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The place to catch all of the latest news from the tech-enterprise world, gain new insights, and stay entertained.

Back From The Future Podcast Ian Trimble and DJ Moore

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The place to catch all of the latest news from the tech-enterprise world, gain new insights, and stay entertained.

    Ep. 32 - TSMC, Amazon Sidewalk, Interview with Renee Small, Crepes, Stadia, Snagit, Dumb Smart Lights

    Ep. 32 - TSMC, Amazon Sidewalk, Interview with Renee Small, Crepes, Stadia, Snagit, Dumb Smart Lights

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    Today we’re going to discuss some new advanced chip packaging tech from TSMC and take a look at Amazon Sidewalk. Following the news we will interview Renee Small. She’s a super recruiter with a lot of insight. Ian will then tell us how to make some crepes and we will review Google Stadia and Snagit. Lastly, we leave a tip about dumb smart lights. It’s going to be a great episode, so stick around!















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    – Skip Intro Music – New Chip Packaging Tech Emerges – Amazon’s Sidewalk is Creepy – Interview: Renee Small – Iron Chef Ian: Crepes – PoTW: Google Stadia – PoTW: Snagit – Leave a Tip: Dumb Smart Lights – Special Announcements – Contact Us







    Helpful Links







    News







    * New Chip Packaging Tech Emerges* Amazon’s Sidewalk is Creepy







    Guest Interview







    * Renee Small LinkedIn* Breaking Into Cyber Security Podcast* Breaking Into Cyber Security YouTube Channel* Magnetic Hiring: Your Company’s Secret Weapon on Attracting Top Cyber Security Talent Book







    Recipe







    * Iron Chef Ian: Crepes







    Picks of the Week







    * PotW: Google Stadia* PotW: Snagit







    Leave a Tip







    * Dumb Smart Lights

    • 1 hr
    Ep. 31 - Microsoft Kerberos, GoDaddy Social Engineering, Ian Clark Interview, Turkey Sandwich, eDEX-UI, GeForce Now, and Climate CLI

    Ep. 31 - Microsoft Kerberos, GoDaddy Social Engineering, Ian Clark Interview, Turkey Sandwich, eDEX-UI, GeForce Now, and Climate CLI

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    Today we’re going to discuss some news that will interest those in Enterprise settings with Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday for November. We will also talk about how GoDaddy got socially engineered. Following the news we will hear the second part of our interview with Ian Clark and then our own Ian will tell us how to deal with all of those Thanksgiving Turkey leftovers. We will review a open-source, command line utility interface and then Ian will tell us all about his experience with NVIDIA GeForce Now. Lastly, we will look at a utility called Climate, which aims to make your Linux command line experience even better. So, grab that Pumpkin’ Spiced Latte, wrap up in a blanket, and join us for our Thanksgiving episode. Now on with the news.















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    – Skip Intro Music – Microsoft Patches Kerberos – GoDaddy Not Immune to Social Engineering – Interview: Ian Clark – Iron Chef Ian: Best Turkey Sandwich Ever – PoTW: eDEX-UI – PoTW: NVIDIA GeForce Now – Learning Linux: Climate CLI Utility – Special Announcements – Contact Us







    Helpful Links







    News







    * Microsoft Patches Kerberos* Microsoft CVE-2020-17049* GoDaddy Not Immune to Social Engineering







    Guest Interview







    * Ian Clark LinkedIn* Cyber Learning & Friends Discord Server







    Recipe







    * Iron Chef Ian: Best Turkey Sandwich Ever







    Picks of the Week







    * PotW: eDEX-UI* PotW: NVIDIA GeForce Now







    Learning Linux







    * Climate CLI Utility

    • 45 min
    Ep. 30 - Apple's M1, Ransomware on Social Media, Interview Ian Clarke, Diwali with Chicken 65, Listy, CTF Time, and Moore’s Law

    Ep. 30 - Apple's M1, Ransomware on Social Media, Interview Ian Clarke, Diwali with Chicken 65, Listy, CTF Time, and Moore’s Law

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    This week we’re going to talk about Apple’s new M1 chips and the devices they’re being slotted into. We’ll also discuss how ransomware is turning to social media to fill the coffers. After the news, we will have an interview with Ian Clarke, a young up and comer with some advice for those entering the field of cyber security. Following the interview we will honor Diwali with a Chicken 65 dish. Then we’ll look over an app called Listy and a great site to find capture the flag events for our Security Engineers. Lastly, we will discuss Moore’s Law and leave it on a cliffhanger. You’ve been warned.















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    – Skip Intro Music – Apple’s New M1 Chip – Ransomware Groups Turn to Social Media – Interview: Ian Clarke – Iron Chef Ian: Chicken 65 – PotW: Listy App (Apple App Store) – PotW: CTF Time – Engineering Explained: Moore’s Law – Special Announcements – Contact Us







    Helpful Links







    News







    * Apple’s New M1 Chip* Apple Unleashes M1* Ransomware Groups Turn to Social Media







    Guest Interview







    * Ian Clarke LinkedIn* Cyber Learning & Friends Discord Server* Chess Not Checkers: Elevate Your Leadership Game by Mark Miller (Publisher)* Chess Not Checkers: Elevate Your Leadership Game by Mark Miller (Amazon)







    Iron Chef Ian







    * Chicken 65







    Picks of the Week







    * PotW: Listy App (Apple App Store)* PotW: CTF Time







    Engineering Explained







    * Moore’s Law

    • 50 min
    Ep. 29 - Raspberry Pi 400, Holiday Pre-Orders, Jack Rhysider Interview, Peach Cobbler, Spacetime 2.0, AppShopper, and Teachable Moments

    Ep. 29 - Raspberry Pi 400, Holiday Pre-Orders, Jack Rhysider Interview, Peach Cobbler, Spacetime 2.0, AppShopper, and Teachable Moments

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    Today we’re going to discuss a few different things. For the news we will discuss the new Raspberry Pi 400 and look at a Holiday Pre-Order Round-Up just in time for the holidays. After the news we will talk to Jack Rhysider who hosts the wonderful Darknet Diaries podcast. Then, Ian will delight us all with a sweet treat and help us make some warm 5 minute peach cobbler. Following that we will look at two apps that will put you over the moon: Spacetime 2.0 and AppShopper. Bringing up the rear, we will leave a tip with Teachable Moments. Now, on to the news!















