In this episode, Hunter and I review a bit about how we got here, from careers to kindness. We thank you for sticking with us through this past 19 episodes and hope you have enjoyed these conversations as much as we have.
Yehudah Sunshine is the Chief Evangelist at ohttps://www.odi-x.com/dix, a Content Disarm and Reconstruction specialist in the world of cybersecurity. Continuing the IT security series, Yehudah brings a base-line understanding of ransomware, a greater-than 30 year old technological trade, which required the physical acceptance and use of floppy disks, and now it hardly requires the installation of an app or opening of the wrong email. Join Yehudah on this episode as we learn about Ransomware’s history and why you need to pay attention to it.
In this episode of Buzzkill, Thomas Heinz joins Hunter and Jay to continue the identity discussion. This time, we dig in and talk about the importance of MFA and even uncover a little of the mystery of why it often feels like we’re either getting constant requests for an MFA check or following no distinguishable pattern.
Either way, Thomas, Jay, and Hunter dig deep on this one and try to keep this as non-technical as possible while deep diving into a highly technical topic. Join us, and let us know what questions you have so we can get you answers!
In this episode, Ryen Macababbad, Microsoft America’s Lead for Customer Architecture and Engineering, breaks security down to the basics with the CIA Triad – Confidentiality, Integrity, Security.
This is the fourth episode in the IT Security Series. Check out the rest of the series: Buzzkill E12 – What is security? Buzzkill E13 – PERSEC with Liam Cleary Buzzkill E14 – Identity Management with Stephanie Donahue Buzzkill E15 – Intersection of Privacy & Security with Dana Simberkoff [ THIS EPISODE ] This episode, we had… Continue Reading →
This week on Buzzkill we talk about Identity Management and its relationship to the modern IT infrastructure with we Stephanie Donahue – a Microsoft MVP and Regional Director and the President at PAIT Group. This conversation is an excellent summary of Identity security and how things have changed, especially with a transition to the cloud.
This week on buzzkill, we continue the IT Security Series with Liam Cleary, talking about Personal Security and how it relates to not only the security of yourself and your family but your organization’s data. We hope you enjoy this conversation as we traverse everything from wifi to social media and relate it all to the many important tools and techniques your organization should take advantage.
On the heels of the global breach using SolarWinds, we decided this would be a good time to bring Security to Buzzkill. In this episode Hunter and Jay provide an introduction to our IT Security Series. As we explore the topic, we will talk to ACTUAL security experts about why it is so important to plan for security, not only as an IT professional or programmer, but as an individual.
In this episode, we spoke with Amie Seisay about considerations organizations should have when building their IT teams. We had a great time exploring some of the reasons why, when it comes to strategy, communication, change management and other aspects of project implementation, having a diverse team is essential. We all agreed organizations really need more than developers and administrators to get things done. Training, communication and project management skills are fundamentally necessary in getting things done!
This week on Buzzkill, Jay and Hunter discuss what it means to successfully roll out technology in today’s climate. We discuss traditional IT success criteria, budget and time, but then dig into adoption and value. We posit that a modern IT rollout must consider adoption and value across the entire project, from planning through implementation to training and metrics.