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In our age of digital transformation, everything is moving to the cloud, including the management of devices, users and applications. The Infoblox ThreatTalk podcast brings you the latest thinking on how to tap the full potential of the cloud while making the most of your existing network security solutions. In each episode, leading cybersecurity experts share insights and practical advice on how to raise network security and automation to the next level across diverse on-premises, virtual a ...
 
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Intel

Intel Corporation

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Intel consistently challenges the laws of physics as it advances chip technology, leading the industry in advances in technology, education, culture, manufacturing and social responsibility. From behind-the-scenes looks into building the latest chips to breaking news updates on the products that will take advantage of the newest advances in chip technology, find out directly from the experts at Intel.
 
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Driving Ohm

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Driving Ohm

A Rogerson and Harry B

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After 6-7 years of creating content on YouTube (Electric Vehicle Man), we now have a podcast which talks more in depth about electric cars, the networks and realistic portrayals of owning an EV. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
News and Insights for Today, and Tomorrow UC Today reports on the latest unified communications and collaboration industry news and marketplace trends. Every day our tech journalists uncover the hottest topics and vendor innovations shaping the future of work.Our coverage is fully digital offering our audience authentic news and insights on the channel of their choice. We offer daily news, weekly features, video conversations and authority content aligned to the needs of business leaders in ...
 
Every month, Abigail Watson and Delina Goxho speak to a diverse group of practitioners, experts, and commentators from around the world to discuss the risks of contemporary conflict. Join us to talk about the long-term implications of securitised interventions and policies, both for democratic controls over the use of force in Europe, the US and elsewhere and for the communities most impacted in places like the Middle East, the Sahel, the Horn of Africa, South America and South-East Asia.
 
HousingWire Daily examines the most compelling mortgage, real estate, and fintech articles reported across HW Media. Each afternoon, the HW team provides our listeners with a deeper look into the stories that are helping Move Markets Forward. Hosted and produced by the HW Media team.
 
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Sounds From The Slammer

Adam Schrader and Angus Mordant

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Sounds From The Slammer, a new podcast from journalists Adam Schrader and Angus Mordant, lets listeners hear music performed and written by inmates in prisons across the country. Each episode, approximately 45 minutes long, features recorded interviews with these jailed artists and their music. This wouldn't be possible without the full support and encouragement from prison staff, who have (mostly) expressed high interest and gratitude at the opportunity to participate in our project. Correc ...
 
Welcome to the Plug In For More podcast! Mike, Tom, and Bryant are here to help you on your journey to an Electric vehicle future. Each episode we discuss current events, trends, and a specific topic of education related to EV's. We bring together a diverse experience set, and pair it with guests who are experts in the field. For even more information on EV's, check out www.EVUniverse.com
 
The Confessionals is where witnesses of the unexplained share their stories and encounters with the world. Through long-form conversations, we pull out as much detail about one's experience as possible. Join us as we delve into the unknown side of life, from bigfoot to UFOs to paranormal activity to even conspiracies.
 
CleanTechnica's Zach Shahan and Mike Barnard discuss cleantech news and original analyses with cleantech leaders, top researchers, and investment experts in the fields of solar energy, battery storage, climate change, artificial intelligence (AI), electric vehicles (EV), and more. The "Tesla Inside Out" show is also part of the CleanTech Talk podcast.
 
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"The worst outcome for Rogers is an actual real competitor, which is what we are. They know we're going to bring prices down and they don't want prices to come down." Globalive co-founder and chairman Anthony Lacavera shares why he was forced to sell Wind Mobile, and explains why it's so hard to repurchase it now as Freedom Mobile as part of the (c…
 
The United States is helping Ukraine militarily, but only indirectly. When it comes to health care for the besieged Ukrainians, the aid and cooperation are more direct. Much of the work falls to the Health and Human Services Department. Joining the Federal Drive with an update, the H-H-S assistant secretary for global affairs, Loyce Pace.…
 
In an agency as large as Veterans Affairs, with a third of a million employees, there's no shortage of things to go wrong. Often, it is whistleblowers that point them out, often to the office of inspector general. Now a bipartisan bill that passed the House would ensure continuance of a policy, that every VA employee receive training by the OIG, to…
 
A dozen senators reject the Veterans Affairs Department’s plans to reshape its health care real-estate. The senators say they won't proceed with the President’s nominees to serve on the Asset and Infrastructure Review Commission. The commission, part of the 2018 MISSION Act, is supposed to review the VA’s recommendations on how it expects to right-…
 
The security clearance process can make it difficult to move personnel from one agency to another. That’s especially true for people who need the highest levels of clearance. Lie detector requirements and other issues can bog down an application for months. The Intelligence and National Security Alliance has some new suggestions for how to make it …
 
