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The Johnson County Radio Network will be discussing how damage assessment and hazard mitigation are conducted in Johnson County and the entire State of Kansas. Special guests from Johnson County's Planning Department will join host Adam Crowe and special host Brett Williamson.
With growing numbers of cybercriminals and nation state actors intent upon stealing your electronic assets, disrupting your business operations and pilfering your intellectual property, you now need proactive strategies in place to mitigate risks that go beyond a traditional perimeter firewall. The most dangerous data theft threats are coming from the internal privileged user - not always the actual user, but often an external party that compromised a privileged user with Advance Persistent Threat (APT) tactics. Allowing privileged users, such as database, server, hypervisor, cloud infrastructure and storage admins, access to sensitive data unnecessarily increases the risk surface of your business and greatly simplifies an APT's mission of stealing your most valued data. In this podcast Caleb Barlow will be joined by Vormetric Executives: CEO Alan Kessler and CSO Sol Cates, and the 2BSecure President and Former Chief Information Security Officer, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Bob Bigman. We will discuss the latest data-theft trends and modern techniques to protect your data as close to the source as possible with data centric security and data firewalls across physical, virtual, private cloud and public cloud environments. The solution will include exploration of IBM InfoSphere Guardium products, encryption techniques, strong policy controls, and security intelligence.
Topics or interested parties may also include SafeNet, Trend Micro, Oracle, NTAP, VMware, AWS, Imperva customers using or considering TDE, FDE, volume encryption, privileged users access management (PAM), Database Account Monitoring (DAM), Vulnerability assessment tools, data discovery and data leak prevention (DLP) .
Come join Common Sense Preparedness today at 7pm EST as we talk about what to expect during a power outage and hazard planning are all about.
Common Sense Preparedness Host, Tim Howard, has over 25 years in the Disaster Preparedness field.
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Our guest this morning is Eddy Weiss and if we’re lucky, his K-9 search partner Reno. Eddy is the CEO of www.chasing4life.com
Driven by an insatiable curiosity to understand the fundamental principles that create a successful life, Eddy has earned a reputation as a leading authority in the areas of Disaster Preparedness, Strategic Planning, Disaster Mitigation and practical problem solving.
Recognized as a respected authority on various subjects, Eddy has traveled across the United States presenting to libraries, businesses, chambers, civic groups, churches and schools creating a more educated and safer America while training emergency management and response agencies and speaking at National Conferences.
With all that’s been happening around the globe, Eddy’s been wondering, what if the Mayans were right?
He’s pretty convinced that many have misunderstood the end of the Mayan Calendar... could it be that they were trying to tell us our time was not running out but rather would change? With threats increasing, calamity on every shoreline and infrastructure failing, maybe it’s time to look at the possibility that we missed a warning...
I think it’s safe to say, we’ve never done a show quite like this – it should be interesting!
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Should you DIY or hire a contractor? We talk to pros who know. When it comes to deciding on DIY home projects, there are so many factors to consider: skills, tools, time, budget, and willingness to get dirty. So how much can you do yourself, and how much should you do? We're talking DIY or hire a contractor on this episode of MyFixitUpLife.
From demo to decorating, we're breaking down the DIY dilemma with a few of our favorite experts.
DIY Network's Mike Holmes tells us how he tools up Holmes Makes it Right sites to keep them safe and movin' at full-tilt boogie speed.
Restaurant Impossible designer Taniya Nayak dials us in on when it's best to DIY or hire a pro.
And 'Roger That!' hosts and designers Roger Stout-Hazard and Chris Stout-Hazard give get-it-done advice for going all-in or subbing it out.
Design, build, decorate, renovate: It's an all-pro DIY show.
