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Join The Legendary Ginger Dawn Harman as she tackles the wold of Spies and Espionage - and has lots of fun doing so.
Ginger chats about meeting Tony and Joanna Mendez - former CIA agents and shares a reading by former CIA Michael Tabman called Who Started the Fire.
With music and special effects - she rolls into a review of Gang Spies by the talented Peter St. John. A great book - great series, by the way.
And brings the show in for landing with a blast back in time -- you'll be surprised. But with Ginger Dawn -- we are always a bit taken aback.
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Chinese Espionage Not Being Taken Seriously with Frank Vernuccio is our guest on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. A recent Department of Defense report outlines China's accelerated use of illegally acquired dual-use military-related information, as well as data stolen by espionage. Despite denials by the Chinese government, United States security experts feel the threat presented by the Chinese is significant highlighting the fact that a great number of cyber-hacking originates in
Advanced persistent threats and cyber espionage are not limited to governments and policy makers. You or your company might be a target and you may not even know it. In this podcast Caleb is joined by Tom Cross from the IBM X-Force Strategy and Threat Intelligence team to discuss the basics of an APT, the motivations behind them and how you can best protect your sensitive data.
The Government,including the Obama administration,works to make reporting "illegalities,malfeasance,fraud,waste and abuse perpetrated by our own government"a crime.It seems like everyday we have less freedom and less liberty.Why is the Gov of the United States declaring war on its own citizens?What is the motive behind this assault?The Obama administration has used the "Espionage Act" of 1917 to press criminal charges in five alleged instances of national security leaks.Tha
Rayne Today has spent her career as a technology consulatant in a variety of industries.We discuss private sector security practices and the role of industrial espionage conducted by both private entities and by OECD governments.
This broadcast we look at more history of spies and intel in history because unless we get a grip on this grey world, we do NOT understand Reality NOW in the post-modern World we ALL live in.
So we'll discuss the Jesuit link and Knights of Malta short and sweeeet and it's odd tie to the novel by Alexandre Dumas, "The Count of Monte Cristo".
Learn the art of Social Espionage from the original “double-agent,” Dorothea Bozicolona-Volpe.
Join Danette Moss, Host of Let's Talk Strategies as she interviews Dorothéa Bozicolona-Volpe a strategic digital marketing executive who is fluent in 4 languages and specializes in developing business for international brands (Fortune 500) via initiating and integrating social media and digital strategies and enterprise social networking, as well as, building strategic partnerships and implementing marketing technologies.
Dorothéa teaches marketers and business leaders how to measure, optimize and build current new media efforts to increase value and develop strong relationships between brands and fans
Additionally, Dorothéa has appeared as a social media marketing strategy subject matter expert on CBS and CNN’s Ali Velshi (VEL-SHE) show.
Some of her clients include: Boy Scouts of America, Mashable, Ryan Seacrest, Ryan Seacrest Productions, Chrysler, The Weather Channel, AT&T, Georgia Tech, InterContinental Hotels Group, Mercer, Jewish Family & Career Services, Ogilvy & Mather, Reader’s Digest, Qualcomm, Turner Network Television, Coca-Cola.
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The Global Agenda, in cooperation with ICTOA Radio presents this lecture from the University of Delaware. Welcome to this installment of ICTOA RADIO WEEKEND EDITION.
Matthew M. Aid, intelligence historian and expert on the National Security Agency, discusses the forces driving America's emerging intelligence efforts focusing on Iran, North Korea and China. Aid is a regular commentator on intelligence matters for The New York Times, the Financial Times, the National Journal, the Associated Press, CBS News, National Public Radio and others. A Russian linguist, Aid is the author of Intel Wars: The Secret History of the Fight Against Terror (2012). Other books include Secret Sentry: The Untold History of the National Security Agency (2009) and Secrets of Signals Intelligence During the Cold War and Beyond (2001), which he co-edited with Cees Wiebes.
Global Agenda Speaker Series is presented by The University of Delaware’s Institute for Global Studies, the Department of Communication, the Department of Political Science and International Relations and the Center for Political Communication.
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Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff opened the U.N. General Assembly's general debate in New York Tuesday with a speech condemning a “global network of electronic espionage” -- a reference to recent allegations that the U.S. National Security Agency had intercepted her communications, hacked into the state-owned Petrobras oil company's network and spied on Brazilians over Facebook and Google.