This week’s FEDtalk show features attorneys from the law firm of Shaw Bransford & Roth (SBR) to discuss personnel issues and trends emerging from the pandemic era.The pandemic caused an immediate shift in both legal investigations and the federal workforce. As a result, many previously routine procedures and protocols had to adapt to a “new normal.…
 
On today’s episode, Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler talks with Managing Editor James Kleimann about the continued fallout at FGMC, and the effect of lower origination volume on fintech companies. Some are doing layoffs, while others are forming strategic partnerships, merging, or finding new funding sources. HW Media articles related to this episode:…
 
CISA, the FBI, the Department of the Treasury, and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network are releasing this alert to provide information on MedusaLocker ransomware. Observed as recently as May 2022, MedusaLocker actors predominantly rely on vulnerabilities in Remote Desktop Protocol to access victims’ networks. AA22-181A Alert, Technical Details…
 
Killnet hits Norwegian websites. Hacktivists are tied to Russia's government. Amunet as a case study in C2C market differentiation. C2C commodification extends to script kiddies. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos examines borderless data. Rick Howard speaks with Cody Chamberlain from NetSPI on Breach Communication. Roscosmos publishes locations of…
 
It's become an unfunny joke. No matter what crucial intellectual property gets developed in the United States, it gets stolen by China or maybe Russia. A special team deep in the Defense Department has been working on one strategy to counteract this. It looks for investments in U.S. companies by suspicious foreigners. For his work collaborating wit…
 
Federal employee whistleblower complaints are often investigated by the agency itself, rather than by the Office of Special Counsel. This can speed resolutions, or end up with complaints going nowhere. Or suppressed. Bob Tobias, professor in the Key Executive Leadership Program at American University, has looked at this question. He joined the Fede…
 
Just because you apply, doesn't guarantee you'll get federal security clearance. Lots of people make basic errors in their clearance and suitability forms. That can make things take longer than they should. Joining the Federal Drive with some tried-and-true advice on the mistakes to avoid, Shaw Bransford Roth attorney James Heelan.…
 
The House recently passed its 2023 Defense authorization bill. In it are some provisions relating to service member marijuana use and possession. In particular, asking the Military Justice Review Panel to come up with new sentencing guidelines. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione talked with the author of that provision, Maryland Congressman Anth…
 
The Government Publishing Office, an arm of Congress, has issued its vision for a hybrid workforce. About a third of its workforce is still out on full-time telework or remote work. GPO is also offering 100% telework for white-collar employees in the D.C. area, unless they’re needed in the office on a specific day. For an update, Federal News Netwo…
 
In this episode, host Nandagopal Rajan speaks to Sean Duca, the Regional Chief Security Officer for Asia Pacific at Palo Alto Networks about how to protect data in the metaverse, the question of identity theft and authentication, how the physical and digital world will blur, and the lack of rules and regulations in the nascent world of the metavers…
 
On today’s episode, HW Media Managing Editor James Kleimann sits down with HousingWire mortgage reporter, Flávia Furlan Nunes to talk about the sudden shutdown last week of the mortgage lender and investor, First Guaranty Mortgage Corportation. Articles related to this episode: PIMCO-backed FGMC lays off most staffers As FGMC shuts down, lender par…
 
Kassondra Cloos discusses what it takes to become a successful freelance travel writer with It's All Journalism producer Amelia Brust. To learn more about Cloos' work, subscribe to her Out of Office newsletter. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our weekly email newsletter. Also, listen to our podcast on…
 
In Episode 455: The Interdimensional Creature of Tennessee, Kris shares the paranormal encounters that both he and his whole family have experienced. He tells us about seeing an old lady crawling down a hallway wall, while at the same time his mother saw strange "laser" lights. Among other things, he tells stories from his family's farm including b…
 
In this episode of the National Security Podcast, we bring you the fifth instalment of the Women in National Security mini-series, produced in collaboration with Accenture. In this episode of the National Security Podcast, hosts Gai Brodtmann, National Security College Futures Council member, and Meg Tapia, Principal Director for Defence and Nation…
 
NATO's response to Killnet's cyberattacks on Lithuania. Influence operations in the interest of national market share. SOHO routers are under attack. YTStealer is out and active in the wild. RansomHouse hits AMD. CISA releases six ICS security advisories. The most dangerous software weaknesses. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen Hamilton takes a look …
 
On this week’s edition of the show, Matt Adams from The Herts Advertiser talks about the latest local news, including plans for the Alban Arena and an update on our Charter Market. Also on the show this week we get the latest book recommendations from regular correspondent Clare Hobba. Here are her choices for June: Andrea Levy – Small Island, 2004…
 
