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This Vondran Legal Hour legal podcast discusses the role of the "informant" in software audit cases. Some things to consider asking the opposing party (usually an intellectual property law firm) when faced with a voluntary audit:
1. Who is the informant?
2. What information did they give you?
3. We believe confidential trade secrets have been stolen (you are assisting that)
4. Did the informant sign a "declaration" under penalty of perjury?
5. How do you know they are telling the truth?
6. Is there a Civil RICO violation going on?
7. How can I be sure there is actually an "informant" and that this is not an illegal shake-down?
8. What is the "probable cause" evidence you have (this is a cirminal law term we have borrowed because it seems to make sense in softwrae licensing cases)
Call us at (877) 276-5084. Each case has its own factors that must be looked at.
Day two live from the Intel Developer Forum with Allyson brings you Art King (Spidercloud) discussing wireless ecosystems, Lynn Comp (Intel) chatting about the network transformation, Bryce Olson (Intel) highlighting the Intel Cancer Cloud initiative, and Renu Navale (Intel) detailing an exciting NFV announcement from Intel.
Allyson will be live from the technology showcase of the 2015 Intel Developer Forum with guests including; James Reinders (Intel) discussing Modern Code, Curt Aubley (Intel) outlining the top tech trends of IDF, Geoff Hollingworth (Ericsson) looking at the NFV industry, and many more exciting guests.
Wondering what’s happening in the world of IT Security? Check us out while we check out what INTEL is doing in this crazy world of Security. With INTEL’s purchase of McAfee, listen as we go through the exciting new announcements, unbelievable headlines, and all the fantastic events happening this week at INTEL’s Focus 2015.
So Tune in on October 28th, for a special edition of Tech Talk live from the floor of INTEL Focus 2015 in Las Vegas Nevada. If you need more ideas for securing infrastructure and projects, and really who doesn't, listen in as we discuss the conference, what's going on with our featured guests at INTEL/McAfee, INTEL's plans for the Internet of Things, and talk to attendees on what they are there to see and how it's going! We will also talk to a CIO on hiring Trusted Advisors in the IT Industry. Also, our start time will shift to accommodate the conference schedule so tune it at 2:00 PM Eastern 11:00 AM Pacific for the start of the show! Call in to ask any of us a question. The number to call is (347) 637-1009! We will be giving away Amazon Gift Cards, T-shirts, and other great conference give aways. Also, if you’re attending INTEL Focus 2015, come see us at booth 209. If you tell us you're a Listener of the Show we have a special give away for you. Only on the SoftwareONE Radio Network!
2:00 PM EDT - INTEL Focus 2015
2:30 PM EDT - Featured Guest INTEL/McAfee
3:00 PM EDT - Featured CIO Interview
3:30 PM EDT - INTEL's Internet of Things
4:00 PM EDT - INTEL Conference Attendees
4:30 PM EDT - Q&A Anything that's on your mind
Hour one: Intel. Jason Ziller, Director, Thunderbolt Marketing & Planning. Bruce Snell, Director of Technical Solutions, Intel Security
Intel is our guest today in this Intel Sponsor Hour! Today, we have TWO Intel representatives with us. In the first half hour we'll be talking about Intel's Thunderbolt technology with Jason Ziller. And in the second half hour, we'll be talking about wearable technology items that make great gifts for the upcoming holidays with Bruce Snell.
Hour two: Mushroom Networks. Dr. Cahit "Jay" Akin, CEO.
Mushroom Networks is a San Diego, California-based company with the mission to provide innovative networking solutions. Their products and services are focused on a range of networking solutions for enterprises and small/medium sized businesses in various industries. Their solutions bridge the technology gap to the future by enabling applications today, that are otherwise not possible. Mushroom Networks was founded in 2004 as a spin-off from the University of California at San Diego. The leadership team has over 70 years of collective cutting edge research and development experience in the networking field, and has management experiences at a wide array of companies from small and large technology enterprises to venture capital. Mushroom Networks’ products are based on the unique and patent pending Broadband Bonding® technology developed by their engineering team through extensive research and development.
On this blogtalk episode we will engage with the Angels, specifically Metatron, for greater awareness and clarity for your life path. Metatron has the keen ability to transform your very being within the hour of this call. We intend to energetically Clear with the Angels through very simple practices you can take home with you. Additionally we will Activate your subconsciousness into remembering your truth. The Healing portion of the program will help you to gain awareness of the self while feeling the divinity within you. Then as we move into receiving Intel, your heart will be open to learning your path and your mission on Earth.
All parts of the human are changing. You are receiving an accelerated point of reality, which means you can master it at any time. Check out www.MetatronAngel.Com for additional information.
Clay Breshears and Aaron Tersteeg talk to the Software Development Community about products, tools, trends, conversation, and provide support from industry experts. Learn how to best develop parallel programs and multi-threaded applications on Multi-Core and Multi-Processor platforms.
Hour one: Intel. Chris Walker, Intel's vice president and general manager of the notebook product group.
Intel is our guest today in this Intel Sponsor Hour! Each month, we have an Intel representative speaking on new Intel products, services and news stories! Today, we have Chris Walker to discuss what Intel is doing with their 6th Generation Core processor and what it will mean to you.
Hour two: Cyber Black Ops. Sean Galliher, CEO
Today we'll hear all about Fire Dragon, a Network intrusion detection system or NIDS. It's an independent platform that identifies intrusions by examining network traffic and monitors multiple hosts. NIDS gain access to network traffic by connecting to a network hub, switch configured for port mirroring or a network tap. In a NIDS, sensors are placed at choke points in the network, often in the network “demilitarized zone” or at network borders. Sensors capture all network traffic and analyze the content of individual packets for malicious traffic.