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That DOS Won't Hunt

  • The Impact of AI Skills on Hiring and Career Advancement

    14 JUN. 2024 · In this episode, Matias Madou, CTO and co-founder of Secure Code Warrior; Anthony Aurigemma, chief revenue officer with Anomali; and Ed Frederici, CTO of Appfire discuss the impact AI has on career skills and professional advancement. Despite the hype, are AI skills actually vital to doing jobs?
    Escuchado 30m 26s
  • Who Owns Me: Data Monetization, Data Privacy, and Data Ownership

    7 JUN. 2024 · Votiro, IAPP, AvePoint, and Lookout discuss the intersection of data monetization, security, data privacy, and data ownership.
    Escuchado 44m 43s
  • NY Tech Week: Growing From Silicon Alley to Mainstreet

    31 MAY. 2024 · A weeklong exploration of the technology scene in New York kicks off June 3. Startups and incumbents, new founders and veterans of the market will come together at NY Tech Week to discuss their respective innovations as well as what they are curious to see evolve. New York continues to make its presence known as a tech hub as startups rise from its streets while big names such as Google and Meta have offices here. Sometimes those big players even offer supportive resources to up-and-coming New York tech companies. But is New York still just a work in progress as a tech center? What are New York’s strengths when it comes to tech and innovation? Where could it mature further? In this episode, Julie Samuels, president and CEO of Tech:NYC; Julian LaNeve, CTO with Astronomer; and Spencer Kimball, CEO of Cockroach Labs, share their thoughts on the New York tech ecosystem, what their organizations find engaging about the local tech scene, and what they hope to see develop.
    Escuchado 43m 1s
  • Navigating Google’s AI Changes to Search: Is SEO Dead?

    24 MAY. 2024 · With the rollout of Google’s Generative AI Overview for web searches, the game changed for businesses that relied on understanding how to leverage their sites and content for higher ranking. AI Overview puts an AI-generated summary at the top of the page in response to searches. Links still appear below the summary and AI Overview might not appear for every search. This raised concerns among brands and content publishers, who fear the loss of online traffic to their sites if summarized answers suffice for users. If AI Overview, which gathers available information from the web, why visit websites? Changes Google made to search were meant to de-rank sites that tried too hard to feed into Google’s search algorithm. How beneficial is that to ad revenue and getting products and brand names out there? In this episode, Pierre DeBois, CEO of Zimana Analytics, and Duane Forrester, vice president of industry insights with Yext, discuss some of the fears stirred by AI Overview, what the changes may mean, and potential long-term ways businesses will evolve in response.
    Escuchado 41m 13s
  • Fallout When the Chips Are Down

    18 MAY. 2024 · What if we lived in a world without semiconductor chips? Tony Moor, senior director of silicon lab services with IOActive, and Shane Snider, senior writer with InformationWeek, join in for a conversation on our reliance on semiconductor chips. In the alternate retrofuture of the popular "Fallout" streaming series and video game franchise, semiconductors never caught on as a backbone for computer technology. Instead of silicon chips, vacuum tubes became the mainstay of technology, which had a variety of repercussions after the world of "Fallout" went thermonuclear. In the real world, just a couple of years ago a shortage in semiconductor chips had companies and manufacturers scrambling for ways to compensate. Even now, demand conitnues for semiconductor-based chips from smartphones to supporting the latest strides in AI. This episode of DOS Won't Hunt takes a look at what was learned from dealing with past shortages in chips as current demand continues, and how that might change is technology needs evolve. Are there any alternatives to current chip tech that might be put to work for compute? Could industry get by through recycling chips to meet future demand? Will innovation stall if there are not enough chips to go around?
    Escuchado 24m 20s
  • RSA Conference Takeaways: Fighting New Threats and Disinfo

    10 MAY. 2024 · RSA Conference 2024 has come to a close, wrapping up a plethora of announcements on cybersecurity from government authorities, concerns about the continued rise of disinformation, and the roles AI may take, on defense and offense, in the mix. Iain Mulholland, senior director, cloud CISO with Google Cloud; Masha Sedova, vice president of human risk strategy at Mimecast; Jason Mar-Tang, field CISO at Pentera; and Etay Maor, chief security strategist with Cato Networks, shared some of their takeaways from this year's conference.
    Escuchado 56m 3s
  • Cloud Security and the Know-Your-Customer Executive Orders

    3 MAY. 2024 · With executive orders from the Biden administration in play, cloud service providers are being called upon for insight into who uses their services to, ostensibly, thwart bad actors from overseas. Federal authorities want to identify anonymous cyber attackers who try to tap domestic cloud services to launch attacks, but there has been some pushback from aspects of the industry. Some of the complaints against the “know-your-customer” requirements include the potential costs of compliance, effectiveness of the measures, and how it might hurt competition. In this episode, Kyle Dewar, director with Tanium, and Chuck Herrin, field CTO with F5, discuss some of the threats the new rules are aimed at, questions raised about tech companies working more closely with federal authorities, and what this may mean for privacy.
    Escuchado 26m 18s
  • Privacy, Surveillance, & Tech: What FISA’s Renewal Means

    26 ABR. 2024 · Meant to arm federal authorities with intelligence gleaned from telecom and other sources, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act was renewed recently, but not without debate down to the deadline for renewal. Richard Searle, chief AI officer with Fortanix, and Cobun Zweifel-Keegan, managing director of the Washington, DC office of IAPP, discuss FISA's renewal, questions raised for tech companies and privacy professionals, and what the policy landscape looks like as the US government makes moves, while touting security and privacy concerns, on TikTok.
    Escuchado 32m
  • How to Balance Disaster Recovery, Backup Systems, and Security

    19 ABR. 2024 · Dale Zabriskie, field CISO with Cohesity, and Kim Larsen, CISO with Keepit, discuss ways disaster recovery can work more closely with security, and what that means for zero trust and backup systems.
    Escuchado 27m 45s
  • AI and Quantum Computing: High Risks or Big Boons to Fintech?

    12 ABR. 2024 · Doug Hathaway, vice president of engineering with Versapay; Prashant Kelker, chief strategy officer with ISG; and Sitaram Iyer, senior director of cloud native solutions with Venafi, discuss how AI and quantum computing may present high risks or big boons to fintech.
    Escuchado 36m 22s

Not every piece of tech or strategy you try works. That doesn't mean transformation plans come to a complete halt. Sometimes you have to shelve an idea and attempt a...

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Not every piece of tech or strategy you try works. That doesn't mean transformation plans come to a complete halt. Sometimes you have to shelve an idea and attempt a new approach.

"That DOS Won't Hunt," hosted by InformationWeek's Joao-Pierre S. Ruth, is a discussion of tech and strategy problems enterprises face, the options they explore, the ultimate solutions they find, and the ROI to the organization.
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