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    – Skip Intro Music – RaspberryPi 400 Keyboard – Holiday Pre-Order Round-Up – Interview: Jack Rhysider – Iron Chef Ian: 5 Minute Peach Cobbler – PotW: Spacetime 2.0 – PotW: AppShopper – Leave a Tip: Teachable Moments – Special Announcements – Contact Us







    Helpful Links







    News







    * Raspberry Pi 400 Keyboard* Holiday Pre-Order Round-Up







    IRQs







    * Jack Rhysider LinkedIn* Jack Rhysider Twitter* Darknet Diaries Podcast* Darknet Diaries Discord* Extreme Privacy: What It Takes to Disappear in America by Michael Bazzell* The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly by Seth Godin* The Social Dilemma Movie







    Iron Chef Ian







    * 5 Minute Peach Cobbler







    Picks of the Week







    * Spacetime 2.0* AppShopper







    Leave a Tip







    * Teachable Moments

    • 45 min
    Ep. 28 - Healthcare Ransomware, Ian’s iPhone, Interview Jack Rhysider, PB Cup Whiskey Martini, ThreatPursuit VM, Election Dashboard, and tldr pages

    Ep. 28 - Healthcare Ransomware, Ian’s iPhone, Interview Jack Rhysider, PB Cup Whiskey Martini, ThreatPursuit VM, Election Dashboard, and tldr pages

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    Today we’re going to discuss a ransomware threat to the healthcare sector and Ian’s take on a new iPhone he just received. We’ll then hear an awesome interview with the creator of Darknet Diaries, Jack Rhysider. Following that Ian will teach us all how to warm up this week with some Peanut Butter Cup Whiskey Martinis, we’ll review a VM for threat hunting, and discover a way to keep tabs on the upcoming 2020 Presidential election. Last, but not least, we will learn about tldr pages on Linux. It’s a new way to help yourself. All of that is coming up on this episode of the show. So, stick around!















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    – Skip Intro Music – Ransomware Coming for the Healthcare Sector – Ian Gets an iPhone – Interview: Jack Rhysider – Iron Chef Ian: Peanut Butter Cup Whiskey Martini – PoTW: ThreatPursuit VM – PoTW: 2020 US Election Dashboard – Learning Linux: tldr pages – Special Announcements – Contact Us







    Helpful Links







    News







    * Ransomware Coming for the Healthcare Sector* Joint Cyber Security Advisor* Ian Gets an iPhone







    Guest Interview







    * Jack Rhysider LinkedIn* Jack Rhysider Twitter* Darknet Diaries Podcast* Darknet Diaries Discord* Darknet Diaries EP 50: Operation Glowing Symphony







    Recipe







    * Iron Chef Ian: Peanut Butter Cup Whiskey Martini 







    Picks of the Week







    * PotW: ThreatPursuit VM: A Threat Intelligence and Hunting Virtual Machine* PotW: US Election Dashboard







    Learning Linux







    * tldr pages Official* tldr pages Online* tldr pages Github* tldr pages Shell (POSIX) Client

    • 57 min
    Ep. 27 - Google Monopoly, Win10 Oct Update, Interview Gavin Dove, Siri Shortcuts, SamsClass.Info, Windows 10, and Ray Tracing

    Ep. 27 - Google Monopoly, Win10 Oct Update, Interview Gavin Dove, Siri Shortcuts, SamsClass.Info, Windows 10, and Ray Tracing

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    This week we are going to talk about some big news for Google. They’re looking to gain some 1990s Microsoft status by dominating the search industry, according to the DOJ. We will then discuss some new features in the new Windows 10 October update. Microsoft Edge is now going to use a new back-end and it has some monopolistic undertones. After the news we will get into our interview with Gavin Dove, the CEO of Fluent. Following that, we will discuss a new recipe for Nashville Hot Chicken Tenders from Iron Chef Ian. And after that the awesome interview, we will review Siri Shortcut Catalogs, how to get Windows 10 on the cheap, and a great resource for Cyber Security professionals. Finally, we will hear a new segment called Engineering Explained and discuss Ray Tracing.















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    – Skip Intro Music – Google is the New Microsoft – Windows 10 October Update – Interview: Gavin Dove – Iron Chef Ian: Nashville Hot Chicken Tenders – PotW: Siri Shortcuts Catalog – PotW: Windows 10  – PotW: SamsClass.info – Engineering Explained: Ray Tracing – Special Announcements – Contact Us







    Helpful Links







    News







    * Google is the New Microsoft* US, et al vs. Google LLC PDF* Windows 10 October Update







    Guest Interview







    * Gavin Dove LinkedIn* Fluent* Email: Gavin (at) usefluent.co







    Recipe







    * Nashville Hot Chicken Tenders







    Picks of the Week







    * PotW: Siri Shortcuts Catalog* PotW: SamsClass.info* PotW: Windows 10







    Engineering Explained







    * Ray Tracing* nVidia’s Ray Tracing Essentials Series with Eric Haines

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