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  • 00:53

    Tim Chhim Interviews Ronnie Yimsut (in Khmer), Chairman Bakong Technical College

    in Self Help

    Timothy Chhim interviews Ronnie Yimsuth, in Khmer

    RONNIE YIMSUT is an author and activist and has been the subject of independent documentary films and reports by CBS News, NBC News, and PBS, among others. His many written works include Journey to Freedom and In the Shadow of Angkor. A senior landscape architect for the USDA Forest Service, he is also involved in national and international NGOs.



    The heart and soul of Bakong Technical College (BTC) is education and economic empowerment of local communities, specifically targeting local women through a self help and self sustainability concept. Bakong Technical College’s primary mission is to change the ‘status quo’ and alter the course of the lives and livelihood of the poorest of the poor through quality education with an innovative ‘trickle up’ process.

  • 00:43


    in Entertainment


    Patricia has embraced life and all the challenges it offers.

    She is an accomplished International Contemporary Artist and Author of Karmic Alibi a recent finalist in the 2014 USA Book News Awards. Patricia is a Certified Meditation Specialist/Facilitator completing her Certification in Applied Mindfulness,

    Transformative Mindfulness and Mindfulness without Borders from the Dept. of Social Work at the University of Toronto. She has had an extensive career in Banking and

    Finance, a Small Business Entrepreneur in Property Management, Retirement Homes and Medical office management. She is a motivational and business Coach/consultant and Mentor. Patricia is a Feng Shui Level 3 Consultant and Reiki Master.

    Along with her passion for learning, Patricia has been a dedicated community Volunteer. She is Co-founder of the Colours of Freedom Foundation supporting Children's Peace Initiatives. She holds Advisory positions in several organizations and foundations.

    Patricia is a member of the Ontario Cabinet for the Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Over the years she has been nominated for a variety of awards and recognitions including Woman of the Year, YMCA Peace Medal and recipient of the

    Award of Excellence by the Toronto Women's Expo. She is an Ambassador to Friends to

    Mankind and the creative force behind the Pagoda Thmey school and orphanage in Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

    In October 2013, Patricia was recognized by the prestigious Order of St. George and was Knighted as a Dame of the Order. She is an Advisor to the Niagara command.

  • 00:18

    Methods for Extending Visibility to Servers to Detect APT and Insider Abuse

    in Technology

    Security and Information Event Managers (SIEM) tools rely heavily on perimeter security logs, like those from firewalls, IPS and router NetFlow, The sharing of these logs with SIEMs have been very successful in identifying sophisticated external attacks in very early stages.  Now, for most organizations, the most severe data breaches are coming from privileged insiders or from Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) that imitate the privileged user.  In this podcast Caleb talks with experts from Vormetric to explore if it is possible to use the tried and true SIEM and anomaly detection techniques with file system level log information to detect and identify APT and Insider abuse.

  • 00:25

    If everything is about the data, doesn't it make sense to protect it?

    in Technology

    Learn of the increased focus placed on data security, compliance, and privacy to deal with the constant threats to enterprises, and how a leading industry actor effectively makes data protection possible in their growing diverse IT ecosystem. As company's environments become more open and complex, sensitive data can be found not only on internal databases, but also in datawarehouses, Big Data (Hadoop or NoSQL) platforms, and file systems including those outsourced and in the Cloud.  We will be discussing best practices approaches (like data activity monitoring and SIEM) to make data protection and regulation compliance a reality for the organization, while keeping costs down in an ever growing and changing IT deployment.

  • 00:35

    PCI: Comply to Survive; Exceed to Prosper

    in Technology

    It's all mandatory. Nothing is voluntary. The rule is if you store, process, or transmit credit card data you must be compliant with the PCI standards. And that's a global rule.

    In this podcast, security experts will engage in a lively discussion about PCI Compliance and how the planned publication date of PCI DSS and PA DSS version 3.0 will effect security teams within organizations.  Join us to better understand what incremental requirements are included, when your organization must adopt them.

    The PCI security standard dates back to mid 2005 when the major payment card brands came together to require organizations processing credit or debit cards transactions to make improvements to their IT security systems or face severe penalties if their failure to do so resulted in a network security breach and cardholder data loss. Yet to this day, payment card data is still the number one target of attackers and the universal currency of the cybercrime marketplace, leading to numerous questions and issues about the  effectiveness of PCI. Don't miss what's sure to be an insightful look back and prognostication of what's ahead for payment card industry participants within today's network environments as we witness the meteoric acceptance of mobile devices and social media technologies.

    Download the new whitepaper "Exceeding PCI compliance requirements" here https://www.ibm.com/services/forms/signup.do?source=swg-WW_Security_Organic&S_PKG=ov18649 

    Also covered in this podcast:

    POS, Payment Card Data, PCI DSS 3.0, ibm, security, x-force, qradar, security intelligence, siem, identity and access management, infosphere, guardium, websphere, datapower, key lifecycle manager, vulnerability manager, endpoint manager, intrusion

  • 00:38

    2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing

    in Technology

    In this podcast we review the newly published Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing (AST) with our subject matter expert Diana R. Kelley (Application Security Strategist, IBM Security Systems). The live discussion will cover the value for customer using this new combined SAST and DAST MQ report, how and when security as a service can be used in your enterprise, insights on IBM's support for iOS application testing as well as what's next within the application security world. Don't miss it, join us!
    You can download your own copy of the Gartner Magic Quadrant using this link:   http://ibm.co/193z06u 
    Podcast topics include: static testing, dynamic testing, web application scanning, manual penetrtion testing, code review, bytecode analysis, iOS and Android application security, application security testing as a service, SaaS, Veracode, WhiteHat, HP, securing the SDLC, SQLi, XSS, security intelligence, integrated security, web application firewalls, database access management, SIEM.

