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  • 01:59

    Wonderful Life Wednesday And Guest John McAfee Founder of McAfee Antivirus

    in Politics Conservative

    We know how depressing the daily grind of politics and bad news can get.It affects us and we're pretty sure it affects our listeners.So we have decided to focus on positive,uplifting and inspirational stories of personal and/or political triumph,overcoming adversity and rising to the challenge that defines the human condition.

    It is our hope these stories will inspire us,our listeners and everyone to face life head on,overcome the adversities and challenges we face daily and rise up to the challenge called life and triumph for the greater good.

    Links to the articles can be found on our sites.Register and sign up for our newsletters.



    Today's scheduled guest is John McAfee,Founder of McAfee Associates in 1987 and pioneer in the antivirus and consumer privacy industry, John McAfee founded Future Tense Central in 2013 in a renewed effort to aid consumers in regaining control over their information and privacy. He is a 2016 Presidential candidate.




  • Tech Talk on the SoftwareONE Radio Network - CommVault, Microsoft, and Linux!

    in Technology

    Hey Tech Talkers, as we put together content for the IT Team Member, whether you’re an IT admin, CIO or CFO, our topics are designed to help every member of the team. Our goal is to provide actionable information that you need today to move your department in the direction you want it to go. So far we have had some amazing guests; the Chief Technologist for CommVault, SR Architect Azure - SoftwareONE, SR Oracle Strategist, Principal Technical Evangelist at Microsoft, Office 365 MVP, the World Famous SPLA Brothers, a VMWare Engineer and Licensing Consultant, The Principal at Denim Group, Channel Practice Lead - VMWare, SR Systems Engineer - Veeam, Vice President Sales Engineering - Kaspersky, Chief Operating Officer - BWG Strategy, Director of Product Management for Cloud-Based Business - Evault, Chief Security Advisor for LATAM · Microsoft, and Vice President Business Development - Mimecast. So tune in every Wednesday at Noon Eastern, 9:00 AM Pacific and simply put us on in the back ground until we hit a topic you are interested in. We aim to make IT fun! Who knows, maybe we will cover something that's keeping you up at night.

     Our next show is on October 7th at Noon Eastern 9:00 Pacific. Discussions will include a conversation with our friends at CommVault, the new world of antivirus, product life cycle management, and Linux in Azure. We will also have an award question worth a $25 Amazon Gift Card with a correct answer on the air, and as always, the first caller of each half hour segment will get a $25 Amazon Gift Card as well. So call in, ask a question, get an answer, give an answer, or just contribute to the conversation as we pursue the goal of helping IT departments around the world position their companies to make more money! Only on the SoftwareONE Radio Network, where IT Business meets Technical Productivity!

  • 00:34

    Endpoint Security Transformed

    in Technology

    Antivirus is officially dead as the main security defense for the endpoint:  a wave of startups and veteran security firms are moving away from signature-based protection to more proactive and adaptive detection and mitigation that better match the rapidly evolving and AV-evading threats of today. With the endpoint as typically the weakest link that attackers target, modern endpoint security technology is all about focusing on the client as both patient 0 and as a treasure trove of attack forensics intelligence.

    Join us for an in-depth discussion of why and how endpoint security is changing dramatically -- on the next episode of Dark Reading Radio, "Endpoint Security Transformed," Wednesday, October 21, 2015, 1:00 p.m. New York (10:00 a.m. San Francisco), hosted by Dark Reading Executive Editor Kelly Jackson Higgins. Our guests include Intel Security/McAfee’s Candace Worley, senior vice president and general manager of endpoint security. Register now and join us Wednesday, October 21, 2015, 1:00 p.m. ET.

  • 02:00

    Computer America - Speakr.com ; Sticky Password

    in Technology

    Computer America

    Hour one: Speakr.com.  Providing Influencer Marketing Solutions and Content Creation for Fortune 500 brands since 2010. Speakr has four years of data and campaign experience allowing them to predict performance with a near crystal ball level of accuracy, giving you the most control over the typically uncontrollable medium of social. They’ve won awards, dominated the Superbowl, March Madness, the VMA's, and dozens of opening weekends, all in the name of delivering world-class results and continuing to raise the bar for their clients. They will be joining us for a special how to segment on “how to become a social influence.” Joining us is Marco Hansell, CEO of Speakr.com.

    Hour two: Sticky Password is a robust and reliable password management option that adds one more layer of protection for their clients. Sticky Password is currently used by over 2 million people and companies worldwide. In addition to their many satisfied customers, antivirus vendors like Kaspersky Lab and VIPRE Selected Sticky Password to be integrated into their own security solutions. “Everybody has a passion. Ours is to make you feel protected while surfing and shopping on the Internet.”

