Monday, March 28, 2022

130: Ethical Hacking with Ted Harrington



"Hacking" is a word that evokes awe from the public, laughter from developers, and pure fear from technology leaders.  But what really is hacking?  What does trust really mean and how do we acquire and keep trust on the Internet?  It turns out that, while hacking is associated with computers, the methods behind it have been around since the dawn of time.  Today we have Ted Harrington from ISE to dive deep into hacking, all the way from the medieval times to today.


00:00:15 Intro

00:01:25 Introducing Ted Harrington

00:07:10 Ethical Hackers, Non-Ethical Hackers, and Productivity

00:11:58 Starting out in Ethical Hacking/Security

00:14:40 Imposter Syndrome

00:19:34 What is Hacking?

00:30:48 Is Hacking like magic?

00:38:14 Defense in Depth

00:42:04 Earning trust and The Departed movie (Spoiler alert)

00:59:52 DEF CON® Hacking Conference

01:02:46 Tips on how not to get hacked

01:10:08 culture and opportunities

01:24:13 Farewells




Monday, March 14, 2022

129: Web 3.0 - Breaking Free from the Client-Server Model with Michelle Lee

What is Web 3.0? Guest speaker Michelle Lee, Product Lead of Protocol Labs, shares how web 3.0 will revolutionize the Internet and bring trust back into the web.


00:00:25 Introduction

00:01:36 Michelle Lee’s career 

00:03:10 What is human-computer interaction?

00:04:55 The Google Sheets user experience

00:06:19 Google Checkout, user feedback, and emails

00:10:23 Code for America

00:13:47 The real power of Open Source

00:14:14 Web 3.0

00:23:04 IPFS network accessibility

00:26:14 How does IPFS handle bogus content?

00:38:56 Network storage costs

00:43:03 Privacy and identification on IPFS

00:45:23 Content moderation from the Web 3.0 perspective

00:49:48 Audius

00:54:20 Protocol Labs and IPFS

00:55:26 Working with Protocol Labs

01:05:00 Farewells