  • 01:01

    New Pathway To Healing: An Interview With David Ault

    in Spirituality

    For nearly 30 years David has traveled the world as a New Thought musician, keynote speaker & workshop facilitator.
    His focus on remembering the Divine within and reclaiming that connection has empowered hundreds of thousands on their spiritual journey.
    The union of David's charismatic message & heartfelt singing has elevated him to keynote speaker of choice in many nationwide churches, centers and global organizations.
    Throughout the 1980's, David, along with the late Jerry Florence and Keith Kimberlin made their mark in New Thought history by helping pioneer an unexplored musical genre — "visionary vocal/positive music." The trio, known as Alliance, became trailblazers when introducing original music specifically designed to support the metaphysical teachings that life reflects our thoughts. 
    David continued this musical path as a solo artist, releasing one critically acclaimed recording after another including The Healing Bridge, Travelin' With The Angels, All Is Calm, All Is Bright, And Then It Is Morning, One With The World, and Worthy Shoes.
    David has served as senior minister for Spiritual Living Center of Atlanta, GA. since 2010.
    Through his stateside non-profit, Khmer Child Foundation, David has established an ongoing fresh water well building facilitation project in the Siem Reap area of Cambodia, as well as created a non-government regulated school that provides free education, medical/hygiene assistance, agricultural and life skills training, all against the odds of poverty and bureaucratic restriction. The school, named Future Khmer Child, currently supports nearly 200 children. 
    As a respected teacher, writer and columnist, David is the author of the bestseller, Where Regret Cannot Find Me and the upcoming The Grass Is Greener Right Here.

  • 00:45

    Interview With The Creators of NGO Insider

    in Lifestyle

    For a Summary of the Show and a VIDEO Sneak Peak of the LIVE interview from Siem Reap, Cambodia, go to:
    Freedompreneur Fridays are set for you to explore how you can experience more freedom in your life.  From simple excursions around your home town to adventures across the world and all the way back to your living room, freedom is experienced in many ways.
    Knowing what freedom is to us will help us to have that Freedom yet in order to understand what it is that we want, we need to know a few options and THAT is why WE are here!
    Listen to stories from our freedom focused life and hear from the clandestine HEROES that we have met along the way, the explorers of the world who have pushe the limits of freedom and are determined to share those finidings with others!
    Thomas is a phenomenal example of living and giving as a freedompreneur and he actually embodies one of our main values, Living IS Giving!  He has created a platform for NGO information to be artistically shares so that causes and issues can be brought to light with beauty for the sake of awareness.  
    We will discuss some key "filosophical freedompreneur" topics and interview about how Thomas came to be an English teacher with an NGO website living in the lovely Siem Reap!

  • 00:38

    Application + Threat + Security intelligence = Priceless

    in Technology

    Caleb talks with Larry Gerard about how Application Security, Threat Management and Security Intelligence solutions can work together to provide an enhanced level of  protection for your application project from development thru production.

  • 01:33

    Healing with the Rainbow Rays--guest Lauren Galey

    in Spirituality

    Alijandra welcomes back Lauren Ellis Galey, Founder of AcousticHealth.com & Online Healing Retreats, Producer of Music From the Universe, Healing Conversations & Healing Meditation Series.

    A veteran international television and radio news reporter & anchor, Lauren has travelled to far flung places on earth including the ancient temples of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia, the Golden Triangle of Laos, Thailand, and Burma, Bali, Indonesia,the Nan Madol Ruins of Pohnpei, Micronesia, the mystical islands of Palau and the Lemurian Colony of Peru. A graduate of the University of Colorado-Boulder with a broadcast journalism degree, Lauren's work as a journalist introduced her to many cultures East and West, as well as alternatives to medicines, spiritual practices and lifestyles.
    A spiritualist who believes humanity is awakening to their own inner powers, Lauren also hosts the radio show Healing Conversations and produces an on-going series of Meditations and Online Healing Retreats.

  • 01:31

    Grilliant Ideas Radio- The Bad Boyz of Foodie Radio

    in Cooking

    Join The Fun with Us On Saturdays... It's all about Food, Entertainment, and whatever else we want to do!
    Our First Guest Chef Terence Braxton. The At Home Gourmet Kitchen Owner, Culinary Director and Cooking Instructor; graduate of the American Culinary Federation’s approved Chef’s Apprenticeship Program He has worked and trained with many prominent chefs and other food service personnel. Chef Braxton has worked for companies that range from fine dining establishments such as world renowned The Inn at Little Washington, near our nation’s capital to corporate cafeterias and retail enterprises which include the Marshall Field’s stores in Chicago and Sysco Foodservices of Central California.
    Our second guests are the good folks from Prohibition Bakery.
    Brooke Siem is a classically trained chef who has worked in some of the most highly regarded kitchens in New York City.
    Leslie Feinberg is a lifelong baker and long-time bartender who has gotten many highly regarded New Yorkers extremely drunk.
    Together they are Prohibition Bakery. New York City’s original alcoholic cupcake company. www.ProhibitionBakery.com
    Our final guest is our Good Friend Joelle Maddyson! Joelle is a fantastic singer that was on our show before and we wanted to see what's going on new in her life. She has new music to share and we will be catching up with one of our favorites! www.onesheet.com/joellemaddyson