  • 02:00

    Computer America - Bitdefender ; News!

    in Technology

    Computer America

    First Hour: Bitdefender. Hear all about Bitdefender's BOX. It's not just for your computers. It's for everything. Once connected to the Internet, every device, even Smart TVs, smart appliances like fridges, thermostats or gaming consoles are vulnerable to malware that silently does its work. BOX protects everything else that’s in the home: PCs, Macs, Android and iOS tablets and phones alike. It's just like an antivirus for your home network!

    Second Hour: Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!

  • 00:27

    Antivirus Software; Are they all the same?

    in Technology

    "Avast Ye!" says the Computer Repair King. See why The Computer Repair King is talking like a pirate.

  • 01:30

    What Consumers Need to Know About Antivirus Software & How To Stay Protected

    in Family

    Oliver Friedrichs, Immunet CEO joins Dave and Bill in the CyberHood to discuss their newest Security Software.

    Oliver Friedrichs (phonetic: FREE-DRIKS) - Founder and CEO, Immunet (phonetic: IMMUNE- NET)

    Prior to Immunet, Oliver spent six years at Symantec, the producers of Norton AntiVirus, serving as Director, Emerging Technologies. In this role he managed Symantec Advanced Threat Research and oversaw the delivery of new technologies to automate the generation of AntiVirus detections.

    Oliver served as co-founder at SecurityFocus until the company's acquisition by Symantec in 2002, building the industry's first early warning technology for Internet attacks, the DeepSight Threat Management System.

    Prior to SecurityFocus, Oliver served as co-founder and Vice President of Engineering at Secure Networks, Inc., acquired by McAfee in 1998. At Secure Networks, he architected and managed the development of CyberCop Scanner.

    Oliver architected and developed a prototype of the industry's first commercial penetration testing product, codenamed SNIPER, acquired by Core Security Technologies in 2001 and further developed to become CORE IMPACT, the market leader for automated penetration testing.

    Oliver has over 15 years of expertise in security technologies and has shared his expertise with many organizations, including the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Secret Service, the IRS, the DOD, NASA, AFOSI, and the Canadian DND.

    Oliver attended the University of Manitoba, has had several security-related patents issued and is also the co-author of three security related books.

  • 01:00

    Zumba Helped Guest Lose 100 Pounds: BPR Episode 7

    in Lifestyle

    Is it really possible to lose more than 100 pounds and keep it off?
    How do we protect our computers from hackers? Do you have a memory of something crazy you did in your past?
    Are senior singles having more sex today than ever?
    Join award-winning authors, Mark H. Newhouse and Lois Podoshen as they chat with active Boomers who inspire us with their knowledge and desire to try new things. Adult spoken here.

  • 01:00

    Technology Review with Mack Jackson Jr - Episode #26

    in Technology

    Did you know that over 10 million new victims of identity theft are reported to law enforcement every year?  According to the Federal Trade Commission, Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in America.

    "Technology Review with Mack Jackson Jr." will bring an increased awareness to the public on Identity Theft and communicate the importance of simple measures in protecting your business and yourself from fraud.  

    Our show segments will talk about: 

    How to protect yourself from Identity Theft

    New Tech Gadgets 

    Legal Issues That Effect Your Privacy 

    Industry Leader Interviews and much more.  


  • Kaspersky Antivirus Tech Support Number 18889591458

    in Computers

    Kaspersky being one of the leading organization working towards security software’s, has developed the antivirus software loaded with most amazing features.

    It is too light and without effecting the system performance it works silently at the background, however with these great features at times it has been recorded that issues were occurred while using Kaspersky, a tech support forum is available from the official website and a Kaspersky phone support is also available, however this is just to provide support to issues within the software.

  • 00:30

    How Close is the US to a Digital Pearl Harbor?

    in Internet

    January 10, 2010. A date that lives in infamy in the minds of cyber security experts.  That was the day Google and a number of other hi-tech firms announced they'd been hacked by the Chinese.  It was also the day the CEO of McAfee, one of the world's most popular antivirus brands, admitted its software had failed to detect the attacks. In the ongoing cat and mouse game of cyber security, this is not all that unusual.  It's common knowledge that as soon as one security hole is plugged and another piece of malware is defeated, then yet another rears its ugly head.  With the number of organized hacking rings and government sponsored cyber warfare units springing up worldwide, are we quickly coming to the point in time where it's nearly impossible to defend our digital assets?  More importantly, if multinational corporations and major banking systems are being attacked with impunity, what chance does the average citizen have of being able to secure their data?  Does a different kind of online security system need to be developed in order to prevent a digital Pearl Harbor?