TeamTNT have been rapidly modifying their existing tools to target Linux servers in the cloud. M…
 
Guest Daniel Kats, Senior Principal Research Engineer at NortonLifeLock, joins Dave to discuss his team's work, "Encrypted Chat Apps Doubling as Illegal Marketplaces." Encrypted chat apps are gaining popularity worldwide due to their central premise of not sending user data to tech giants. Some popular examples include WhatsApp, Telegram and Signal…
 
Kaseya continues to work through remediation of the VSA vulnerability exploited by REvil, with completion expected Sunday afternoon. And while REvil has made a nuisance of itself, this time they may not have seen a big payday, or at least not yet. The US is still considering its retaliatory and other options in the big ransomware case. China’s MSS …
 
As Wembley Stadium gets ready to welcome England and Italy for the Uefa Euro 2020 final, SportsPro editor at large Eoin Connolly talks to Chris Bryant, tournament director at the Football Association. They talk about the job of managing the demands of Uefa, public health authorities, local and national government as London’s role in the tournament …
 
In today's episode, we talk to Richard Thornton, who is living the dream as a Non Executive Director on various board positions, having had a successful exit from Cint, having been their Chief Commercial Officer. Cint is very much in the data and analytics space which powers organisations to make good decisions. They have had a series of funding an…
 
SportsPro editor at large Eoin Connolly and digital editor Tom Bassam welcome Jean-Baptiste Roy, founding partner of Asia Sports Tech, as they review the second and final day of SportsPro APAC. On the agenda: the distinctive social media markets of India and China and what they mean for sports brands inside and outside those countries, the efforts …
 
Ukrainian government websites may have come under an unspecified cyberattack early this week. Kaseya delays its VSA patch until Sunday, and offers assistance to victims of VSA exploitation by REvil. The US continues to mull its response to Russia over REvil and Cozy Bear. A small electric utility’s business systems go offline after a ransomware att…
 
Kaseya continues to work on patching its VSA products. The US mulls retaliation for the Kaseya ransomware campaign, as well as for Cozy Bear’s attempt on the Republican National Committee and Fancy Bear’s brute-forcing efforts. (Russia denies any wrongdoing.) Current events phishbait. Microsoft patches PrintNightmare. Joe Carrigan looks at recent u…
 
SportsPro editor at large Eoin Connolly and staff writer Ed Dixon are joined by Janna Jauhar, APEC director at Mailman Group, to wrap up the opening day of the SportsPro APAC virtual conference. They discuss topics ranging from fan engagement and content customisation during the pandemic, and how to address a breadth of local audiences, to the diff…
 
Updates on the Kaseya ransomware incident, as REvil strikes again. Concerns about other ransomware attacks against industrial targets rise. Google expels credential-stealing apps from the Play Store. Online gamers draw various threat actors. Carole Theriault examines the elements that could put you in the crosshairs for ransomware. Ben Yelin has an…
 
In today's episode we speak to Ryan Grant, Founder and CEO of Vori Health. Vori Health is an all inclusive medical and health provider practicing holistic integrated approach starting with musculoskeletal care, it offers full service physical medicine rehabilitation care, physical therapy, prescriptions imaging and lab ordering, health coaching, nu…
 
The guys reflect on what it was like to not attend the recent attenuated Mobile World Congress, which took place last week despite having all the odds stacked against it. One of the apparent highlights was a special zone dedicated to the public cloud, so they move onto discuss the latest development in that scene, before concluding with recent Open…
 
Senior technical project manager Dwayne Price takes us on his career journey from databases to project management. Always fascinated with technology and one who appreciates the aspects of the business side of a computer implementations, Dwayne attended UMBC for both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in information systems management. A strong …
 
Guest Tom Roter from Minera Labs joins Dave to discuss his team research: "Rigging a Windows Installation." It is common knowledge that pirated software might contain malware, yet millions still put themselves and their devices at risk and download from dubious sources. It is even more surprising to see the popularity of torrented operating system …
 
Mitigations for the PrintNightmare vulnerability are suggested. Wizard Spider has a new strain of ransomware in its toolkit. A new RagnarLocker strain is in circulation. NETGEAR patches router firmware. Russia reacts to US and US reports of a GRU brute-forcing campaign: Moscow says it didn’t do it. Kevin Magee from Microsoft shares some of the tool…
 
Today we Ross Lauder speaks to Gene Zolotarev - CEO at Baltic Tech Ventures, who are doing some incredible innovative approaches to investment in the Baltic region. He had a great career at a C level and we are keen to understand his motivations, what brought him to where he is, what's different about private equity and venture capital, what is spe…
 
In a special edition of the podcast, SportsPro senior contributor Matt Rogan dives deep into his new book, All To Play For: How Sport Can Reboot Our Future, in conversation with editor at large Eoin Connolly. Matt explains how a more connected vision can not only help the sport prepare for the challenges of the era to come, but also help deliver it…
 
US and British authorities warn of a large-scale GRU campaign aimed at brute-forcing its way into European and American organizations. Reports of a major cyberattack on German critical infrastructure appear very much exaggerated. IndigoZebra uses Dropbox in ministry-to-ministry deception aimed at the Afghan government. Currently active ransomware g…
 
SportsPro deputy editor Sam Carp talks to James Rothwell, head of marketing for EMEA at TikTok, about the social media company’s partnership with Uefa Euro 2020. They cover how TikTok’s campaign was brought together in the months before the tournament, what it has been doing to bring the fan conversation to its platform, and the impact that has bee…
 
A report on threats to industrial control systems is out, and it focuses on ransomware, coinjacking, and legacy malware. EternalBlue remains a problem. The US is preparing a formal attribution in the case of the Microsoft Exchange Server campaign. An international police operation has taken down DoubleVPN, and the authorities seem pretty pleased wi…
 
In this special edition of the SportsPro Podcast, editor-at-large Eoin Connolly speaks to outgoing Pac-12 commissioner, Larry Scott. As the former WTA chief executive prepares to bow out at the end of June after leading the conference for 12 years, Scott reflects on his time at the helm of the organisation, the impact of the recent federal NIL ruli…
 
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