Charley Hogwood discusses in his interview with Doctor Prepper how harsh economic times and record-setting natural disasters have required the American populace to learn how to adapt to the new American normal. His organization, P.R.E.P. (Personal Readiness Education Programs, LLC) has the goal to teach you, the entire family, and your business how to be able to leverage your skills from reactive to proactive readiness. By using hazard analysis, risk assessment and impact analysis methodologies, P.R.E.P. we will help you identify what to really worry about and how to reduce those impacts. From our personalized disaster plans to our skills training classes, Charley will help you have confidence in your ability to weather any storm. (www.readygoprep.com)
Bye-bye buyer’s remorse, and avoid the over-buy and under-buy.
Buying a house or improving your home? How do you get the best value for your family?
We’re breaking out the bargaining table to talk bang for your buck, price, practicality and purchasing power.
HGTV’s 'Property Virgins' host and real estate guru Egypt Sherrod talks preparing your pocketbook and personalities for first time—and any time—buyers.
A&E’s 'Sell This House' design and landscape expert Roger Stout-Hazard and Decades Furniture designer Chris Stout-Hazard talk spend-wise tips for structure and style, plus making the most of your money.
It’s real world advice for real property power.
In this episode of Your Preparation Station Hostess, Donna Miller speaks with Dr. Gordon and Laura Tessler about healthy options for both food storage and a holistic ‘medicine' cabinet. Gordon Tessler, PhD is a nationally recognized author, teacher, and natural health practitioner in the fields of clinical nutrition, bioenergetics, biostress management and Biblical health. He was personally mentored by both Paavo Airola and Dr. Bernard Jensen, two well-known nutritional pioneers. Dr. Tessler has authored several books including The Genesis Diet, Breaking the Fat Barrier, The Lazy Person's Guide to Better Nutrition and co-authored Cooking For Life with his wife Laura. Laura Tessler is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Education. Laura teaches how to practically implement health principles into our hectic daily lives. Her seminars include such topics as, “Your Kitchen - Health Insurance or Health Hazard?” and “Cooking For Life.”
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We are discussing sexual assaults in the military and how they are handled. Should Commanders be allowed to handle sexual assaults internally? What more can be done to prevent sexual assault in the Military? What more can be done to punish and prosecute offenders. Should the Military allow outside party investigators? Also Anthony Weiner caught SEXTING YET AGAIN? His shrewd wife Huma Abedin, is she really riding with him to the end? Some women thinks she is stupid for staying by her man, or is she sly as a fox?
The Steve Black Show promotes high school and college athletics that are located within the Tri-County and 25E area of southeastern Kentucky. In addition, we generate expert discussion concerning national collegiate athletics, as well as professional sports. Our goal is create a professional dialogue that serves as an avenue for athletic expression including opinions, create a sense of student-athlete awareness in all sports, and encourages involvement in sportsmanship activities and to have a great time!!
The September 19th show may be our biggest show yet. Our scheduled guests include Brian Milam of WKYT TV out of Lexington, KY. Milam was formerly the Executive Producer of Sports Overtime for WYMT TV out of Hazard KY. If that isn't enough, We will have both Bell County Football Coach Wayne Mills and Knox Central Football Coach Scott Russell together live to talk about their upcoming match-up on September 20th.
Join me and my Co-Hosts J.T. Elliott and Jon North for the Steve Black Show (Thursdays from 7-8pm this Fall).
We will be talking about Service Dog Training. Conyers Service Canines was founded in the summer of 2013 by the Conyers family. Having over 40 years of combined canine training and behavior experience, CSC's mission is to provide high-quality started and fully trained Service Dogs for those who may benefit from their unique and valuable assistance. CSC specializes in Service Dogs for those with invisible disabilities such as PTSD, Autism, Type 1 Diabetes, Hearing Impairment and fatal allergies. Each CSC Service Dog is provided to his or her Handler/family at no cost to them; funding for the acquisitions and training of these special dogs is provided by the Conyers family and the generosity of the public. CSC also offers fundraising venues through public seminars, work-place education, and school functions to help raise awareness of Service Dogs and their true purpose as essential mitigation tools and support for disabled Americans. www.conyerscanines.com