If you are among the millions that participate in the Thrift Savings Plan, you’ve probably heard about or maybe seen firsthand, some of the challenges as TSP rolled over to a new system earlier this month. The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board says it's making some progress to resolve issues like customer service delays. By now, most TSP p…
 
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is taking a big step to reduce cybersecurity risks from its employees, often the weakest cyber link. USPTO will be among the first agencies to implement a Secure Access Service Edge architecture, known as SASE. Jamie Holcombe is the chief information officer for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and Beau Hutt…
 
It's an old question. An agency awards a services contract because of specific people the contractor promised would work on the project. Then one of them quits. In the ensuing protest cases, the Government Accountability Office and the federal courts seem to be of differing minds. We get more now from Smith Pachter McWhorter procurement attorney Jo…
 
Even as the armed forces develop hypersonic missiles, the Missile Defense Agency pursues a project to develop measures to counteract enemies' hypersonics. But the program is having significant oversight problems and technical risks. For details, we turn to the acting director for contracting and national security acquisitions issues at the Governme…
 
On today’s episode, Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler talks to Lead Analyst Logan Mohtashami about rising home prices and the long-lasting effect on affordability, inventory and housing tenure. The two also discuss his recession red flags and who will get hit hardest. HW Media Articles related to this episode: How home-price growth has damaged the hous…
 
“Peace is not a technical process. Peace is deeply political.” In this episode, we explore new perspectives about what works when trying to stabilise countries troubled by long-lasting violence, crime and terrorism. What happens to societies when they’re affected by extreme violence and proscribed groups? What leads to (relative) success when build…
 
Eddie Dier from Hyrox HQ This week we speak to Eddie Dier from Hyrox HQ. Find out more about the history of Hyrox in the U.K., how the first season went and what we can look forward to in season two. Check out Hyrox HERE Check out UKOCR website Follow UKOCR on Instagram Follow UKOCR on Facebook Check out UKOCR TV Check out the UKOCR Podcast Check o…
 
Making more women aware of the opportunities a career in construction can offer is critical to attracting more people into the sector and resolving the ongoing skills crisis the industry faces. In this episode of The Engineers Collective, NCE editor Claire Smith speaks to Willmott Dixon construction manager Lianne Lawson and Mott MacDonald developm…
 
Distributed denial-of-service attacks against Lithuania. Dark Crystal RAT described. Iranian steel mill suspends production due to cyberattack. Bumblebee rising. CISA adds to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog. Music pirate sites brought down by US and Brazilian authorities. Joe Carrigan looks at Apple’s private access tokens. Mister Secur…
 
Learn about the latest in local public affairs in about the time it takes for a coffee break! Brian Callanan of Seattle Channel and David Kroman of the Seattle Times discuss what the City of Seattle is doing in response to the reversal of Roe v. Wade, the rollout of a new 988 crisis hotline, concerns about revamping the 911 system, a looming budget…
 
The House Armed Services committee spent time last week marking up the defense authorization bill for 2023. As always, the NDAA has a lot to say about procurement and contractors. But it doesn't say anything about whether they're compensated for inflation. Here with what the services contractor community is watching closely, Professional Services C…
 
A clever idea to use magnetic nanoparticles to capture valuable materials from brine. Sounds arcane, but it's blossomed into new projects that could help make the U.S. a producer, and not just a consumer, of critical minerals used in electronics and energy production. One planned pilot project, funded co-funded with industry by the Energy Departmen…
 
The American Federation of Government Employees returns to the negotiating table with Veterans Affairs officials for the largest union contract in the federal government. AFGE wants to resolve persistent points of disagreement. The union wants VA to put employees on performance improvement plans before imposing discipline. It's also wants to ensure…
 
Remember the CARES Act, enacted at the height of the pandemic? Among other things, it let agencies reimburse contractors to pay employees unable to work at an approved federal site or to telework. At the National Security Agency, lack of controls led to millions of dollars in improper payments under the CARES Act. That's according to an audit by th…
 
On today’s episode, HousingWire Managing Editor James Kleimann with Senior Mortgage Reporter Matthew Blake about his far from glamorous experience while shadowing a top-performing Chicago real estate agent, Stephanie LoVerde. They also talk about the Pheonix market and what kinds of effects that institutional investors have on local buyers, agents …
 
Richard Lee tells It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell how the Jandoli School of Communication at St. Bonaventure University used hybrid journalism to bring academic expertise to the masses during the pandemic. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our weekly email newsletter. Also, listen to our podc…
 
In Episode 454: The Inverted World, we are joined by Ashleigh from Australia for a two-part overtime episode. Ashleigh has had a life filled with the paranormal and bizarre. From "scribbled men" and the "black doorman" to out-of-body experiences, to what I at first thought was a dogman but now, with new knowledge that I've gained since our recordin…
 
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